Rava kesari is a melt in the mouth sweet made with semolina, ghee, sugar, etc. It is very popular in South India.
Cherypayar curry is an easy green gram curry made without coconut. This curry goes well with pathiri, appam, etc.
Macaroni and cheese or mac and cheese is a popular American dish. This is an easy recipe for creamy macaroni and cheese made on the stovetop.
Ulli vada or onion fritters are one of the most popular spicy snacks at tea stalls in Kerala.
Garlic rice is a garlic flavored butter rice garnished with crunchy garlic chips.
French toast is a quick and easy breakfast made of sliced bread soaked in a mixture of egg and milk then toasted in a pan.
Mashed potatoes are the most loved side dish. And it only requires a few basic ingredients.
Idli is a steamed South-Indian breakfast made with ground and fermented raw rice and urad dal.
Homemade pineapple jam without adding any preservatives.
Mutton masala is an Indian style mutton curry made with onion, tomato, spices, etc.
Egg roast is a spicy side dish for breakfast. It is made with boiled eggs, onion, tomato, spices, etc.
lemon almond syrup cake, an extremely moist and buttery dessert cake with a refreshing lemon flavor.
Almond milk is an easy to make nutritious milk. You can use this milk in any way that you would use regular milk.
This is an easy chicken cutlet recipe with minced chicken, potato, and spices.
Thakkali curry is an easy Kerala style tomato curry. If you are looking for a quick vegetarian side dish recipe, try this.
These coconut cookies are very crispy and buttery with a mild coconut flavor.
Pork ularthiyathu is a Kerala style pork dry roast. Fatty pork is best suited for this recipe as it makes the dish tastier.
Omanayappam is a beautiful, soft, and fluffy appam. It is an easy version of traditional kallappam.
Sukhiyan is one of the most selling snacks at tea stalls in Kerala. It is made with green gram, jaggery, grated coconut, etc.
Onion tomato raita is a simple onion tomato curd salad. It is a must-have side dish with biriyanis and pulaos.