A festive tea cake with flavours of saffron and kewra (screwpine) – goes wonderfully with a cup of coffee and tea. No eggs used.
This Persian inspired Saffron Rice studded with lightly sautéed dried fruits and nuts is a showstopper of a dish, perfect for any festive occasion.
This 4 ingredient dessert from Bengal is sure to have you licking the spoon this festive season. Super easy to prepare, this dessert is a must try!
This Kesar Badam Kheer with pumpkin is my Mum’s super hit recipe. It is creamy and thick, with the flavour of saffron lingering on your tastebuds making you crave for more!
￼ Recipe for Maharashtrian Kande Pohe / Kanda Poha – a light breakfast or anytime meal prepared in the traditional Maharashtrian style, using beaten rice, onions and peanuts. One of my all time FAVOURITES!
￼Recipe for the vegan Tomato Omelette from Udupi Hotels in Bombay | Vegan Chickpea flour and tomato pancakes | Besanache Dhirde ￼- A healthy all-day-breakfast recipe for you to try!
￼ Recipe for Kerala Beetroot Pachadi | Onam recipe for Beet Pachadi | Beets with coconut and yogurt
Recipe for Ash gourd pulissery – Onam Sadya recipe | Moru Curry | White pumpkin and yogurt curry – Pulissery is a stew made using yogurt and spice-coconut paste, and a part of the Onam Sadya menu.
￼ Recipe for Kerala Parippu Curry | Yellow moong dal with coconut | Onam Parippu recipe – One recipe that is a MUST have in an Onam Sadya, a simple flavourful moong dal recipe
￼ Recipe for Kerala Style Plantain Stir Fry | Raw Banana Stir Fry | Kaya Mezhukkupuratti | Vazhakka Mezhukkupuratti ￼ – a most delicious preparation using raw bananas, a must have in the Onam Sadya spread.
Recipe for Puli Inji – a condiment prepared using ginger and tamarind as the main ingredients, a mainstay of Onam Sadya | Ginger and Tamarind Chutney ￼ that tastes sensational with the simple curd rice!
This cabbage thoran, thanks to the flavours of shallots and cumin seeds, and the fragrance from fresh coconut, is an effortless way to make cabbage taste good.