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Kerala (South Indian)

Prepare yourself for a culinary journey that canvases everything from exquisite seafood to ignored vegetables, from coconut milk to crispy curry leaves, from spluttering mustard seeds to soft and spongy appams. Prepare yourself for a scrumptious ride to 'God's own country'.

Appam is a revolutionary food. It's got a soft and thick center, a paper thin outside and can be paired with almost anything. Vegetable stew on the other hand is also a regular Mallu delicacy. Bathed in a beautifully spiced and dreamy coconut gravy and served steaming hot.

Mother's secret reciepe. Don't mistake this for just another biryani recipe.

It's crossed generations and is from Kerala. This stellar dish is a huge amount of spices and a small amount of chilli.

Pomfret Moilee -
The recipes is simple and sensational. The fleshy pomfret fish, some mustard seeds, curry leaves, tomatoes and turmeric and you've got yourself a cracker of a dish.

The South Indian Delight: Payasam

It is believed that the term payasam is derived from peeyusham which means nectar or ambrosia. Payasa or payasam is also the Sanskrit word for milk. While people in Kerala and Tamil Nadu call it payasam.

The traditional recipe includes rice, vermicelli and moong dal.