Pavakka theeyal is a traditional Kerala delicacy made with roasted coconut, spices and tamarind. Made with bitter gourd,this is a treat for your taste buds.
Rating: 5 stars
Tasty ginger prawns (shrimps) with warm aroma of ginger, mellow richness of silky cream, and mild fieriness from chilies and black pepper, – pure bliss!
Everything about this desi delicacy is celebratory. This restaurant style paneer butter masala is pure, divine Indian food at its best!
If you want to make a beautiful, elegant dessert without having to worry about spending a lot of time executing it, look no further! Caramel Custard is that ultimate delight!! Made with ingredients that you’ll always have handy at home, this classic pudding is a visual treat and offers a wonderful note to end your dinners.
Made with a handful of ingredients, pappada vada is a crispy snack ideal for your evening tea. Mix the ingredients, make a batter, dip, and fry the papadams – it takes only a few minutes. You’ll be surprised at how the papadam transforms into a signature snack.
Morsels of chicken fried over a low flame with grated coconut and spices – This Kori Sukka brings together all the great flavours of the Konkan coast.
If something can be called a bowl of happiness, this could well be it. Khow Suey is a delicious noodle dish from Burma made with egg noodles, curried chicken and coconut milk. Served with a variety of condiments, each spoon full of soup you eat will be bursting with flavours! Khow Suey is probably the first thing that comes to mind when you think about Burmese cuisine. ￼
I have been asked why my posts are always about chicken, meat, fish or seafood. They ask “Do you not eat (or cook) any vegetables?”. The answer is “yes, I do.” In fact, while growing up, for every meal, my mom used to serve two vegetable based curries. Even now, we have at least one vegetable dish included in our lunch and dinner meals. But, for me, the “hero” in all those meals has been the protein, which is the aforesaid chicken, meat or fish. That’s why I almost, always, post these “hero” recipes.
This is not a typical batter fried chicken. This is not a typical Indian chicken fry either! Enough of all the negativity. It takes less than 45 minutes from reading this recipe to serving some great food – try this recipe, and cook some amazing fried chicken. Crispy on the outside, tender and juicy inside – this fried chicken ticks all the boxes! By the way, the name comes from the coriander powder used in the marinade.
This Kerala Chicken Curry (Nadan Chicken Curry) is from my granma’s kitchen. An all-time family favourite, I learned this heirloom recipe from my mom.