Kara Sev (Kara Seva) is a spicy-hot variant of the kerala snack dish, madhura seva (മധുര സേവ). Kara Sev, where “Kara” denotes “heat /spicy” in Tamil and “Sev” is referres to fried noodles made from flour. The spice-heat in this dish comes from Pepper which is the key ingredient, along with besan and rice flours. Kara Seva is […]Continue Reading →
Eggs are very common nutrient fill meal all over the word, even for certain vegetarians !…. Here is a recipe to make the boiled egg more delicious and kids favorite. Serve it with couple of toasted breads or pan cakes to have a balanced breakfast in Indian taste.
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Pidiyum Kozhiyum or Kozhi Pidi is a traditional Kerala Knanaya Christian dish made during Christmas, Easter and Marriages. This two-part dish has Kozhi – Chicken prepared in thick spice gravy accompanied by Pidi – rice dumpling in a thick gravy like rice sauce, served together to be a delicious meal…Continue Reading →
Another postpartum dish from Kerala Ayurvedic Cuisine. Onion Halwa is prepared by blending Palm Jaggery (കരിപ്പെട്ടി) and pearl onion (കുഞ്ഞുള്ളി). This dish is well known for cooling the body and helping to recover from body aches. Believed to be better when consuming in empty stomach or before bed.Continue Reading →
Red Spinach (Cheera -ചീര ) is Kerala’s own spinach variety which is grown at almost every home garden. This nutritious leafy vegetable is commonly prepared as stir fry in coconut oil with coconut masala and red chilli. Cheera thoran is a perfect accompaniment for rice.Continue Reading →
Nenthrappazha payasam (ഏത്തപ്പഴപ്പായസം), one of traditional Kerala dessert with banana, is an exquisite delicacy filled with the natural taste of plantains. This authentic Kerala Banana Pudding preparation makes use of ripped plantains blended with jaggery and served as dessert with Sadya (Kerala Feast) on festival occasions and celebrations!Continue Reading →