Pineapple Pachadi, Kerala Pineapple Munthiri Pachadi

Pineapple Pachadi, Kerala Pineapple Munthiri Pachadi

Pineapple Pachadi, Kerala Pineapple Munthiri PachadiPineapple Pachadi is a hearty and wholesome dish with perfectly balanced sweet, spicy and tangy favours. Also known as Sweet Pachadi or Madhura pachadi, this dish is made of Pineapple (Kaithachakka) and grapes and is...
FRIED IDLI SNACK / FRIED IDLI IN CURD/ IDLI CHAAT

FRIED IDLI SNACK / FRIED IDLI IN CURD/ IDLI CHAAT

FRIED IDLI SNACK / FRIED IDLI IN CURD/ IDLI CHAAT Fried Idli chaat / Snack is a great way to serve left over Idlis. The crispy fried Idli cubes dipped in slightly spiced curd is a delightful afternoon snack. Besides, this fried Idli in curd is a perfect healthy snack...
Vellarikka Pachadi, Kerala Sadya style

Vellarikka Pachadi, Kerala Sadya style

Vellarikka Pachadi, Kerala Sadya style Vellarikka Pachadi is an important dish for Kerala Sadya. Yellow Cucumber or Vellari is also used for Sambar and Avial. Pachadi is also made with Green Mangoes, Pavakka / Bitter Gourd, Unripe green tomatoes, Cheera / Spinach...
Papaya Pulissery

Papaya Pulissery

Papaya Pulissery Papaya Pulissery or Kaplanga Pulissery is another favourite curd dish in Kerala, mainly cooked in central and south Kerala. While some people use unripe papaya, some use semi ripe papaya to make this delicious curry. It is very delicious and...
Mambazha Pulissery (Ripe Mango Curry)

Mambazha Pulissery (Ripe Mango Curry)

Mambazha Pulissery (Ripe Mango curry) Mambazha Pulissery is a traditional Kerala dish with ripe mangoes cooked in coconut curd mix. It is very delicious and a specialty dish in summer and also part of Sadya or celebration in Kerala. It is usually made with small...
Kumbalanga Moru Curry (Ash Gourd)

Kumbalanga Moru Curry (Ash Gourd)

Kumbalanga Moru Curry Kumbalanga Moru curry or Ash Gourd Curd Curry is a simple side dish with rice in Kerala. It is also known as Kumbalanga Pulissery. Pulissery is a very common side dish with rice for normal Kerala lunch. It is more common than Sambhar or Dal in...

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