Rich with cashew nuts, raisins, bananas, milk, butter and more, the mere thought of this payasam can tempt you to make it for the whole family.
These dishes can be made easily at home for your Onam sadya
The first thing you should remind yourself is to make the most of the festival by keeping your sugar levels in check.
It has the right balance of sweetness and spiciness to make your sadya delicious.
After heavy festival meals, you can have thatta and team it up with tea for a joyous evening snack.
It is made with the yellow-coloured big cucumber that's commonly known as Kerala cucumber.
While from Ernakulam to Thiruvananthapuram it is made with almost all available vegetables, north Keralites use only yam, plantain and chickpeas in their koottu curry.
It can be made with pineapple, banana or mangoes.
You can have it just as a snack or even as an accompaniment with Onam sadya.
These days, many people use inji curry as a dip as well, with breads and savouries.