Kurukku kaalan is that creamy thickened side dish everyone craves for on a festive occasion.
This isn't traditional banana pudding - rather, it's a version made with bananas fried in ghee layered with vanilla flavoured mixture.
Pachadi is a side dish mostly served in Kerala sadya.
Try a new way with curry and roll up meatballs to serve with a flavoursome and spicy masala gravy.
Easter is coming but don't worry. You can still make a small feast for the Easter and here's a recipe of a spicy pork curry which can be served with roti or rice.
No sadya is complete without avial.
Whether it is idli, dosa, vada or rice, this Special sambar is the best combination you could try at home.
This fresh and green salad can make your day better. Ivy gourd or kovakka which has potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects is best for your health. Here is the recipe of kovakka salad:
Here are some simple tricks and tips that could make your tea or coffee taste better.
Seer fish or neymeen is always a favourite among the fish lovers in Kerala.
Pineapple wine has the natural colour and sweetness of the fruit.
This subtly sweet tea-time snack is an all-time favourite and quite simple to make. Read this simple shukiyan recipe.