I’m very excited to share this post with you. The reasons are twofold – one, I never thought, I could make banana chips at home. I always thought it’s too complicated and time consuming. Well,I admit, it’s a bit time consuming and complicated – no way! But the excitement is mainly because of the second […]
Wishing you a Happy Onam...
It will be really difficult to come across a Malayali (Malayalee) who doesn't celebrate Onam. Onam is celebrated widely in Kerala, irrespective of religion.
I’m sure every Malayali has a fav Onam memory from their childhood. The “Sadya” (Sadhya) made during Onam season is a feast fit for a king! Onam season is a good time to visit Kerala, it will be a treat for your eyes and also for your taste buds.
Though i don't make a full fledged sadya, I try to make a mini sadya every year for Onam. You can see the Sadya recipes under this category.
This parippu (dal) curry is a typical Kerala dish. It’s one of the main dishes of Onasadhya as well. We call it “parippu chaaru” at home. If there is parippu chaaru, ghee and pappad, it’s almost like a mini sadya for me. I just love the smell of ghee drizzled over parippu, it increases my […]
If you are a regular visitor here, you should know that I’ve a soft corner for curries with roasted coconut gravy. You can see a big list of such recipes here like this Ulli Theeyal, Pavakka Theeyal, Varutharacha Beef Curry, Varutharacha Meen Curry, Spicy Mutton Curry, Malabar Chicken Curry, Crab Roast and Pork Roast. See, […]
Onam is almost here! So, how’s your Onam preps going? Planning to make a full fledged Sadya? Now, tell me… what’s your fav item on Sadya? Is it one of the curries or Payasam or you look forward to the whole experience of having a full fledged traditional sadya with your loved ones? Whatever be […]