Oi Muchim is typically served with Korean barbeque or rice. It’s spicy, sweet, and refreshingly crunchy. Just the perfect side dish for everyday meals. The recipe requires no cooking and can be whipped up in under 15 minutes.
Tinda belongs to the gourd family and is known by different names, such as Apple Gourd or Indian Baby Pumpkin. It is a popular vegetable in North India, especially Punjabi Cuisine. It’s also known to be high in fiber and very low in calories. It’s […]
The best part about making quiche is that they are so versatile and easy to make. You can load them up with seasonal vegetables or meat, the choice of filling is just endless. This savoury quiche is filled with sweet roasted butternut squash, caramelised onions. […]
Kumbalanga curry also known as Moru kootan or Moru Kachiyathu, is a common dish prepared in every Malayalee household. It’s simple to make and is believed to have high nutritional benefits. It’s also a very popular dish made for Vishu or Onam sadhya, as it […]
Onam is the harvest festival of Kerala that takes place on the first month of the Malayali calendar. And the celebrations are incomplete without the elaborate traditional feast that comprises of 20 plus dishes that includes pickles, vegetable dishes, cooked lentils, payasam, poppadom and Kerala’s […]
Jack fruit, its packed with flavour, nutritious and healthy. A fruit that is available in abundance and devoured by many in Kerala. During its peak season, various dishes are prepared with it like, jack fruit avial and puzhukku (jack fruit bulb and seeds cooked […]