Kakka Rotti

Kakka Rotti

Announcing a special iftar chicken dish for all the chicken lovers. It is known as kakka rotti in malabar areas and typically it is a combination of steamed rice dumplings in a chicken gravy. It contains the steamed rice dumplings mixed with a very delicious spicy chicken gravy. The dumplings are made with roasted rice

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Chicken Masala Bread Pola

Chicken Masala Bread Pola

Today I am introducing another special recipe from Malabar cuisine. It is Chicken Masala Bread Pola. I had already shared some other varieties of pola like kaipola, carrot pola, apple pola and thari pola. This Chicken Masala Bread Pola is a spicy version of pola. Bread pieces were dipped in egg and placed on the greased pan as the

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Kozhi Ada/ alabar special kozhiyada

Kozhi Ada / Malabar special Kozhiyada

Kozhi Ada is one of a famous Malabar  snack. It is more common during the time of ramadan times for muslim. Being a muslim I was so familiar with this snack from my childhood itself. I have learned this recipe from my grandmother. I was a fan of kozhi Ada from that old times. During

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Poricha Pathiri/ Ney pathiri

Poricha Pathhiri / Ney Pathiri

Traditional Malabar dishes are very popular with its tasty flavours. Like any other Malabar dishes Poricha pathiri/ ney pathiri is one of the main  and famous breakfast dish in Malabar. Especially in Calicut, Kannur and Malappuram areas. The method of preparation is different in different area of Malabar. This is a deep fried version of

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Kozhikkal

Kozhikkal/ Tapioca Fry

Kozhikkal is a traditional Malabar snack originated at Thalassery. Kozhikkal literally means “Chicken Leg”. This snack resembles the shape of fried chicken legs thus the name “Kozhikkal”. This is a delicious snack with outside crispier and soft inside. For preparing this Kozhikkal here i used gram flour and rice flour, You can also use Maida instead

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Stuffed Egg Bajji / Egg Bonda

Bajji is an easy to make evening snack. Bajji is usually prepared by dipping in a batter prepared from Besan/ gram flour or Maida. Various varieties of bajjis are there. Egg bajji is prepared by dipping hard boiled egg in besan/ gram flour batter. Here I cut the hard boiled Eggs in half lengthwise, removed the

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