Kerala chicken biryani
Chicken Biryani

Biryani got its name from...

  • Dalcha

    Dalcha (Mutton)

    Average Rating: (4 / 5)

    Dalcha is a popular Indian side dish made from mutton and dal.  It is usually served as a side dish for rice, biryani, pulao, chappathi etc. Dalcha is ...

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  • Uzhunnu Vada / Medu Vada

    Uzhunnu Vada / Medu Vada

    Average Rating: (3.7 / 5)

    Uzhunnu vada, also known as medu vada or urad dal fritters, is a common snack in South India. What can be a more ideal complement to a hot ...

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  • chicken pulao

    Chicken Pulao

    Average Rating: (4 / 5)

    Though many think the pulao to be an inferior dish to biriyani, actually the mouth watering quick recipe featuring chicken, basmati rice and aromatic spices is an awesome ...

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    Cherupayar Payasam

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    Chicken Cutlet

    Chicken cutlet is always a favorite of all non-veg lovers. Chefs and house wives prefer this snack because of its ...more

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    Aloo Gobi Masala

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    Chemmeen Theeyal

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    Kichadi

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    Dry Red chilli Chicken

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  • parippu vada

    Parippu vada / Dal vada

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  • Kerala chicken biryani

    Chicken Biryani

    Biryani got its name from the Iranian word “birian”, meaning “fried before cooking”. So we can believe that it originated ...more

  • Pan fried paneer tikka

    Pan Fried Paneer Tikka

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  • Appam or Palappam

    Appam / Palappam

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    Vattayappam

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    Fish-Tomato Roast

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Kerala Recipes

Kerala recipes reflect the history, culture, geography and religion of Keralites. Rice based ingredients are the major constituent of eating habit. Standing next to rice, the chief ingredient is coconut. Like all other Indian foods, Kerala recipes are very spicy and famous for its variety in preparation of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. There are hundreds of cooking traditions in this state. The food preparation differs in Kochi when compared to Malabar. Travancore cuisine has total uniqueness when compared with Kochi or Malabar. The non-vegetarian tradition of Malabar Muslims is renowned in whole state. There is even a variety of biriyani named Thalassery biriyani that itself proclaims the richness of Malabar food tradition. The Manga curry (mango curry) - a special curry of central Keralites is always salivatory. It is an inevitable dish of their functions. The Travancore tradition of seafood preparation is matchless and they prepare magnificent sea food dishes. Ingredients, cooking utensils and the variation of fire have significant influence over Kerala recipes, irrespective of its type, whether veg or non-veg.


Trends observed among Malayalees, that they are fascinated for takeaway foods and an inclination towards other cuisines including Chinese, Arabian, Italian, Spanish, Mexican etc. The reason is lack of time and awareness of our traditional dishes. This portal provides Kerala recipes which anyone can cook without spending lot of time in kitchen. The richness of Malayalam foods can be enjoyed even without having command over that language. Keralarecipes.co.in deliberately attempts to keep up the brevity of Kerala recipes in order to help you to prepare easy but delicious food items. The immediate advantage is time saving. Studies say that our new generation is forbidden from tasty and healthy Malayalam food habits whereas our generation unintentionally force them affix with foreign delicacies. This portal is not intended against any foreign food traditions. It is equally qualitative to Kerala recipes. The question is simple, if we do not protect our traditions, then who will? It is a chance for them to recollect those traditional foods and rejuvenate their taste buds. The recipes provided here maintain a clear balance between the ingredients and the taste by completely avoiding artificial flavors and colours. Thus the main focus is on health having a minimal compromise on the taste factor. All the recipes provided are tested and tasted. Although the portal emphasizes on traditional kerala recipes, the chef never backs out from trying fusion recipes which is a combination of both Indian and International ones. Keen attention also has been given to seasonal and festival recipes.