Onam Sadhya: 9 Things You Need To Try!

Onam Sadhya: 9 Things You Need To Try!

Onam is the most celebrated festival in the south Indian state of Kerala and is currently in full swing! It is a harvest festival celebrated in God’s Own Country with much splendour and love. Snake boat races, colourful celebrations, and the festive meal, ‘Onam Sadhya,’ are what make the Onam festival grand. It adds colour, flavours and brings together families to celebrate a special day from across the world. 

Onam Sadhya or the ‘Onam Feast’ is the most celebrated day in the 10-day festival. It is a hearty nine-course meal comprising of a variety of delicacies besides the well-known avial, sambar, fried snacks and of course, the sweet rice pudding called payasam.


We dug into our treasure trove and curated a delectable range of products for a very special Onam celebration. 


1. Palada Payasam (Limited Edition)

An absolute favourite and Onam Sadya staple, our Payasam is deliciously mouth-watering and made with Ada rice, cashew nuts, cardamom, coconut, milk, and ghee. Need we say more?


2. Upperi aka Kerala Banana Chips

Is any Kerala feast even complete without some good old banana chips? We didn’t think so. Delicious and crunchy, our Kerala banana chips are made from high-quality Nendran Banana (cultivated in Chengazhikodu village, Kerala). You can eat it as a healthy snack or with a hot cup of tea.


3. Puli Inji aka Tamarind and Ginger Chutney

A perfect blend and balance of sweet and sour, this chutney is a quintessential Onam staple. With notes of tamarind and fresh ginger, it is a lovely accompaniment to the Sadhya feast. Use as an accompaniment to South Indian rice meals, parathas, rotis, or as a dip with Indian snacks & savouries.


4. Nendran Pazham Vathal aka Ripe Banana Chips

Freshly made with high-quality premium ingredients for a distinct homemade taste, Nendran Pazham Vathal is a perfect tea-time savoury snack. It’s delicious, crispy, crunchy and is just about every Indian kid’s favourite snack!


5. Sarkkara Upperi aka Jaggery Banana Chips

Jaggery-coated banana chips are the sweet counterpart of traditional banana chips. With a punch of sweetness & spice, they are made with raw Nendran Banana and one of the traditional dishes prepared during Onam Sadhya. These are most loved by kids as they are sweet in taste and have flavours of ginger powder.


6. Organic Fresh Mango Pickle

Made by fermenting chopped fresh organic Mangoes pickled with spices, they are a perfect blend of flavour and texture. They are made in small batches using 100% natural ingredients and acts as a great probiotic. Pair it with curd rice and thank us later!


7. Pure A2 Ghee - (Free-range & Grassfed Gir Cow)

The best dishes start with better butter. Made from the cream of grass-fed Gir cows in Tamil Nadu, it is a great alternative to butter and cooking oils. Versatile and delicious with a creamy and buttery taste, it is perfect for cooking, roasting, baking and sautéing. 

8. Pure Uthukuli Cow Ghee - (Free Range & Grass-Fed)

Uthukuli cow Ghee is made using the highest quality butter and has a unique aroma, fragrance, and taste. The cow butter is made from milk sourced from small farmers in villages around Uthukuli, a town in Tamil Nadu and is 100% pure. Swap it for vegetable oil or coconut oil in baked goods or use it for sautéing vegetables or making curries.


9. 100% Pure Cold Pressed Coconut oil 

Coconut oil is a hot favourite ingredient of South Indian cuisine. And Onam Sadhya feast is incomplete without the punch of coconut in the dishes. Living Food coconut oil is 100% pure and cold-pressed with a mild & refreshing aroma. Only the highest quality coconuts are handpicked and sun-dried to preserve all the nutrients.

So, this Onam, even if you are away from home, there’s no reason you should say no to a delicious Sadhya. Shop from our range of Onam Specials curated for the special occasion and get it delivered to your home. 

We wish you and your family a very Happy Onam!



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