Traditional south indian Kerala cuisine
For traditional kerala south indian cuisine www.pachakam has a big stash of authentic south indian kerala recipes.
The cuisine of Kerala (Malayalam:കേരളീയ പാചകശൈലി) is linked in all its richness to the history, geography, demography and culture of the land. Because many of Kerala's Hindus are vegetarian by religion, and because Kerala has large minorities of Muslims and Christians that are predominantly non-vegetarian, Kerala cuisine has a multitude of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes.
Like other South-Indian cuisines, Kerala cuisine is predominantly spicy. Coconuts grow in abundance in Kerala, and consequently, grated coconut and coconut milk are widely used in dishes and curries. Kerala's long coastline and strong fishing industry has contributed to many fish-based delicacies, particularly among the Christian community.
ONASADYA - THE GRAND ONAM FEAST
MEEN CURRY (FISH CURRY) – ITHINTE MANAVUM RUCHIYUM ORMAKALIL EVIDELUM UNDO????
APPAM & CHICKEN CURRY – ONNU VAYARU NIRACHU AAHAARAM KAZHIKKAAN KAZHINJIRUNNU ENKIL….
TYPICAL KERALA STYLE BIRIYANI – OTHIRI PARIPPUM CHICKENUM MUTTAYUM OKKEYAYI… KAZHICHA KAALAM MARANNU POYI, ALLE????
KAPPA & MEEN CURRY (TAPIOCA + FISH CURRY) – KAPPAYUM MEENCURRYYUM CHORUM… INI ENNA ATHONNU KAZHIKKAN PATTUKA????
FISH CURRY – VOW EDUTHU KAZHIKKAN THONNUNNO????
FISH CURRY – ETHRA NAALAAYI KUDAM PULI CHERTHU UNDAAKKIYA AA MEEN CURRY CHERTHU CHORU UNDITTU…..