Appam-Stew to Puttu-Kadala: 7 breakfast delights of Kerala

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Idiyappam with Egg Curry

Idiyappam, also known as string hoppers, is a delicate and versatile rice noodle dish that pairs beautifully with a rich and spicy egg curry.

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Puttu and Kadala Curry

Puttu, cylindrical steamed rice cakes is served alongside kadala curry, a flavorful dish made from black chickpeas cooked in a spiced coconut gravy.

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Appam with stew

Appam, a soft and fluffy pancake made from fermented rice batter, is paired with a fragrant and creamy stew made from coconut milk, vegetables, and spices.

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Dosa with chutney and sambar

While dosa is a South Indian staple enjoyed across the region, Kerala's version of this crispy and savory pancake is truly exceptional.

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Uttappam with Coconut chutney

Uttapam, a thick and savory pancake made from fermented rice and lentil batter, is served with creamy coconut chutney and tangy tomato chutney.

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Ada (Steamed Rice Dumplings)

Ada is a traditional Kerala delicacy made from rice flour, coconut, and jaggery, folded in banana leaves and steamed.

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