P Bhuvaneshwari, the winner of Karshakasree award in 2012 shares the recipes of ripe mango payasam and puliyinji to make your Vishu sadya extra special.
The ada or steamed rice cakes with sweet fillings absorbs an incredible aroma from the fresh plantain leaves in which it is wrapped.
Pulissery is often made with a ripe fruit or vegetable added to it, making the sweetness pair well with the sourness of the yoghurt.
Samarasa Vishu koottu would add the perfect balance of flavours to the feast.
Three easy kichadi recipes for your Vishu Sadya using seasonal vegetables that can be found in your backyard.
A traditional vegetarian feast, the Sadya is served on a large plantain leaf.
Kaniyappam is offered as part of the ‘kani’, presented in front of the deity, before distributing to children.
Here's a list of Vishu recipes prepared for you to try out this year.
Kurukku kaalan is that creamy thickened side dish everyone craves for on a festive occasion.
While it is a vegetarian sadya that is served for lunch is most parts of Kerala, fish and meat take pride of place on the plantain leaf in Malabar.