All About Onam @29 Aug!!!

Onam, the harvest festival of Kerala, is a time when the air is filled with the aroma of blooming flowers, the melody of traditional songs, and the promise of an extravagant feast. It’s a festival that brings together families, communities, and food enthusiasts to celebrate the abundance of nature and the rich culture of Kerala. And at the heart of this celebration lies the grand Onam Sadhya, a traditional vegetarian feast that is nothing short of a culinary extravaganza.

Onam’s Significance

Onam is a festival that holds immense cultural and historical significance in the state of Kerala, India. It is celebrated with great enthusiasm and zeal, and its roots can be traced back to the ancient legends of King Mahabali. According to Hindu mythology, Mahabali was a beloved and just ruler of Kerala. Onam marks the annual visit of King Mahabali, and the people of Kerala welcome him with open hearts and open arms.

Stone Street: The Perfect Venue for Onam

To make this Onam even more special, we’ve chosen the picturesque Stone Street as our venue. Nestled amidst nature, Stone Street provides the perfect backdrop for this grand celebration. Surrounded by lush greenery and a serene atmosphere, it’s a place where tradition and modernity meet, creating a unique setting for our Onam Sadhya. Last but not the least enjoy our scrumptious meal served to you on the authentic banana leaves for getting you all to feel like at home!

Onam Sadhya Menu

Now, let’s delve into the heart of our celebration: the Onam Sadhya, a culinary masterpiece that boasts an incredible array of dishes, each bursting with flavor and tradition. The Sadhya is typically served on a banana leaf, and it’s a feast that goes beyond satisfying hunger; it’s a celebration of flavors, colors, and culture.

  1. Sharkara Varatti: These sweet and crispy banana chips are the perfect way to start your Sadhya experience. They provide a delightful contrast to the savory dishes that follow.
  2. Banana Chips: Another variation of banana chips, these are a crunchy, savory snack that pairs wonderfully with the entire feast.
  3. Banana Leaf: The meal itself begins on a banana leaf, serving as a sustainable and traditional platter that enhances the flavors of the food.
  4. White Rice: A staple of South Indian cuisine, white rice forms the base for many of the dishes that follow.
  5. Ghee: Clarified butter, or ghee, adds richness and depth to the dishes it accompanies, enhancing their flavors.
  6. Kuthari Rice (Red): Red rice is a nutritional powerhouse, and it’s used in some dishes to add a unique texture and flavor.
  7. Parippu: Parippu is a simple and comforting lentil curry, often the first dish to grace the banana leaf.
  8. Kondattam: Kondattam refers to various sun-dried and deep-fried vegetable preparations, adding a crispy element to the Sadhya.
  9. Parippu Pradhaman: A sweet, creamy dessert made with lentils and jaggery, Parippu Pradhaman is a divine end to the meal.
  10. Salt: A pinch of salt is essential to balance the flavors of the meal.
  11. Sambar: This tangy and spicy lentil-based curry is loaded with vegetables and is a cornerstone of South Indian cuisine.
  12. Aviyal: A medley of mixed vegetables cooked in a coconut and yogurt-based gravy, Aviyal is a delightful blend of flavors and textures.
  13. Koottu Curry: A hearty and wholesome curry made with a mix of vegetables and lentils, Koottu Curry is both nutritious and delicious.
  14. Beetroot Pachadi: A sweet and tangy side dish made with yogurt and beetroot, this adds a pop of color to the Sadhya
  15. Vellari Pachadi: A cucumber and yogurt-based dish that provides a refreshing contrast to the spicier items on the menu.
  16. Inchi Puli: A tamarind-based condiment that adds a burst of tanginess to the Sadhya.
  17. Olan: A mild and creamy coconut milk stew with pumpkin and black-eyed peas, Olan is a subtle and comforting dish.
  18. Ulli Theeyal: A flavorful onion and tamarind curry, Ulli Theeyal packs a punch with its tangy and spicy profile.
  19. Thoran: A dry vegetable stir-fry seasoned with coconut, Thoran adds a crunchy texture and earthy flavor to the Sadhya.
  20. Mixed Thoran: A combination of various vegetables stir-fried with grated coconut, this dish is a delightful medley of flavors.
  21. Mezhukkupuratti: A dry dish made by sautéing vegetables like beans or plantains with spices, Mezhukkupuratti offers a spicy kick.
  22. Pickle (two varieties): These fiery and tangy condiments are the perfect accompaniment to the Sadhya, providing a burst of flavor.
  23. Pappadam: These thin, crispy lentil wafers are a quintessential part of any Kerala meal, providing a satisfying crunch.
  24. Kaalan: A rich and creamy curry made with yogurt, coconut, and yam, Kaalan adds a creamy dimension to the Sadhya.
  25. Rasam: A spicy and tangy tamarind soup, Rasam serves as a palate cleanser between courses.
  26. Moru: A mild and tangy yogurt-based curry, Moru is cooling and complements the spicier dishes.
  27. Paalada Pradhaman: A decadent rice and milk dessert flavored with cardamom and garnished with nuts, Paalada Pradhaman is a sweet symphony of flavors.
  28. Parippu Pradhaman: Another variation of the lentil-based dessert, Parippu Pradhaman is a sweet and creamy indulgence.
  29. Semiya Prashaman: A sweet vermicelli pudding, Semiya Prashaman is the perfect conclusion to this epic feast.
  30. Water Bottle: A refreshing bottle of water to keep you hydrated throughout this culinary journey.

The Onam Sadhya at Stone Street is more than just a meal; it’s a cultural experience, a celebration of tradition, and a testament to the rich culinary heritage of Kerala. It’s a feast that brings families and communities together, where the flavors of each dish tell a story of tradition and taste. So, this Onam, immerse yourself in the grandeur of the Onam Sadhya at Stone Street, and savor the 30 dishes that make it a culinary masterpiece. It’s a celebration of abundance, a feast for the senses, and a reminder that the heart of any celebration is often found in the food we share with loved ones. Happy Onam!

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