Appam has a savoury taste and appears like a pancake, made from fermented rice batter and coconut milk. Mutton stew is made from Mutton, coconut, vegetables, green chilies, garlic, ginger, and local spices. The fluffy appam goes well with other Indian curries as well.
Idiappam is made from rice flour, grated coconut and salt. A number of thin strands are entwined together to prepare this appam. It has a plain texture which makes it versatile dish and allows it to be served wither other side dishes. Egg roast is a humble preparation of hard-boiled eggs, onions, green chillies, tomatoes, red chilly powder, coriander powder, turmeric powder, garam masala, ginger-Garlic paste, curry leaves, coriander leaves, salt and mustard seeds.
Just a few simple ingredients are required to relish this lovely dish. The traditional prawn curry is prepared with red and green chillies, salt, pepper and dipped in a full bowl of coconut milk, jaggery and finally topped with curry leaves.
Puttu and Kadala Curry is a popular breakfast option in Kerala. Puttu is made from Coarse rice flour, grated coconut, salt and water. Kadala Curry is prepared with Black Bengal gram, grated coconut, garlic, shallots, mustard seeds, red chilli, onions, whole coriander, turmeric powder, red chilli powder, curry leaves, garam masala powder and salt. It is a famous and traditional delicacy of Kerala.
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