Zucchini Thoran — Simple Kerala style Zucchini stir fry with coconut & garlic.
A very simple Kerala style Yam fry. Tastes great with rice and dal.
Kerala Style Christmas Fruit Cake — this is a moist and absolutely delicious treat for the holidays. It doesn’t require soaking the dry fruit for days. So go ahead make it whenever you want in short notice.
Kerala Style Wheat Payasam made with cracked wheat, jaggery and coconut milk — this is a delicious and decadent dish to make for festivals or on special occasions.
Vellarikka or Kerala style Cucumber curry is a simple side dish made with cucumbers, ground coconut and yogurt.
Theeyal is a typical Kerala side dish and is very similar to sambar or kuzhambu. Ulli theeyal is made with pearl onions with an amazing roasted coconut & tamarind spice paste. It tastes great when served with steamed rice.
Steamed Dessert from Kerala — Coconut-jaggery stuffing inside a rice flour crepe, then steamed until done. These are perfect to make for festivals and special occasions.
Blogging Marathon# 48: Week 3/ Day 1 Theme: Biryani of different Styles Dish: Kerala Vegetable Biryani The theme for this week’s blogging marathon is one of my favorite. My love for biryanis has made me try quite a few different varieties already. So when Valli had Biryani of different styles as one of the themes for this month’s marathon, I knew this was my chance to try 3 more delicious biryanis and add them to my repertoire. This Kerala Vegetable Biryani from Veg Recipes of India has been on my to-make list for quite a while now. This is a…
This is a tasty egg curry cooked with spices in Kerala style to serve along with Appams. Everyone in my household loves eggs and I’m always looking for different egg curries and this one was like by everyone. Recipe adapted from Nags recipe:
Blogging Marathon# 39 – Indian States: Day 14 State: Kerala Dish: Appam with Kerala Stew From Karnataka, we are going a little south to the beautiful state of Kerala. Kerala is known as God’s Own Country because of the beautiful beaches, backwaters, mountain ranges and breathtaking scenic views. It is one of the fastest growing tourist destination in the world. Kerala is the first state in India to be recognized as a completely literate state. Kerala has a large number of Hindu temples and the temples have unique traditions. We visited some of the temples and hill stations when we…