Malabar Biryani (V)(GF): My take on the famous Malabar Biryani. Beans, peas, carrots, and Basmati cooked with spices and coconut oil
-Eaten by itself or with the Mirch Ka Salaan
Mirch ka salan(V)(GF) My take on the classic. Poblano, hot peppers and Sweet bell peppers cooked in a sesame, peanut, coconut and poppy seeds gravy with aromatics and spices
-Eaten with the white rice or the Biryani
Broccoli Araichakalaral(V)(GF): Broccoli, bell peppers and fenugreek leaves cooked with spices and tossed with a mixture of mung beans, chickpeas and pigeon peas, coconut and a bunch of other spices.
Eaten by itself or with white rice
Vendekkai vengaya vendiya kozhambu(V)(GF) : Indian Okra(Not as slimy!) and Pearl onions cooked in a spicy, sweet and sour tamarind sauce with a bunch of spices. It’s sweet, spicy and sour and makes a great accompaniment to white rice.
- Eaten with white rice
Jeera raita(GF) - Raita with yogurt and roasted cumin
Goes great with the biryani or just about anything, really
Whole Milk Yogurt