I have eaten Aviyal a lot of times but my aunt's version just made me a big fan of this highly flavorful and popular curry from Kerala. You could serve it with rice but I like it to eat with puris.
This recipe is the exact version from my aunt.She got it from her friend and I am not so sure of the exact source but try it and you wont be disappointed.

Sour Cards - 2 cups
Raw Banana - 2
White Pumpkin: 1 piece
Carrots - 2
Arabhi (Colacasia) - 6 - 7 pieces
Drumstick - 4
Beans (Medium) - 100 grams
Potato (Medium) - 3
Cluster Beans (Chikudukai) - 100 grams
Yam (Kanda) - 100 grams
Oil - 2 tbsps

Grind to paste:
Coconut - 1 or 1 cup grated
Green Chillies - 6 - 8
Cumin Seeds(Jeera) - 2 tsp

Cut vegetables into long strips.
Pressure cook with little water adding salt and turmeric.
Make coarse paste with coconut, green chillies and cumin seeds.
Mix with curds and add curd mixture to the cooked vegetables.
Boil for five minutes.
Add hot oil (preferably coconut oil) with curry leaves and serve.


Lots of love,


Unknown said...

My fav kerela side dish

chef and her kitchen said...

Aviyal looks really rich and loaded wid all veggies and yummy

Nithya said...

Looks really good and I just love it with adai or rice :)

Pari Vasisht said...

Hi Shri. I love this with the kerala rice but always prefer avial without curds.

Latha said...

One of my favorite. Looks great.

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

i love avial. but I have never tried it... yours looks awesome!

PranisKitchen said...

keralaites favorite one.. very healthy too

Rachana said...

A delicious side dish!

Priya Suresh said...

Wat a great looking aviyal, looks truly tempting..Yet to try at home..

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