Thoran (Stir fry with coconut) is something that I make very often. I’m sure it’s a staple in most Kerala homes. Can you imagine a Kerala lunch without thoran? I think it’s kinda blasphemous thing to do, a kerala lunch without thoran ;) Payar thoran is a comfort food for me. Though am not a […]
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Well, this category has your everyday Kerala recipes - from Thoran (stir fry with coconut) to Mezhukkuperatty (veg stir fry) to Chammanthi (chutney) to Chaaru curries (gravy side dishes) to Meen and Erachi Curry (Fish and Meat curry)
Majority of MM’s readers are new brides and they come here looking for this simple, everyday cooking recipes. I think this category has the largest number of recipes listed under it. Take your time and go through it. May be you’ll like find something that you like. And if you'd like to read more about Kerala - do it today!
If you’ve noticed, I wasn’t posting here regularly. Nothing intentional or planned, it just happened like that. I don’t have any excuse for it other than maybe I was in a slump ;) Anyways, I’ve been posting Diwali recipes for some years and I didn’t want to break the tradition this year. So, here is […]
I love red meat and given a choice I prefer red meat to chicken. But I think the number of Chicken recipes here is more than the combined number (beef & mutton)of red meat recipes. Looks like, when it comes to non veg, Chicken is the crowd pleaser ;) Here is another chicken curry recipe […]
Kachimoru (seasoned buttermilk) is the undisputed gravy for lunch for as long as I remember. Back home in Kerala, my place has Kachimoru everyday without fail. I guess Choru (rice) and Kachimoru is Malayali’s dal chawal. Don’t you think so? Even now, when I plan for lunch, Kachimoru is a given. I think it takes […]