Sabudana Vada can be used a fast food, snack or a food during fasts. Takes little time to prepare, and totally worth the time & effort.
Koli Nallamallu Fry is an ethnic dish of Coorg area in southern India. It’s made spicy, it’s best served with Chapati or Porotta.
Chemmeen Roast is a Kerala favourite among prawn lovers, it is spiced and roasted in a pan. It’s best served with rotis or parathas.
Achappam or Rose Cookies is a tasty Kerala fried snack. It’s unique shape comes from the mould used for preparing it.
Beef Curry is quite popular in the Indian state of Kerala, this spicy curry tastes best with Kerala Porotta. This is a must try for red meat lovers.
Kovaikka or Ivy gourd thoran (stir fried with grated coconut) is a very popular type of South Indian side dish. Kovaikka is good for diabetics due to it’s low glycemic index.
Chakka Pori are Jackfruit dipped in a batter & deep fried, is a very popular tea time snack on Kerala. It’s crispy on the outside and soft & juicy inside.
Pepper Chicken Kerala style is a spicy chicken preparation, fully bringing out the hot taste and flavour of black pepper.
Chemeen Biriyani Malabar style hails from the northern districts of the Indian state of Kerala. This seafood biriyani brings out the taste of prawns and also has distinct taste of all the spices & herbs used.
Chicken is the most common type of poultry in the world, and is prepared as food in a wide variety of ways, varying by region and culture. Chicken liver is used in a variety of dishes. This recipe is the preparation of chicken liver in Kerala style with more pepper and is very good for […]
Mysore Pak is a sweet dish of Karnataka, India, usually served as dessert. It is made of generous amounts of ghee (clarified butter), sugar and gram flour.
Ginger- curd or Ingi Thayir is a very good way to beat the heat. In the summers ginger- curd along with steamed rice tastes delicious and will also keep your stomach cool.