Vazhappoo Vada (Banana Flower Nuggets)
Vazhapindi Thoran (Banana-tree-stem Sauteed)
Vazhappoo Thoran (Banana Flower Sauteed)
Green Peas Curry is a very tasty side dish made with dry green peas. Dry green peas are soaked in sufficient water until soft. It is a traditional and authentic favorite in Kerala Cuisine cooked in coconut milk. It is coconut milk that grants a delicious flavor and thickness to this Curry. Porotta with Green Peas Curry is a delicious combo, a favorite with all age group. This tasty side dish can be served with appam, idiyappam, dosa and chappati. This Curry is well illustrated in simple meaningful sentences. Enjoy the dish.
Kadala Curry in Kerala Style is a treasured breakfast dish from God’s own country. Chickpeas are protein rich and our coconut milk blended gravy goes well with puttu, appam and chappati. This fragrant and mildly spiced Kadala Curry in Kerala Style is well illustrated in meaningful simple steps. This authentic and traditional Kadala Curry cooked in Kerala Style is a lip smacking favorite, very filling and comforting to see you through the day. It is coconut milk that elevates the flavor of the curry and provides the needed gravy to Kadala Curry. Cooked chickpeas or kadala is sauted with onion, tomato and other spicy ingredients. Thick coconut milk is added in the end with garam masala and pepper powder sprinkled on top. Enjoy our Kadala Curry in Kerala Style.This is easy preparation and the spicy flavor is captivating.
Cheera (Kerala Red Spinach) Curry
Cashew Chicken Curry is a rich combination of blended cashew mixture. The spicy, aromatic gravy is tempting and irresistible. Cashew Chicken Curry is unique and special with chicken pieces cooked in freshly blended onion mixture and other spicy ingredients. Chicken in protein rich and nutritious with vital nutrients required for body. Cashew Chicken Curry with its flavorful gravy goes perfect with porotta, roti, almost anything. You can explore a well detailed Cashew Chicken Curry here that can be easily prepared at home.
Kerala Nadan Beef Curry is an all-time favorite beef dish among Malayalees especially Christians. Festivals like Easter and Christmas are never complete without beef curry dishes. Nadan Beef Curry is one such delicacy that goes well with appam, puttu, tapioca, chappati and rice. Here is a simple version of a delicious kerala beef curry cooked in nadan authentic kerala style. Beef pieces are cooked in a fried red chilly mixture. The tempting aroma and spicy flavor of this Thattukada or street side fast food, is worth a try. Sauteed with fried onions, ginger and garlic, grants Nadan Beef Curry the rich tempting aromatic flavor. Our Nadan Beef Curry recipe is well illustrated in simple steps and the ingredients are clearly specified.
Kerala Mutton Curry prepared in traditional style is a special aromatic dish that goes well with almost anything. Mutton pieces are cooked in a blended mixture of roasted red chillies and other ingredients. Kerala Mutton curry cooked in Nadan style is a very popular non-vegetarian side dish in Kerala cuisine. Mutton curry as the name implies, is prepared with meat chunks cooked in a fried red chilly spicy blend. Sauteing the cooked mutton pieces in sufficient oil along with ginger, garlic and other spicy condiments tenderizes the meat granting it the unique flavor and taste.
Kerala mutton curry is a favorite with Malayalees that goes well with porotta, chappathi, naan and even rice. Tender mutton is pinkish in color with a soft texture and this is recommended for preparing nadan mutton curry. Goat meat is relatively low in fat and cholesterol compared to beef, and pork.