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.
Ingredient: green chillies
Andhra Chilli Chicken
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!
Masala Omelette, cooked with onions, tomatoes, chillies, turmeric powder and coriander leaves add a much-appreciated oomph to regular omelettes.
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.
Chilli Paneer (Indian Cottage Cheese)
Chilli paneer – spicy fried Indian cottage cheese cubes cooked with onions, capsicum (bell peppers), a hint of soy sauce and garnished with spring onions.
Thalassery Chicken Biriyani
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.
Easy Baby Corn Noodles
This baby corn noodles is a super-easy, rustic bowl of food to cheer you up after a busy day of work. Onions, capsicum, and baby corn, cooked in soy sauce form the soul of this noodle dish.
Kulukki Sarbat (Pineapple Limeade)
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.
Dal (lentils), tempered (tadka) with spices – this dal tadka is the easiest interpretation of the iconic Indian delicacy, and the only recipe you’ll need.
Chunks of chicken coated in a sticky base of flavours – it is all subtle, yet finely balanced with a lot of garlic (without overdoing it), a dash of vinegar, a pinch of sugar, a hint of chillies. You want to go back to that plate again and again!