Make sure to use only wooden spoons or spatula in non-stick pans.
Some tips to store tomatoes and for a longer period so that you could use them whenever you want.
The aromatic and delicious rose tea prepared with fresh rose petals is excellent to prevent ageing effects.
Twenty finalists from various districts took part in the grand finale of the competition, which was organised as part of the Onam celebrations.
The bright orange-coloured fruit is delicious, and is a flavoursome welcome treat for guests.
Not many know that coconut could be grated even without a scrapper.
Recipes made using ingredients that are easily available in your pantry that could ease tooth ache.
Adding too much salt in food could not just ruin its flavour but isn’t good for health either.
It is a healthy evening snack as it is steamed, not fried in oil.
Give your black tea a classy, restaurant-like twist by throwing in some spices.
Adding aval or flattened rice makes it fluffier and softer than traditional dosas.
This triangular snack prepared in plantain leaf is aromatic, tasty and healthy too.
Here’s a list of seven healthy and energy-filled snacks you'd be fighting for right after the fight to shotgun the passenger seat.
Raja’s quaint eatery on the banks of the lake in Alappuzha has already earned a name as one of the best places to enjoy porotta and beef.
Longkong is a species of tree in the mahogany family. The tree starts bearing fruits by the fourth year and will ensure long-term yield.
This spicy and sour shallots chutney is a flavour bomb that explodes on your taste buds.
It is easy to make it at home and can be stored for a long time.
This spicy coconut chutney tastes amazing with rice, gruel and idli too.
The bright red masala filling inside the crispy dosa crepe is the highlight of this dish.
Colocasia payasam is a unique dessert that could add the perfect sweetness to the grand Onasadya.
Ready to enjoy the grand Onasadya? Here is how many calories you would be eating.
This banana flower, plantain payasam cooked to perfection in jaggery syrup and coconut milk would be the perfect way to end your Onasadya.
This Onam, Onmanorama, along with social media sensation Chef Arun Vijayan, brings you a classic Malabari avial recipe that tastes absolutely royal.
Chef Arun Vijayan, who won over the foodie circles of Instagram, presents the Onmanorama audience with a simple stir-fry made using leftover avial vegetables.
Chef Arun Vijayan, a social media darling and a Corporate Chef at Arippa Restaurant Groups based in Kerala, brings you a super-easy, super-quick payasam recipe, that is made with one of the most commonly available fruits.
Onmanorama Food presents you a scrumptious preparation made of colocasia, which can go either as a starter to your meal or as a side dish.
Pair this dish with some spicy fish curry and you'll end up right in the food heaven.
This dish is light on the stomach and easy to cook too.
Check out the pretty simple recipe of broken wheat payasam for the Onam season.
As it is loaded with veggies, many often complain that avial cannot be cooked in small portions. Here is how to prepare avial in small amount in a pressure cooker without overcooking it.
Certainly, ada pradhaman, semiya payasam, and parippu payasam are classics, but shall we try something new for Onam this year?
Best served with hot steaming Kerala rice, pineapple pulissery is the perfect recipe for you Onam food list.
This Onam, we thought of bringing you a twist to the usual payasam.
A grand platter of ada, pazham nurukku or caramelized banana, papad and upperi (banana chips) is usually enjoyed for breakfast on the Thiruvonam day.
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The sweetness, spiciness, sourness and a bit of bitterness in the puli inji forms a riot of flavors on our taste buds.
The most interesting part of the feast – one of the largest in India with 64 different vegetarian dishes – is the guests demanding various dishes poetically in the 'vanchipattu' (boatman's song) style.
The Kerala Tourism Development Corporation has organised grand payasam fests at its hotels to celebrate the unique culinary culture of the state.
Consuming dishes that have Holy basil is excellent during the monsoon. This steamed dish is so aromatic and can be enjoyed even without any side dishes.
It is believed that the elephant-God loved sweets, especially Modaks and hence a lot of traditional sweets and other dishes are prepared during the festival and offered to the Lord Ganesha.
In parts of Southeast Asia, it is also served as a breakfast dish. When combined with coconut cream, this dish will take you to guilt-free dessert heaven.
This spicy coconut chutney tastes amazing with dosa, idli, rice and gruel. Interestingly, this chutney could be easily made without a mixer.
Jackfruit is an extremely versatile fruit. So why not use it to make noolappam? This delicious breakfast dish could be enjoyed even without any curries on the side.