Currently, actors Ananya Panday and Vijay Deverakonda are on a promotional spree for their upcoming film 'Liger'. Internet is filled with pictures of the two attending events, chat shows, giving interviews and posing together every now and then. That's not all. Their social media handles are also loaded with glimpses of the promotional activities. They are also travelling to different states and making public appearances together. In between, the actors are also making the most of their stay by indulging in the regional cuisines. Take Ananya's latest Insta-story for instance.
The 'Liger' co-stars were recently in Kochi, Kerala and had the "best welcome" ever. In the latest story, Ananya and Vijay were seen posing for camera with all smiles and a plateful of South Indian delicacies. From what we can see, they were having 'Sadya', served on banana leaves. The meal featured rice, papadam, thoran, pazham pori, pachadi, inji puli and more. Take a look:
Looks delicious; isn't it? If you are like us, then you too must be slurping seeing this wholesome meal. Hence, we have a got a surprise for you. We curated a list of some classic South Indian delicacies that hold a constant place on a Sadya platter. Take a look.
Here're 5 Classic Recipes To Include In Sadya Platter:
Thoran is basically Kerala-style stir-fried vegetables that is simple, classic and includes some basic regional vegetables. However, the use of vegetables may vary from person to person. Here we have a thoran recipe for you.
It is possibly one of the classic snacks in Kerala cuisine. It is banana, sliced and deep fried after dipping in a batter. People in the Southern part of India also pair it with a hot cup of tea for snacking. Click here for the recipe.
Pachadi is basically South Indian-style chutney that is prepared and consumed fresh. You can make pachadi with various ingredients including pineapple, beetroot, gongura et al. Click here for some of the most popular pachadi recipes.
Inji puli is another sweet and sour pickle that elevate our meal experience in no time. Made with ginger, jaggery, tamarind and a host of spices, this sweet-n-sour pickle can be stored for months. Click here for the recipe.
Olan is another constant dish in a Sadya platter. It is like a stew, made with ash gourd (petha). The key to getting this dish right is the coconut milk, and trust the dish defines all things comforting. Click here for the recipe.
What are you waiting for? Prepare these delicious dishes and enjoy a yummy meal, 'Liger' style!
About Somdatta SahaExplorer- this is what Somdatta likes to call herself. Be it in terms of food, people or places, all she craves for is to know the unknown. A simple aglio olio pasta or daal-chawal and a good movie can make her day.