Archive for June, 2012
The Payasam is a sweet dish made with rice, milk and sugar or jaggery. It is usually served on feasts or on special days. The Pal Payasam (pal means milk) looks good, smells good and tastes terrific!
Pickles are a common accompaniment in every Indian meal and they are served in small quantities to enhance the meal. You can make pickle using fruits and vegetables and the most common are mangoes,lemon,carrot,cauliflower etc. Today I am sharing a simple and spicy recipe of kerala mango pickle.
Kerala Beef Fry recipe has hundreds of variations. It basically varies from region to region. Some people call Beef Fry as Beef Ularthiyathu while others call it as Beef Olathiyathu/Ulathiyathu. Whatever be the name or recipe followed for Beef Fry, the common approach is to Marinate and Cook the Beef and then Pan Fry till the beef is completely dry. Traditionally, Coconut Oil and Coconut Slices are used for the Nadan Beef Fry Recipe. I normally skip Coconut Slices but if you want the authentic taste, don’t skip the slices.