Kaya Mezhukkupuratti is a simple and flavorful dish from Kerala prepared with raw banana. This stir fry goes well with rice. Kaya Mezhukkupuratti is a kerala style simple stir fry where the raw banana is blanched and then seasoned with coconut oil. Mezhukkupuratti can be made with many vegetables but the popular ones being Kaya(Raw Banana), Chena(Elephant Yam), Carrot, Achinga Payar(Long Kaya) etc. This is a nutritious dish that can be easily prepared at home. You can explore a well detailed recipe here.
Andhra Fish Pulusu (Curry) is an authentic and tasty fish delicacy that goes very well with rice. Fleshy fish like Porgees or Tilapia taste best for the dish. Andhra Fish Pulusu is unique and special and you will discover that the recipe is very different from usual Kerala fish curries. The spicy tangy tamarind flavored Andhra Fish Pulusu is a lovely fish curry, very tempting and finger licking. Fish is nutritious, rich in vital ingredients required for body. You can explore a well detailed Andhra Fish Pulusu With Video here.
Shrimp fried along with head is a delicacy in Kerala. Shrimp is deep fried along with curry leaves, garlic and green chillies. The crispy head of the shrimp is so tasty. A must try recipe for shrimp lovers. Please adjust the spiciness to your liking.
Detailed instruction of cleaning shrimp and head is in the video.
Cauliflower Egg Stir Fry is a very tasty dish that goes well with rice or roti. Even if you do not like cauliflower, this dish can change that opinion. This is a very quick dish without much effort and adding egg to this makes this dish stand out. You can provide this like kati roll for office or school lunch. I got this recipe from my mother in law. This is a regular dish in my home now. Kids love it. Cauliflower Egg Stir Fry is a nutritious dish and chart out the dish in your menu chart. Cauliflower is healthy rich in vital nutrients required for body. You can explore a well detailed recipe here that can be easily prepared at home. Check out the video of the recipe for detailed information. Please do share with your family and friends.
Mutton Liver fry with Pepper is a very healthy dish, it contains B vitamins and especially vitamin B12.
This liver fry is very well explained in the video. Mutton liver should not be cooked more than 5 minutes. Liver cooks very fast and it can turn hard if it is cooked for more than 5 minutes.
Enjoy the mutton liver pepper fry.
Mutton Kadai Dhaba Style is a delicious mutton curry which goes so well with roti and naan. The kasoori methi leaves and julian ginger provides a unique taste to this mutton kadai. This recipe uses little bit extra oil, which is essential in this dish but the floating oil can be removed at the end. The dish is based on tomato and curd.
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No fried rice can beat the taste of Thai Basil Chicken Fried Rice. The taste of jasmine rice with spicy chilly flakes powder and basil leaves gives this dish an enhanced taste. Basil Chicken fried can be made very easy at home, kids will love this dish. You do not need to make an extra curry to have with this.
Basil leaves must be Thai basil, it is very different from the regular basil leaves. Chilly flakes powder can be adjusted to your spice level. The more spicy, the taste is better. Che
A juicy lamb chops made with lamb shoulder cut. This is a quick meal for a whole family, kids will love it. This can be made in an iron griddle or thick bottom pan in the kitchen itself. I would prefer not to grill it because it may become dry and fat will be burned in the grill. Adding coriander leaves and kasuri methi gives a nice Indian touch to this lamb chops.
This lamb chops is made with very less Ingredients like cumin powder, garlic, paprika powder, pepper powder which are all available at home.
This is an exact recipe for egg kothu porotta which you can get in small shops in tamilnadu. I have been looking for this taste for a long time and was able to get the recipe talking to chefs in tamilnadu. Check out the video below the recipe direction. Muttai Parotta as it is called in Tamil Nadu is a dish based on a the Sri Lankan version, where it originated as Kothu Roti. It is made using paratha , eggs, some meat, and a spicy curry or gravy that are tossed together in a hot cast-iron griddle with sufficient oil. Kothu means ‘minced’ in Tamil where the small strips of soft and flaky parottas are coated with a medley of spices and salna (gravy) and pounded into a mince using the edge of a flat spatula. In most restaurants it is served with raita but you can savor the dish without any accompaniment. Its a meal on its own, very filling and full of flavor.
This is a super simple and tasty kothu porotta recipe made with left over mutton gravy. You can also use vegetable kuruma or chicken gravy. Kids will enjoy this kothu porotta. There are not many ingredients and time needed if you have the porotta and gravy.
Kerala thattukada chicken fry is a spicy chicken fry made with red chilly flakes. This kozhi porichathu is an easy to make kerala chicken fry with simple ingredients. The chicken fried in coconut oil and curry leaves really enhance the taste. Good old days, the chicken fry you get in thattukada was so tasty. Now a days you need to be lucky to get that kind of taste. So I was trying to recreate the taste and I believe this recipe could full fill the Kerala thattukada chicken fry taste. This Kerala Chicken Fry is so delicious with porotta and chapathi.
Try this Kerala chicken fry recipe to impress your family and friends. Please check out the video of this nadan kozhi porichathu below the recipe.