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This is the recipe of my SIL. I prepared this recipe for Iftar. My hubby and BIL love this dish very much. It’s like how u prepare normal ada, but slight difference. I steamed this ada with spicy coating, then shallow fried I. It tastes delicious when served warm. Do try this recipe. Hope everyone will love it!!! Fried Prawns Ada   Print Prep time...

  It is a very delicious and delightful dish used in the middle and northern part of Kerala.This classic and lip smacking Kerala Delicacy is a one pot meal, smaller rice dumplings are steamed and mixed with the flavorful meat / prawn dishes. Preparation Pictures Kozhi Pidi / Kunji Pathal (Curried Chicken and rice dumplings)   Print Prep time 30 mins...

A healthy appetizer; it’s steam cooked and it tastes good… Today was the hottest day I have ever experienced after coming to Canada, it was 45 degrees C. After having heavy rain for the past few weeks, this sizzling hot weather is unbelievable for us. Having experienced the sizzling hot weather for a few days in Dubai (it was around 55 degrees C), I shouldn’t...

Fried orotti and chicken curry, one of my favorite combinations… Hope those who observe fast is having a wonderful Ramadan, mine is going great. Starting my day without sipping that one cup of hot coffee, I thought it was going to be hard. However, when I overcame that tempting thought, I felt energized and fresh. It’s all in the mind and fasting in deed...

This is a Guest post by Nisha  Jangiri is a very popular sweet in South India.Wedding feasts in South India are mostly accompanied by this glossy, flower shaped (slurpy!!:)) sweets. I think this celebrity sweet had enough intro,so lets go dig in the recipe 🙂 Source: Vahchef + a little modification   JANGIRI   Print Author: Nishas Recipe type:...

One of the popular Kerala breakfasts… Rekindling old memories! Puttu or steamed wet rice flour, payar or mung bean stir fry and pappadam or lentil wafers: the sight of these dishes together in a plate itself will make any Keralites drool. This has been a breakfast delicacy of Kerala for so many centuries and is still devoured by many with so much greed. Puttu...

Kinnathappam with a twist, jaggery or brown cane sugar is added instead of granulated sugar… Remember my kinnathappam post? If you haven’t read that post yet, here you go. Kinnathappam is my mom’s speciality dessert, I continue to brag that my mom still prevails as the “queen of kinnathappam making”. It’s a South Indian delicacy,...

Crispiness, crunchiness and yumminess… Murukku is a popular snack in South India. This snack always came along with my grandma when she visited us. Without a doubt, grandmas fried murukku tastes delicious. This is also available at almost all snack stores in South India, however home made murukku tastes better than the store bought ones. This was the first...

Delicacy of Kerala… Hope everyone had a fun Easter weekend. It was quite a relaxing weekend for me, as always it went in jet speed. On every Sunday night I wish if I could freeze that day so that Monday will never approach. Before my wish goes live, there pops out a question “If you freeze Sunday, wouldn’t you be missing out all the exciting things...

Why does frying make everything so delicious??? I had already posted the recipe for making Orotti or rice roti, one of the famous rotis in Malabar cuisine. This is very popular in my family as well. Orotti along with chicken/mutton or fish curry tastes extremely delicious. There is another variation of orortti which is called Ney orotti or Fried orotti in which the...