This year Onam will be celebrated from August 25, 2018. Celebrated in Kerala as a 10-day festival of which the last 4 days are the most important. As with all Indian festivals, Onam is celebrated with a traditional meal called Onam Sadya or Onasadya. Here are a few Onam Sadya recipes thatRead the Recipe
When the came across this recipe for Mango Pachadi in Coconut Milk in a collection of recipes for Onam Sadya, I was intrigued at the flavours it combined. Fortunately for me, unripe mangoes are available in plentiful in Mumbai though it is already September and so here I come presentingRead the Recipe
Amla or the Indian Gooseberry is a rich source of Vitamin C. Called Usirikaya in Telugu and Nellikai in Tamil, this tart fruit can be quite a challenge to eat by itself.
A great way of including Amla in one’s diet is to make this Nellikai Thayir Pachadi (Usirikaya Perugu Pachadi or Amla Raita).
Believe you me, it is delicious and will help you get your more than your daily dose of Vitamin C and some Vit A and E also.Read the Recipe
This recipe for Green Papaya Avial Kootan makes its way to the blog courtesy my colleague, Srividya K. Another colleague got Paccha Papaya Thoran for lunch and the conversation turned to the uses of unripe Papaya. Srividya mentioned making Avial with it and so here I come with the recipe.Read the Recipe
I have been meaning to post the recipe for Idiyappam for the longest time, but it was always on the back burner. This week’s Foodie Monday Blog Hop theme of Steamed Dishes came as the perfect vehicle for me to post this recipe. In addition, because I am trying to incorporate milletsRead the Recipe
In most South Indian festivals, there is always a Dal that is served as a part of the meal. In Andhra, it is plain boiled Tuvar Dal or Mudda Pappu. In Kerala, it is the Kerala Parippu Curry which is an integral part of Onam Sadya. This is a super simple dish made with boiledRead the Recipe