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Recipes starting with K

Kerala Fish Curry

Kerala Fish Curry

Easiest way to prepare Traditional Kerala Fish Curry you can make at home.

Kaya Upperi (Plantain Chips)
  • Time: 20mts
  • Complexity: easy

Kaya Upperi (Plantain Chips)

Kaya Upperi or Plantain chips is a popular Kerala snack made from raw banana. It is also an integral part of the traditional Kerala feast (Sadya) during Onam, Vishu or Hindu marriages.

Kerala Chicken Curry

Kerala Chicken Curry

Tasty, simple and easy to make Kerala Chicken Curry.

Kappa Puzhukku
  • Complexity: very easy

Kappa Puzhukku

One among the favourite dishes of people living in high lands. Good with spicy fish curry and black coffee.

Kerala Rasam
  • Time: 15 mts
  • Complexity: very easy
  • Origin: Kerala

Kerala Rasam

Rasam is basically a traditional South Indian soup made from Indian spices, tomato and tamarind. Steamed lentils or any preferred vegetables can be added according to your choice. It can be eaten with rice or separately after a meal. It is an integral part of typical kerala feast (Sadya).

Kappa Curry

Kappa Curry

A rich dish which goes well with fish or rice!

Kerala Modern Fish Curry

Kerala Modern Fish Curry

This Kerala Modern Fish Curry is a best dish for Family occassions.

Karimeen Pollichathu

Karimeen Pollichathu

A traditional Fish(kari mean) delicacy of kerala that goes well with rice, or as a spicy side dish with toddy.

Kumari's Kerala Style  Carrot & Beans Thoran

Kumari's Kerala Style Carrot & Beans Thoran

Carrot & Beans Thoran - Very Easy & Tasty Thoran.

Kozhuva Peera/ Netholi Peera/Netholi Thoran
  • Complexity: medium
  • Origin: Kerala

Kozhuva Peera/ Netholi Peera/Netholi Thoran

Anchovy (known as Kozhuva in the northern districts and Netholi in the Southern parts) is one of the favourites of fish-lovers all over Kerala. A Peera (Thoran) made of the small fish is something that every Malayalee (that's what we call Keralites or the Malayalam speaking Populace in local Parlance) should relish. It would be a treat to visitors too...

Kozhukatta
  • Time: 15 minutes
  • Complexity: very easy

Kozhukatta

“Kozhukatta” or “Ottada” - both can be good at the breakfast table with a hot cup of coffee or tea, to start a fresh day, ahead...! Both are very quick to make, and serve...

***Note: quantities (ingredient) would vary per serving/s, on the table***

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