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Buttercup squash and Green lentil made into a Kerala style Pulissery, that can be served as a soup too… One of the popular vegetarian dishes in Kerala is pulissery, this can be made with a variety of vegetables and fruits like mangoes, pineapple, tomatoes, pumpkin, cucumber etc etc. The veggies or fruits are first cooked till tender, ground coconut is added...

Tomatoes cooked in coconut and yogurt gravy, simple and comforting Kerala veggie dish… I’d already posted the recipes for making 4 types of pulissery: Pumpkin, Cucumber, Mango and Pineapple. Now, it’s obvious that pulissery can be made with so many ingredients. My most favorite among these is Mango pulissery, the sweetness from the ripe mangoes...

Pineapple, yogurt and coconut in harmony… This is one of the side dishes served with Sadya. There are a few other pulisseries as well like beetroot, cucumber and ripe mango. The preparation for all these are almost the same, only the main ingredient changes. My favorite among these is mango pulissery and my second favorite is this pineapple pulissery. The sweetness...

Sadya without pulissery, are you kidding me??? Pulissery is such a versatile dish as this can be made with different kinds of veggies and fruits . Veggies like cucumber, pumpkin, tomatoes can be used. Or can be made with ripe fruits like pineapple, mango, plantain etc. My favorite is mango pulissery, the sweetness from the mango, the sourness of the yogurt and the...

Sadya is not the name of one dish, it’s a grant feast involving many vegetarian dishes served on a banana leaf. It is the popular vegetarian meal of Kerala served during festivals and special occasions. Having born and brought up in Kerala aka God’s Own Country, I had the opportunity to taste most of the Kerala delicacies. In Kerala, there are 14 districts,...