Let's agree that festivals are incomplete without mouth-watering sweets and lavish meals. And just like many of us, celebrities too like to enjoy the festive times by gorging on delicious food. And showing us how is none other than Keerthy Suresh. The actress marked Dussehra with a special sadya meal. Keerthy has posted a photo dump on Instagram sharing glimpses of the Dussehra celebration at her place. Apart from the seeing actress dressed in a traditional outfit and offering puja to her car (as a part of Ayudha puja), what also caught our attention was her scrumptious meal.
The special sadya meal was served to the actress on a banana leaf. On it, we saw white steamed rice, avial and something that appeared to be a dry preparation of beans. There are a variety of chutneys (pachadi) and a pickle as well. We could also spot some pappadam (fryums) on the side. For some sweet indulgence, delicious payasam also made way to her platter. Keerthy stated, “Celebration, festive days & some delicious food!” She also added the hashtags “Ayudh Puja,” “Dussehra” and “Navratri 2022.”
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If you are looking forward to adding some drool-worthy South Indian recipes to your menu, here's a list to refer to. We have mentioned about five recipes popular in different parts of South India. Check them out.
If you know about the South Indian cuisines, you must be aware of avial. It's a thick mixture of different kinds of vegetables including drumsticks, potatoes and carrots – all cooked together in coconut oil and mustard seeds. It's tasty and filling. Generally, it's served with red rice. This makes for a nice and delicious meal.
This is a famous dish from Tamil Nadu. This amazing delicacy combines moong dal and ridge gourd along with a number of homely spices indeed. It can be best paired with rice and rasam. If you want, you can also relish it with rotis.
This is basically the Karnataka style of cooking potato curry. Allugedda mashed masala potatoes is a simple dish made with ingredients easily there at home. Best part? This delicacy doesn't need any special arrangements and can be made quickly on any day.
If you don't like jackfruit, this recipe may change your outlook on the food item. Panasa puttu koora is basically an Andhra-style curry cooked with jackfruit. In this dish, kathal chunks are first marinated in spices and tossed with a variety of masalas. So, do try this out.
How about some Malabari food? Yes, you can have this delectable Malabari parotta with coconut-rich curries or other rich heavenly stews. Also known as barota, this is served hot with dollops of ghee. You can make this at home and even treat your guests to this whenever they come home.
So, now, whenever you want to dig into South Indian meals, you can always take help from this list.