We just love Cabbage, as it is the unsung hero in our kitchens! Why? Well, for starters, it has a long shelf-life in the fridge and we use it when all other vegetables are finished! The other reason is that it is a vegetable that cooks fast, so it’s great to have on hand when you have little time to prepare a meal. Cabbage is a versatile vegetable that can be backed, steamed, sautéed and…"Cabbage Poriyal | Bandh Gobi Subzi"
Tindora Poriyal is usually a dish that is cooked at home and not a dish you will find in restaurants. What we love is the simplicity of this dish – the vegetable is the focus and since there are not any spices, we can really taste the vegetables and enjoy them. Ivy Gourd also known as Tindora, Tondli, Tendli, Kovakai, Dondakaya, Kovakkai, different names in different regions. Tindora is a vegetable that reminds me of…"Tindora Poriyal | Ivy Gourd Fry | Tendli Subzi"
Coconut gravies for some reason have a very comforting aspect – in flavors and in presentation. This wonderful and comforting Chicken Ishtew dish from Kerala, the land of the Gods, is just that. It is great when served with rice or with Appams. Prep Time: 10 min Cook Time: 30 min Serves: 4 Ingredients: Boneless, Skinless Chicken thighs – 1 lb, cut to bite size pieces Medium Potato – 1, pealed, cut and rinsed White…"Chicken Ishtew (Chicken Stew) Kerala Recipe"
Malabar Parottas or Kerala Parathas are a street food originating from the Malabar region along the coast of Southern India. Some secrets can’t always remain hidden, and this bread has made its way all over the country and the world. It’s flaky, crispy and crumbly nature makes it a favorite amongst all age-groups. Try your hand at it and trust us, you will not be disappointed. Prep Time: 1 hour Cook Time: 15 min Makes:…"Malabar Parotta (Kerala Paratha) Indian Bread Recipe"
The popular beach on Galle Face in Colombo is buzzing with hawkers – foods, toys, trinkets and needless to say, we noticed that the food hawkers were the most popular. We were obviously in the right place. Kotthu Roti or Kottu Parotha is what we made a bee-line for. We have a video for an egg version on our website (Click here) and wanted to see the differences between the two. To say the least,…"Kotthu Parotha – Street Foods Video from Sri Lanka"