• Beef Kheema

    Easy and cheap sautéed ground beef side dish for roti, naan and pita bread.

  • Kerala Beef Cutlet / Croquette

    Beef cooked with spices, dipped in an egg mix and then in breadcrumbs and fried. An appetizer which is never missed out at parties especially in a Kerala Christian home.

  • Kerala Style Mutton Stew

    Mutton simmered in coconut milk with onion, ginger- garlic and spices. Appam with Mutton Stew is one of my favorite breakfast. Great combination with Idiyappam, puttu and bread also.

  • Kerala Style Fish Fry ( Meen varuthathu)

    Fish steaks marinated with spices and then shallow fried. It’s an easy and a great appetizer and also goes well with rice.

  • Indo Chinese Chicken Fried Rice

    Chicken and vegetables cooked in a sauce combo and then mixed with rice. An easy Indo Chinese style fried rice recipe to make at home.

  • Indo Chinese Style Chilli chicken gravy

    Chicken cubes marinated, fried and sauteed in spicy and tangy sauce. Best served with Vegetable/Chicken Fried rice.

  • Kerala Style Chicken Fry (Nadan Kozhi Varuthathu)

    A quite simple chicken shallow fry with dried red chilli, ginger-garlic and vinegar. Inspired from Ammu’s Chicken fry. Thanks Ammu for introducing it to us 🙂

  • Kerala Prawns/Shrimp masala (Chemmeen/Konchu masala)

    Prawns/Konchu cooked and roasted in spicy onion tomato gravy, flavored with cocum. A yummy side dish for rice, pulao, ghee rice, Chapati/Indian bread.

  • Sticky Baked Chicken Wings

    Chicken wings baked and sauteed in a flavored sauce combo. An easy and yummy appetizer for parties or occasions. I promise it vanishes in no time 🙂 Recipe credits to my dear hubby 🙂

  • Fish Biriyani (Kerala Style)

    An Indian one pot meal. Fish marinated, fried, cooked in spicy masala gravy and then layered with rice. A really delicious one 🙂 I used pomfret which turned out awesome. You can also try seer fish or king fish.

  • Kerala Style Mutton Pepper Fry

    Mutton pieces cooked and roasted with pepper and spices. It tastes great along with porotta, any sort of rice variants ( ghee rice, pulao, normal rice) and any Indian bread

  • Paella ( Spanish rice )

    Rice based Spanish One Pot meal with meat, seafood and veggies. This is specially dedicated for non-veg lovers 🙂

  • Kerala Style Mutton Curry – without coconut (Nadan Mutton Curry)

    Easy, spicy Kerala mutton curry that can be prepared in no time. It goes well with porotta, any sort of rice variants ( ghee rice, pulao, normal rice) and any Indian bread.

  • Chicken Adobo – Filipino style

    Filipino style chicken cooked with soya sauce, vinegar, garlic and pepper. This is an easy peasy recipe which can be prepared with very minimal ingredients.

  • The Valentines Day dinner: Steak, wine and a little bit of love.

    Valentine’s Day is always a fine dining restaurant for us. There’s a certain appeal about restaurant food that you can’t argue. The plating, the ambience, the cut of meat, the rich sauces; it’s the whole package. Replicating this restaurant quality food at home is something I obsess. I go great leng

  • Fish Molly / Molee (Fish Stew – Kerala Style)

    Appam with fish molee is a favorite of every malayalee. An all time dream breakfast!! Fish simmered in coconut milk with onion, ginger- garlic, pepper and tomatoes. It goes well with Idiyappam and bread also. This recipe is adapted from my mom-in-law. One of my favorite recipe from her collection. P

  • Potato Chicken Casserole

    Chicken and veggies combined in simple white sauce and cooked in baked potato bed!

  • Singaporean Chicken Rice

    Rice fully flavored with chicken! This rice which we had from Singapore inspired me to try this. It’s quite easy to cook and very delicious.

  • 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.

  • Chicken 65 (Indian Style)

    Chicken pieces deep fried with the ginger-garlic, chilly and curry leaves. A quick and tasty appetizer that can be done in no time!

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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.

  • Indian Cilantro chicken curry with Yogurt

    I made this for my American friend who did not want it very spicy. Instead of spurting mustard we’ve used cumin and there is no chilly powder at all. Coconut milk was added at last for the gravy and a little bit of water to dilute it. Use the coconut milk to reduce the spiciness but be careful to no