Payasam cupcake, shakaravaratty (jaggery confection) bottled dessert, vilayicha ethakka (ripened banana) tart.
Welcome to artisanal meals as conventional flavours go up to date this Onam
Hobbyists Mariya Mohan Manjooran and Annu George have utilised the COVID-19 lockdown to innovate and create an artisanal line of desserts for the normal pageant of Onam.
Maria with a aptitude for decor and Annu with a expertise for baking have been creating customised hampers for particular events.
“As food truly connects and communicates love people have been asking us to customise food hampers, which they send as gifts on special occasions, ” says Annu.
“Every chunk of the payasam cupcake will remind you of the semiya payasam,” says Annu sharing the weather that go into it: kismis, cardamom, vermicelli and flour.
The dessert jar, a layered pudding in a glass bottle, with a cake base made with jaggery, rock sweet and ginger is topped with syrup and cream. A crunchy topping completes the dessert.
Ethakka tarts encase a gooey mash of sautéed naadan ethakka garnished with coconut crush.
The hampers are embellished with inventory Onam motifs: the normal kasavu, marigold flowers and banana leaves.
Priced at ₹2000 they’re accessible solely in Kochi.
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Kollam primarily based sisters Anna and Aniya George started baking in 2012 “inspired by my mom and aunts”, and arrange Jacob Bakes in 2019.
They have provide you with themed designer desserts and cupcakes for Onam.
Their Onam basket includes marigold flower (jamanthi) cupcakes and an athapookalam cake.
“Just as creating an athapookalam (flower carpet) is time consuming, it took hours to make one on the cake too.
Each marigold petal is hand piped,” says Anna who’s a pupil of drugs. Aniya is finding out agriculture in Tamil Nadu. The cake hamper is priced at ₹ 900 and the cake at ₹1700.