This is not a typical batter fried chicken. This is not a typical Indian chicken fry either! Enough of all the negativity. It takes less than 45 minutes from reading this recipe to serving some great food – try this recipe, and cook some amazing fried chicken. Crispy on the outside, tender and juicy inside – this fried chicken ticks all the boxes! By the way, the name comes from the coriander powder used in the marinade.
Spicy Mixture – This humble snack, in its various avatars, is a popular, omnipresent item in all bakeries and hot chips shops across Kerala. When you have guests at home for tea, the spread is not complete without a serving of mixture. Despite being a big fan of the mixture, I had never thought that one day I’ll make this at home.
You can also make this at home. No additives, no preservatives, and no reused oil! Just a tasty, crispy snack!
This Kerala Chicken Curry (Nadan Chicken Curry) is from my granma’s kitchen. An all-time family favourite, I learned this heirloom recipe from my mom.
￼Ivy Gourd, also known as Tindora or baby watermelon, is a tropical plant which grows as a vine. It is a popular ingredient in Indian, Malaysian and Thai recipes.
This is an ideal summer recipe – requires you to spend very less time in kitchen, without compromising on taste!
Try this easy fried rice recipe, and cook a delicious dinner tastier and healthier than your favourite takeaway fried rice.
This Easter, enjoy your Sunday brunch with a Kerala style chicken stew. This mildly spiced, creamy stew can be paired with appam, bread or chapatis.
Are you ready for some sticky, juicy, finger licking good, fried chicken? This easy-peasy honey fried chicken is comfort food at its best.
This onion and pepper crab marries the delicate flavours of crab with the sweetness of caramelized onions and the punctuated fieriness of black pepper.
Goan cuisine is not just about their seafood. Check out this wonderful chicken recipe that brings together a variety of spices and grated coconut in a succulent chicken curry.
Summer is coming. Here is a refreshing drink from the coasts of Goa. Kokum juice is a popular drink from Goa. Kokum, also called Malabar Tamarind, is known for its digestive qualities and is a rich source of vitamins. It is an essential part of the Goan cuisine, and can be found across the recipes f