29 Indian States and Cities Famous Food Collection
FAMOUS FOOD OF KERALA
1.Puttu and kadala curry
Puttu is a cylindrical steamed rice cake cooked in a shape with grated coconut. Puttu and kadala curry is a popular dish in Kerala which is steamed rice flour mixed with water and salt in a cylinder like steam pot.It’s generally served with kadala curry, a dish of black chickpeas made with shallots, a spicy coconut gravy and boiled chickpeas are the ingredients, spices and coconut milk, that can also be served with ripe bananas and grated coconut. Also, it is very popular in Kerala recipe every one love it this yummy dish.
Payasam is a rice pudding from the cuisine of the Kerala. Payasam is prepared in festivals, marriage and special occasions. It made by boiling rice, broken wheat milk and sugar. It is flavoured with cardamom, saffron, raisins, cashews, almonds and pistachios. It is typically served as a dessert. It is prepared and eaten at festivals.
3. Appam with stew
Appam is a Keralan basic made from fermented rice flour and coconut milk. It’s similar to a thin pancake with crispy edges. These crepe-like bowls are made from fermented rice flour, coconut milk, coconut water and a little sugar. It is consists of coconut milk, cinnamon, cloves and shallots, eaten with appams. The stew may also feature mango pieces, vegetables, chicken or lamb. The addition of aromatic whole spices, ginger and fresh coconut milk enhance the natural flavor of the vegetables. The crucial ingredient is fresh coconut milk, which lends a sweet flavor.
4. Dosa – Sambar
Dosa is a famous South Indian dish and try them while you are in Kerala with hot sambar which is a vegetable curry made in a spicy sour curry including lentils. Different vegetables, shallots, lentils and various spices like cumin, turmeric powder, chilli, coriander, with tamarind paste goes in to the preparation of sambar.
5. IDIYAPPAM – EGG CURRY
This is very famous in Kerala food menu. Idiyappam is a dish made out from rice dough, thin strands of rice dough will be mad from seva and then cooked in steam to get idiyappam. Soft idiyappam with hot egg curry is a great way to start the day in Kerala, since the idiyappams are steam cooked they are so light and fluffy. You can make idiyappams quick and eassy at your home.
6. Malabar Parotta with Kerala beef curry
Malabar Parotta is made by kneading maida (plain flour), egg, oil or ghee and water. The dough is beaten and later shaped into a spiral with thin layers. The ball is rolled flat and roasted into a Parotta with ghee. Then eaten with beef curry – pieces of beef simmered in a curry made with tomatoes, onions, garlic and spices like bay leaves, cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, black peppercorns. As This dish name available in kerala cookbook.