Crispy mutton chops right at home!
Crispy mutton chops right at home!
Succulent and savoury mutton pieces in spicy, thick gravy makes for a delicious dish that everyone would take to! It can be eaten as a side for breads or rice, or used as a masala to flavour your biriyani.
Go for a non-veg Malabari sadya with this spicy chicken piralan.
A sweeter and yummier avatar of Ila ada using jackfruit and bay leaves
A delicious jackfruit payasam recipe using Kerala's official fruit to devour.
The classic ada pradhaman that is everyone's favourite
Where payasam meets tender coconut!
Jackfruit and mango steamed with other vegetables for that standout aviyal.
Blending the sweetness of jackfruit seeds with the tanginess of mangoes, curried to a savoury dish
Tender jackfruit, seasoned and stir-fried
Steaming veggies in coconut milk broth relished with red rice—that's olan for you.
Kerala's answer to mashed potatoes!
Pradhaman, especially Pal Ada Pradhaman, is the sweetest ending to a sumptuous Kerala Sadya! This will have you asking for more and more and more!
Jaggery gives this lentils based dessert flavoured with fried fragrant coconut slivers, ginger and clarified butter a silky porridge-like texture!
Impromptu guest calls? Mesmerize them with this quick, off-the-cuff rice payasam!
A simple recipe for a delectable pickle!
A Malabar sambar specialty
An authentic curried lentils recipe that is a must try!
Fried sweet balls made from a batter of mashed over ripe bananas and rice flour!
These stunning rose cookies are for those who like to sample an authentic Kerala teatime snack!
Kerala's own seafood speciality
Sweetened moist balls of roasted rice flour remind you of your grandmother's larder!
The chicken, fried and cooked with multiple layers of sauces and spices, will go well with any Indian bread or rice variety.
Jaggery-coated sweet banana chips
Zesty jackfruit seed stir fry that's like no other!
Green gram tossed with coconut and sugar
Delicious, creamy, sour and slightly sweet, this is for takeaway after the feast!
The combat of the sweet and hot that results in a balanced, toned out dish—the erissery.
A classy way to wrap up your Easter feast
Prawns batter fry could end your search for the quickest starter for your Easter feast.
If you believe that it is high time to try something new other than the same old easy palappam, then try out this super-fluffy version.
Tomato curry prepared in unique coastal style cooking
Zesty Chinese potato stir fry that Kerala loves oh-so-much!
An easy dry fry dish to add a crunch to your meal
A rich and creamy gravy with assorted veggies
An easy stir fry, minimally spiced
'Achari' flavoured Goan delicacy
Yam, spiced and fried
An aromatic roasted coconut gravy with sauteed brinjals
A crunch in the creamy equals perfect sync!
Try to resist these amazing rice string hoppers. You would lose terribly!
Vegetables Stewed perfectly with coconut milk
Vellayappam soaked in coconut flavour
Spicy stuffed tapioca balls
Mashed beef mixed with heady spices and cooked with potatoes
Red rice steamed rice cake for a perfect breakfast
A simple and mouth-watering recipe for curried, hard-boiled eggs
Vermicelli in sweetened milk and nuts. Now that's to relish!
Basmati cooked in coconut milk, which gives it a unique buttery flavour!
Add some colour to your Christmas feast with this easy and healthy salad that has cubed beetroot, fresh orange and spinach garnished with almonds and goat cheese.