Famous Things To Eat In Kerala

Kerala, which is surrounded by the sea, is home to a variety of mouth-watering seafood delicacies, including mussels, crab, tiger prawns, king prawns, small prawns, oysters, sardines, mackerel, tuna, and magnificent red lobsters. When wandering through the streets of Kerala, one can’t help but salivate. Unlike its neighbors, Kerala takes great pleasure in the extensive range of non-vegetarian cuisine available to the state’s ever-hungry tourists. You can check the Kerala family tour packages on Lock Your Trip for an awesome trip with your family. The place offers the best food in entire South India, you can taste the traditional food and also some unique foods available only in Kerala. Let’s talk about some best foods of Kerala, which you can enjoy in the Kerala family tour package.

Puttu and Kadala Curry

Traditional Food of Kerala, Puttu is a steamed rice cake with coconut. This is a popular breakfast meal as well as a staple cuisine in Kerala. This Kerala culinary item is traditionally served with kadala curry, which is just black chickpeas, but it may be eaten any way you choose.

Appam with Stew – One of the Most Popular in Kerala

Anyone from Kerala would tell you that appam and stew are their favorite dishes from back home. I believe they are right in doing so since appam appears to be the next big thing in the culinary sector. It’s a rice pancake with a mushy, substantial center and a crisp, paper-thin outside layer. Appam will enhance the flavor of any food you serve it with by a factor of a hundred. It’s frequently served with a southern-style stew, in which pieces of any sort of meat are drowned in a silky, creamy, dreamy coconut curry that will make you sad when it’s done. Enjoy this dish with your family in thKerala family package.

Malabar Parotta With Kerala Beef Curry

Kerela’s famous and traditional beef curry is delicious and goes well with ghee and raita. It’s another spicy dish with beef cooked till soft, prepared with all the spices and Kerala masala. Parotta is an Indian flatbread with many layers. It’s create by combining all-purpose flour, egg, ghee, and water in a kneading bowl. When cook, the spirals are rolled out into spherical spirals and flatten to form further layers. Then they’re roast until they’re soft and tender. Warm parottas are best, and the combination with the beef curry is delicious.

Dosa Ghee Roast with Kerala Style Sambhar

Dosa is a south Indian dish that is immensely famous across India. Dosas are create in a variety of shapes and sizes and are available in a variety of flavors. Another type of dosa is the Dosa Ghee Roast, which is form like a triangle and serve invert. This dosa is toppe with a large dollop of ghee on the cone’s tip. The preparation of Kerala-style sambar differs somewhat from traditional sambar. Sambar is the Kerala tradition is made with mix veggies and spices toast coconut. The dosa and sambar combo is delicious and must be trie.

Banana Fritters

Crispy and crunchy meals that are also appetizing appeal to everyone. Kerala’s banana wafers are well-known, as are Banana Fritters. These deep-fried banana fritters are serve with a red or green sauce. Fritters are serve as an appetizer or a teatime snack. Fritters are produce using a batter of flour, salt, and water. If you want the fritters to be sweeter, you can add sugar. Banana slices are coat in batter and deep-fried till golden brown.

Nadan Kozhi Varuthathu – Spicy Chicken Fry

If you want to spice up your taste buds? Then you must taste one of Kerala’s national meals. Nadan Kozhi Varuthathu is fried chicken with a considerable quantity of spices serve on a banana leaf with onion, spices, garlic, and vinegar. Chapattis, Kerala Porotta (a layered flatbread made from maida flour), appam, or rice are all good accompaniments. In the list of Kerala foods eaten with dosa, it also functions as a popular street meal. If you try Nadan Kozhi Varuthathu on your next trip to Kerala, you’ll forget KFC.

Naadan Beef Fry or Kerala Style Beef Fry

In many respects, this delectable Kerala culinary dish defines the state of Kerala. It will be quite tough to fall out of love with this venue and all it has to offer to its visitors due to the dish’s amazing flavors. Curry leaves, ginger garlic paste, and mustar leaves are liberally use to the meal, which will leave you in another world of taste.


Sadhya, a traditional Kerala Thali, is serve in a fresh plantain leaf with rice and 12-20 items. Without this traditional feast, Kerala’s most celebrated celebration, Onam would be incomplete. The traditional rice is know as choru and the side dishes are collectively know as Kootan. Other meals served with kootan include achar (pickle), puli inji (ginger-tamarind paste),  pazham (banana), kayyavarathathu (banana chips), moru (buttermilk), and parippu (dal and ghee paste). The method and flavour of kootan are different. If you have never experienced a traditional Kerala sadhya, be sure to do so the next time you visit the state. Sadhya is a simple dish to prepare, and it is frequently serve at weddings and other occasions in Kerala.

Kerala Fish Curry

The Kerala fish curry is the state’s most well-known and traditional cuisine. The curry is full of tantalizing aromas and is prepare in a traditional manner without the use of coconut or coconut milk. Fish, Kashmiri red chili powder, tamarind, spices, Kerala masala, herbs, and curry leaves are the key components. When prepared in a clay pot, the curry is at its finest. The dish goes well with basic hot rice or roti. This is a must-try food in the Kerala family tour package.

Kerala Biryani

Biryani is popular not only in Kerala but also throughout India. Each region’s biryani has its own distinct flavor and taste. The biryani can be prepare vegetarian or meat-based. Fish is the most popular meat in Kerala, as it is the state of seafood. Biryani is made using herbs, spices, and a specific Kerala biryani masala. Kerala biryani is something you should try at least once while a trip to Kerala by choosing the perfect Kerala family tour package.

Mussel Stir Fry

Mussel Stir Fry is serve as a side dish with Kappa or Rice and curries. Onions, garlic, chilies, garam masala, turmeric, salt, and shred coconut are use in the preparation of mussels. This state is also know as the Land of Spice and is one of the best places for food lovers. It would be more amazing with family. So, what you are waiting for, go and book your preferred Kerala family tour package.