Mambazha Pulissery, made with ripe mangoes, coconut, yoghurt, green chillies, and spices, is a summertime curry from Kerala. This mild curry, deliciously sweet from the mangoes and lightly tangy from the yoghurt, is paired with rice for a perfect summer day lunch.
Ingredient: curry leaves
Tear a piece of parotta soaked in the chicken salna and put it in your mouth. The slightly watery gravy of salna will slowly trickle into the flaky parotta. When they meet, there is magic!
Thalassery Style Sardine Fry
Thalassery style sardine fry involves slow-cooking the fish by frying in a base of grated coconut, rice flour, dry chillies, ginger, and curry leaves.
Small pieces of chicken slow-cooked in a blend of chilli powder, coriander powder, and a freshly-ground red chilli paste – that is chicken perattu for you.
Masala Egg Fry
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.
Liver Masala Curry
Full-flavoured chicken livers cooked by simmering in a curry base of onions, tomatoes, and a combination of popular Indian spices. This liver masala curry is an experience you should try!
Chicken Chinthamani is a delicious, roasted-style chicken preparation that you’ll love cooking and sharing. Bite-sized pieces of fried chicken cooked with crushed chilli flakes, curry leaves, and a dash of vinegar. It is incredibly simple, yet amazingly delicious chicken!
Think of potato podimas as a flavourful Indian version of mashed potatoes cooked with a seasoning of mustard seeds, urad dal, and curry leaves.
Kerala Duck Pepper Roast
This Kerala duck pepper roast is the only recipe you will need for a laid-back weekend cooking. Small pieces of duck meat slow-cooked until they are coated with a reduced spice base with a kick of black pepper. Mouthwatering, isn’t it?
Kerala prawn curry
This Kerala prawn curry is a celebration of fresh, in season seafood. It’s tangy from the pot tamarind, creamy from the coconut milk, and mildly hot from the bird’s eye chillies.