This special recipe for Appam is softer and easier version of Kerala Palappam. Tasty and easy Appam/ Rice pancake is made with rice and Aval/ Rice flakes batter, fermented with yeast. It is quite healthy and easy to prepare.
Mathanga Aval Payasam is a sweet dessert, with the goodness of golden Pumpkin and flattened Rice flakes in creamy, Jaggery treacle. This simple, original recipe is a delightful sweet dish for Sadhya and other festival occasions.
Veppilakkati aka chammanthi podi, is a classic Chutney powder, popular in Central Kerala and Palakkad region. Curry leaves, coconut, red chilies are roasted and combined with tamarind to make this exceptionally tasty dish.
Try this Nadan Pork Fry a classic, traditional dish popular among Kerala Christians. The succulent Pork pieces are roasted in Black Pepper and special spices to make this exceptionally tempting Kerala Pork Pepper fry. Yum!
This traditional Egg Curry with Potatoes is a popular side dish for breakfast in Kerala, served with Appam or Idiyappam. The protein rich egg curry is prepared with slow roasted Potatoes in a spicy and flavorful creamy Coconut milk gravy.
Chena Mezhukkupuratti is a very delicious side dish for rice, popular in Kerala. Mezhukkupuratti means stir fry or slow roasting in Malayalam. Chena or yam is stir fried with garlic, onion, Pepper and other spices, which gives it amazing flavors.
VanPayar Ularthiyathu is a tasty side dish for Rice/ Kanji and is very popular in Kerala. VanPayar is roasted in spices and garlic for extra flavors. Red Cow Peas /VanPayar is a store house of proteins, vitamins, minerals that are great for your diet.
Sponge Fruit Trifle Delight is a delicious dessert different from the ordinary Fruit Trifle. With delightful layers of Sponge cake, velvety smooth Panna cotta and fresh fruits, it is sinfully irresistible and you will be extremely happy to indulge!
Sri Lankan Style Prawns Curry in Coconut Milk is an amazingly delectable dish from the Island Country. The gravy is thick and tasty with rich coconut Milk and right choice of spices and veggies that gives a complex and wonderful flavor to the dish.
Parippu Pradhaman/ Parippu Payasam is a classic Kerala dessert made with Mung Beans lentils, Jaggery and coconut milk. It is served during Kerala Sadya; a grand vegetarian feast on Banana leaves with varieties of Payasam/ Pradhaman.