Poricha pathiri or deep-fried pathiri is a speciality from Malabar and can be easily made at home just the way you get from restaurants and chai shops.
While it is a vegetarian sadya that is served for lunch is most parts of Kerala, fish and meat take pride of place on the plantain leaf in Malabar.
Relish the real taste of the nineties with the super tasty special biryani.
This tasty chapathi loaded with flavoursome masala could be enjoyed as a filling breakfast. Check out the recipe of Thalassery special masala chapathi.
Malabari fish biryani stands out for its unique taste, flavour and the aroma. Here is how you could make the Malabar special fish biryani.
You could make this Thalassery special orotti for a nutritious and filling breakfast. Check out this very easy recipe of orotti.
The subtle earthy flavour of brown rice paired with butter gives this dessert an different taste than usual white rice payasam.
The well-decked interior with walls donned by beautiful scribbles and paintings will tell you the whole story of 'Thakkaram,' which is inscribed upon the walls.
Locally sourced tamarind is used in this dish for better flavour. This dish is easy to prepare and tastes spectacular with rice.
Once you have tasted the traditional dishes made in the Malabar region, you will be hooked to its amazing flavors. A quest to find those treats in Kottayam.