Kappa is a comforting dish made using boiled tapioca, coconut paste, onion, red chillies, curry leaves and different spices.
The humble tapioca or cassava, which once used to be a part of staple diet in Kerala, is now much in demand not just among the local people but tourists
Malaika Arora’s got us salivating as she shared a snapshot of her Saturday meal on Instagram Stories
With each meal, I discover, there is so much more to Kerala than -fish- curry, and that, of course, local micro-cuisines exist as they do all over India.
Researchers from UKs Coventry University, showed that people who practice mind-body interventions have shown a decrease in the production of a molecule called nuclear factor kappa B (NF-kB), which is known to regulate gene expression.
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While the appam and stew is a traditional breakfast favourite, it's a great option for dinner too. This is one of the many dishes in Kerala cuisine that creates a delicate, yet unique flavour profile ...
This dish is traditionally cooked in coconut oil; however, you can also replace it with vegetable oil if you want.