Inji/Inchi (Ginger) Curry/ Inji Theeyal (Ginger in Roasted Coconut Gravy), Inji/Ginger Curry for Kerala Onam/Vishu Sadya/Sadhya, Thenga Varutharacha Inji Curry.

Inji/Inchi/Ginger Curry is a flavorsome dish from Kerala with the combination of spicy, sweet, sour and salty taste. It has an integral part of Kerala Onam/Vishu Sadya. Inji/Ginger has many medicinal values; especially it aids digestion. So keralite’s choose inji curry as part of sumptuous Sadhya meal (Sadhya is a variety of vegetarian dishes traditionally […]

Nadan Moru Curry/ Moru Charu/ Kaachiya Moru / Pullisseri (Butter Milk Curry with coconut ground paste Kerala Style)

Moru Curry/ Moru Charu/ Kaachiya Moru / Pullisseri (Butter Milk Curry with coconut ground paste) is a simple and tasty traditional recipe from Kerala, India. It is a mild spicy curry with yogurt, coconut and some spices. Moru Curry is an important recipe for Malayalee’s for their daily menu. They normally served it as a […]

Easy Rasam without Rasam Powder/ Koottu Rasam/ Basic Rasam Recipe

Rasam is a South Indian dish traditionally prepared with tamarind and tomato juice with added spices and garnish. In South India, Rasam serve with boiled rice or separately as a spicy soup. In Kerala, Rasam is an integral part of daily meals also indispensable recipe for their Onam and Vishu sadya (Sadya is a variety […]

Beetroot Pachadi (Kerala Style Mild Spicy Beetroot Curry / Beetroot in Coconut Yogurt Gravy/ Beetroot Recipe For Kerala Onam/ Vishu Sadya)

Pachadi/Pachady is a traditional Kerala side dish. In Kerala this dish can be made with different vegetables and fruits like winter melon/ ash gourd, cucumber, bitter gourd, beetroot, pineapple, mango, apple etc. and I have Kumbalanga Pachadi (Winter Melon Curry) recipe in my blog. Beetroot Pachadi is a beetroot preparation in mild spiced coconut and […]

Beetroot Thoran/Upperi (Beetroot Stir Fry with Coconut and Spices, Kerala Style)

Thoran is a coconut based recipe from Kerala, South India. Normally keralites prepare variety of Thoran with fresh and crunchy vegetables like cabbage, carrot, beans, beetroot, green plantain etc. It is a great side dish for Onam/Vishu sadya, Keralites Feasts. Beet Thoran is a great combo with steamed rice and I love that combo from […]

Beans Mezhukkupuratti with Thenga Kothu / French Beans Stir Fry Kerala Style

Beans Mezhukkupuratti /Beans Poriyal/ Beans Stir Fry is an authentic and tasty vegetable preparation from Kerala, India. The highlight of this recipe is its aromatic flavor of coconut oil, spicy taste of chilli flakes & garlic and the crunchy texture of roasted coconut bits. Normally in Kerala they used long beans/ achinga payar for this […]

Cherupayar Mathanga Erissery (Green Gram Pumpkin Curry Kerala Style)

Cherupayar Mathanga Erissery (Green Gram Pumpkin Curry Kerala Style) is a healthy, mild sweet and less spicy curry. This tasty vegetarian treat also an essential part of Kerala Onam and Vishu Sadya. In Kerala, this curry can be served on banana leaves as a side dish (dry or semi watery texture). In my home, everyone […]

Naadan Potato Theeyal (kerala Potato Curry with Roasted Coconut and Spices Powder)

Theeyal is a traditional delicacy from Kerala, India. Potato Theeyal is a simple, tasty and aromatic vegetarian dish. It is a combination of potato and roasted coconut & masala powder. In this recipe I used homemade Theeyal Powder and I added more shallots/ pearl onions for enhancing the taste of gravy. For this lent season […]

Carrot Thoran/ Carrot Upperi (Kerala Style Carrot Stir fry with Coconut Ground Paste)

Carrot Thoran/ Carrot Upperi (Carrot Stir fry with coconut ground paste) is a tasty and healthy Kerala style vegetable preparation.It is well goes with boiled rice or chappathi. It is an essential part of Onam/Vishu sadya, keralites feasts. Back home, in my school and college days it was one of my favorite lunch box side […]

Nenthrapazha/Ethappazha Pradhaman ( A Traditional Kerala Dessert with Banana)

Hi Keralite friends, are you ready to celebrate Onam? (Onam is the festival in Kerala, a state of India. It is considered as the harvest festival of Kerala since it comes after the first harvest of the season), how is your preparation going on?.Tomorrow is Thiruvonnam, I have already prepared Mango Pickle, Lemon Pickle, Banana […]