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!
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!
Pradhaman is a popular payasam (pudding) served as a dessert in traditional Kerala feasts. This delicious treat is made with rice, jaggery and coconut milk.
This beans stir-fry cooked in traditional Kerala style is an easy, tasty preparation and healthy! It’s loaded with fibre, proteins, vitamins and minerals.
Pumpkin Erissery is a traditional Kerala dish prepared by cooking pumpkin and pulses with grated coconut and finished off with a garnish of roasted coconut.
Thalassery Biriyani is a delicious mix of fragrant rice, spices, and chicken in a soulful gravy, married together by slow cooking to absorb the flavours.
This chilli fried prawns is the prawn fry of the good times. Just five ingredients, minimum cooking time, and maximum deliciousness!
Kulukki Sarbat (Pineapple Limeade) is the ultimate fresh limeade from Kerala. It’s sweet, tangy, and mildly hot at the same time, making it a refreshing treat for your taste buds.
This delicious moringa (drumstick) leaves stir-fry is made with two superfoods – moringa and coconut. This traditional recipe is easy, healthy and tasty!
Prawns peera is an authentic Kerala delicacy celebrating some of the ingredients the state is famous for – most notably lovely seafood, prawns in this instance. Mellow sweetness of grated coconut, and the subtle tanginess of pot tamarind (kudampuli), with the understated heat from green chillies brings out the best of prawns.