Oottupura for Sunday 11th July
A popular, improved red-rice variety grown in the Palakkad district , Kerala . This rice is paired best with curries and enhances the meal experience.
Freshly ground sambar powder and roasted coconut are used in this distinctive Kerala-style sambar
Pineapple pullisherry (contains dairy- yoghurt)
This pullisherry is universally loved for its balanced sweet and sour flavors.
Avial – (contains dairy-yoghurt)
No sadya is complete without this medley of vegetables and coconut mix.
Beans Carrot Thoran
A simple stir fry in a Kerala style preparation and seasoning using fresh farm vegetables.
Raw papaya Erissery
A traditional dish made with raw papaya and two textures of coconut . You cannot miss this one.
Mulakku chuttaracha Pacha Manga Chammandi
Roasted chillies, raw mango and some fresh coconut to make the most amazing Chammandi to go in combination with the meal.
Comforting and homey Rasam. Tastes delicious and the perfect one while the season changes.
Traditional urad dal pappadams sourced from Guruvayur. No meal is complete without pappadam.
Ada Pradaman (contains dairy- ghee)
The Ada is a rice flour batter rolled out on banana leaf like pasta, steamed and then cut into squares. This payasam is made with Marayoor jaggery and freshly extracted coconut milk.