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1 plantain, cut into 1” long strips 1 small carrot, cut into 1” long strips 4 green beans, cut into 1” long strips 2 celery sticks, cut into 1” long strips 1 small potato (or sweet potato), cut into 1” long strips 1/4 teaspoon turmeric (haldi) 3 curry leaves 1/2 teaspoon mustard seeds (sarson) 2. Oats avial is a variation of the popular South Indian avial which is a delicious preparation made with a thick mixture of vegetables and coconut and seasoned with coconut oil, mustard seeds and curry leaves. Aviyal is a considered as an essential part of the Keralite vegetarian feast. Avial By Vahchef @ Vahrehvah.com Duration: 7:11. Vahchef VahRehVah 294,666 views.

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4. Add the remaining curd and mix well. 5. Add curry leaves and coriander leaves. 6. Add green grapes, pomegranate seeds and transfer to a. Explore Jyotirmayi Chunduri’s board “Oats recipes”, followed by 174 people on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Oats recipes, Recipes, Oats. Aviyal / Avial recipe tamil nadu version – Mixed vegetables, cooked in coconut based gravy and mixed with yoghurt/ curd and flavored with coconut oil and curry leaves. I rarely make aviyal, and there are two reasons for that One is mostly because. Aviyal is a dish which is believed to have been originated from South India and is common in Kerala and Udupi cuisine.

It is a thick mixture of vegetables and coconut, seasoned with coconut oil and curry leaves. Avial is considered an essential part of the Sadya, the Keralite vegetarian feast. It’s possible that this trait may be due in part to a heavy diet of avena sativa, better known as wild oats. More than just horse food, avena sativa is a traditional herbal remedy used to support the mind, body, and spirit.

Its entries within the German Pharmacopoeia extend as far back as two-hundred years and describe a stimulating effect. Aviyal (avial) is a delicious preparation made with mixed vegetables, curd, coconut and seasoned with coconut oil and curry leaves. It occupies an important place in Kerala cuisine and is a must for Onam Sadya.Today let us learn how to make Aviyal (avial.

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  • Hey Guys! As requested sharing, Kerala style avial recipe. Avial is a mixed vegetable curry made with coconut gravy and is a very important side dish for Kerala sadya. Hope you will try the recipe and enjoy it as much as I did. Have a wonderful 2019 to all of you. Stay blessed, humble, and healthy! Lots of love and New Year Wishes! ❤️❤️❤️
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  • Hello Mam, I fell upon your YouTube channel yesterday and I want to say that I simply love this space. Thanks for the wonderful information which is so helpful and healthful. Please continue to post your recipes here.

  • Hello Mam, I fell upon your YouTube channel yesterday and I want to say that I simply love this space. Thanks for the wonderful information which is so helpful and healthful. Please continue to post your recipes here.

  • Hello Mam, I fell upon your YouTube channel yesterday and I want to say that I simply love this space. Thanks for the wonderful information which is so helpful and healthful. Please continue to post your recipes here. 

  • Hello Mam, I fell upon your YouTube channel yesterday and I want to say that I simply love this space. Thanks for the wonderful information which is so helpful and healthful. Please continue to post your recipes here.

  • Simply great mam…, I am a malayali gymmer and used to think that kerala foods are simply good for nothing, high in simple carbs, lack protein and did not have any idea to customise the kerala foods to make it very healthy. I am new to your channel and have already started to feel that I was wrong. This is the channel I was looking for a long tym ago. Y dint I come here earlier..!!?

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  • hlo mam,,,i m ur new subscriber,,,daily i see ur videos,,,after pregnancy i gained wt,,,nd now i follow ur wt loss salad,,,realy its so yumm,,,realy gud job,,,keep it up mam,,,mam plz suggest more vegetarian recepies,,,,

  • Avial is a recipe which was in my english text book when i was in around 4th grade… After that I’m hearing this name…now I’m engineering…so long

  • Though it’s your traditional Kerala recipe, for me it’s a like a replacement of boring, monotonous veg salad. Thank you @skinny recipes I’m gonna try it today itself.