Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Tapioca and Sardine Curry, A Kerala Speciality

Tapioca and Sardine Curry, KeralaKnown as "Kappa-Meen Curry" in God's own country- this is by far the best breakfast, lunch or dinner I have eaten when I'm in Kerala. Its made on most days as a late morning breakfast at my father-in-law's farm, north of Calicut in a place called Thalayad, for the workers who work on the coconut plantation. This breakfast is often eaten along with a chutney that's spicy and tangy.
Don't leave Kerala without trying this dish, and its made with a variety of fish curries other than sardine curry.


Tacky said...

Looks delicious. I am going to try it and let you know.

Ria Patel said...

Tacky, looks like you're in America far from the lands of Kappa-meen Curry.
Do you visit India or have a restaurant near by where you get Indian food?

priya said...

Hi Ria,
Im a reporter from Malaysia writing on Onam (kerala Harvest festival) and was looking for a picture online for Pathiri and chicken curry. If you do not mind can i use your pix for publication and attribute your website? thank you

Ria Patel said...

Hi Priya, You're welcome to use the photograph and give credit to me and direct traffic to the blog too. Also, my other request is that you send me a copy of the publication?
Mail it to
Ria Patel
GB Fairfield Apts
12 Benson Cross Road
Bangalore 560046