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Achappam

Achappam

Achappam is a deep fried rose cookie made with rice flour. It is a signature Syrian Christian food. In Kerala, it is an essential snack for Christians on special days such as Chris...
kalathappam

Kalathappam

Kalathappam or Malabar kalathappam is a traditional rice cake often made  for special occasstions . Its quiet easy recipe. First of all we will soak Rice. Here we took Hal...
poricha pathiri

Poricha Pathiri

Poricha Pathiri or Fried Pathiri is a popular malabar tea time snack. Its specialty is unlike other malabar delicacies you can find it everywhere in Kerala. First of all, ...
neyyappam

Neyyappam

Neyyappam is a sweet rice-based fritter fried in ghee. Its origin is in Kerala. It's a much popular teatime snack too. First of all, we need rice flour, which should be no...
roti jala

Roti Jala

Roti Jala, literally meaning "Net Bread", is a popular Malay tea time snack served with curry dishes which can be found in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. The roti jala is a pre...
Pulivalam

Pulivalam

Pulivalam is a North-Kerala special . Especially in Kasargod- the north district of kerala- its an inevitable dish in every special occasions. First of all soak the Raw ri...
Rasgulla

Rasgulla

Rasgulla or Rasagula is originated in Begal. Its easy to make and addictive in taste. It served as a dessert First of all, We have to make Paneer. Boil the Milk in a pan ...
Ney Vada

Ney Vada

Ney Vada is a Malabar tea time snack. Similar to doughnut. Its easy to make. so let's start First we will Mix All Purpose Flour, Gram flour, Baking soda,  together Siev...
Undampori

Undampori

Undampori or Sweet Bonda is a tea stall snack. Sweet balls made with wheat flour. First of all we have to melt Jaggery. Melt it with some water, strain it for impurities a...
paal cake

Paal Cake

Paal Cake or Milk Cake is a Malabar tea shop snack . You can have this on almost all tea shops in Malabar area. Let's start First we in a bowl take one egg with yolk. Next...