Crunchy vadas dunked in flavoured curd
Crunchy vadas dunked in flavoured curd
Try the all new dhokla-turned-muffins!
Jackfruit fritters that are just the thing for a cool evening
A creamy jackfruit curry to be relished with roti
Savoury hot parottas with tea
Fish cutlets soaked in gravy with loads of coconut milk
Veggies and chicken blended with rice
A specialty from Malabar, it's a healthy alternative to chappati
Warm vermicelli cupcakes that reminds you of payasam!
A hassle-free luscious mango cheesecake
Munch on savoury muffins when it rains!
A delicious pumpkin curry, that goes perfect with hot rice
Sugarcane in cupcakes—get down to making it!
Pongal enriched with ghee and nuts
A slurpy sweet dates treat
Spinach in cutlets! No apprehensions...your family will love it and the spinach cutlet will turn out to be a favourite snack in no time.
A rice dish flavored with spices and chicken pieces coming all the way from Arabia to celebrate Ramadan.
Sportive little jackfruit kebabs!
The traditional puttu dons a yellow coat!
A deliciously flavoured biriyani with fried jackfruit
Wheat stem cakes with coconut, the perfect breakfast in Kerala!
A warm savoury snack from Malabar fit for the monsoon season
Delicious chicken pieces in thick red gravy
Taking in the aroma of the spices and the crunchiness of the coconut, the tapioca bites seem irresistible.
From the family of 'Pathiri', the 'Neypathiri' sure scores with its unique taste.
Fish pieces deep fried and cooked in thick gravy of onions and tomatoes, a spicy and simply irresistible dish especially for fish lovers.
A pulpy jackfruit cream cheese treat
The new kesari on the block!
Quirky and spicy jackfruit pickle
Tamarind rice flavoured with mixed spices
Meat cutlets in zesty curry
A dessert that combines the best of both worlds
A rice pudding with lentils and jaggery
A great alternative for rice and jaggery sweet dumplings that are popular in Kerala, the millet unniyappam is worth a try when you want to whip up a variant that is just as tasty.
Delightful golden brown pooris ready to be stuffed inside lunch boxes, and can even be a teatime snack that rocks with any curry, jam or even honey!
A traditional dish made in Tamil Nadu during Diwali, or as Deepavali, as the southern parts of India knows the festival, ukkarai is a crumbly jaggery and lentil sweet that is renowned for both its taste and texture.
Is idli the least favourite item on your kitchen menu? Spike up the interest among your little ones with this special idli, flavoured in an all new way.
A sago potato pancake, the sabudana thalipeeth is a Maharashtrian dish prepared during Dusshera. During the Navratri fasting, this healthy food is a great addition.
It's great to be inventive; this quirky paneer snack is made interesting with a crunchy covering of papad, that wafer-thin crispy flattened bread that's everybody's favourite.
Tapioca cooked with chicken, spices and coconut, garnished with coriander and curry leaves and mashed together to a mix, this dish is a treat for your taste buds.
Pulao is a dinner table delight! Tweak that recipe in your cookbook to make a fish pulao in an all new Malabari style!
We've known and loved the mulaku bajji throughout our lives; now it's time to try the stuffed version of it. Of course, with piping hot tea!
Spicy chaat in twilight time!
That's smacking new! Cupcakes made with the luscious jackfruit. Grab some jackfruits, for the season has just begun, and try out this stunner of a recipe.
Chettinad dishes are renowned for their unique flavours, and the chicken curry is a specialty.
Unniyappams in the evening? Mighty good! Now add some sweet slices of jackfruit to it; the sunlit evening you'd always imagined.
What better way to start the day than admiringly tearing off a crispy rava dosa and scooping out some great peanut chutney to go with it!
It's true! There are indeed umpteen dosas to be made and tried; this simple yet delightfully tasty jackfruit dosa is just the dosa tweak of the season!
Elaneer or tender coconut water is a favourite beverage among the Keralites. This Vishu, try blending the goodness of elaneer with milk to make this wonderfully unique payasam.
Seafood in Malabar is cooked simply, yet tastefully. Coconut milk is a great agent for seafood since it lends that deliciously creamy texture to the gravy.