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Chilled Cashew nut milk with fruits, falooda sev and basil seeds…Yummy! This is quite a healthy and nutritious drink, ground cashew nuts are cooked in milk and condensed milk seasoned with saffron, chill the seasoned cashew nut milk. While serving, I added mixed fruits, falooda sev, soaked basil seeds, dates and honey. These made this drink so delicious. If...

Ghee roasted plantains are layered with egg, roasted apples and coconut and then baked; tasted delicious… I am a huge plantain lover, may be because I grew up in Kerala where plantains are abundantly available. And, we make so many different snacks using plantains. One of the famous evening snacks in Kerala is Pazhampori or plantain fritters. Most of the snacks...

Rich, creamy and scrumptious chicken dish… I go nuts for cashew nuts! If I get a box of cashew nuts I’ll be seen munching on them non stop. It’s noteworthy that the major share of the world raw cashew nuts production is imported by Kerala, that’s where I hail from. Cashew nuts are abundantly found in my hometown and it’s very common...

With just 3 ingredients and zero cooking you’ll have heaven in your mouth, No kidding! As you all know I am always in search of easy, breezy recipes which gives amazing outcome. If I happen to meet such recipes I would never let go, will try in my kitchen no matter what. This is one such recipe, by just looking at the ingredients you’ll never think this...

Celebrating the first anniversary of “Cooking with Thas” with this delicious Carrot Cashew Nuts Cake made specially by my dear hubby… Oh ya, my man can bake! April 28th, 2009 was the day when I posted the first recipe on my website. That means today is the first anniversary of my blog. I can’t believe it’s been a year already! Before...

Good Morning World!  “I do this everyday, I wake up in the morning and seeing the sun rising up over the horizon, I raise my eyes up into the heaven and Thank God for giving me the privilege to see this day”-Touching words from the person who successfully completed his 100 years of life, you heard me, 100 years. Can you believe this, living for 100 years...

Kaipola is a delicious sweet dish made with ripe plantain… Kaipola or steamed plantain cake is an authentic Malabar dish which is often served as an evening snack and also during Ramadan. Ripe plantain when shallow fried tastes delicious and will impart the needed sugar to this dish. It tastes rich and extremely yummy. Whenever I have plantains I am tempted...

Whenever I come across plantains, I make sure to buy it to make this dish. I love this dish as much as I love stuffed plantain fry (check for recipe). This is very easy to make and at the same time makes you want more. So when making this dish, make sure you make it generously, otherwise trust me you are going to make this again. This dish is very rich and nutritious,...

It’s crunchy on the outside, soft on the inside and tastes absolutely delicious… If you ask me what my favorite evening snack is, without any doubt I would have to say “Unnakaya”. This evening snack is very common and popular in my family. This is also a famous appetizer in Malabar cuisine, which is made with plantain. It is very easy to prepare...