Kerala Recipes depict the history, culture and tradition of a typical malayalee. Kerala food recipes differ from district to district and the culinary skills involved in the preparation of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes are worth appreciation. Kerala recipes are unique and are known worldwide for the intelligent blend of spices like pepper, cardamom, cloves, cinnamon and ginger. Due to ample availability, coconut and rice based dishes are very popular in Kerala.
Muslims in Malabar are renowned for their non-vegetarian dishes like Thalassery Biriyani, Kallumakaya ularthu etc. The richness of Travancore traditional culture is depicted in the exotic preparation of seafood dishes. Dishes cooked with the available local ingredients are healthy and authentic for a foreign visitor who has change of oil, water and ambience.
Idiyappam with egg gravy, puttu with kadala curry, appam with chicken/beef/egg stew, idly with sambar/chutney are some of the common breakfast dishes. Lunch comprises of a typical meal with boiled rice, avial, sambar, thoran and pappad. There are also other crunchy items like pappad, banana chips and jackfruit chips which are included in a traditional Kerala meal. Enjoy the Kerala Recipes in pachakam.com.
Felafel is a traditional Arab food.Felafel is a lebanese deep fried balls or patties made from white chickpeas. Felafel csn be served along with hummus and tahini sauce.
Aloo tikki or potato patties are popular snack, traditionally when any snack is served with yogurt and chutney it is known as chaat. This is very popular with road side vendors, the aroma of the hot tikkis are enough to make you hungry.
Sole fish known as Manthal in malayalam is a best source of protein.its best to fry the fish just before serving.
vada pav is one of the most humble street food of mumbai, yet it is tasty and delicious.
A little sweet, a little spicy. This potato curry recipe tantalizes your taste buds with its different flavors. The sweet and sour potatoes is a nice variation to the traditional potato preparation and can be enjoyed as a side dish.
Bhel puri (or bhel poori, bhelpuri) is no doubt the most common chaat on the streets of Mumbai alongside the popular pav bhaji. this is easy and instant recipe which can prepare at home.
Spicy Aloo Bonda is deep fried savory appetizer made with spicy potato mix. When they are serve hot they are crispy outside and soft inside. This is a very popular street food in Mumbai. this recipe is more hot and crunchy in Rainy and winter season
Taro Stem Stir Fry is an excellent source of fibre,vitamins C and E,pottasium,magnesium and folic acid.It should boiled before eating,in order to remove the oxalates that cause irritation of the tongue.
Creamy Dates Milk Pudding is my own experiment that turned out great,and i couldnt think of another name for it.It's Creamy Milky and Tasty.
Whole Wheat in Palm Jaggery-Chakkara Gothambu is a whole wheat dessert.It is one of the famous desserts found in malabar muslim households.Here I use palm jaggery to sweeten the dessert.jaggery is immensely beneficial to the health and Its a healthy breakfast too....
Tender Coconut Pudding is a wonderful dessert .Tender Coconut Pudding can be made with coconut pulp,sugar and condensed milk. Tender Coconut gives the pudding a very special taste.
Aloo chaat is a popular snack found at north Indian road side vendors. This is A deep fried potato chaat from the streets of Delhi. This spice mix known as chaat masala can also be used to spice up any food.
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