When it comes to food, Kerala is place to visit because Kerala is indeed rich and authentic delicacies. Kerala is the land of coconut trees, coconut oil and coconut milk for its delicious dishes. Kerala food, making it stand out from other Indian dishes for prepare a good variety of both vegetarian and non vegetarian food.
Check out a small trip through the cuisines of Kerala.
Kallummakaya is a taste of a delicious non vegetarian food, tact of the Malabar regions of Kerala. Kallummakaya is not very common in other parts of Kerala, all Keralites have enjoyed this delicious dish. In Kerala ‘Kallummakaya’ is also used to make other tasty dishes like Kallummakaya fry, kallummakaya biriyani, kallummakaya curr.
If you are searching for a lunch, the sadya is the that aptly suits your appetite and normal sadya, sadya brings together an assortment of accompaniments and gravies. Avial is among the most popular dishes in a Sadya. Sadya is thick, dark brown gravy finds the perfect balance between the roast coconut and tangy tamarind gravy.
Karimeen Pollichathu-Seafood Lovers’ Delight
Karimeen fish is pan fried for just over a minute and combined with a fiery masala with shallots, curry leaves, ginger, garlic, tomato and green chilies and then wrapped daintily in banana leaf packets and then cooked on a skillet or tava.
Meen (Fish) or Cheemeen (Prawns) Moilee-Kerala’s Emblemantic Sea food Dish
There are many theories that surround Kerala’s best-known seafood dish for thai curry with a coconut milk base, except that the basil makes way for curry leaves and turmeric. Meen (fish) or cheemeen Moilee-Kerala’s Emblematic Sea food Dish tastes equally good with fish or prawns and best with rice.
There are some dishes that don’t quite taste the same outside Kerala. PaalAda Payasam tastiest is prime example for the best bet is to be invited for a Hindu wedding. Payasam is cooked in large quantities over wood fires till it almost turns a pale pink.
One for the Road-Sulaimani Chai
Kozhikode’s food culture has been deeply with its long-standing Middle East connections. One for the Road- Sulaimani chai is an Indian black tea like no other- crushed cardamom, grated ginger, tea powder and jaggery come together with lemon and tea power.