This masala egg fry elevates boiled eggs to a different level. It is a wonderful combination of black peppercorns, red chillies, and coriander seeds with a hint of cumin.
If you love idli, you cannot say no to this terrific combo of delicious, super healthy ragi idlis and the lip-smacking pepper coconut chutney. You have a perfect breakfast when you pair these soft, fluffy idlis with this fantastic, one-of-a-kind, six pepper medley coconut chutney.
This Egg Curry Kerala Style is packed with flavours – it has subtle sweetness from onions, creaminess from coconut milk, mild tanginess from tomato, and a hint of heat from chillies.
Mildly spiced Kerala mutton stew is made by simmering morsels of mutton and potato in coconut milk. Here is a simple, pressure-cooker version of this hearty delicacy.
Pazham pori (banana fritters) made with ripe bananas and a simple batter, along with a glass (never a cup) of tea is Kerala’s favourite teatime snack combo!
Masala Omelette, cooked with onions, tomatoes, chillies, turmeric powder and coriander leaves add a much-appreciated oomph to regular omelettes.
Easy Shakshuka – Eggs cooked just enough in a bubbling sauce of tomatoes, bell peppers, garlic, cumin and paprika, and all the wonderful aromas with it!
Here is the thing about this spinach omelette. It’s amazingly simple, easy-to-cook, healthy, and with a great balance of flavours. It’s delicious!
This is an easy, everyday pancake. It just takes 5 minutes to make the batter, and another 10-15 minutes to cook and serve them. Loaded with the sweetness of dates, and crunchiness of almonds, this pancake is going to win over your breakfast audience. They are sweet and moist that you can serve them without any syrup.
Egg bhurji, to me, is like an Indian version of scrambled eggs. It’s not that a traditional scrambled eggs is not sufficient. It’s just that we love our spices, and we love to show them off!