A handful of kitchen tips can be used to make the curry edible.
North Indians add carom seeds in puri while sesame is used in the preparation of luchi.
It is popular in countries like the UK and Ireland.
This dosa can be savoured even without curries.
Avoid common mistakes while drinking this healthy concoction.
The cake can be whipped up easily with this recipe.
Whip up a healthy and filling omelette with some carrots, tomato, curry leaves, and more which can be found in any Kerala kitchen.
An alternative to sweets is lavender tea, which offers much relief for people suffering from mental stress or headaches.
Vellayappam pairs well with any non-veg curry, vegetarian dishes like kadala curry, green piece curry, vegetable stew and more.
Raisin wines are also called straw wines and are capable of very long aging.
Lololikka or Indian coffee plum is a popular, sour fruit that's grown in Kerala homes.
The ideal time to apparently drink this tea is before bedtime.
It is also considered a classic comfort food by many.
It is also available in Mangalore by the name Kidyo.
If you’re looking to shed some extra pounds, then it’s best to have boiled eggs.
Scientists at the College of Chemical Sciences in Sri Lanka have discovered that consuming white rice does not necessarily lead to an increase in body weight.
Pomegranates can also increase platelets blood levels and haemoglobin count. Make pomegranate wine at home for this Christmas.
You can pair it with appam, bread, rice and more.
The grain-free, yummy faux rice can be used to make many healthy preparations too, especially if you are on a diet.
Powdered coconut sugar is used in this cake instead of regular sweeteners.
It is made by adding a banana as well.
It can be made with easily available ingredients.
This tip comes in handy and spares you several hours, especially when you are in a hurry.
A combination of dried fruits and nuts, this plum cake can be an ideal treat for other special occasions as well.
It's a melt-in-the-mouth meal that's packed with flavour and it can impress both young and old.
The key to prolonged freshness, as per the tip, lies in submerging them in water in a sealed container before refrigerating.
Brinjal is a rich source of fibre and has several health benefits like helping to lose body weight.
Turmeric contains 2% oxalate, and in higher amounts, this can contribute to the formation of kidney stones in some people.
'Palayamkodan' banana is the main ingredient of this recipe.
The 'palayamkodan' variety of banana is the best to make this wine.
The wine also makes an amazingly delicious health drink.
Papaya can aid in digestion and boost your immune system.
People have many misconceptions and unique beliefs when it comes to food habits or certain dishes. There was a time when many were reluctant to eat seafood thinking it was not hygienic enough.
It can be consumed after adding a little salt and olive oil and baking it at 176 degrees Celsius for 10 minutes.
Crushed shallots is another major ingredient in this dish.
Food experts say that tarts are of French origin.
You can also drink it if down with fever or flu.
He heads a company named Orfa Technologies in Kidangoor.
Fafda is also known as vanva.
It is normally eaten with chutneys.
The sweets decked up in boxes in a pattern during Deepavali resemble a flower carpet of various hues.
A YouTube channel named ‘Mum’s Daily Tricks’ shared interesting tips on storing food in the refrigerator.
You may miss the rumbling sound of a train but these eateries serve a myriad of food items that are delectable and scrummy.