Ragi Manni is a traditional, healthy dessert made with finger millets, jaggery, and coconut milk. This pudding with its jelly-like consistency is super-easy to make and tastes great when served chilled.
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.
Coated with a flavoursome masala and fried in coconut oil, this Kerala fish fry is the best! It’s delightfully crispy on the outside and succulent inside!
This apple crisp (or apple crumble depending on which side of the road you drive on) is a classic dessert, but with an “ancient” twist! The twist is, this recipe uses an “ancient grain” – millet instead of oats.
This crispy oven-baked sweet potato chips and watermelon salsa is a great snack combination that you can indulge in without feeling guilty!
If you like pizza (who doesn’t!) and love cooking at home, this pesto pizza ticks all the boxes! Check out this recipe and make the pizza from scratch.
Andhra chilli chicken is a hot, spicy, and mildly tangy indulgence that’ll add to your food memories. It’s fiery and highly addictive! You have been warned!
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!
This Asian style dried red chilli chicken is cooked with two main ingredients – soy sauce and dry red chillies which are very low in spicy heat!
This chilli paneer dry celebrates some of the finest Indian spices. It takes just 30 minutes to make this simple, flavourful delicacy from scratch!