Kerala Recipes app includes 1200+ delicious and tastiest Kerala recipes you can imagine.
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You’ll find tasty malayalam recipes for chicken,beef,fish,egg,rice,malabar,breakfast,payasam,special vegetarian dishes,sadhya, onam,christmas recipes and many more. Different ways of pachakams.
This recipe book contains 26 categories of various recipes in malayalam.
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Kerala cuisine offers a multitude of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes prepared using fish, poultry and red meat with rice a typical accompaniment. Chillies, curry leaves, mustard seeds, tamarind and asafoetida are all frequently used. Kerala is one of the only states in India where religious tolerance and a higher level of cultural refinement is displayed in the culinary habits. People from all cultural and religious backgrounds share in eating habits that could be taboo or even illegal in other parts of the country.
Kerala is known as the "Land of Spices" because it traded spices with Europe as well as with many ancient civilizations with the oldest historical records of the Sumerians from 3000 BCE. Food is traditionally served on a banana leaf and almost every dish has coconut and spices added for flavour, giving its cuisine a sharp pungency that is heightened with the use of tamarind. Seafood is the main diet in coastal Kerala, whereas vegetables are the main diet on the plains. Meat is served as the main course in tribal and northern Kerala. Dishes range from simple 'kanji' (rice gruel) to extravagant feasts or 'sadyas'.
Traditional Kerala food is vegetarian and includes Kerala Sadhya, which is an elaborate banquet prepared for festivals and ceremonies but contemporary Kerala food also includes Non-vegetarian dishes. A full-course Sadya, which consists of rice with about twenty different accompaniments and desserts is the ceremonial meal of Kerala eaten usually on celebratory occasions including marriages, Onam and Vishu. It is served on a plantain leaf. Because of its rich trading heritage, over time various cuisines have blended with indigenous Kerala dishes with foreign dishes adapted to local tastes.
Most of Kerala's Hindus, except its Brahmin community, eat fish, chicken, beef, eggs and mutton.
Onam is an ancient festival which still survives in modern times. Kerala's rice harvest festival and the Festival of Rain Flowers, which fall on the month of Chingam, celebrates the Asura King Mahabali's annual visit from Patala Loka . Onam is unique since Mahabali has been revered by the Hindu people of Kerala.
The Onam sadya (feast) is another very indispensable part of Thiruvonam, and almost every Keralite attempts to either make or attend one. The feast is served on plantain leaves and consists of about 26 dishes, including :
Chips (especially Banana chips)
Sharkaraveratti (Fried pieces of banana coated with jaggery)
Various vegetable curries such as:
Dal served along with a small quantity of ghee
Moru (Curd with water)
Pickles, both sweet and sour
Two different types of buttermilk
A chutney powder prepared from grated coconut
A series of dessert called Payasam (a sweet dish made of milk, sugar, jaggery and other traditional Indian savories) eaten either straight or mixed with a ripe small plantain.
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