An easy to make, still exotic Malabar dish. Pepper gives it an exotic flavor…a lip smacking dish to go with rice or any Indian roties.. Here I used shallots instead of big onion,,,and it brings the taste to another level…
I made this spicy curry to have with sweet potatoes…Was a little skeptical, still tried keeping my fingers crossed…Rare combination of course…but was quite palatable…my husband loved the dish…
The freshest possible fish I got. ” It lacks the aroma” as Unhygienix, the fishmonger in Asterix comics comments about fresh fish. His fishes are always stale and smelling which he comments as aromatic. Usually we get frozen fish or little stale fish. …Today it was perfect and the fry came out bea
Everyday we don’t feel like having the same urad dal dosa. So, for a change mixed ground palak with the usual dosa batter and the dosa was yummy. You get the nutritious benefits of palak. Good choice for kids who are picky eaters…
A rustic curry to go with appam. Any side dish goes with appam, either veg or non-veg. Shrimp has got that heavenly taste whatever way you cook. Even the worst cook can make a delicious dish out of shrimps. Here I made the authentic Malabar dish with fried ingredients and the end result was awesome
An authentic stew preparation with prawns mainly by Malabar people. We use coconut milk and green chilies to get that authentic taste. Goes well with appam, idiyappams dosa, idly and rice varieties. Since not very spicy, those who does not like spicy food also is definitely going to like this dish.
Prawns or shrimps are delicious crustacean loved by all non-vegetarians. I still remember about an incident when we were staying in Pondicherry. One of my husband’s colleague was a hardcore vegetarian who not even takes onion or garlic containing veggies, as they are supposed to be non-veg according
This vegetable has umpteen amazing health benefits. Good for heart, skin, hair, antioxidant, antibacterial and it goes on.
Nothing Thai about this. Only Kerala yellow curry. I did not use chili powder, instead used turmeric with green chili and the taste was quite good.
Sunday breakfast. My husband likes nonveg dishes with chapathi, still he liked this. Saute all vegetable in oil and you get the tasty sauteed vegetables. Any vegetable can be used. In fact there is no limit to the number of veggies that can be used.