• 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 Sambar

    A lentil based vegetable stew cooked with spices and tamarind pulp. A South Indian delicacy. It tastes so good with dosa, idli and rice. This is my own evolved kinda sambar recipe with tips taken from my mom and my friends 🙂

  • 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.

  • Kerala Style Beans stir fry with coconut (Beans Thoran)

    Kerala style beans stir fry with coconut, garlic and green chilly. A simple and healthy dish that can be served with rice. One of the side dishes for Kerala Onam Sadya 🙂

  • Kerala Style Chickpea / Kadala curry

    Chickpea simmered in coconut milk with ginger-garlic and spices. Brown Chickpea is mostly preferred for this recipe. Puttu with kadala curry is a comfort breakfast for any Malayalee. It can also be served with Idiyappam, Appam and any Indian bread.

  • Gooey chocolate pudding

    Must try for chocolate lovers 🙂 Serve it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or cold cream.

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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.