These baked potato wedges are crispy on the outside, succulent on the inside, and packed with a load of flavours! You got to try it only once to believe how good they are!
Ingredient: coconut oil
Morsels of chicken cooked with fragrant lemongrass and simmered in […]
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 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.
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.
Naadan mulakkita meen curry – This unique style of preparation involves slow cooking with pot tamarind (kudampuli), and keeping it aside for 4-5 hours to infuse the flavours. Sourness of the tamarind, and the mild heat from the chilli powder forms the character of this fish curry.
Kappa / Cassava – Mustard seeds, curry leaves, crushed dry chillies, and garlic, fried in coconut oil and mixed with mushy tapioca with a seasoning of turmeric and salt. For me, that’s the gooey joy of food!
Freshly grated raw papaya, and freshly grated coconut form the heart and soul of this dish. These fresh ingredients are stir-fried in coconut oil with shallots, mustard seeds, curry leaves and garden-fresh green chillies with a pinch of turmeric to create this tasty, aromatic, and healthy stir fry.