PREPARATION Sadhya, the traditional feast of Kerala is served with varities of side dishes comprising many main veggies which are nutritious and tasty. I feel so proud each time I post recipes like this. You might be thinking why, right??? Our forefathers were very advanced and knwoledgable about health when science was developing and health […]View Recipe
PREPARATION Another Onam is nearing and we Keralites, irrespective of caste, creed and religion celebrate this festival with much fervor and enthusiasm. A long festival where celebrations last for almost two weeks starting from Atham. Prayers, floral designs, songs, folk dances, folklores and feasts are the main highlights of this festival. The feast on the […]View Recipe
PREPARATION If pakoras and bhajjiyas along with over brewed sweet chai are synonymous with the rains, so is khichdi. After all, what can be more comforting on a grey, wet day than a basic one-pot meal of rice and lentils cooked together with a fistful of spices tempered in ghee, “pure and desi”, solid and […]View Recipe
PREPARATION In continuation with the Sadya saga, today I’m sharing with you all another main side dish of Sadya, Erissery. This dish is wedded by the beautiful concoction of pumpkin and brown peas. The sweetness and softness of the pumpkin, the crunchiness and creaminess of the brown peas, when united in the presence of the […]View Recipe
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