• The South Indian green peas masala stew of your dreams

    You’ve seen ratatouille. That scene when Anton Ego takes that bite, only to be reminded of him mom’s cooking. Everyone has one. And this is mine. There’s also a story why I love this dish Puttu is a staple breakfast in my family. And as it goes, plantain is the “side dish”. It was so easy a breakfas

  • Rose Apple / Chambakka Wine

    One of the best way to make use of rose apples in its season! Something that everyone falls in love 🙂

  • Kerala Style Chicken Curry – without coconut (Nadan kozhi curry)

    Chicken curry well flavored with spices. It goes well with pathiri, any sort of rice variants ( ghee rice, pulao, normal rice) and any Indian bread. It is an easy peasy recipe for kerala chicken curry which suits for a weekday menu. Good one for bachelor’s and newbies to cooking also.

  • Minced simple chicken curry. A no spice stew – Jasha Marro

    This recipe is perhaps the biggest surprise I’ve had to chicken. Without any doubts this will top my list of the most delectable, easy and healthy chicken recipes of all time. It wasn’t a simple decision to try this though. Glancing through Priya’s recipe the very thought of spending time cooking a

  • Molotof Portugese Pudding

    This is inspired from Mareena’s experiement. Meringues always been among my favorites for their ease of cooking and I’ve been planning to bake a walnut meringue for quite some time now. The end result tastes incredible but be warned the meringue can end up sticking to your baking pan and you probably wont end up with a Pinterest image

  • Coorg / Kodava style Pork / Pandi curry

    Rich dark pork curry filled with slightly chewy bits of meat and sudden surprises of  tamarind and peppery bits. I have always been fond of my aunt’s Pork curry which she learned from a Coorgi  friend. I gave an attempt and it came out delicious 🙂 It goes well with ‘akki roti’ (rice roti) or ‘kadam

  • Ripe mango curry (Without coconut)

    Quite simple recipe and a yummy side dish with rice!! It is the best if mango is ripe and bit sour. Recipe adapted from my friend Ammu.

  • Pork Fry (Nadan Pork Ularthiyathu – Kerala Style)

    Pork varattiyathu!! Pork cooked and roasted with chilli and spices. This Pork masala Fry recipe is a “must” dish at a Kerala Christian home for any special occasion. This goes well with rice.

  • Shakshuka Israeli Dish

    A moroccon dish usually served with pita bread for breakfast.

  • Mizuna coriander salad

    Lunch at memsql by Chef Daniel Norton

  • Coriander Crusted Tuna with Creamed Cabbage and Fried Leeks

    A Sashimi grade tuna by Chef Rebecca Jean.

  • Italian biscotti

    Adapted from joyofbaking, this biscotti is a revelation to me. My first attempt. It didn’t turn out to be that great but I’d pat myself for the first attempt. My roomie finished one load in a day.

  • Spiced Roasted Chicken

    Delicious roasted chicken with thyme, garlic, paprika and pepper. It is quite simple to cook and juicy and tender!! I tried this recipe with chicken breast pieces, and I had to bake it for 1 hr.

  • Scotch Eggs (Eggs wrapped in Meat mix)

    Boiled eggs wrapped in cutlet mix. A delicious snack!! Instead of cutlet mix, you can use sausage meat as well. Best way to make up a snack if you have left over cutlet mix.

  • Kerala Style Kappa (Tapioca) Biriyani

    Quite easy and delicious authentic Kerala dish! Tapioca cooked, mashed and combined with beef, meat masala and fried coconut. Adapted from mariasmenu.com.

  • Kerala Style Fish curry with coconut milk (Meen vevichathu)

    Fish cooked in chilly, coconut milk and cocum. A great combination with rice 🙂 Recipe adapted from my mom.

  • Lemon Syrup

    Prepare a refreshing drink in no time. Dilute lemon syrup with water to make wonderful lemonade. This syrup can be refrigerated , airtight , upto 2 months. Recipe adapted from my mom 🙂

  • Kerala Style Pepper Chicken  (Nadan Kurumulaku Kozhi)

    Chicken pieces cooked and roasted with pepper and spices. It is a perfect preparation to serve to your guests along with rice or chapati (Indian bread). Never replace whole black pepper with pepper powder in this recipe.

  • Banana Fritters ( Pazham Pori )

    This is a traditional Kerala snack. Bananas coated with flour and fried. It won’t taste the same with any banana other than Kerala banana / Nenthram pazham.

  • South Kerala red chilli shrimp pickle

    My mom’s creation, favorite the world over. It gets over the minute I show this to my friends. Quick recipe.

  • Chicken Stew – Kerala Style

    This recipe is adapter from my mom. Appam with Chicken Stew is one of my favorite breakfast. Chicken simmered in coconut milk with onion, ginger- garlic and pepper. Great combination with Idiyappam and bread also.

  • Beef curry with potato and coconut milk

    This is an easy peasy beef curry. To be frank, I always prepare it with the leftover beef from previous day. It is well flavored with potato, coconut milk and the spices.This goes well with bread, chapathi, pathiri and appam.

  • Beef curry Kerala style (Nadan Beef curry)

    This is an easy and delicious Kerala style beef curry. It goes well well with ghee rice, appam, parotta, puttu and chappathi.

  • Kerala Style Prawns/Shrimp Roast (Chemmeen / Konchu Olathiyathu)

    This is a spicy dish, well flavored with cocum and pepper. It is a simple and quick chemmeen roast preparation. It goes well with rice.