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Kerala Food

Kerala, the land of spices, delivers a unique and unmatched taste in its cuisines that comes from a profound use of spices and coconuts. And to top it all, traditional culinary habits along with an age old dining tradition in the form of serving the food on a banana leaf presents a complete picture of the vividness of Kerala and its famous delicacies.

 

The Kerala food is particularly famous for its spicy flavor brought about by the use of various spices such as cinnamon, clove, turmeric, ginger, cardamom and coriander among the many. The rich taste of Kerala cuisine can also be further attributed to the multi-ethnic cultural vibrancy of the state where Hindus particularly specialize in vegetarian dishes whereas Muslims and Christians deliver unmatched non- vegetarian cuisines. Some of the most popular cuisines of Kerala include variety of dishes such as appam, sambar, rasam, olan, kaalan, idli, dosai, thoren, pachadi, payasam, avial, pathiri along with various desserts and snacks made of coconut.

A taste of Kerala…

Sambar is a spicy vegetable curry made of different vegetables with various spices such as chilly powder, turmeric powder and coriander seeds. It is generally served with rice, idli and dosa.

 

Avial is a combination of various vegetables and coconut milk. It also includes different fruits such as mangoes, jackfruit and various dry fruits such as cashew nuts. It is a delicacy prepared during festivals.

 

Thoren is prepared by either frying or steaming vegetables with turmeric, coriander and other spices. Green papaya is also extensively used in the preparation of Thoren which greatly enhances its taste.

 

Rasam is a popular cuisine of Kerala. It is a clear broth flavored with lemon, pepper, tamarind and other spices and vegetables. The ingredients used for the preparation of Rasam mainly include coconut milk, green chilly, curd, papaya and some other fruits and vegetables. It is generally consumed after the meal as a digestive supplement.

 

Kerala also offers various sweets in the form of milk rice ‘paayasam’, coconut rice and various other delicacies sweetened using jaggery. Apart from these, snacks like banana chips, tapioca chips, jack chips and papadams along with a variety of pickles are available.

 

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