homepage, Recipes, Uncategorized

Mini Mint and Potato Samosas

Who doesn't love samosas with tea in the evening? These deep fried golden brown flaky pastries are filled with potatoes and are just the perfect accompaniment with tea or even as a starter at casual dinner parties. Not just potatoes, there are so many options for fillings right from something as basic as onions, peas, and… Continue reading Mini Mint and Potato Samosas

homepage, Recipes, Uncategorized

Deep Fried Sardines

I will keep the description short for this one. These are super crispy, spicy and juicy inside. They take 30 minutes or less to make, including the marination time. They go really well plain rice and a mild curry. I love to include this when im having this fish curry. To make the marinade, mix… Continue reading Deep Fried Sardines

homepage, Recipes, Uncategorized

Fish Mango Curry

Every family in Kerala will have their own recipe for a Fish Mango Curry. The type of fish used may vary, but a good Fish mango curry is a staple in every household. I was not introduced to it until recently when my mother made it at home. I had the freshly made coconut flavoured… Continue reading Fish Mango Curry

homepage, Recipes, Uncategorized

Mango Hummann

I don't know if this falls in the dessert category. To me, this is sometimes an entire meal, a snack or sometimes a dessert. It is sweet, spicy, and tangy. This is my most favourite dish from my childhood. Every time I have this, it takes me back right to my childhood. Its a spicy,… Continue reading Mango Hummann

Recipes

Spicy Malai Kofta

There are two types of Malai Kofta Lovers. The ones who love the white malai gravy, mildly spiced and sweet with raisins. The others who love the spicy tomato based creamy gravy without any sweetness. I belong to the latter. Although, I do love a good white gravy. But when it comes to Malai Koftas,… Continue reading Spicy Malai Kofta

Recipes

Chatpata Papad Churi Masala

I fell in papad churi when I had it in a Dhaba nearby. Its basically double fried papad. They're deep-fried first and then tempered with chat masala and chilli powder. ITs very simple to make. They taste great as it is, or with parathas and pulaos. Recipe: Lijjat papad- 2, broken into pieces. Chat masala-… Continue reading Chatpata Papad Churi Masala