The most commonly made nivedyam (libation) is payasam. Other varieties include therali appam, mandaputtu and vella payasam.
Delicious and nutritious pumpkin kinnathappam is easy to make using simple ingredients.
The most amazing thing about aravana payasam is that it could be stored up to a few weeks.
A grand platter of ada, pazham nurukku or caramelized banana, papad and upperi (banana chips) is usually enjoyed for breakfast on the Thiruvonam day.
Mukkutti or biophytum sensitivum is hailed as one of the dasapushpam or the ten sacred flowers of Kerala.
This local snack made using ripe and sweet palayankodan bananas is very delicious and healthy too.
Beetroot is a storehouse of vitamin C. Not just the regular stir-fries or curries, beetroot could be used to make melt in the mouth halwa too.
Here is a list of some nutritious and easily available ingredients which are a must in winters.
Vanpayar chundal is a tasty sweet dish that is cooked during the Navratri festivities.
The CMD also says that the minutes of the committee meetings and the findings regarding the quality of the goods should be recorded in the quality register.