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
Onam Recipes : Kerala Sambar / Mixed vegetable sambar ￼- Another Onam Sadya recipe, serve with red rice and banana chips for Kerala food heaven!
￼ 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.
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.
￼ Recipe for Curried Black eyed peas salad with Zucchini [vegan] [gluten free] A delicious, colourful salad that you can easily have for lunch!
Recipe for quick and easy 15 minute cauliflower egg fried ‘rice’ -at 171 calories. So delicious you won’t miss the rice. Makes an excellent fast day recipe for those on the 5-2 diet.
A bowl of oats and vegetables, topped with cheese and breadcrumbs, baked until golden, and perfect for a healthy one pot dinner. Bake in smaller portions for breakfast!
A vegetarian version of this South East Asain Green Papaya / Raw Papaya Salad – a bowlful of this for a summer lunch is just perfect! A lip-smacking dressing makes sure there are no leftovers.
Recipe for a colourful Arugula / Rocket and Bell Pepper Super Salad
A flavourful way to consume a ton of vegetables with a delicious green sour cream dressing. This is one salad you must try!
This Tamil Brahmin / South Indian style Sweet Potato curry is a simple accompaniment to sambar and rice or rasam and rice. An easy beginner friendly way to prepare sweet potatoes, great for toddlers too!
A summer special, vegetable aval (poha) upma, has your favourite vegetables sautéed along with poha and a healthy dose of raw veggies to top it. A filling breakfast that doesn’t weigh you down!