Home Style Fish Curry/ South Indian Fish Curry/ Meen Kuzhambu

Having easy access to the southern coastline, fish makes a prominent feature in my hometown. You can savour a lip-smacking range of fish preparations with the available varieties that make mealtime an extremely satisfying affair. An easy everyday fish curry with shallots and coconut. The best part is many recipes here have Coconut as the… Continue reading Home Style Fish Curry/ South Indian Fish Curry/ Meen Kuzhambu

Kerala Chicken Curry/Nadan Kozhi Curry

An authentic kerala style chicken curry. This curry embraces the rustic style of chicken simmered in coconut milk and Indian spices. While it have variations in the level of spices and ingredients used across regions, it never fails to find its way in weekend lunch menu. It goes well with the Malabar Nei Choru (Ghee… Continue reading Kerala Chicken Curry/Nadan Kozhi Curry

Pumpkin Erissery/ Mathanga Erissery/ Pumpkin in Spiced Coconut (Sadya Special)

Vishu/ Tamil New Year is near and these days people (newbie chefs like me….) go crazy searching for vegetarian recipes recalling their mom’s signature dishes over the phone or online. Sadya is the only time where we get to eat 15-16 types of curries with yummiest Payasams.. For me, grating coconut is the most difficult as well as kadupethifying… Continue reading Pumpkin Erissery/ Mathanga Erissery/ Pumpkin in Spiced Coconut (Sadya Special)

INDIAN STYLE MUTTON CURRY/LAMB RECIPE

Where in Rajasthan, eat Laal Maas!!

Mutton Curry is undeniably one of the most preferred non-vegetarian recipe. The unique flavours of Indian cooking, which were embraced by many emigrants, have been developed over time to make the ‘Mutton Curry’, famous across the globe. Mutton features very regularly on my dining table but the variety keeps on changing almost every time from… Continue reading INDIAN STYLE MUTTON CURRY/LAMB RECIPE

Moru Curry/ Pineapple Pulisseri/ Moru Kachiyathu

Pineapple cooked with spices and simmered in a yogurt and coconut sauce is a tangy accompaniment to matta rice

Moru Curry, otherwise named Pulisseri or Kachiya Moru, is a Kerala style seasoned yoghurt which is served as a part of Onam sadya. Pulisseri is a favorite summer curry in every Malayalee’s house. A variety of vegetables can be used to make this curry, including mangoes, plantains, cucumber, tomato, pineapple, and ashgourd making it such a versatile… Continue reading Moru Curry/ Pineapple Pulisseri/ Moru Kachiyathu

Thai Green Chicken Curry | Thai Green Curry | Homemade Thai Green Curry Paste | Green Curry Recipe | Authentic Thai Green Curry

I’ve learned so many simple yet flavourful recipes during my trip to Thailand & Indonesia last summer. This Thai Green Curry Chicken recipe features chunks of tender chicken simmered in coconutmilk along with a flavourful curry paste. Unlike most green curry recipes, this one doesn’t call for readymade curry paste – instead, everything is homemade fresh,… Continue reading Thai Green Chicken Curry | Thai Green Curry | Homemade Thai Green Curry Paste | Green Curry Recipe | Authentic Thai Green Curry

Chicken 65

Chicken 65- The crispy morsels of chicken with a sensational taste.

Have you ever wondered why the name “Chicken 65”? There are so many historical claims for the dish. Chicken 65, comes with an origin story that the dish uses a 65-day old chicken meat, few others say it’s the 65th item on the menulist, some even claim 65 chillies/spices go into the recipe (sounds ill-logical… Continue reading Chicken 65

Prawns Masala/ Chemmeen Mulakittathu

This is comfort food to me, well!!! People, being grown up in the coastal regions are big fish eaters. Seafood, whether it is prawns or fish or squid, has always been special to me,  because it was made very often during my younger days at home. Chemmeen/Prawns is regular in my kitchen but for the past… Continue reading Prawns Masala/ Chemmeen Mulakittathu

Mushroom Pulao Recipe/ Easy Mushroom Pilaf

We all love eating and there are times when we love to gulp in some really good food. What if you are in a hurry, just don’t have access to nearby restaurants or not to spend much time on cooking and you still feel like gorging on some yummy delicacy? Pulao comes to the rescue!!!!!!!!!!!… Continue reading Mushroom Pulao Recipe/ Easy Mushroom Pilaf

Sakkarai Pongal Recipe (Sweet Pongal Recipe)

Sakkarai pongal / Sweet pongal is a classic sweet loved by one and all. It tops among the Neivedhyams (prasadam) offered to God. This traditional recipe is generally made for the harvest festival, Thai Pongal, which falls in January month, dedicating it to the sun. Sakkarai pongal is made in a new clay/ brass/ earthenware pot in wood fire in… Continue reading Sakkarai Pongal Recipe (Sweet Pongal Recipe)