Here is our traditional Kerala version of crispy chicken fry, prepared with natural spices. You will find this way healthier and tastier than the western versions. Served with the semi-crispy onion and natural masala from the fry, this crispy fried chicken can be served as a side dish to go with […]Continue Reading →
One of the most flavorful, crispy and delicious fish fry that I made, inspired by the crispy chicken fry I tried in an Indian restaurant over the weekend. You can use any kind of firm fish for this recipe while I used skin removed Sierra fish. Also I made it to medium fry though […]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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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 →
Chuttaracha chammanthi (തേങ്ങാ ചുട്ടരച്ച ചമ്മന്തി) was one my favorite accompaniments for rice during my childhood and used to be a regular side dish in my lunch box for years. As the name indicates, this form of coconut chutney is prepared traditionally by toasting the ingredients in charcoal flame and grinding it […]Continue Reading →
Pineapple Fried Rice is an authentic delicacy from the Thai Cuisine. The preparation blends the sweat & sour richness of pineapple and sauces along with non-vegetarian touch by chicken and shrimp. Pure vegetarian variants are also common! Typically served in the pineapple shell, gets this dish the ultimate refreshing twist.Continue Reading →