Snacks

Chakka Appam

Chakka Appam / Chakka Ada

Chakka Appam (Chakka Ada) is a healthy recipe. Jackfruit (called as chakka in Malayalam) is a unique tropical fruit. It is also very nutritious and have several health benefits. With the healthy combination of raw rice powder, jaggery and jackfruit this recipe becomes a tasty breakfast or snack which can be prepared easily.

Kerala Mixture

Kerala Mixture

Kerala Mixture is a tasty snacks available in almost all bakeries in Kerala. Mixture is a very popular snacks. It has varied varieties and is prepared in all parts of India. In homes it is mostly prepared at the time of festivals. It is an easy recipe to prepare Kerala mixture at your home.

Bread Unniyappam

Bread Unniyappam

Bread Unniyappam is a tasty snacks made with bread. It is a quick and easy to make snacks recipe from South India. Unniyappam is a popular traditional recipe from South India. For making unniyapam, special pan is required. But bread unniyappam doesn’t require any special pan. This is a useful recipe to make a snack …

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Chakka Pakoda

Chakka Pakoda

Chakka Pakoda is a tasty and easy snacks made with chakka pazham (ripened Jackfruit). Jackfruit is a unique tropical fruit and is commonly available in Kerala and is called chakka in Malayalam. It’s also very nutritious and may have several health benefits. This recipe is very simple and a tasty snack for jackfruit lovers.

Stuffed Banana Fry

Stuffed Banana Fry

Stuffed Banana Fry is a very popular Malabar snack made of banana stuffed with sweet coconut filling mixed with sugar, raisins and ghee. It is an easy to prepare snacks.

Ulli Vada (Kerala Style)

Ulli Vada (Kerala Style)

Ulli Vada (Kerala Style) is a tasty tea time snacks common in Kerala. It is available all over Kerala in all small tea shops. The taste is different in each shops. Here we are explaining recipe of a very tasty ulli vada.

Achappam

Achappam

Achappam is a tasty and easy snacks made with a mould (called ach in malayalam). So it is called achappam. It is made with rice flour. Eggs are commonly used in this recipe. It is a common snacks recipe from Kerala, South India.

Avalose Podi - Roasted rice powderAvalose Podi - Roasted rice powder

Avalose Podi / Roasted Rice Powder

Avalose podi is a traditional common snacks in Kerala. It is a very healthy snacks without oil, sugar (can be added at the time of serving if necessary) and made of rice flour and coconut. It can be stored for long time without refrigerator.