Kumbilappam Jaggery

Kumbilappam  is an authentic snack food of Kerala. Its prepared by cooking jackfruit bulb with rice flour, grated coconut and jaggery. This mixture is then wrapped and steamed in fresh green Edanailla /Bay Leaves /Vazhanayilas shaped into cones (Kumbils). These leaves have a special fragrance which when mixed with the jackfruit will definitely stimulate your […]

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Uzhunnu vada

Uzhunnu vada, also known as medu vada or urad dal fritters, is a common snack in South India. What can be a more ideal complement to a hot piping tea? It is not only popular as a snack but also as a part of a yummy breakfast along with idli, sambar and chutney. The plain […]

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Upma

Upma (Breakfast Recipes) is a healthy South Indian breakfast recipe, typically made with roasted semolina (also called rava, sooji/ suji) and some variety of veggies. It is cooked as thick porridge, also ideal for kids and all age groups. It become popular all over the country because it is easy and quick to make.

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Vattayappam

Vattayappam is Kerala’s own fermented Steamed Rice Cake. One of the healthiest traditional tea time snack with almost no oil.  “Vatta” means “round” ……vattayappam is basically rice and coconut grinded together and fermented with yeast….it is very soft and pillowy…..a slightly sweet snack. Available in 300 Gms

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Vegetable Cutlet

Vegetable Cutlet, a delectable combination of mashed potato and green vegetables, is a crisp outside and soft inside Indian potato snack. This stomach filling, mild spicy and crispy Indian cutlet tastes irresistibly delicious when served with assortment of spicy, sweet and sour dips. Available in 454 Gms

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Neyyappam

Neyyappam, as its name implies, is made using rice and ghee along with jaggery (a coarse dark brown-colored sugar made by the evaporation of palm tree sap) which imparts the sweetness. It is originally from the South Indian state of Kerala. The name ‘Neyyappam’ is derived from “Neyy” meaning ghee & “Appam” meaning pancake. This […]

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Vegetable Puffs

Vegetable Puff, a snack with crisp-n-flaky outer layer and mixed vegetables stuffing, is a quick and tasty way of satisfying urge of something savory. Preparing Veg Puff is a three step process; prepare puff pastry sheet, prepare stuffing with cooked mixed vegetables and spices, and bake the puff.

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Parippuvada

Parippu vada or Dal vada, to describe in three simple words – spicy, crunchy and yummy. A perfect snack. It is one of the most favorite dishes of all kerala food lovers. It has its own position in the whole circle of status. Parippu vada, “puvan pazham”  and a cup of tea is the famous […]

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Bonda

Bonda is a round shaped deep fried snack from South Indian Cuisine . Mysore bonda originated in Karnataka and are often served in the Tiffin centers through out Karnataka and andhra as a Tea time Snack. These are made of maida so they are also know as plain or maida bonda. They turn out soft fluffy from inside […]

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Kozhukkatta

Kozhukkatta is a traditional Kerala Christian recipe (particularly among the Syrian Christians) which were made during the time of Easter. Kozhukkatta is also one among the most popular Kerala sweet which is prepared from rice flour, grated coconut and jaggery.

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Banana Roast

Banana Roast/Fry Recipe (Pazhampori/ Banana fritters) is the most favourite snack of all Keralites. Which gives you a good combination of health and taste. It is a traditional evening snack item mostly in Kerala. Available in 454 gm, 454 gm, 454 gm

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Sukhiyan

This is a typical kerala tea time snack. Made of a mixture of flour, precooked green gram, jaggery, grated coconut, sugar and cardamom and deep fried in oil. Sukhiyan has a unique taste. It is a great snack to serve with coffee or tea. This is a highly nutritious food because the green gram is […]

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Kumbilappam Jack fruit

These steamed jackfruit dumplings is a commonly made snack, at most homes in Kerala during the Jackfruit season ( April – May). These dumplings are made out of jackfruit puree, jaggery, coconut and rice flour . The mixture is wrapped with Indian Bay leaves (Cinnamomum tamala) , which imparts a distinct flavour to the dumplings. […]

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