It can be paired with rice, puttu, chapathi and more.
You can replace your regular tea with coconut milk tea, which is even yummier, thanks to the richness of coconut milk.
The stew has potatoes, carrot, bell pepper, green peas and more as ingredients.
Tapioca is cooked in thick and sweet coconut milk to achieve the splendid creamy texture.
The spicy marinade adds extra flavour too, to the dish.
Bitter gourd is high in antioxidants, fibre, iron, zinc, pottassium, several blood-sugar control markers and more.
Pidi (rice balls) cooked in creamy coconut sauce is traditionally paired with spicy country chicken curry.
Check out this easy recipe of colocasia aka chembu nirvana cooked in thick and creamy coconut milk.
Paal kappa is a delicious dish that could be enjoyed on its own or with curries.
This local snack made with sweet and ripe mangoes is extremely delicious and filling too.