Wishing everyone a Happy Tamil New Year and let the new year bring all happiness, peace and healthy life to everyone.
I would say that there was few changes in me, after the blog towards the food. Usually for all Tamil Newyear I use to prepare a small vegetarian before blogging, but after blogging and so called food blogging, I started preparing a perfect meals which is served in Banana leaf.
But recently I started posting my lunch as LunchBox and now as of vacation started posting my meals as a small Thali. Not only me but the whole of my family liked it. I could hear you people wonder where I keep sharing my meals – It’s Instagram. You can connect me through Instagram @ ImMadraasi to enjoy the meals I share.
Taking it to Fiesta Friday #167 hosted by Angie@thenovicegarderner.
Tamil New Year Lunch is more special to me and this it has been more special and added more happiness, as I curated a Dessert – Mukkani Payasam / Tri-Fruits. When it comes to fruits, this mukkani has the most important place in Tamil Literature. “Mu” means “Three” and “Kani” means “Fruit” – Tri-Frui, Mangoes, Jack fruit and Bananas are called as Mukkani. For the recipe of Mukkani Payasam – CLICK HERE. Let me share my Tamil New Year meals here –
In the meals –
- Raw Mango Pachadi
- Carrot and Kohlrabies stir-fry
- Cabbage Stir-fry
- Spicy mashed potato
- Brinjal / Eggplant Stir-fry
- Thalicha Morr (Tempered Buttermilk)
- Mango Pickle
- Steamed rice and Sambar
- Mukkani Payasam / Tri-Fruit Kheer
- Appalam / Pappad
- Fruits- Mango, Jack-fruit and Banana
- Betel leaf and Supari