Meen curry (fish curry) is a quintessential dish of Kerala with its unique taste, it uses kodam puli (malabar tamrind), which has unique medicinal properties.
Fish Molly is Kerala’s one of the most popular fish curries, prepared in thick coconut milk with spices and it is best server with Palappam.
Pepper chicken is very easy to prepare with a few ingredients, and has a spicy taste from the black pepper, and an classic Indian flavour due to the other spices. It can be enjoyed with roti or even as a snack.
Theeyal is a Kerala style of cooking where the main ingredient is roasted coconut, mixed various spices creates a unique taste and aroma, it’s best enjoyed with rice.
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.
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.
Ulli curry is a spicy vegetarian favourite of South Indian states Kerala & Tamil Nadu. Shallots help bring a different flavour to the curry & it is best served with rice.
Paripu pradhaman is a sweet dish of Kerala which is yummy but a little hard work is required while preparing this. The time is basically consumed by the squeezing of the coconut milk, the rest is quick but it is worth the hard work. My mom always used to make this for me as this […]
Pazham Pori/ Banana Fritters is a famous delicacy of South India, and a quintessential Kerala snack, it is prepared by a special kind of banana which is called Ethaka or Nenthrapazham.