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Recipe for Unniyappam
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Ingredients

Dried Palayamkodan pazham: 125g (1/2 pack of MyBee's Dried Small Banana (Palayamkodan))
Rice Flour: 500g
Semolina (Rava): 2 tablespoon
Jaggery : 240g
Baking Soda: 1/4 teaspoon
Coconut sliced into small pieces: 100g
Cardamom powder: 3 pinch
Ghee: enough to fry coconut pieces
Oil: enough for fryi...

Unniappams and Kerala temples
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I dream a lot at nights..💤..💤..💤the most realistic ones are the school ones. My worst night mares are regarding the subjects Hindi, History and Malayalam. Probably because I was never the best at memorising...

 

Playful me, Meen peeras and Sadyas
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My roots are from Kaipamangalam, Coastal Trissur and Trivandrum . Us Kaipamangalites have an adorable and long lasting relation with non vegetarian fare. The meats and seafood from there are incredible.

But Alas!!! As per the tradition, only veg is allowed in the Ezhava Sadya( Wedding feast). But the cooks over there truly had the mind of their own!!

Unnakayas
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Unnakkayas ( A mashed Banana sweet filled with luscious coconut filling) is a Malabar Muslim delicacy. 

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Health Benefits of Plantains
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Studies show both bananas and plantains help boost the immune system, regulate digestion and are potassium-rich foods. But the benefits of plantains don’t stop there, which is why you can’t go wrong with this banana doppelgänger. More Details

Health Benefits of JackFruit
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Several studies have reported various types of health benefits of Jackfruit.

It aids in digestion because it is rich in fibre, its pulp has been found to be useful in boosting the immune system.

Other amazing benefits of Jackfruit are improving thyroid function, anti-cancer benefits, skin and vision improvements, lower blood pressure and yes including its role in the management of type 2 diabetes and obesity.

What is Dried Food?
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Dehydrated foods, when harvested and preserved properly, will retain their vitamins, minerals and enzymes because the food has not been cooked or canned, processes that kill the enzymes that are so vital to the digestive process. So dehydrated food is “live food.”

Dehydrated food is lower in weight and is much easier to store than wet pack food. It fits in cans and buckets and when reconstituted will yield at least double or triple its weight.  And dehydrated food is less expensive than wet pack food because you aren’t paying for all the water.

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