Varutharacha Chicken Curry
Varutharacha Chicken Curry, the name itself brings back the nostalgic childhood memories of Kerala. I really do miss those carefree days of my life. Every house we visit will definitely make this curry and each tasting heavenly, This curry is made with Nadan Kozhi or the country chicken. The smell of the roasted coconut with shallots, curry leaves, Red Chillies and coriander seeds are used in this original curry are used here which tickles your taste buds to the hilt. The aroma of coconut oil in this curry is another important factor adding the required flavour to this curry. The coconut mixture is roasted with coconut oil till they turn brown and crisp and used to be ground to a paste without adding water in a flat grinding stone with another cylindrical stone to grind. when this is ground the oil will ooze out and facilitate to grind smoothly. the ground masala will be very dark brown smelling delicious and filling the whole house with this mesmerising smell. Now due to shortage of time and modern gadgets we use chilly powder and coriander powder and grind the roast coconut mixture in a mixer grinder. The taste is not the same as the original curry, but can be compromised to some extent and get to enjoy this. I have tried to make it as closely to the original as possible. My mom used to grind the coconut using the ammikallu, but now thanks to the modern gadgets she also started using them. It is said the taste of the pudding is in the eating. so lets go for it..

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Kerala Fish Curry
Kerala fish curry
Fish Curry is an indispensable part of Kerala cuisine. No meal is complete without the Fish curry. It can be made with or without coconut. Here I am giving you the version without coconut. Fish curry can be made using different methods. You can use any kind of fish like Mackarel (Ayila), Sardines (Mathi), Seer Fish (NeyMeen).

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Chicken Curry
This Chicken Curry is not spicy but very yummy. As we are all very health conscious we try to reduce the spice level as much as possible. This chicken curry recipe is that of my daughter in law, she is a good cook and definitely deserves a credit for this.Try this and let me know.

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Aloo Paratha Recipe – How to make Aloo Paratha
Aloo Parathas are made using Potato and wheat flour as the main ingredient with all spices in the required quantity according to ones taste. My children love this yummy parathas. I usually make the curd dip as accompaniment for the parathas, preparation method I have mentioned here. I also make parathas using mooli (Radish), Cauliflower, Panner (Cottage Cheese), Methi (Fenu Greek Leaves), MInced Meat, Minced Chicken etc. Each has got its distinct taste. I will give the recipe for each of them one by one. Enjoy the delicious parathas..

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