Chemmeen Ularthiyathu (Prawns Roast) is an exotic seafood delicacy of Kerala, and is made in typical Kerala Style, exceptionally spicy with small onions, thengakothu (coconut pieces) and Kudampuli (Malabar Tamarind). It is just irresistible!!
Spicy Kadala curry is a popular breakfast dish in Kerala. The traditional combination of Puttu and Kadala is quite famous, but also goes well with Appam, and Idiyappam. The thick spicy coconut gravy makes it truly exceptional.
Health benefits of Sprouts need no emphasizing. . Filled with proteins, anti-oxidants and vitamins, it is very essential to include this in your diet. Sprout thoran is a tasty way of having sprouts as the nutty taste goes well with rice.
Kallappam is a traditional breakfast among the Christians in Kerala. Known also as Vellayappam, this soft, tasty pancake is made with fermented rice and coconut batter. Initially, Toddy (kallu) was used to ferment, hence the name Kallappam.
Nadan Chicken curry is a Kerala speciality, relished with Appam, Idiyappam or Kallappam. The thick coconut gravy, the heady spices, the tasty chicken, the potatoes, everything makes you addicted to this Naadan style of chicken curry.
Fish in sauce is a special Chinese influenced Fish curry which is quite delicious and full of flavours. Fish pieces are fried and cooked in a sweet tomato gravy. It has delectable and lip-smacking flavours and goes well with any rice dish.
Famous for its health benefits, Kovakka (Ivy gourd) is loaded with vitamins. It helps in controlling blood sugar levels and has many amazing health benefits to lead an active healthy life. Kovakka Thoran is very tasty to have with rice.
Butter chicken (Murgh Makhani) is originated in Punjab and is a world renowned Indian dish. The boneless chicken pieces are marinated with curd & spices, roasted and cooked in a creamy, buttery, sweet and sour gravy. It is finger licking good.
Vanilla Sponge cake is a basic and simple sponge cake and tastes well with any topping or icing. It is delicious as a plain tea cake or more delectable with a simple butter icing and always no time is wasted in heartily consuming them.
Biriyani is a classical heritage dish in the Indian Sub-continent. Each region has its own style of cooking this complex dish of rice with meat, fish or vegetables. This Mutton Biriyani; is my version of Thalassery style Mutton Biriyani recipe.