Kerala ( India) – Gods own country

The food of Kerala is one that needs no introduction: It’s simple, zesty, flavorful and offers an intelligent combination of potent spices Unlike the cuisine of its neighboring states, the food of Kerala prides itself on being predominantly non-vegetarian. You’ve got chicken, mutton, pork, beef and a thrilling range of  seafood – mussels, crab, tiger prawns, king prawns, tiny prawns, oysters, sardines, mackerel, tuna and gorgeous red lobsters.

Mallu ( Malayalis) food isn’t just about the recipes; it reflects a meeting of cultures. Kerala Hindus have a largely vegetarian menu and use coconuts that grow along the coast.

I will be sharing few Kerala recipes in the coming posts

Kerala Avial -Kerala Sadya Style Avial or Aviyal Recipe – Yummy Recipes

Ingredients Of Avial (Mixed Vegetable Curry)

  • 2 tsp coconut oil
  • 2-3 slit green chillies
  • Curry leaves to taste
  • Few cumin seeds
  • Vegetables- drumsticks, carrots, french beans, potatoes
  • Salt to taste
  • Coconut for paste
  • 2 tsp hung curd

How to Make Avial (Mixed Vegetable Curry)

  1. For the paste
  2. Grind the grated coconut into a paste. Add few cumin seeds, curry leaves and green chillies.
  3. For the avial:
  4. Boil the vegetables and keep them aside.Heat coconut oil in pan. Add green chillies, curry leaves, boiled vegetables, salt and coconut paste.
  5. Let the preparation cook for 2-3 minutes on low flame till the vegetables and the coconut paste blend well. Put the preparation in a bowl, add curd and mix it well.
  6. Avial is ready. Garnish with curry leaves and enjoy the authentic South Indian dish.

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