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Poori

On 24 April, 2015 By

Poori (puri / boori) is a deep-fried Indian bread, most commonly served at breakfast, almost all part of the country. Poori is typically accompanied with vegetable gravy side dish prepared with potato known to be Masala/Bhaji. The bread […]

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Avacado Smoothie

On 20 April, 2015 By

Smoothie recipes are an easy way to increase our intake of fruits and vegetables as well as help the nutrient quality of your diet.  Avocados are always a better choice for smoothies as it can add creaminess and consistency, same time giving the great benefit of nearly 20+ vitamins and nutrients. […]

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Ela Ada (Valsan)

On 29 March, 2015 By

Ela Ada (valsan), a typical Kerala sweet recipe, traditionally made of rice floor. Grated coconut mixed with jiggery (brown sugar) is filled inside the rise dough, which is layered on a banana leaf. It is then steam cooked in an idly maker or steamer. In this preparation here I used wheat […]

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Wheat Puttu

On 16 February, 2015 By

Puttu (പുട്ട്) is Malayali’s own trademark breakfast dish. The authentic Kerala kitchen puttu make use of brown rice flour. Puttu made of wheat flour (ഗോതമ്പ് പുട്ട് )also is very common, but compared to the rice flour preparation, wheat puttu used to have more sticky-lumps which many people don’t like. The recipe […]

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Rava Uppuma

On 31 January, 2015 By

Rava Upma (ഉപ്പുമാവ്) is one of the easiest breakfast dish that can be done without much of a preparation. The upuma will go well with a little sugar or banana or even with some crispy snack like murukku or kerala-mixture (typical in Tamil style) . Traditional Upuma preparation uses large quantity of […]

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Mixed Grain Dosa

On 26 January, 2015 By

Here is a special breakfast recipe from my kitchen for a healthy way to start a Day. Multi-grain breads are now common in western bakery, especially to get away from the white bread concept. This recipe is for our conventional dosa (pan bread), this time using a bunch of different types […]

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Taste of Gods Own Country

The cuisine of Kerala is linked in all its richness to the land’s history, geography & culture. It has a multitude of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes prepared using fish, poultry and meat, which differentiate Kerala from rest of the main land.

Festival Dishes

Festival time is the time to simulate taste buds! It has no limitation on geographical or religious. Here is my recipe collection on the festival dishes. It’s a few now, but I will make sure to improve on the collections soon …..

Healthy Diet Kitchen

A healthy living starts from the Kitchen… For my kitchen I try to make my recipes suitable for a better diet way of eating, unless otherwise noted.

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