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Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Ona sadya

From top left :Puli inji, kalan, thair pachadi, vendakka mezhukkupuratti (Okra stir-fry), aviyal, sarkkara upperi, chips, papadam, rice, muringakka sambar, chakka pradhaman

My Ona sadya this year was spread over two days to accomodate the schedules of different family members. This spread is from the second day. The first day had olan, rasam and moru kari instead of sambar.

Am sending this to Festive Foods - Onam which is being hosted at Asankhana.
For more info on the cuisine of the four states of South India, check out Karuna's post.

30 comments:

Nirmala said...

What an elaborate spread! Hope u and u're family had a nice time!

notyet100 said...

everythin lookin so nice,..will be glad ifu send this for Onam festival...

srikars kitchen said...

wow... Looks perfect... really mouth watering...thxs for sharing...

jayasree said...

I missed sadhya this year, since no celebrations. Onam is the only occassion when I cook the complete sadhya.

Seema said...

Delicious spread,.. sure all enjoyed!

sowmya said...

very beautiful..i love to eat on a banana leaf...lovely spread..

Happy cook said...

Wow i am drooling. Loce the whole sadya food

Jaya said...

Jayashree,
festive food makes me feel so craving for them, all these looks so delicious..
hugs and smiles

easycrafts said...

Tempting spread

Rachel said...

I had sadya at my mom's place... She seves food on banana leaves too... this time the little one had her meal on the leaf for the first time..and prefers to have it like that every day...

G.Pavani said...

jayashree ur blog looks wonderful and the recipe looks good

FoodyGuru (Srimathi) said...

Wonderful that you had a good lunch on a banana leaf, I think it just takes what we prepare to the next level.

sra said...

Love the looks of the thair pachadi, even from so far away!

karuna said...

tht is a mouthwatering spread. hey jayshree can u link back to one of my regional food posts. i would love to have ure recipes on it
http://myluvforfood.blogspot.com/2008/08/indian-cooking-101-regional-foods-part.html.

Cham said...

Hope u had a wonderful time, lovely spread Jaya

Priti said...

Lovely spread...looks yummy..Thanks for the entry :)

Bharti said...

A wonderful traditional spread! I wish I could dig in!

vandana rajesh said...

Belated happy onam to u. Nice spread...feeling hungry already:)

Sia said...

drooling....

raaji said...

first timw here....wishes for the onam....hope had a nice time......

Nidhi said...

Lovely spread. Hope you had a gud time.

Prema Sundar said...

Nice spread... love the sambar and puffed up papad. Hope u guys had a great time..

mitr_bayarea said...

Looks like a great onam spread on both days, miss the plantain leaf a lot.

SriLekha said...

sadya is very nice! happy onam!
Visit my blog while u find time and join in the chicken event going in my blog!

VEGETABLE PLATTER said...

thatz a delicious spread

Chefkiwiberry said...

Really good!

Cynthia said...

Wow, wish I could part-take in this meal.

Sunshinemom said...

Nice spread and me loves the chakka pradaman best:)

Madhavi said...

Lovely post, and everything looks yummmm!!

Sunshinemom said...

Olan is a favorite with me apart from the traditional kalan and puli inji - good spread for the festival, Jayashree:)