Kerala snacks without oil recipes

Madakkappam/ Kerala Style Pan cake with coconut Jaggery filling

Madakkappam/ Kerala Style Pan cake with coconut Jaggery filling

Madakkappam or madakku San is a tasty tea snack or breakfast from Kerala, India. Now days my kids also love this nadan palaharam (typical kerala sweet snack) like their mama so I used to prepare this sweet love letters for them occasionally and always their reply were ‘simply awesome’
Ulli Vada/Kerala Onion Fritter

Ulli Vada/Kerala Onion Fritter

Ever since my childhood I love to watch rain near the window pane with a plate of hot and spicy bite Most of the time that taste bud prefers Vada or pakoda items like Ully Vada (Kerala Onion Fritters) or Parippu Vada ( Daal fritters) or Uzhunu/Urad Vada (Medu Vada) etc
Unnakkai (A traditional sweet snack from Malabar)

Unnakkai (A traditional sweet snack from Malabar)

Unnakai is a rich, heavy dessert made by steamed mashed ripe plantain (Kerala banana/ Nethrappazham/ Ethappazham), ghee, coconut, sugar or jaggery, some dry fruits & nuts, and cardamom
Chakka Varattiyathu - Kerala Recipes

Chakka Varattiyathu - Kerala Recipes

Jaggery syrup (jaggery is boiled with some water and strained. my the word chakka varattiyathu brings in nostalgic memories of summer holidays of my childhood and this jackfruit sweet still is my favorite Kerala dessert
Chakka Varattiyathu - Kerala Recipes

Chakka Varattiyathu - Kerala Recipes

Jaggery syrup (jaggery is boiled with some water and strained. my the word chakka varattiyathu brings in nostalgic memories of summer holidays of my childhood and this jackfruit sweet still is my favorite Kerala dessert
Simple Semiya/ Vermicelli Upma/ Uppumaavu Kerala Style

Simple Semiya/ Vermicelli Upma/ Uppumaavu Kerala Style

We can make Semiya/ Vermicelli Upma with vegetables and without vegetables. Here I am sharing with you Semiya/ Vermicelli Upma without vegetables, it well goes with ripe banana, sugar and a glass of hot tea or coffee