One of the easiest curry side dishes, egg curry can be quickly prepared and served with roti, bread, or rice for a hearty meal.
Pepper chicken also known as kurumulaku chicken is an easy and quick Kerala style chicken dry roast. Adjust the spice to your taste.
Kaplanga or papaya is cooked in a coconut based curry and helps to thicken the dish before it is served over rice.
For a quick lunch to make in the morning, this filling mango rice can be put together in about seven minutes. Add crunch with vegetables and peanuts.
Vibrant jackfruit seed and mango curry is traditional of Kerala. With plenty of spice and full-flavored mango and coconut, this is a comfort dish.
Homemade coconut bars are easy to make at home, succulent and creamy coconut filling coated with chocolate.
Buttery, rich yeast dough is deep fried and rolled in cinnamon-sugar.They are crisp on the outside, yet so tender and soft inside.
One bite into this brownie caramel ice cream pie will take away all your worldly woes.
Winter yams with an raw, spicy green chili dipping sauce with onions and curry.
Make this stunning strawberry cake with buttermilk, so soft and moist.
Layer cakes are messy and hard work, no way to sugarcoat that. But making the buttercream frosting in the food processor streamlines at least one of the steps and cuts down on cleanup.
Learn to make this whole wheat Indian bread at home without the use of a tandoor or clay oven.
The condensed milk provides the sweetness in this creamy dessert but you can add additional sugar if you prefer it sweeter still.
Shrimp cook up really fast so you don’t have to pre-cook them for this party-ready appetizer.
This cake has the texture of a pound cake and gets its flavor from fresh orange juice.
Amp up some basic boxed pudding with stewed apples for a seasonal treat.
Serve these spicy pickled lemons with hot white rice or kanji (rice porridge).
This take on the traditional Indian savory pastry is filled with assorted veggies and baked instead of fried for a healthy snack.
Meen peera or meen pattichathu is an everyday fish curry cooked with fresh coconut scrapings, fish tamarind and lightly drizzled with fresh coconut oil.
Sharjah Shake: Banana shake is known as Sharjah Shake here in Kerala. It is one of the most common shake that we get in ice cream parlors across the state.
Fresh curry leaves and coconut oil plays an important role in this recipe, so be sure not to skip that.
Raw jackfruit is chopped and cooked, freshly ground coconut is added, then seasoned with mustard seeds and curry leaves in farm fresh coconut oil.
Deep Fried Lentil Fritters is a favorite tea time snack of the Malayalies…. to be precise…. it is THE most popular deep fried snack of South India.
If you have leftover coffee, do not pour it down the drain, just fill them in an ice cube tray and freeze and then pop them in when you are making frapps.
Bhatura or bhature is a thick fried Indian bread, a popular Punjabi dish served with channa masala.
Just cube the mangoes and blend to make this yummy and skinny ice cream.
The best thing about this recipe is you can add more tomatoes and even green chilies if you like it to be spicier.
Super fast and super tasty, this recipe will surely satisfy your sweet-tooth.
Wonderfully simple and free from any artificial flavors, quench your thirst with this homemade grape juice.
These Kerala beef cutlets can be be made ahead and refrigerated for about a week and longer in the freezer.
Try this delicious melt in your mouth Scottish shortbread from Nisa Homey.
Give this easy homemade fried chicken from Nisa Homey a try tonight.
Black chickpea salad is an easy low calorie, oil free vegan salad. It is a super simple and easy salad with a tinge of spice.