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 boiledContinue reading
Onam Sadya is the traditional festive meal served on Onam. It is replete with goodies like Erissery, Olan, Kalan, Puli Inji, Unniyappam, Ada Pradhaman, Palada Pradhaman, and much more. One of the simplest dishes to be found on this menu is Inji Thayir. This dish is essentially Yogurt with Grated Ginger, Chopped Green Chillies,Continue reading
So far the only cooking I have done with Pineapple was Pineapple Kesari or Pineapple Sheera. When I posted that recipe on one of the many Facebook food groups that I am a part of, one of the moderators mentioned Pineapple Curry and I have been to meaning to tryContinue reading
Ada Pradhaman – Onam Special Recipe from Kerala
An absolutely delicious kheer made with steamed rice flakes, coconut milk, and jaggery that is a must for the Sadya at Onam and Vishu.Continue reading
Palada Pradhaman is a delicious traditional kheer (milk pudding) made with ada or steamed rice flour flakes.
This time around, I even made the Ada at home.Continue reading
Ela Ada or Elai Adai – Onam Sadya Special Recipe from Kerala
Rice flour dumplings with a coconut-jaggery-banana filling wrapped in banana leaves and steamed.
Ela Ada (or Elai Adai in Tamil) are traditionally eaten for breakfast or then as a tea-time snack.Continue reading