Coconut, rice, tapioca, and spices like black pepper, cloves, cinnamon, and ginger are plentiful in Keralan cuisine. Despite the state's profusion of spices, you won't frequently come across a local dish that uses too many of them. And because of its extensive coastline, Kerala cuisine also uses a lot of seafood, including fish, prawns, mussels, and crabs. You can enjoy a delicious Kerala Cuisine in Kerala Tour Package from Delhi.
When trying Indian food for the first time, it may take some time before you fully appreciate its flavour but once you develop a habit, you'll probably become addicted. Kerala is very proud of the extensive menu of non-vegetarian foods it provides to its ravenous tourists. Lock Your Trip offers all top level facilities on your trip with Kerala Tour Package.
There are a lot of delicious dishes in Kerala that tourists love the most but I have prepared a list of must-try foods of Kerala down below.
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1) Chemmeen curry
This is a Kerala specialty dish. A mixture of fenugreek, Prawns, black mustard, fennel seeds, coconut milk, and green chilies are the main ingredients in this curry. It also includes a special ingredient called kudampuli (also known as brindleberry) to give it a sour taste. You can try this dish with other great facilities in Kerala Tour Package which is provided by Lock Your Trip.
This curry is so popular among travellers because of its toastiness and sweetness. This curry is made from raw plantains and it also frequently contains salted water-boiled pumpkin that is mildly sweet, chilies, dried lentils, grated coconut, turmeric powder, cumin seeds, and garlic, with rice as the base. Try this amazing curry with Kerala Tour Packages from Jaipur.
3) Idiyappam with curry
Idiyappam is a must-taste food if you ever visit Kerala. You can try Idiyappam with any kind of curry to taste the delicious food of Kerala. Idiyappam is made up of noolappam, rice, flour, and a few other ingredients. The best curry to taste is idiyappam with flavorful egg curry. We have added great hotels which serve delicious idiyappam with so many varieties of curry in Kerala Tour Packages 3 Nights 4 Days.
4) Appam with ishtu
If you haven't tried the traditional appam with ishtu, your trip to Kerala would be pointless. The widely consumed dish in Kerala is frequently paired with various stews, curries, and even eaten plain. Appam is a thin pancake with crunchy edges that is suitable for eating with any curry. You can enjoy it with both vegetarian and non-vegetarian curry. But ishtu is the one dish that goes best with appam.
5) Karimeen pollichathu
This Karimeen Pollichathu is an exceptional dish. If you intend to visit the lovely backwaters haven of Alleppey, make sure to sample the delectable fish they prepare because it is a popular Kerala dish there. The preparation of karimeen pollichathu is quite distinctive and exotic the taste of this dish reflects the supreme flavors of Kerala spices.
6) Puttu with kadala curry
Most of the people in Kerala eat this for breakfast. Puttu is a cylindrical coconut-grated rice cake that is steamed and cooked in a mold. Usually, kadala curry is served with it. Shouldots, spices, and coconut milk are used to make this dish, which can also be served with ripe bananas and grated coconut. This fantastic dish is available as part of kerala tour packages from nagpur which is provided by Lock Your Trip.