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Kerala Recipes

parotta recipe

Parotta Recipe

Learn how to make Parotta recipe, a street food of Tamil Nadu. A gem among South Indian breakfast recipes, its served with salna & parotta dough has no egg.



egg roast

Kerala Egg Roast

Egg roast with Appam is the best breakfast food combination among Kerala style recipes. Nadan egg roast is flavorful and one of the best Indian egg dishes.



vegetable stew

Kerala Vegetable Stew

Vegetable Stew recipe is a healthy, easy and quick to make dish among Kerala recipes.This vegetarian dish is served with Appam, Kerala style white pancakes.



appam vegetable stew

Appam Recipe

Appam recipe is made with rice and fresh coconut with or without yeast.Its popular among Kerala breakfast recipes that are healthy, simple and easy to make.



puttu kadala

Kadala Curry

Puttu Kadala curry is a classic breakfast and culinary gem among Kerala vegetarian recipes. Kadala, coconut based black chickpeas curry served with Puttu.



puttu recipe

Puttu

Kerala food at its best. Puttu is a rice flour based traditional breakfast recipe that is usually served with Kadala (black chickpeas) curry or banana.



kerala style egg curry

Kerala Style Egg Curry

Kerala Egg Curry, a subtly spiced sauce with coconut milk is one of the classic recipes of Kerala dishes. It goes well with Idiyappam, Appam, Puttu & Rotis



idiyappam

Idiyappam with Egg Curry

Idiyappam is a traditional dish for breakfast from cuisine of Kerala.Idiyappam recipe is prepared with Idiyappam maker and served with either Stew or Curry.



chicken-stew

Kerala Chicken Stew

Chicken stew with Appam is a popular breakfast fare in Kerala. Simple, aromatic, hearty stew that is sure to win many a heart. Chicken and potato cubes are slowly simmered in a subtly spiced coconut milk base. You can even add vegetables like carrot, beans and peas and increase the nutrition profile of the stew.This culinary gem of Kerala cuisine makes for a decent side with roti, paratha and rice too other than appam and puttu.



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Munchies from a Kerala home ~ Guest post by Shn of Mishmash

Continuing on the food trail series, today we have Shn of MishMash share with us two traditional Kerala snacks and a comprehensive article on Kerala snacks. Shn’s blog is home to authentic Kerala recipes and to learn about the typical Kerala traditional Sadya feast, one must visit Mishmash. Shn meticulously crafted many a Kerala authentic […]