Traditional Kerala sauce taken along with rice and curry
Made of banana and dates, this dish is easy to make and can be served as a light snack.
Heat the pan, pour oil and put the onions to it. When it turns golden brown add chilly and ginger. Add the rest of the masalas one by one stirring continuously.
Fry the small cut onions in oil. Add the green chilies and ginger paste. Fry till the color changes to golden and then add the masalas one by one.
Knead the dough as for chapatti. Make the chapattis in the size and shape of the pan used for baking. This will be sufficient to make 8 chapattis
A spicy snack made with egg, it can be prepared with ease in few minutes.
Cut onions, green chilies, ginger and curry leaves finely and add the flours. To this add the red chilly powder, salt and asafetida and mix well with the hand.
Grind the rice adding water in a grinder adding salt and with this soak the rice powder as for pittu…This is the most common dish prepared for Eid in south India
Roast the cashews in ghee. Remove it from fire and roast the avil on small fire till it becomes crispy. Mix the bananas and grinded jaggery in milk. Do not add water. Pour the mixture into a glass. On top put the avil and decorate with cashews.
The poor man’s snack, paripu vada is a quick solution for immediate snacks. It is normally served along with tea as an evening snack.