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Keema Pav Recipe- Minced Mutton Masala and Pav- Mumbai Street Food

   Keema Pav Recipe- Minced Mutton Masala and Pav- Mumbai Street Food   Keema pav is must-try comfort food. It is a street food popular in Mumbai( Bombay, India) and if you love exploring local food, vada pav, and keema pav are must-try Mumbai street foods. Keema Pav is spicy ground meat (preferably mutton) masala served with toasted pav/bun. If Vada pav is a humble Indian version of the burger, keema pav is the Mumbai version of the Sloppy Joe! Keema Pav is seriously addictive, aromatic, and heartwarming. This recipe is an incredibly easy way to recreate the flavors of this popular street food at home. For your next potluck party or get-together, why not try something different as an appetizer. Scoop in a generous amount of tasty minced meat masala with crispy butter toasted pav bread. Serve it with extra curry/ gravy and a hot cup of lemon ginger tea. If you have never tried this before, give this recipe a try! You do not want to miss out on this tasty street food experience! The ke

10 Delicious Kerala Sadhya Payasam/ Pradhaman Recipes- Vishu and Onam Sadhya

10 Delicious Kerala Sadhya Payasam/ Pradhaman- Vishu and Onam Sadhya Tomorrow Malayalees around the world will be celebrating Vishu/ Kerala New year. So this is the perfect time to share some Sadhya recipes. Sadhya is a hearty meal, a vegetarian feast made on festive occasions. It is served, on a banana leaf with rice, pickles, chips, and curries ranging from mild yogurt and lentil curries to more spicy vegetable curries. But this post is dedicated entirely to the delightful treat/ dessert. Payasams are festive puddings served at the end of the Sadhya/ feast. Pradhaman/ payasam is made on all festive occasions like Vishu, Onam , Diwali, etc. If you love desserts here, are ten Kerala-style puddings for you to try. Payasam and pradhaman are both desserts or puddings, but when it comes to making pradhaman, there is a time-honored cooking technique. Payasam is easier to make but, pradhaman is time-consuming. It is cooked and reduced, and then cooked again- sort of double cooking which add

Easy Pineapple Cream Cheese Danish

   Easy Pineapple Cream Cheese Danish Cream cheese danish is one of my favorite pastries. Imagine biting into layers upon layers of wonderfully flaky buttery goodness, with a sweet fruit filling. Do you like flaky layered pastry? What is your favorite filling? This Pineapple Danish is to die for, super delicious with tropical flavor. You can use fresh pineapple, caramelized pineapple, cooked pineapple, or pineapple jam. Pineapple is my personal favorite, but you can use apricot, raspberries, strawberries, or whatever your heart desires. This delectable fruit treat is the perfect tea-time snack/dessert. If you love to entertain, this is a snack that never fails to impress. Danish pastry dough usually consists of flour, yeast, eggs, and butter. They are made with a butter lamination similar to puff pastry and croissants. Like croissants, Danish pastry dough is rolled out thinly and then folded with a layer of butter. It results in forming multiple layers that are buttery and flaky. To ma

Kallu Shappu Karimeen Curry | Kerala Toddy Shop style Pearl spot Fish Curry

   Kallu Shappu Karimeen Curry | Kerala Toddy Shop style Pearl spot Fish Curry  Today's fish curry represents the food of rural Kerala, the authentic taste of Kerala. It has a robust, bold flavor and spices that tickle your taste buds. If you like to indulge in spicy fish curries, mashed tapioca/ kappa vevichathu is considered the tastiest combo. This combo is quite popular in toddy shops/ kallu shappu or Kerala's rural taverns. If you are not familiar with toddy shops, they are small taverns that serve a mildly alcoholic beverage called toddy. It is collected from the budding flower stalks of the coconut tree and is either consumed fresh or slightly fermented. But it is not just the toddy, but also the delicious food that makes locals flock to these humble taverns. Food served in toddy shops is simple,  delicious, and very spicy. So if you like spicy food, then this kallu shappu/ toddy shop-inspired fish curry is a must-try. All you need to go with this curry is a bowl of ste