It can be paired with rice, puttu, chapathi and more.
Quail egg and meat are indeed considered nutritious, so much so that there is a saying in Malayalam ‘Aayiram kozhikku ara kaada’, which translates to ‘For 1000 chickens, half a quail is enough’.
Just like cauliflower rice, broccoli rice can also be paired with a variety of non-vegetarian options and the result can be mind-blowing.
The dish is a favourite in many Kerala households on Sunday mornings and they often feature on our Christmas menus as well.
You can prepare the curry at home too and can even use it as a sandwich or chapati filling to make a snack.
The snack, which's popular in Thalassery, is also a much-loved Iftar preparation.
The grain-free, yummy faux rice can be used to make many healthy preparations too, especially if you are on a diet.
With its perfectly balanced spicy-sweet taste, it can even tempt you to keep having a spoonful of it even without any accompaniments.
It also contains vitamins A, B, copper, iron and more and curries made out of it are considered delicacies that suit any occasion.
It has a rich, traditional taste that can feel like a five-star dish, at a time when many of our age-old preparations are reappearing in their augmented avatars on exotic menus.
If you are a fish lover, you can also make this your go-to meal when looking for a new 'comfort meal.'
Pair it with rice to enjoy the best.