Avial is a traditional South Indian specialty dish, a delicious mix of vegetables cooked in a mildly spiced, ground coconut and curd gravy, seasoned with coconut oil. Kerala Avial is an indispensable dish for Sadhyas in Kerala, during festive occasions!
Erissery is an essential item in Kerala Sadya, the elaborate vegetarian spread on Banana leaves. This special Koottu Erissery has Mathanga, Chena and Kaya along with red cow peas to bring down the sweetness of Pumpkin and tastes just delicious!
Paneer Korma is a delicious Mughlai/ Awadhi dish, renowned for its aromatic, smooth and spicy gravy. Soft Paneer cubes are braised in a mildly spiced; curd and cashew based gravy with perfectly balanced flavors, which is absolutely classic!!
Palak Paneer is a widely acclaimed Punjabi Dhaba-style dish that is savored all over India. The perfectly balanced flavors, the splendid smooth spinach gravy, the soft Paneer cubes, rich cream; everything about this dish is absolutely tempting!!
Okra/ Ladies finger/ Vendakka Mappas is a much loved Christian delicacy in Kerala. Okra is stir fried and cooked in a delicious, spicy rich coconut milk gravy. With all its health benefits, Okra or Vendakka Mappas is a super healthy dish.
Potato Stew is a simple tasty stew which is a perfect combination with Palappam or Idiyappam. Potatoes are nutritious and healthy and tastes yummy when cooked in a mild but deliciously flavoured coconut milk gravy with spices.
Matar Paneer is a popular Punjabi Paneer dish which is a delightful combination of soft delicious paneer and green peas cooked in a spicy Onion Tomato gravy. Matar Paneer is a great accompaniment to Pulao, Rice, Rotis and Parathas.
Pav Bhaji is a very popular North Indian street food, originated in Mumbai and a favorite snack/ meal all over India. It is mashed vegetables cooked in a delightfully flavoured thick onion tomato gravy with buttered/ toasted soft bread (Pav).
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.
Poori Bhaji is a favourite breakfast item in India. The deep fried whole wheat pooris (bread) and the mildly spiced potato is a very fulfilling and delightful meal. Learn how to make soft, fluffy Pooris and a different style bhaji.