Pappadam thoran is crunchy, tasty, and is the perfect side dish with rice. Here is how you can easily prepare pappadam thoran at home.
The peel or skin that’s usually thrown out, is rich in nutrients and high on taste.
Anchovy thoran (cooked in grated coconut and spices) is a traditional Kerala fish preparation that tastes best with rice. The fish absorb the goodness of rich and creamy coconut milk. Check out the recipe for delicious natholi thoran.
There are very few things as tasty as fresh crab meat from the backwaters of Kerala. Here is how to make a traditional Kerala dish with crab – 'njandu thoran,' that is, crab cooked with green chilly, ginger, shallots, and coconut as basic ingredients.
Spring onion also has excellent use in your kitchen as it makes a delicious thoran (stir fry). Here is recipe for Kerala-style stir fry with spring onions.
This recipe is a bit different from the usual tender jackfruit thoran (stir fry) as the jackfruit bulbs are nicely crushed and not chopped.
Banana blossoms are storehouses of dietary fibres that are beneficial for the human body.
Here is how you could prepare delicious cabbage thoran just like the way it is prepared for the sadya.
Corm or bulb is a psuedostem or an offshoot that grows at the base of a plantain tree.
This erissery or papaya cooked with beans is packed with vitamin A and other nutrients of green papaya.