Mysteries of Malabar: 8 Hidden Treasures of Kerala’s Coastal Cuisine

Kallummakkaya Ularthiyathu: A flavorful dish made from mussels cooked with spices, coconut, and shallots, known for its rich and intense flavors.

Malabar Prawn Curry: Succulent prawns cooked in a creamy coconut milk gravy infused with traditional Malabar spices.

Kozhi Nirachathu: Stuffed chicken where the bird is marinated, filled with a mixture of rice, meat, and spices, then roasted to perfection.

Mappas: A mild and creamy curry made with chicken or mutton, flavored with aromatic spices and coconut milk.

Kerala Sadya: A grand vegetarian feast served on a banana leaf, featuring a variety of dishes like aviyal, olan, and payasam, typically prepared during festivals.

Kappa and Meen Curry: Tapioca (kappa) served with a spicy fish curry, a staple dish in Kerala’s coastal regions.

Karikku Dosa: Dosa made from tender coconut pulp, offering a unique and refreshing twist on the traditional dosa.

Unnakaya: A sweet snack made from ripe bananas stuffed with a mixture of coconut, sugar, and nuts, then deep-fried to a crispy golden brown.