Traditional Malabar Special Dishes(Kerala)

1 Green pepper sardine Roast

Sardines are rich in omega 3, so including sardine in your daily diet can keep you safe from omega 3 deficiency. This is the most underrated fish with tons of vitamins and minerals.

Sardines are commonly available fish in India. Hence there are many sardine recipes all over the country. I am here introducing traditional Kerala sardine recipe known as sardine green pepper roast, only 4 ingredients are needed for this spicy and healthy sardine roast. It is the tastiest side dish for rice that I ever had. To get to know how to prepare sardine green pepper roast

2 Stuffed banana

Stuffed banana is an easy evening snack, good for both adult and kids. The main ingredients are banana, grated coconuts, nuts, raisins, cardamom powder, ghee. Banana is a rich source of fibre so including those in your daily diet can smoothen the digestive system and make it stronger and healthier. This is the snack my mom used to make for me when I was a kid, kids will love this snack for sure.

3.Dates fry or fritters

This is also an evening snack. Dates dipped in a batter and get it a deep fry in hot oil turns out to be a spongy and soft snack for tea time. The taste is so amazing that it’s tough to keep your hand away from the plate each time you finished eating a dates fry.

4. Kozhikal or Tapioca Fritters.

Kozhikal means leg of a chicken in Malayalam. But unlike the name indicates it is a pure veg snack, made of tapioca. This is a popular snack in northern Kerala region, where this is commonly available in all street food shop during the time of evening tea. Main ingredients to make kozhikal are tapioca, besan flour, chilli powder, curry leaves, asafoetida.

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