Do you cook for yourself? Ok, that’s an open ended question. So let me clarify… most of the time when home cooks cook, they consider the preferences of the family and cook accordingly. Unless you are living by yourself.. In that case you can cook whatever you feel like ;) Ok, there are certain things […]
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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!
In the last post, I shared with you one of my fav snacks during childhood. I mentioned two snacks in that post, Banana Ghee Roast and Meat Puffs. I thought I’ll share another homemade evening snack recipe. During school days, the concept of “evening snack” or “nalumani palaharam” was something major. I still remember, by […]
Growing up I was always a chubby kid. I don’t ever remember Amma having any trouble to feed me or my brother, for that matter. She didn’t have to tell us stories or sing songs or show Kakka (crows) and Poocha (cats) to make us eat. Throughout my school days I was chubby. There are […]
This recipe is a childhood favorite. If my memory is correct, the last time I had this was at my Ammachi’s (maternal grandmother) place. I was 10 years old at that time! You may remember Mary Chedathy, my Ammachi’s cook and our nanny all rolled into one? She was one of my favourite persons of […]