Varutharacha Chemmeen Curry | Shrimps in Roasted Coconut Gravy | Kerala Style

"Kerala and its love for seafood"- It is too hard to find a food documentary or write-up on Kerala cuisine without mentioning how important is seafood to people in Kerala.  With about 580 km of coastal line in the western side and more than 10 lakh people depending on marine and inland fisheries for livelihood, … Continue reading Varutharacha Chemmeen Curry | Shrimps in Roasted Coconut Gravy | Kerala Style

Fish Molee / Molly / Moilee – Kerala Style Fish Stew

Fish Molee (sometimes spelled as Fish Molly or Fish Moilee) is a delicately flavored fish stew made using fried fish, coconut milk, and other spices. This dish marks the foreign influence (especially of the Portuguese) on the cuisine of Kerala. Any fish can be used to prepare this dish. But most commonly, Seer Fish, Pomfret, … Continue reading Fish Molee / Molly / Moilee – Kerala Style Fish Stew

Unakka Chemmeen Chakkakuru Manga Curry (Dried Shrimp with Jackfruit seeds and Raw Mango)

Treat your taste buds with this mouth watering 'Unakka Chemmeen Chakkakuru Manga Curry' and rice. This curry is a unique combination of Unakka Chemmeen (Dried Shrimps), Chakkakuru (Jackfruit seeds), Manga (Mango) and is one of the most delightfully flavorful seafood specialty of Kerala. Ingredients Dried Shrimps - 1 cup Jackfruit seeds - 15 to 20, peeled … Continue reading Unakka Chemmeen Chakkakuru Manga Curry (Dried Shrimp with Jackfruit seeds and Raw Mango)

Ayala Varuthathu (Indian Mackerel Fry) – A Kerala coastal delicacy

Kerala offers a wide variety of seafood delicacies. Fish is mostly prepared as curry or it is marinated with spices and then fried. There are wide varieties of fish recipes available across Kerala. Indian Mackerel, known as Ayala or Aiyla in Malayalam, is one of the most common fish available in the state, harvested from … Continue reading Ayala Varuthathu (Indian Mackerel Fry) – A Kerala coastal delicacy