Category: Sadhya

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Unniyappam

  Unniyappam is a popular snack in Kerala and is usually made using rice flour, jaggery and banana. They are usually offered as prasadam at Ganapathy temples. You need a special mould(unniappa chatti) to make these round-shaped unniyappams. Here is...

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Vishu Kani And Our Sadya Vibhavangal

 Wishing you all a very Happy and Prosperous Vishu!!!                  We had planned for an elaborate write-up about Vishu, Kerala Sadya and to post all the Sadya dishes before Vishu but somehow it...

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Kalan – Kerala Sadya Special

     There are many different varieties of yoghurt based dishes in Kerala like moru curry(seasoned with ginger and garlic) , pulliseri and kalan. Some varieties of pulliseri  are made using fruits, namely mambazha pulliseri, pineapple pulliseri,  ripe plantain/ethapazham pulliseri etc....

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Sambar – Sadhya Special

    Idli/ sambar breakfast combo, is a hot favorite of not only South Indians but also of people from other parts of India and even foreigners. My mother always made idli and chutney, sambar was made occasionally, mostly during festivals,...

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Aviyal

      There is no sadya without aviyal. Aviyal is a mixture of vegetables, coconut, souring agents such as mangoes, tamarind extract or curd, seasoned with coconut oil and curry leaves. It is very healthy and nutritious since it contains...

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Mambazha Pulliseri

Ingredients Ripe Mango – 1, sliced (Naattu manga is preferred but I used the ones available here. You can either keep or peel off the skin. If you are using naattu manga, peel off its skin) Green chilies – 2...

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Sweet Boli

             Sweet boli is one of the traditional sweet served with payasam in South Indian weddings. I love boli even without payasam and used to buy from the store. Once I saw Lakshmi Nair’s recipe, I just wanted to try...