In a true sense, simple food is my way of life. Post-diwali, this truth has been more prominent in every meal. Vegetables, legumes and fruits have become more common as random hour snacks. Otherwise I find no appropriate time to eat fruits in my daily routine. So I buy all varieties of fruits that I see in Super Market and ensure that everyday me and my family consume them. Like for kids, it would be part of their lunch box. And we adults satisfy food cravings between meals through such fruits. Besides, once in every fortnight I made it a practice to live on fruits. Sounds interesting right? For me, it’s too good feeling as digestion system gets some rest. As part of my simple food routine, today it was delicious chayote stirfry with rasam.
Chayote which is better known as “SEEME BADANE” in Kannada is quite bland in taste. And I love this veggie for it’s adaptability. Like, it can transform in to a delicious yogurt curry or chutney or kootu or stirfry. In all of these, biting the bland veggie which has absorbed the flavors is real heaven. My little son who has recently in to the habit of eating veggies from curry has asked for many servings. Chayote stirfry or palya is easy and straight forward. Because all you need to do is chopping the veggie in to cubes and cooking in normal tempering. Of course with some basic spices. That’s it. So here we go=>