Sambar is very popular in South India and indispensable dish for meals, Idlis and dosas. Vegetable Sambar is a healthy side dish; prepared with lentils and vegetables in a flavorful spicy gravy with homemade Sambar powder.
Mathanga Aval Payasam is a sweet dessert, with the goodness of golden Pumpkin and flattened Rice flakes in creamy, Jaggery treacle. This simple, original recipe is a delightful sweet dish for Sadhya and other festival occasions.
Sambar powder recipe helps you to make flavorful Sambar powder at home. Selected spices are roasted and ground to make fresh and aromatic Sambar powder to make your Sambar delicious and enticing.
Achinga Payar Mezhukkupuratti/ Long Beans stir fry is a great side dish for rice. Mezhukkupuratti is a Kerala style preparartion; vegetables are roasted on slow fire. Fried coconut strips render a delicious nutty flavor to this dish.
Vellarikka Pachadi is a traditional Sadya dish in Kerala. It is a very refreshing and delicious dish with simple ingredients. Vellarikka is very rich in vitamins and minerals and also helps to keep the body hydrated, cool and healthy in summer.
This extremely delicious and spicy Kadumanga Achar is an integral part of Kerala sadya. Prepared with simple ingredients, this instant Mango Pickle with crunchy and tangy mango pieces, is a classic combination with rice, Kanji and curd rice.
Parippu Curry / Dal curry is a delicious and significant dish for Onam or any Kerala Sadhya, enjoyed during festive Occasions. Nadan Parippu Curry is made with Mung Beans lentils and mildly spiced ground coconut and served with ghee and papad.
Avial is a traditional South Indian specialty dish, a delicious mix of vegetables cooked in a mildly spiced, ground coconut and curd gravy, seasoned with coconut oil. Kerala Avial is an indispensable dish for Sadhyas in Kerala, during festive occasions!
Special Inji Curry is an enhanced version of the traditional Kerala Inji Curry or Ginger Pickle served during Sadhyas. Inji curry is also known as Puli Inji or Inji Puli and is prepared with Ginger, Tamarind and Jaggery, giving It a sweet and tangy flavor.
Parippu Pradhaman/ Parippu Payasam is a classic Kerala dessert made with Mung Beans lentils, Jaggery and coconut milk. It is served during Kerala Sadya; a grand vegetarian feast on Banana leaves with varieties of Payasam/ Pradhaman.