5 Most Delicious Breakfast Dishes From Kerala You Must Try
- Ria Baidya
Updated : January 20, 2022 05:01 IST
We have brought you 5 delicious breakfast dishes from Kerala that can become your go-to meal.
Making something that's both healthy and delicious early in the morning can be quite a task. Morning blues are a thing that keeps us away from stepping into our kitchens. Fretting over the thought of what to make for breakfast, is a common thing that happens with almost everyone. From now on you don’t have to worry about this anymore. We have brought you 5 delicious breakfast dishes from Kerala that can become your go-to meal. Keralites believe in having breakfast (that includes healthy foods) like a king. We are all aware of the light dishes that South-Indian cuisine has to offer. The extensive use of local ingredients ranging from coconut to spices makes the food of Kerala a beautiful mélange of different flavours. So, if you want to make your meals more interesting, give the below-mentioned traditional breakfast dishes of Kerala a try.
Appam is also known as ‘hoppers’ in some parts of the region. This thin white crepe is made using fermented rice and coconut. Appam is characterized by nice crispy edges with a fluffy centre, that give it a bowl shape. Appam is actually a healthy option for breakfast as it is gluten-free and also fits in the vegan diet.
Idiyappam is one of the most popular traditional dishes of Kerala. It can be seen as a regional take on noodles, as rice flour is pressed into thin strings, giving them the look of noodles. Idiyappam is often served with sweetened coconut milk or vegetable kurma.
3. Nadan Mutta Curry
Nadan Mutta Curry is a wholesome meal that is often paired with Appam or Puttu. This dish can be called a champion of breakfast dishes for its overflowing flavours. To make this breakfast dish, boiled eggs are simmered in coconut milk with seasonings of spices like ginger- garlic and spicy masala. You should definitely try this Nadan Mutta Curry for its tantalizing flavours.
Pathiri is quite famous in the coastal Malabar region of Kerala. The batter of this dish is made with rice flour which is baked in special pans called Oadu. Pathiri has a soft chewy texture, which is quite similar to the chapatis. It is mostly enjoyed with non-vegetarian dishes like mutton or fish curry.
5. Ela Ada
If you are one of those people, who like to start their day with something sweet, then Ela Ada is just the right dish for you. It is a delicate parcel that is made with rice and infused with jaggery and coconut. Then it is steamed to perfection in banana leaves. The leaf adds a rich layer to the dish which makes it a scrumptious sweet treat early in the morning.
What are you waiting for? Go and try these amazing dishes!