Common foods from kerala

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Masala Dosa, Originally from Tamil nadu, Now a fovourite of India and available in nook and corner of kerala
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Palappam, tastes best with Non Veg, especially egg curry.


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Karimeen, much hyped food in kerala. Best tastes when properly fried. Personally I don’t find it much interesting.

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Paneer masala. Not so popular in kerala. One of my favourites


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kadai Chicken. Too spicy

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Ayikkoora masala (fish Curry)

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Kappa (tapioca). Best served in toddy shops along with toddy and non vegetarian curry
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Ilayappam, sweet dish made up of jaggery, wheat and jack-fruit


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Again palappam with potato stew

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Beef fry. We keralites believe in either vegetarianism or non vegetarianism. Either eat any living creature or don’t even touch egg.

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Palappam, Egg curry and Stew

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Puttu, pazham and non veg masala, Tastes good along with kadala curry

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Chicken masala


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Lemon pickle


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Kinnan appam

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Mango pickle (kadu maanga)


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Plain Dosa, chutney (madeup of green chilly and red dry chilly), sambar and chutney powder

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Traditional Feast of kerala


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Paper dosa (Got the name from its thickness)

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Biriyani

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Idiyappam, best with kadala, egg curry or non veg curries

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Puttu made of normal rice


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Fish fry

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Prawn fry (Konchu)


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Ada, made of wheat, jaggery, coconut

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Idly, chutnies and sambhar

Porotta, Keralites main dish for breakfast and dinner, outside home.
Tastes best with egg curry or non veg dishes. In kerala main side dish for parotta is beef fry or chicken roast

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4 thoughts on “Common foods from kerala

  • December 11, 2010 at 3:54 am
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    owesome..

    you forgot (mallu) Parota?? I like it very much…

    Wt is the different between palappam & Appam…

    I like appam too… with some spicy curry…

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  • December 11, 2010 at 2:01 pm
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    Sorry viswanath i missed it. (updated now). The diifference between palappam and vellayappam-: Palapppam, as its name indicates you must add "coconut milk" which is called "Thenga pal"& it need "appa chatty" (special Tava) for its proper shape and texture. In vellayppam there is no coconut milk as an ingredient but grinded coconut paste is added to the batter. (personally i don't like vellayappam)

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  • December 11, 2010 at 5:15 pm
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    tnx dear…

    I feel… u like non-veg very much???

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  • December 11, 2010 at 6:46 pm
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    Can't resist, especially when there is something to wash it down

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