Chicken 65 is one of the most popular South Indian dishes made with boneless chicken. It can be served either as an appetizer or as a side dish.
Elanchi is a crepe with sweet coconut filling. It can be served as a tea time snack.
Mango milkshake, the yummiest milkshake I have ever had! This is a rich, creamy drink using mangoes and milk.
Beef ularthiyathu is a traditional Kerala style beef dry roast. It is very popular among Kerala Christians.
This Kerala style mango pickle will enhance the taste of your meal. And it is very easy to prepare.
Moru kachiyathu is nothing but seasoned buttermilk. This is one of the easiest curries which can be made in 10 minutes or less.
Chicken fry with Indian spices, my favourite recipe to serve as an appetizer.
Kallappam is a fermented rice pancake. Traditionally kallu (toddy) is used for fermenting the batter. It can also be made using yeast.
Kerala plum/fruit cake, a wonderful cake to celebrate Christmas. Caramel syrup gives this cake a unique flavor and color.
Ghee rice or nei choru is a simple and aromatic rice preparation popular in Kerala.
Chicken curry made with tomato, coconut milk and spices. It goes well with rice, appam etc.
Kozhukatta, a healthy tea time snack. It is a rice dumpling with grated coconut and jaggery filling.
Sweet diamond cuts or aaram number is a deep fried crispy snack. It can be stored in an airtight container for a few days.
This sweet and sour pickle is a bit time consuming but well worth it. It goes well with biriyani, ghee rice etc.
Paal payasam is a traditional Kerala dessert made with broken rice, milk and sugar.
Panna cotta is a melt in mouth Italian dessert which can be prepared in advance. It tastes great with homemade butterscotch sauce.
Chicken dry roast made without tomatoes. It is very tasty and easy to make.
These eggless butter cookies are so buttery and crispy. And it only requires a few basic ingredients.
Kerala beef cutlet is one of the crowd – pleasing appetizers. You can make this ahead and freeze for later use.