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Raw Papaya Stir-Fry Freshly grated raw papaya, and freshly grated coconut form the heart and soul of this dish. These fresh ingredients are stir-fried in coconut oil with shallots, mustard seeds, curry leaves and garden-fresh green chillies with a pinch of turmeric to create this tasty, aromatic, and healthy stir fry.
This pressure cooker mutton biryani is an easy-to-cook version of the famed Malabar mutton biryani. Jeerakasala rice cooked with whole spices, soaking up the flavours of juicy mutton simmered with onions, spices, mint and coriander leaves – it is a union that you cannot refuse!
Garam Masala - warm, aromatic and easy homemade Indian spice mix for flavoring your Indian recipes. This authentic spice blend recipe is the best ever and quick to make. Easy to store and with a variety of uses for Indian dishes, such as, rice pilafs, meats, chicken, stews, vegetables, curries, snacks and more. Garam masala is vegan, gluten free, nut free, freezer friendly and has amazing health benefits. #Indianrecipe #garammasala #spices
'The Take It Easy' Fried Rice Every time we have a get-together, my cousin makes this signature dish of his. And each time we cannot get enough of it. To celebrate the Easter long weekend, I thought of making this amazing dish myself. It turned out really well. Here it is...'The Take It Easy' version of the fish fried rice. Replace the fish, with small pieces of chicken, and you have a delicious chicken fried rice. * If you are not a big fan of fish, replace with small pieces of chicken, and ...
If you have been to a traditional Kerala feast (Sadya), at a wedding, a ceremony, or a festival like Onam, you would have definitely come across and tasted Avial (Aviyal), served alongside twenty or more other vegetarian dishes, and felt amazed how elegantly it stood out as the hero on the plate (or the plantain leaf in truly traditional instances).
Shakshuka or shakshouka is a dish made by poaching eggs in a sauce made up of tomatoes, capsicum (bell peppers) and spices. Onions and garlic are also commonly used in the sauce base, while the most popular spice choices include cumin and paprika.
Kerala Fish Curry Naadan mulakkita meen curry - This unique style of preparation involves slow cooking with pot tamarind (kudampuli), and keeping it aside for 4-5 hours to infuse the flavours. Sourness of the tamarind, and the mild heat from the chilli powder forms the character of this fish curry.
This beans stir-fry cooked in traditional Kerala style is an easy, tasty preparation that's super healthy too! It's loaded with fibre, proteins, vitamins and minerals. This preparation is a blend of two cooking styles - thoran (cooked with grated coconut) and mezhukkupurati (cooked by stir-frying in oil).
This recipe is from one of the most aromatic and spiciest cuisines of India - Chettinad! Chettinad cuisine, from the Chettinad region of the South Indian state Tamil Nadu, is known for it's distinctly aromatic and spicy style. It has a lot of flavours going on, so finding the perfect blend of spices is the key.
Roasted butternut squash with coconut, cumin and ginger is savory, gluten-free, perfectly tender, infused with flavorful spices and rich in nutrients! A delicious and spicy way to entertain or warm up in winter! This is a simple and easy recipe you can bake in the oven. Great for fall and the holidays. Vegan option. #butternutsquash #sidedish