Five Kerala snacks for this monsoon

Five Kerala snacks for this monsoon
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Who doesn't like to have a bite of hot parippu vada and sip a cup of tea during monsoon. This is a common sight on a rainy evening in many Kerala households. Come rain or shine, these are some of the favourite snacks of Keralites.

Parippu vada

Parippu Vada
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A staple in most wayside shops, the reach of parippu vada to high-end restaurants can be attributed entirely to its crunch and substance. Read the recipe

Chakka ada/kumbil

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Who can resist this gooey concoction of the mashed jackfruit and jaggery, exuding the most heavenly fragrance? None, so get to making this easy sweet nosh that has ruled the palates of Kerala for decades now. Read the recipe

Unniyappam

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Unniyappam is a traditional Kerala snack that is prepared during the festival season. This recipe of tasty rava unniyappam is simple and can be easily prepared to make your celebrations fun. Read the recipe

Pazhampori

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Traditional recipe of 'pazhampori' or Kerala's favourite banana fritter is already vegan but this one is flavoured with fennel, adding a unique flavour. Substituting maida with wheat our and sugar with jaggery, this version of pazhampori is also relatively healthy. Read the recipe

Aval vilayichathu

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Aval vilayichathu is a tasty sweet dish that is cooked during the Navratri festivities. Moreover, it is extremely nutritious and can be enjoyed as evening snacks as well. Check out the recipe.

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