Sadya Recipes – Happy Vishu!

53 Responses

  1. omg wat a yummy sadya am in love with it n the wonderful yummy collection.

  2. Priya says:

    Omg, wat a spread, Happy onam wishes to u..

  3. Suja says:

    Beautiful spread,ellam adipoli aayitundu,Happy Onam..

  4. Sayantani says:

    what a spread…all my fav recipes at one place.

  5. Prathima Rao says:

    OMG!! What an awesome, super delicious collection of onam recipes!! Happy onam dear..:)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

  6. Aarthi says:

    wow…you have lots of collections…

  7. Super spread…Happy Onam dear..

  8. ellam kudi kandittu kothi akunnutto

  9. Nitha says:

    Happy Onam dear….

  10. Anonymous says:

    done a very good job…..thanks for all the recipes ………….thanks a ton

  11. Anonymous says:

    What a spread and good to have all the recipies under one roof?I never had a opportunity to have a onam sadhya… hope to learn and make one soon or later..:)
    christy

  12. San says:

    My stomach is growling on seeing the banana leaf, not just that but the delicious food on that :D Happy onam to you!

    San

  13. Vidhya says:

    Lovely spread.I made your banana chips sweet and salty and Pavakka Pachadi.Thank you girls.Wish you and your families a wonderful Onam.

  14. Yummy Team says:

    Thank You All for your lovely words..

    @ Vidya,

    Happy Onam to you and your family!! Thanks for trying those recipes from our space.

    @ A Hundred Hands,

    Thanks a bunch for linking to us. Happy Onam to you too!!

  15. OMG !! supreb collection of Onam recipes…Too good.
    I have tagged you in a game so please visit my blog and accept it

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

  16. Anonymous says:

    For this Onam, I just followed your instructions for all the recipes and they were a big hit. Thanks a lot for the wonderful recipes. Happy Onam!!!

    Deepa

  17. shaini says:

    Hi first of all let me wish you a happy onam…We celebrated onam today in US as its a weekend and most of our friends were able to make it…I tried most of the recipes from your food blog….and have to say it turned out simply superb…Always keep posting and many thanks.

    shaini

  18. Yummy Team says:

    Deepa and Shaini,

    Thanks for the Onam wishes and for your feedback!! Really happy to know that all the recipes turned out well. Please keep visiting..

  19. Kalyan says:

    lovely recipes for this lovely festival…looks delicious!

  20. Anonymous says:

    Great recipes.. Tried out most of them and it turned out great :)

    Su

  21. Yummy Team says:

    Su,

    Thanks a lot for trying and letting me know :) Glad that the recipes turned out great..

  22. Rusheeda says:

    Hi Yummy Team,
    I wasn’t able to write 2 u for a long time due to my busy office schedule and as my ill health in between. Anyways, good to see many new updates in ur site.

    And like last Onam, this time too, I blindly followed ur Onam recipes. The result as usual was amazing… Thanks to both of u :-)

    Will keep in touch. Best wishes!

  23. Yummy Team says:

    Welcome back Rusheeda :) Hope you are in good health now. Thanks a lot for sharing your feedback here in spite of your busy schedule. Really happy to know that the onam recipes turned well…Please keep visiting whenever you have time..Take Care.

  24. Anonymous says:

    Hi,

    Thanks so much for the effort behind this wonderful blog. It really helped people like me, who never bothered to learn cooking from amma.I prepared the vishu sadya following ur recipes and as expected it came out so well.
    Thanks again.

    wishing u a prosperous year ahead

    Aparna

  25. Raeshma J. says:

    Shared this on Facebook. Good job! Will be trying a few…

  26. Anonymous says:

    Hi
    I made a sadya for the first time and it came out authentic and wonderful. Thanks a lot I feel ths is gold mine of recipes!!

  27. Anonymous says:

    I followed ur recipes for onam and all the dishes came out so well . It was a life saver that too when you cook alone without amma, ammayi and ammoomma( the list can go on).Tnanks to u guys for a such a wonderful site.

  28. raeshma says:

    I had to return to leave a comment. I tried several dishes and they came out fantastic! Like somebody else said, I think I hit a gold mine too.

  29. Teena Mary says:

    OMG! That is a fabulous collection of recipes!!! Everything is looking absolutely delicious Maya! Bookmarked to prepare 2013 Onam Sadya referring this post :)

  30. DANISH MV says:

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  31. DANISH MV says:

    HI

    I had tested your all most all dishes and its came success to me thanks a lot Maya for your valuable blog ………Most i liked kalan my fav…thanks a lot again for a wonderful blog

    Dhanishmv@gmail.com

  32. EJ says:

    I really like your presentations. I made a few dishes which came out well. The Urulies, chatties, bharanies, etc are they available in USA. I would like to buy few of those if you can guide me where those are available.

  33. sathish says:

    Really this is grate job….from this generation peoples(girls) don’t like to entry of the kitchen….hands off to you….your site is more help full for me…bcz of self cooking…
    .thank you….

  34. Prasad says:

    Great Onam Sadhya vibhavangal.

    Happy onam wishes
    prasad

  35. Winny says:

    Wow…just love your blog…. esp this post ….for a non-malayalee…..these recipes are a bonus…..thank you…I’m going to try and let you know how they turn out

  36. priya venugopal says:

    thanks u for this wounderful onam sadhya vibhavangal…….. happy onam

  37. Evemer says:

    I prepared sadya for the first time and it came out really well. A very big thanks to you maya for your fab recipes.

  38. Revu says:

    Hi Maya,
    Thank you so much for you recipes. I’m so grateul to you.
    I have been following your sadya recipes for the last 2 years and they have all turned out really good. Every time I have to make a sadya for onam, vishu, and some other occasions, I always return to this blog to check the recipes. This onam I tried vada koottucurry for the first time and came out awesome.
    Once again thankyou and keep up the great (yummy) work. :-)

  39. Inns says:

    Hands down the best recipes are here for anyone who wants to make an authentic and delish Kerala sadya. Inji pulli, vada kootucurry, naranga curry, mambazha pullissery, boli are some of the things i tried out from here and they were all Finger lickin’ good!!!!

  40. meenal nair says:

    Thank you so much. Ur recipes helped a lot for my 1st sadya. I never thought I cud make a sadya widout ny guidance. Ur recipes helped me a lot. A person who has never cooked in her life can become a gud chef wid your receipe. Thanks again.

  41. Tyanajones says:

    Awesome Mouth Watering !!!!!Post .

  42. Varghese Gregory says:

    Dear Maya,

    You made me nostalgic ,a good variety traditional kerala food items in front of me I feel it very tasty and want to have all of these now in this desert of Saudi Arabia.

    Any way I will be on vacation next month for Christmas and decided to enjoy all those you served in front of me.

    Thank You very much I appreciate your talent.
    God Bless You

    Varghese Gregory

  43. gayathri says:

    vishu aashamsakal-to you and your family. sadya pic looks so yummy. do we get kani konna here in seattle by any chance?

  44. Rani Vijoo says:

    Hi..Maya…wonderful presentations…really tempting sadya dishes…Great Job :-)

  45. Varghese Gregory says:

    Dear Maya,

    All your dishes are mouth-watering,I feel nostalgic and long go back to Kerala and get settled upon “tasting” your dishes prepared on Vishu.

    In this desert of Saudi Arabia I cannot dream of such a “Sadya”.

    You are blessed with talent .God Bless You.

  46. Radhakrishnan vellanchary says:

    Thank you very much for the well done job. God bless you. I learned a lot of ideas from your wonderful Recipes.
    Best regards

  1. May 29, 2014

    […] While I am by no means an expert on Sadya, it is almost always vegetarian.  The dishes vary in scope and texture, but almost all of them are rich in spices and rely heavily on local ingredients.  Coconut, lentils & jackfruit were used in abundance for our meals, but a variety of fruits, vegetables and spices really made sure that every part of the pallet was satisfied. For a great breakdown of Sadya recipes along with the names of all of the traditional dishes, click here. […]

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