Kerala Mutton Stew – If there is something that tastes great with the light fluffy Kerala appams, then it has got to be a wholesome hearty Kerala stew. Chunks of seared mutton or beef, cooked in a creamy coconut milk based rich stew that is loaded with vegetables; a Kerala style stew spells comfort food. You can eat this with just about anything – bread, appams, dosa, rice, chapatis, idlis, iddiappams or even have it just like that on a cold winter evening!
Malabari Porota – A Malabari parantha is not like a stuffed parantha but is more of a lachcha parantha. Perfecting the layers of this yummy Kerala porotha, as it is commonly known is not child’s play, but is definitely worth the effort. You will know what we mean when you have a bite of this crispy bread dunked in some luscious chicken curry or vegetable korma.
Pal Payasam – If you are celebrating an occasion in Kerala and don’t have this delicious rice and milk kheer on the menu, you are not doing it right. Luscious and sweet this creamy kheer is further enriched with a crunch of cashewnuts and raisins fried in ghee. If you want to add a twist of taste to this fabulous recipe drizzle with your choice of fruit crush or fresh fruit puree before serving!
What we have given you is just a glimpse of the scrumptious food fare that the South of India has to offer. To experience the aromas and tastes of these delicious recipes and more you’ve got to try them out in your home kitchen. For recipes you have SanjeevKapoor.com.
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