A traditional Malaysian dish cooked using coconut milk and served during festivals. You can also use other vegetables like jackfruit, or soy based proteins like tofu or tempeh as a substitute for the pumpkin.
Potatoes cooked with fenugreek leaves, best enjoyed with chapati and dahi (yogurt).
Sathya Sai Baba says…
“Hunger is the disease for which food is the medicine; thirst is the illness for which drink is the medicine. Food and drink, housing and clothing must be subsidiary to the needs of the spirit, the education of the emotions and passions and impulses. They must take the place that salt and pepper take on the dining table today; uppu must be subsidiary to pappu; that is, salt must be little and dhal must be more; you cannot have more salt than the quantity of dhal, not even as much. So too; efforts to achieve health, comfort, etc., must be just enough for the purpose of sustaining the saadhana, not more, not less.”