“Special Thenga hammanthi”, is indeed special, delicious and a favorite side dish for Kanji (Rice Porridge) in Kerala. The toasted coconut, red chilies and small onions, together with all other ingredients is a delicious accompaniment for Kanji.
“Spicy Fish Masala” is a variety fish curry that you get mostly in Palakkad region in Kerala. Fish is cooked in a spicy tangy coconut gravy. The thick coconut gravy, the tanginess, the spiciness everything about Spicy Fish Masala is finger licking good!!
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.
Pavakka (Bitter Gourd / Karela fry) is deep fried with thengakothu and onions and served with rice. It is a main item in Kerala Lunch menu, and is favored by one and all. The bitter taste of pavakka is subdued by the sweetness of thengakothu, onions and chilly.
Kappa Vevichathu and Fish Curry is a favorite traditional Kerala meal and is the most satiating food among Keralites. With its high starch content, Kappa is not acclaimed for healthy diet, still, it is a well desired item in Kerala Menu.
Veal stew (Kerala style), stew made with veal(calf meat) and vegetables is a perfect combination to Palappam(Rice Pancakes). Prepared in coconut milk the Veal stew is extremely delicious brimming with lip-smacking flavors.
Kalan is a favourite yoghurt/ curd dish among Keralites and Kurukku kalan is a must have dish for Onam menu. Kalan is a yoghurt/ curd recipe with raw banana (ethakka),/yam and coconut.