• Mushroom Masala Curry with Coconut (Indian Style) Recipe

    Mushroom cooked in spicy coconut gravy. An improvised version of Kerala theeyal preparation with mushrooms. This quick, delicious curry goes well with rice, chapathi, and any Indian breads.

  • Kerala Style Lady’s Finger / Okra / Bhindi Curry with spiced yogurt and coconut (Vendakka Kichadi)

    Lady’s finger fried and cooked in spicy coconut and yogurt based gravy. It’s an easy to prepare and a yummy side dish which goes well with rice. One of the must side dishes for Kerala Sadhya which is popular during festivals Onam and Vishu.

  • Kerala Egg Curry With Coconut Milk (Nadan Mutta Curry)

    Boiled eggs simmered in coconut milk with onion, ginger- garlic and spices. One of the easy and tasty side dish that you can prepare very quickly. Mostly served for breakfast with Appam(Rice and Coconut pancake) or Noolappam (String Hoppers) or Puttu (Rice Steamed Cake) or Roti.

  • Bread Upma – Bread and Vegetables masala Stir Fry

    Bread cubes stir fried with vegetables and spices. An easy, healthy and tasty breakfast option using leftover bread.

  • Moong Bean / Green gram stir fry with coconut (Cherupayar Thoran – Kerala Style)

     Mung bean stir fry with coconut, garlic and green chilly. A relatively simple Kerala side dish – prepared together with rice/rice porridge/kanji for lunch. A comfort food and a very common dish at Kerala homes.

  • Kerala Style Mussels Fry (Kallumakkaya Varattiyathu)

    Mussels sauteed with ginger-garlic and spices. A spicy dish, and very common in Northern Kerala (Malabar). It can be served as an appetizer or as a side dish with rice. It tastes the best with coconut oil.

  • Mushroom masala stir fry (Indian Style)

     Mushrooms cooked and sauteed in ginger garlic, pepper, and spices. A healthy and tasty side-dish. Goes well with rice, roti, and any Indian breads.

  • Kerala Ghee Rice (Ney Choru)

    Rice roasted and cooked with ghee and spices. Quick, easy and delicious Malabar style rice preparation. It goes well with spicy nonveg/veg curry.

  • Kerala Egg Roast (Nadan mutta roast)

    Boiled eggs cooked in spicy onion tomato masala gravy. One of the easy and tasty side dish that you can prepare very quickly. Mostly served for breakfast with Appam(Rice and Coconut pancake) or Noolappam or Puttu. Also tastes great with roti or any Indian 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 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 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.

  • Cauliflower / Gobi masala

    Cauliflower fried and sauted in spicy masala gravy!! It goes well with Roti or any other Indian bread or Pulao.

  • Paneer (Indian Cottage Cheese) Cutlet

    A crispy snack and a wonderful starter for any special occasion!!

  • Vegetable Pulao

    Quick, easy and delicious!! It is an Indian rice based dish with good flavor of veggies and spices. It goes well with pretty much every gravy based side dish. I usually serve it with chicken curry or paneer butter masala.

  • 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

  • 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

  • Indian chai / tea

    This Indian chai is fav among a ton of my American friends. Every time I make this for someone, they look at me like an Illy barista. I feigned authority over this for a long time, but time to reveal the secret. A lot of this has to do with tea the powder that is […]

  • 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 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.

  • Beef curry (Kerala style)

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