Uppumavu

Uppumavu made usually with Rava or Vermicelli is a popular breakfast dish of Kerala. Learn how to prepare tasty and delicious Uppumavu Ingredients Green Chillies (Chopped) – 3 or 4 Ginger (minced finely) – A small piece (about 1 inch long) Dry Red Chillies – 4 Onion (chopped into fine...

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Puttu

Puttu or steamed rice cake is a popular breakfast dish of Kerala. Puttu with Kadala curry, banana or pappadam is a great combination. Learn how to prepare tasty puttu. Ingredients Rice Flour – 2 cups Grated Coconut – 1 cup Ghee – 1/2 tbsp, melted Water – as required (approx 2/3 cup) Salt...

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Idiyappam

Idiyappam or Kerala rice noodles are white soft tasty breakfast popular in Kerala. It goes well with spicy non veg curries. Learn how to prepare yummy idiyappams. Ingredients Rice flour – 2 cups Water -1 1/2 to 2 cups. Salt – 1/2 tsp. Coconut oil – 2 drops Grated coconut – 1/2 cup...

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Fish Molee

Fish Molee is a variety of fish curry popular in Kerala made with coconut milk. Learn how to make traditional and delicious Fish moli Ingredients Pomphret, Pearl Spot, Mullet or Seer fish – 1/2 Kg Onion  – 2 (thinly sliced) Ginger – 2 inches (sliced) Garlic – 10 to 12...

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Pazhampori

Pazhampori also called as Ethakka appam is the fried banana fritters which is a popular snack of Kerala. Learn how to prepare yummy Pazhampori Ingredients Banana – 4 Refined flour – 100 g Yellow colour – 4 drops Cumin seed – 1 pinch Sugar – 100 g Refined oil –...

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Appam

Appam is one of the famous breakfast of Kerala. It is popular among the Malayalees and goes well with spicy non veg curries. Learn how to make Appam Ingredients White rice – 2 cups Grated coconut – 1 cup Cooked rice – 2 tsp Sugar – 2 tbsp Yeast –...

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Ada Pradhaman

Ada pradhaman, a favorite dessert among the Malayalees is made using ada with coconut milk and jaggery. Learn how to prepare yummy Ada Pradhaman Ingredients Raw rice – 1 cup Sugar – 1 cup Coconuts – 2 Jaggery – ½ kg For Garnishing Cashews – ¼ cup Raisins – ¼...

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