Erachi Petty

Erachi Petty/ Iftar Special Meat Box

Meat Box or Erachi Petty is a Malabari snack famous during Ifthar parties. Since the holy month of Ramadan has started, I thought it’s a good time to share this recipe. It is basically stuffed pancakes. The appearance of the pancake is like a box and hence the name erachi petty. The chicken fillings are

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Bread nirachathu

Bread Nirachathu/ Bread Stuffed with meat masala

Bread nirachathu/bread stuffed with meat masala is another authentic Malabar dish that is served for the iftar times and some of other festivals of Muslims. This snack is mainly famous in north Malabar area like Kannur and Calicut districts. My studies were at Kannur district. So I used to have a lot of friends from

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Kumbilappam

Kumbilappam/ Steamed Jackfruit Cake

Kumbilappam is seasonal authentic dish from Kerala and it also goes by several names; Kumbilappam, Chakka Kumbilappam, Chakka Appam, Vazhanayappam, Theraliyappam. Whatever be the name, the recipe followed is the same. This special Kerala snack can be described as taste bud-motivator! Jack fruit preserve, incorporated with rice flour, grated coconut and jaggery are mixed together

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Kerala Style Beef Balls

[ingredients title=”Ingredients”] Minced Cooked Beef – 1&1/2 cup Small Onion/Shallots(finely chopped) – 1/2 cup Green chillies(chopped) – 2 Ginger(nicely chopped) – 1&1/2  tspn Garlic (Nicely chopped) – 1&1/2 tspn Curry leaves(finely chopped) – 2 tbspn Egg – 1 Pepper powder – 1 tspn Salt – to taste Maida as required Oil – for frying [/ingredients]

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Dates Fritters/ Eethapazham Porichathu

[ingredients title=”Ingredients”] Dates – 1 cup Nicely chopped coconut – 1/4 cup Nicely chopped cashew nuts – 1/4 cup Maida – 1/2 cup Rice flour – 1tbspn Water – 1/2 cup Salt – as needed Oil for deep frying [/ingredients] [directions title=”Directions”] Mash the pitted dates using hand. Add chopped coconut and cashew nuts and mix well until well combined.

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Sugiyan/ Sukhiyan

Sugiyan/ Sukhiyan

Sukhiyan/Sugiyan/Modakam- a sweet nostalgic snack. Who could forget the taste of snacks in our childhood. Nothing can beat those snacks like sugiyan,diamond cuts,madhura seva etc. My mom used to make these at home, whenever we would be home for vacation. These sweet snacks are found in local tea shops in Kerala and we used to

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Raw Plantain Chips

[ingredients title=”Ingredients”] Raw Plantain/ Nenthrakkaya- 2 Turmeric -1 tspn Salt – 1 tspn Oil to fry Water – 1/4 cup [/ingredients] [directions title=”Directions”]  Peel off the skin of the raw plantain. Soak this in water with a teaspoon of turmeric for about 15 minutes. Heat some oil to deep fry. Dissolve the salt in water

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