Vattayappam is an excellent traditional snack in Kerala; a sweet delicacy that is made with fermented raw rice and coconut batter. Traditionally made with Toddy instead of yeast, it is a preferred healthy snack in most Kerala Christian homes.
Indari Appam or Pesaha Appam is the unleavened special bread made only once in a year, on Maundy Thursday, by Christians in Kerala. The head of the family cuts the Appam and dips it in Pesaha Paal and serves to all the family members.
Kozhukatta is a popular snack in Kerala. Rice dumplings are made with coconut & Jaggery/ Sugar filling. For Kerala Christians, it is a solemn tradition (Kozhukatta Perunnal), to make Kozhukatta on Palm Sunday just before the start of Holy week.
Tharavu Roast / Duck Roast is a special Kerala Christian fare made during special occasions and Kuttanad Tharavu Roast is just irresistible!! The juicy Duck is delicately cooked and roasted in a spicy Pepper rich gravy filled with mouthwatering flavours.
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.