Tag: kerala recipes

Sundakkai Arachuvitta Vathakuzhambu

Sundakkai is called as turkish berry in English and vathakuzhambu usully means the famous puli kuzhambu. To make the puli kuzhambu version of vathakuzhambu, we use sundakkai vathal (sun dried turkish berry) and we donot use any dhal or ground masala. This is Palakkad style vathakuzhambu where we use fresh turkish berry aka sundakkai. Also this vathakuzhambu looks like sambar...

Vaazhakkai podimas

Plantain/vazhakkai is one of the common vegetable that is used in almost all Kerala recipes – Mulagootal, moorukoottaan,mezhukkuperatti,aviyal, etc., Vaazhakkai Podimas is a simple South Indian style stir fry with Raw bananas. It should be made with unripened bananas else its taste will be spoiled. It is slighlt different from the vazhakkai varuval/mezhukkuperatti and everyone likes it. INGREDIENTS (Plantain)Vaazhakkai – 1 Turmeric...

Nenthrai / Banana chips

Nenthrai/ Banana chips is one of the famous traditionsl snacks in Kerala and other parts of South india. It is made with a variety of banana called Nenthrai. This is different from raw plantain that we use to make sabzis and curries. Ripened nenthrai is very good for health and we can make lot of recipes with it. I love...

Koorka mezhukkuperatti

Koorkai is one of the famous tubers that grows mostly in South Indian states like Tamilnadu and Kerala. The best translation that I got from the internet for koorkai is Chinese potato. This is one of my favourite vegetables. They are cultivated during July and August in Kerala. And you can harvest it after four to five months from planting....

Molagashiyam

Molagashiyam is an authentic Kerala Brahmin’s recipe. It is made usually using one type of vegetable raw banana, yam, pumpkin, ash gourd, potato or snake gourd though nowadays beans, cabbage, carrots, etc are used; this list of vegetables is not exhaustive and occasionally a combination of two vegetables like potato and White pumpkin, Snake gourd and white pumpkin. This is the...

Tomato(thakkali) pachadi

Thakkali pachadi is an authentic kerala recipe made with tomatoes, coconut paste and red chillies. This is a very easy and simple recipe for the beginners. Whenever this is made, there is no left out. It is spicy as well as sweet. INGREDIENTS Tomatoes – 10 Salt – As required Turmeric powder – A pinch Jaggery – 2 tbsp For...

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