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Recipes

Sharing recipes inspired by my years of cooking, teaching and hosting friends and family.

Fish Molee

Fish molee is simple, mild in spice, delicate and addictive. It is one of the most loved dishes in Kerala cuisine, some say it is the influence of the Portuguese […]
Fish Molee

Swiss roll

  A Swiss roll is a type of sponge cake filled with jam of your choice or whipped cream or just icing. To the French it’s a “Roulade”, to the […]
Swiss roll

Malabar Chicken

The cuisine of Kerala is as diverse as the state itself. Kerala’s Malabar region is well- known for its ethnic Moplah (or Mappila – the local term used for the […]
Malabar Chicken

Cheesy Greens

“Someone has to stand up and say the answer is not another pill. The answer is SPINACH.”  -Bill Mayer LOW in calories and HIGH on nutrients – that’s SPINACH for you. Spinach is not only […]
Cheesy Greens

Ribbon Rice

“I like rice. Rice is great if you’re hungry and want two thousand of something.” – Mitch Hedberg In most Indian households, cooking a pot of rice is an everyday […]
Ribbon Rice

Lemony Fiesta

This dessert – Lemon Cream is a happy ending to any meal – special or not. It has a beautiful pale yellow colour and is light and airy. It’s tangy, […]
Lemony Fiesta

Crumb fish

There is nothing quite like freshly fried crumb fish – it’s light, crispy, delicate and tastes great. Any fleshy white fish will do. By following the recipe below carefully, you […]
Crumb fish

Paneer tikka

“When you have the best and tastiest ingredients, you can cook very simply and the food will be extraordinary because it tastes like what it is.”   –  Alice Water […]
Paneer tikka

Spicy Chicken Souffle 

  A chicken soufflé is light and fluffy and is made out of chicken and a couple of savoury ingredients – not forgetting egg yolks and stiffly beaten egg whites. […]

French onion soup

“Only the pure in heart can make a good soup.” – Ludwig van Beethoven. French onion soup is a rustic French classic soup made up of beef or chicken broth […]