Check out the delicious menu at this jail in Palakkad

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It would not be a surprise if criminals wish to end up in the district jail at Malampuzha in Palakkad district of Kerala. With its impressive facilities and hi-tech features, the district jail is undoubtedly suave and spacious.

The prison boasts of three single cells, facilities for video conferencing, library, prayer area, a vegetable patch and a spacious kitchen. The menu here is so drool worthy that it would make any foodie 'envious.'

The kitchen has eight chambers where the prison inmates cook delicious food. Huge steel and aluminium vessels, too, have been brought here. Take a look at the amazing menu at the district jail in Malampuzha.

On Sundays, the prisoners are served idly/dosa with sambar and tea for breakfast. Lunch consists of rice, aviyal, theeyal, and yogurt. They would be served rice, stir fry (thoran) and rasam for dinner.

Chapathi, kadala curry, and tea is served for breakfast on Mondays. The prisoners can enjoy some fish curry along with rice, fryums, and puliserry for lunch. Dinner would be rice, rasam, and boiled tapioca with pickle.

The breakfast on Tuesdays is upma, tea, and banana. Rice, aviyal, sambar and yogurt for lunch and rice, thoran and green gram curry for dinner.

On Wednesdays, breakfast would be chapathi, kadala curry and tea. Lunch consists of rice, fish curry, aviyal and puliserry. Rice, rasam, boiled tapioca, and pickle would be served for dinner.

Upma, tea and banana are repeated on Thursdays. Rice, sambar, aviyal and yogurt are served for lunch and rice, thoran and theeyal for dinner.

Chapathi, kadala curry, and tea seems to be the most popular breakfast items on the menu as they are served on Fridays as well. For lunch, rice is served with a vegetarian treat of aviyal, erisserry and pulissery. Dinner is rice, thoran and rasam.

Upma, banana and tea is served for breakfast on Saturdays. Special mutton curry is served on Saturday with rice, thoran and puliserry. Dinner would be rice, rasam and boiled tapioca with pickle.

Besides, tea is served on all days in the evening.

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