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Neyyappam Recipe

A very popular snack of Kerala, Neyyapam is prepared by blending soaked raw rice with water, jaggery, and banana. Fried in clarified butter, it makes an apt inclusion into Vishu festivities. Ingredients Raw rice...

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Pal Payasam Recipe

Pal Payasam is yet another tasty kheer recipe that is easy to be made. Prepared by simmering broken rice in milk and flavored with cardamom powder, this is one of the authentic Kerala recipes...

Palada Pradhaman 0

Pal Ada Prathaman Recipe

No sadya is complete without pradhaman and Pal Ada is the easiest among all. Now that you get instant packets in the market, you just need to simmer the ada in the milk and...

Parippu Pradhaman 0

Cheru Parippu Pradhaman Recipe

Thoroughly cooked split green grams are simmered thoroughly in melted jaggery before adding coconut milk. Add a pinch of dry ginger powder and cardamom powder to the dessert just after you switch it off....

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Mango Pickle Recipe

Freshly made from raw mangoes and spiced with red chili powder and asafetida, Mango pickle is a fabulous must try Vishu recipe. Ingredients Raw mango – 2, peel roughly removed Red chili powder –...

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Avial Recipe

Avial or aviyal is a traditional dish in Kerala. Prepared with mixed vegetables and flavored with a subtly spicy blend of coconut and green chilies, this is a very tasty and healthy recipe apt...

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Sambar Recipe

Sambar is an inevitable element when it comes to any Sadya. There are two versions of Sambar you can serve. While one uses a mixture coconut ground smoothly with roasted coriander seeds, red chilies,...

Chakka Puzhukku 0

Chakka Puzhukku Recipe

Jackfruit is in season and is placed as a part of Vishu kani. Most of the time, the same fruit is used for preparing this delicacy. Ingredients Semi-ripe jackfruit – 3 cups, cut into...

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Mambazha Pulissery Recipe

Mambazha Pulissery is an authentic Kerala recipe which brings to you a festival of flavors. Just serve it hot along with chakka puzhukku, freshly cut mango pickle, and pappadom and rice…. Wow! Lip smacking…...

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Vishu Kanji Recipe

Vishu Kanji is an indispensible element of Vishu feast. Most of the time, people mix in coconut milk to the cooked kanji before serving to spice up its flavor. If you’re planning to prepare...