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Indian Street Food ???????? !! Spicy Kerala Fish Curry Recipe! ???? ????️ | Street Food at Home Ep. 2

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I loved my trip to Kerala, India, with @Food N Travel by Ebbin Jose , and we tried so many of the unique local Indian food dishes in this amazing southern state of India. One of the dishes that is both popular, and always hits the spot is a Kerala style Kottayam fish curry. And so today we’re going to make it, together.

We had Kottayam fish curry a number of times throughout Kerala, home cooked, in the jungle and homely restaurant, and at a legendary toddy shop, known for serving extra spicy Indian food. They were all extremely delicious.

Ok, let’s get started on this recipe:

Ingredients:

½ kg. King Mackerel
3 tbsp coconut oil

1 tbsp mustard seeds
1 tbsp fenugreek seeds
10 - 15 dried whole chilies
4 - 6 stems of curry leaves

50 grams ginger
1 head garlic
6 small shallots

20 grams dried pot tamarind - soak in 300 ml water for 15 minutes.
4 tbsp. Kashmiri chili
4 tbsp. Strong chili
2 tbsp. Coriander powder
½ tbsp. Turmeric powder
½ tbsp. Black pepper
Salt to taste

Method:

Pound ginger and garlic into a coarse paste. Slice shallots. Set all dry spices aside on a plate so you can use them quickly. Soak dry pot tamarind in water and set aside for at least 15 minutes to extract the flavor.
Begin cooking by heating coconut oil in pot. When hot, immediately toss in mustard seeds, fenugreek seeds, curry leaves, and whole dried chilies. Fry for a few seconds until smoky and fragrant.
Add ginger garlic paste and shallots and stir fry until golden and fragrant.
Add all dry spices, if it gets to dry add a little water, and make into a paste.
Add pot tamarind water, and mix into spices. You can also add some extra water to make it liquid.
Season with salt to taste.
Taste test to balance spices, pot tamarind sourness, and salt. Add more if needed.
Final step is to add the fish - and once you add it - don’t stir your curry. Make sure fish is submerged into curry sauce. Simmer to 5 - 10 minutes depending on how big your fish is.
When fish is cooked, curry is ready. Eat with rice, or tubers.

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Hot Lava Fish Fry!! Insane Indian Street Food in Kerala | Kozhikode, India!

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Kozhikode (also known as Calicut), Kerala, India - Another amazing in Kerala, India, known for their food, is Kozhikode. I was excited to explore the South Indian food, and to eat as much as possible. Turned into an outstanding day of eating, the highlight being the extreme lava fish fry. #IndianFood #Kozhihode #Calicut #streetfood

Amma Hotel - If there was one single restaurant you could choose to eat at in Kozhikode, it would be Amma Hotel for their unbelievable fish fry. We arrived at the peak of lunch when things were busy and they were frying huge batches of fish. The fish is smothered in a masala paste of spices, ginger, and garlic, then fried in huge amounts of coconut oil and curry leaves until it’s juicy and oily and filled with a ridiculous amount of flavor. They had both king fish and pomfret, both of which were delicious. When you sit down to eat, you’re served an entire South Indian meal on a banana leaf of rice and curry and your choice of fish. One of the best meals I ate in Kerala. Total price for 6 people - 1,500 INR ($21.01)

Zain’s Hotel - Kozhikode is known for their afternoon tea and snacks, and so we stopped by Zain’s Hotel for some snacks in the afternoon and a tea.

Soy Protein - When it comes to vegetarian Indian street food, this is about as tasty as they come. The soy protein chunks were filled with spices and curry leaves, and almost tasted like meat. It was insanely delicious. 50 INR ($0.70) - Price per bag

Fruit snacks - Finally we headed to the Calicut beach for some street food snacks - during the night it turns into a slight festival of street food and people hanging out. The environment is fantastic. We had fruit and chutney standing around. 5 INR ($0.7) - Price per piece

Shave Ice - But the best Indian street food of the night was the shave ice, filled with pickled beats and cucumbers, and especially a scoop of spicy chilies. 20 INR ($0.28) - Price per cup

Fried snacks - Finally to end this Indian street food tour of Kozhikode (Calicut), we had some classic Kerala fried street food snacks. 200 INR ($2.80) - Price for everything

Another incredible day of food in Kerala, with the most amazing fish fry I’ve ever had!

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Spicy Indian Food!! TODDY SHOP - Fish Head Curry + Fresh Coconut Toddy in Kerala, India!

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TODDY - Toddy is the name of palm wine, but really the sap that is tapped from the freshly cut flowers of a palm tree - it’s the sweet juice nectar. From a coconut palm, it’s totally different from the coconut fruit, or coconut water. It’s the sap of the flowers. One of the reasons you won’t find it bottled up or sold far away from the palm trees, is that it spoils and ferments extremely fast.

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In Kerala, especially in the backwaters area, coconut toddy is a very popular local beverage, and there’s an entire South Indian, Kerala, culture that revolves around it - including very spicy food. I was thrilled to have a chance to learn about the coconut palm toddy culture of Kerala, taste some toddy, and especially eat some food to pair with it.

First, we started off on a boat, and visiting a toddy tapper. The best coconut palm toddy comes from coconut palms that lean over the water, and the best toddy is from brackish water palms. He showed us the process of slicing the flowers, and draining the sap into a ceramic vase to collect the juice. The sap ferments so fast, in just a few hours, it already turns alcoholic. We had the chance to sample fresh toddy, the juice right out of the flowers. It was sensational, much different from coconut water (from the fruit), and sweeter. Then we continued to a Toddy Shop.

Toddy Shop - Rajapuram Kayal Shop ( - About a 2 hour boat ride, we arrived at Rajapuram Kayal Shop, an amazing location, on its own island in the middle of lakes and lagoons. They were already starting to cook the amazing spicy food, including fish head curry, beef and pork chili fry. Toddy shops are known for cooking very spicy Indian food, with lots of spice and strong flavors, that pair well with coconut toddy. The food was unbelievably spectacular, and one of my favorite dishes of the day was the duck mappas.

For the toddy, we had a fresh toddy, a slightly fermented toddy, a grape infused toddy, and most importantly, and best of all, a chili and ginger toddy.

It was an extremely fun day to learn about Kerala food and culture and meet some amazing people!

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Kozhikode Beach INDIAN STREET FOOD - Kallumakkaya, Cassava Biryani & Sardine Curry | Kerala, India

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On my last adventure on my final night in Kerala, I knew I had to go out with a bang, so I headed out on one last Indian street food tour! Come join me on Kozhikode Beach as I go on an epic Indian street food tour!

I started my Kozhikode Beach Indian street food tour at the lighthouse and made my way south along the beach. It’s a very wide beach, and there were at least 10 or 12 vendors.

At the first stall, I got a spicy veg slushy, but it was also salty and sour. It gave me brain freeze! It wasn’t really my thing, though, so I didn’t really love it. It costed 20 rupees/$0.27 USD per glass and we got three, so it was 60 rupees/$0.80 USD.

Then, we headed to a stall selling quail eggs and mussels, also known as kallumakkaya. We got 10 hardboiled quail eggs in masala for 50 rupees/$0.66 USD. They were a little spicy on the outside.

Then, we tried some mussels stuffed with rice dough. They cost 10 rupees/$0.13 USD each. It was like a thick, bland mussel chip! I didn’t really taste the mussel and it honestly wasn’t anything special. I got two for 20 rupees/$0.27 USD.

Next, we went for a green pea masala, which contained egg, green peas, onions, cabbage, and spices. It was like a crunchy coleslaw and didn’t have too much spice in it. I liked it a lot and wish I’d eaten less mussels! It was the best thing so far!

Then, we went to a stand to try some pickled chilies. Mine was super tasty and full of vinegar. It had a nice punch but wasn’t too spicy at first. Then It hit me later! I got a slice of watermelon to cool down the fire at the base of my throat. The chili and watermelon each costed 5 rupees/$0.13 USD.

I wanted something savory next. Each vendor was very similar. Some sold fruits and mussels, so we headed elsewhere. I was hoping to try some cassava biryani and falooda, which is famous here.

After a two-minute drive to the southernmost part of the beach to try the cassava biryani, which was going to just be cassava and beef with no rice! The restaurant was called The Shap Family Restaurant. Inside, there were posters of famous Malayalam movies on the walls. We started with a welcome drink made of passionfruit, lime, and mint. It was really minty. There were also some snacks made of cassava with curry leaf and spicy chutney on top. They were like tiny appams. They were amazing!

Next was the cassava biryani, which was my sixth biryani of the trip. I had them with some sardine curry. The beef in the biryani was beef ribs. It all looked so good! I mixed it all together. The beef ribs were tender and juicy and the dish wasn’t too spicy. They were also nice and fatty. I also loved the mashed cassava, which was like mashed potatoes!

The curry from the sardines was also incredible. It was both creamy and light! I wish this had been my first dish of the night so I could eat more of it! Every piece of beef was attached to some fat, which provides more flavor! The sardines were nice and salty. It was one of the least spicy dishes I’d had in Kerala but was so good!

Next was the falooda, but it was different from other faloodas I’d had. It was served in a bowl and contained 3 different flavors of ice cream, a cone, nuts, and noodles. It was a truly wild creation! It was the ultimate falooda!

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LOCAL Chef Prepares His FAMILY'S FAVE Kerala FISH CURRY + GreenPepper Mackerel Fry| The Raviz Kadavu

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Traditional Kerala Fish Curry Recipe, Black Pomfret Curry, Spicy Curry, Avoli VaruthaRacha Curry, Green Pepper Mackerel Fry, Ayala Valli Kurumulagu, Poricha Pathiri, The Raviz Kadavu, Kozhikode, Chef Arun Ramanunni Nair

In this episode of Gourmet On The Road, Food Lovers Editor, Kripal Amanna goes fish shopping with Chef Arun Ramanunni Nair of The Raviz Kozhikode, after which he watches the chef cook up a delicious sour and spicy fish curry with black pomfret. This Avoli Varutharacha curry is then savoured with a scrumptious Poricha Pathiri and boiled rice.

Chef Nair also serves up a unique mackerel fry, Ayala Valli Kurumulagu, flavoured with strings of green pepper pearls at Garam restaurant in the lush settings of The Raviz Kadavu, a stunning resort nestled on the banks of the legendary Chaliyar River just outside Kozhikode.

AYALA VALLI KURUMULAGU
This delightful twice-cooked fish is moist and flavoursome. I've never tasted mackerel prepared like this before. you taste the tartness of the lime, the whisper of the cheriya pepper, sweetness of the shallots and the flavour of the fish that rounds off everything. Eat with the pumpkin leaves if you're looking to get some fiber into your system.

AVOLI VARUTHARACHA CURRY
The fish has soaked up the robust flavours of roasted, hand-ground masala, you can taste the toasty, creamy notes of the coconut, the earthy flavours of the coriander and the sharp edge of the tamarind. The poricha pathiri makes for a scrumptious accompaniment to this delicious fish curry, as would some local boiled rice.

RECIPE FOR AVOLI VARUTHARACHA CURRY
Serves 4

For the fish marinade:
Black pomfret 500 gms (after cleaning)
Rock salt 1 ½ tsp
Tamarind water 100 ml

For the ground masala:
Coconut oil 30 ml
Shallots 50 gms
Garlic 25 gms
Desiccated coconut 200 gms
Coriander seeds 40 gms
Whole dried red chilli 4 nos.
Curry leaves 10 gms
Turmeric powder 1 tsp
Coriander powder 2 tsp
Chilli powder 1 tsp

For the fish curry:
Coconut milk (50ml) at the finish to balance the dish.
Tomatoes, 2 nos.
Curry leaves 5 gms

For tempering:
Coconut oil 30 ml
Mustard seeds 10 gms
Fenugreek seeds 5 gms
Thin slices of shallots 30 gms
Bits of coconut 25 gms
Curry leaves 10 gms
Whole red chilli 2 nos.

Method of preparation:
Marinate the fish with rock salt and tamarind water. Keep aside for 30 minutes.
Saute the ingredients for ground masala till golden brown. Add turmeric, red chilli and coriander powder into the mix.
Remove masala mixture from fire and allow it to cool down.
Make a fine paste, mix this masala into the marinated fish. Add two whole tomatoes, quartered into mix it well add curry leaves.
Put back on fire and allow it to simmer on a medium flame.
Occasionally, gently stir the curry until the fish is cooked.
Finish the preparation by adding coconut milk to balance the flavours.
Make a tempering with the ingredients and ladle over the curry. Serve with hot rice or pathiri.


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Pakistani Street Food ???????? Chicken Karahi Recipe!! | Street Food At Home Ep. 1

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Traveling through Pakistan for the amazing food with my friend Ali Hamdani ( was one of the most memorable trips I’ve taken. If there’s one single dish that represents the incredible food, culture, and community of Pakistan, it has to be a karahi.

In this video, we’re heading to the street food cart at home, and we’re going to cook an authentic Pakistani street food chicken karahi recipe. Let’s get started!

Ingredients (and please note, these are estimates, I’m a firm believer in taste testing, so feel free to add more or less according to your taste):

1 chicken - about 1 kg, could be more
¼ cup oil - vegetable oil with high smoke point

8 cloves of garlic
50 grams ginger
Salt to taste
5 tomatoes - up to you depending on how tomatoey you want it

1 tbsp cumin
1 tbsp coriander powder
1 tbsp chili powder
1 tbsp garam masala
½ tbsp black pepper
½ tsp turmeric powder

10 - 15 green chilies
1 - 2 tbsp dry fenugreek leaves

Slice of butter - at some places they use an entire block of butter per karahi - but at home I used a slice, about 20 grams.

30 grams ginger - julienne slices for garnish
Fresh coriander - handful chopped
More green chilies to garnish on top

Method:

First heat the oil, and fry the chicken until golden on edges.
Peel and pound ginger and garlic, and add to chicken.
Add in salt to taste - ½ tsp first
Toss in the tomatoes, and simmer for 15 - 20 minutes. You can add water if it get dry.
When the tomatoes are soft, remove the skin, and mash tomatoes into a sauce. Cook until tomatoes are fully dissolved and chicken is tender.
Add in all the dry spices - cumin powder, coriander powder, chili powder, garam masala, black pepper, and turmeric powder. Continuously stir, and add water if it gets too dry.
Add sliced green chilies, and fenugreek leaves. Continue to simmer.
Add butter. Continue to simmer, but at this time you want much of the liquid to boil out so you’re left with a thick spice rich sauce.
Julienne the ginger, coarsely chop the coriander leaves, and cut in half some more green chilies. At the end, toss them all in, fold into the chicken, and turn off the heat.
Ready to serve.
Best eaten with any time of flatbread.

Simple roti
250 grams Atta flour
200 ml water - You may need to adjust

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Make This AUTHENTIC MANGALOREAN FISH CURRY | Spicy Surmai, Pomfret, Rawas, Kane, Prawns Curry RECIPE

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The Mangalorean fish curry is the perfect balance of spice, heat and sour. In this recipe episode, we cook up a seer fish curry from scratch, including a vivacious masala that lends itself well to any mild-flavoured fish like pomfret, kingfish, ladyfish, or even prawns. Its beautiful bright reddish-orange hue comes from the combination of Kashmiri & Guntur chillies I prefer to use in this traditional preparation from namma Kudla. Traditionally, the curry is prepared atleast a couple of hours ahead of meal time, thereby allowing the fish to soak up the flavoursome masala. Served with steaming hot rice, this is a curry that pleases the soul! Enjoy!

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Ingredients to make Mangalorean Fish Curry
Serves 3 to 4

500 gm fish, marinated in ½ tsp each of turmeric and salt.

15 red chillies (I use a combination of Kashmiri & Guntur in the ratio 9:6)
1 tbsp coriander seeds
1 tsp cumin seeds
10 to 12 peppercorns
¼ tsp mustard seeds
12 to 15 fenugreek seeds I USED 15
A pinch of carom seeds (ajwain)
½ tsp turmeric powder
1 large onion, roughly chopped
10 cloves of garlic
½ inch ginger, roughl chopped
Tamarind, lime sized ball
5 tbsp grated coconut
400 ml water
Salt to taste

For the seasoning
½ medium sized onion
20 to 25 curry leaves
Coconut oil

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MASSIVE Seafood FEAST in Sri Lanka - INSANE Fish Market and HOME COOKED Sri Lankan FISH CURRY HEAVEN

WOWWW!! We found INSANE Seafood in Sri Lanka! Check out for 3 months free w/ 1 year pack and 49% OFF! This MASSIVE Seafood Fish Market and home cooked FISH CURRY was HEAVEN! Sri Lanka has some AMAZING Seafood, and today, we're bringing YOU to the local fish market to pull in a HEAVY net of Sri Lankan seafood and bring it to our local friends home for a HUGE Home Cooked FEAST!

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In Southern Sri Lanka, in Galle, we're bringing you to the local fish market and street food area to pull in a HUGE fishing net with the local fishermen. We're showing you how catching fish is done every day for the local fishermen and seafood vendors here in Galle, and also showing you the fish cutting!

Sri Lanka has some of the BEST Street Food in the world! Today, we're buying a MASSIVE fish from the fish market in Galle, Sri Lanka, and then bringing it to the fish cutting station to chop up into massive steak like chunks and bring to our local friends home to cook into a CREAMY and slightly SPICY fish CURRY! The fish curry is prepared 2 ways, the first is the body and is in a mustardy and slightly sour and peppery broth, and the second way is a fish head curry that is quite creamy with home made coconut milk.

When we brought this fish from the fish market, many of the other SPICY and flavourful Sri Lankan home cooked curries were already prepared, so we watched the final preparation of these homemade Sri Lankan recipes in the traditional Sri Lankan kitchen. The pots were all made of clay and the fire was made with Sri Lankan Ceylon cinnamon!

There were quite a few fish in the net when we pulled it in at this local fish market in Galle. The famous fish are the pariah fish and the big malet fish as the locals called it. All of these fish can either be cooked up Sri Lankan style or also BBQ on one of the many restaurants found on the street side in Galle.

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Indonesian Street Food ???????? NASI GORENG RECIPE - Fried Rice!! | Street Food at Home Ep. 3

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I’ve taken quite a few trips to Indonesia, and I love the people, the food, and the diversity of the islands. Back in 2016, my wife Ying and I spent a couple weeks in Jakarta, Indonesia. While I tried lots of amazing food, one of the stalls I loved, which was right below the condo where we were staying, served nasi goreng petai - stink beans fried rice. On some nights when we didn’t have other filming plans, I would go downstairs to get a plate, and it was perfect. Fried rice + stink beans - for me it’s about as comfort food as possible.

Ok, let’s get started on this Indonesian street food recipe, but remember that this recipe is very customizable, and the only real way to make it is to taste test it and make it they way you like it.

For the pickle:
2 cucumbers
½ large carrot
20 - 40 small birds eye chilies
2 - 3 tbsp sugar
2 - 3 tbsp white vinegar
½ tsp salt

For the sambal
5 - 20 hot chilies (in Thailand I used Karen chilies)
3 cloves garlic
1 small shallot
½ tsp salt

For the crispy shallots:
Shallots
Salt
Oil for frying

Emping (melinjo crackers) if you can get them, or shrimp crackers

200 grams - 300 grams - Day old rice
2 eggs per plate
2 stalks stink beans, or a handful
½ tsp pepper
½ tbsp soy sauce (to taste)
1 tbsp kecap manis (sweet dark soy sauce)

METHOD:

Chop and mix all the ingredients for the pickle. Adjust vinegar, sugar, and salt to taste. Let it sit, and the juices will start to come.

Peel the shallots, and slice finely. Mix in a bowl with salt, and massage as much of the shallot juice out as possible. They will fry more crispy the drier they are. Deep fry in oil for a few minutes until golden brown and crispy.

If you have emping or shrimp chips, quickly deep fry them.

Add some oil to your wok, heat, and fry a couple of eggs - set aside to drain.

For the nasi goreng, start with the fresh sambal. Pound chilies, garlic, shallots, and salt until coarse and the oils come out.

Add about 2 - 3 tbsp oil to your wok and wait for it to heat. Begin by frying the sambal curry paste you just pounded - fry until fragrant. Then add your stink beans and mix and fry for about a minute. Crack in an egg on the side, let it sizzle for a few seconds before scrambling it, and mixing it into the sambal mixture. When the egg is scrambled, add in your rice. Mix continuously on medium heat, making sure you really break apart each grain of rice. Season with soy sauce and kecap manis, and some pepper. Stir fry until each grain of rice is individual and coated in the soy sauces.

Serve on a plate, fried egg on top, crackers on the side, cucumber and tomato for garnish, and pickle on the side. Enjoy!

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KANNUR, INDIA - During out time in Kerala, we had a chance to learn about the countryside village life, make a number of outstanding chutneys with the Queen of Chutney, have an exquisite local lunch, and end the day with a whole goat prepared Malabar style - a mix of Indian and Arabian flavors and techniques. #Kerala #India #IndianFood

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What I love so much about Indian food is how diverse it is, and the mind-blowing combinations of spices, ingredients, and flavors that go into every dish. After attempting to harvest some mussels and hanging out with fishermen for a while, we headed back to the village to start cooking. The highlight at the beginning of the day was a green passion fruit chutney.

Indian food lunch - For lunch, we headed back to Seashell Haris Beach Home where they prepared an outstanding local Kerala lunch of a variety of different dishes, all together with fried pomfret.

Whole masala goat - Mr. Haris then prepared for us an entire goat, a small but flavorful goat, rubbed in a huge amount of masala paste - I like to call it the Kerala spice treatment. It was delicious and a perfect way to end this amazing day of village Indian food in Kerala!

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KERALA, INDIA - I was extremely happy to have a chance to take a trip to Kerala, India - also known as God’s Own Country. The natural beauty, the friendliness of the people, and the amazingly flavorful food, is what makes Kerala so special. Thanks to Ebbin from Food N Travel ( who took us on an ultimate food tour of Kerala. Can’t wait to share all of the videos with you.

Kannur - We started in the North of Kerala, the Malabar Coast on the Arabian Sea. Kannur, is a friendly town, laid back, and there’s plenty of amazing street food to try.

Onakkan Bharathi (Puttu Restaurant, Kannur) - We started this Indian street food tour with puttu, mutton curry, and a variety of lentils and chickpeas for breakfast. The combination was fantastic, perfect harmony of spice and flavor. The heat mostly came from black pepper. Total price - 286 INR ($4.03)

Kerala crunchy snacks - Thanks to Roshan from Seashell Haris Beach Home in Kannur, for taking us to eat local snacks all drenched in chutney. I wasn’t all that excited at first for snacks in glass jugs - but the chutney blew me away. Unbelievable flavors coming out of that chutney and pickled snacks. 10 INR ($0.14) - Price per bowl

Street Mussels - Next up on this Kerala street food tour, we went to an afternoon snack stall specializing in mainly hot masala mussels, which were formed into dumpling like shapes, and fried in hot coconut oil. They were superb, as were everything else. 200 INR ($2.81) - Price for everything

Chili Soda - Finally to end this food tour of Kannur, we had a soothing chili and coriander soda - they put pickled chillies and coriander in pineapple juice in a soda. It’s amazing.

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When you travel to Kolkata, India, you must eat and try the delicious Indian street food and all the Bengali street food specialties. The amazing Indian recipes you can find on the street are so unique and delicious! It would take a lifetime to taste all the amazing curry and street foods of Kolkata, India

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We started our street food tour of Indian street food in Kolkata by going for an early brunch, by eating a huge thali platter feast, at a famous Indian restaurant that cooked so many amazing thali indian recipes in their Kitchen. You can order so many varieties of Thali, like bengali thali, rajasthani thali, gujarati thali, and more! The variety of Thali is truly amazing!

After that amazing Bengali Indian lunch, we went to have a huge Bengali LUNCH feast at 6 Ballygunge restaurant. The selection of BENGALI lunch dishes was amazing, something you must experience!

After eating that delicious Indian Bengali curry meal, we went to eat more delicious Indian street foods!

Here are the addresses for the street food locations:

1) HUGE Thali Lunch Indian restaurant Feast: Suruchi Restaurant, 19B, Tarak Dutta Road, Lower Range, Beck Bagan, Ballygunge, Kolkata, West Bengal 700019, India
2) BENGALI Feast at 6 Ballygunge Place
3) Delicious Mutton Curry Kosha Mangsho at Golbari Kosha Mangsho, at Shyambazar Crossing
4) Delicious Chinese Momo's, just a couple minutes walk down the same street that Kosha Mangsho was on.
5) Beef Kebab at Adam's Kebab, Phears Ln, Colootola, Tiretti, Kolkata.
6) Amazing Gulab Jamon just a minute down the same road that Adam's kebab was on.

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Mahabalipuram seafood Journey, near Chennai | Tamil Nadu seafood

Mahabalipuram is famous for seafood, during weekends its a getaway location for locals of Chennai and travellers.

Mahabalipuram is a good place to visit around Chennai, you can go there for a days trip or for a one night stay.

I got opportunity to try variety of seafood at Mahabalipuram. Address of seafood joints and prices of food i had is given below for your ready reference:

Madras Crocodile Bank Trust: I would strongly recommend you to visit this place if you are travelling to Mahabalipuram through ECR route. I got opportunity to see so many crocodiles and snakes here.

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2. Bob Marley Cafe: sea facing view, while staff was friendly but i realised food was average.
Malabar Trevally or Thengi Parai Tawa Fish Rs. 500 APS
Address: no 182, fisherman colony, mahabalipuram, 603104

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3. Moonrakers Restaurant: This is among the oldest and most popular restaurant in Mahabalipuram. While the price of crab pepper masala was high but it tasted nice.
Crab Pepper Fry with rice Rs. 1500

Address: no 34, othavadai street, mahabalipuram, 603104, Tamil Nadu
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4. Instant Karma: i enjoyed taste of prawns here.
Tawa Prawns Rs. 299
Address: no 8A, othavadai street, mahabalipuram, 603104, Tamil Nadu

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5. Santana Beach Restaurant: I loved location of this restaurant and taste of squid, kalamari here.
Squid Rs. 350
Address: no 178, othavadai street, mahabalipuram, 603104, Tamil Nadu

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Summary: Travel to Mahabalipuram is fun but its better to be there in winters. I was there in April which was hot season, not the best time.

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The street food in Mumbai was so delicious. The restaurant food was also very nice! I had some amazing curry and thali and veg + non-veg food

Here are the locations for the Indian street food and Indian restaurants in Mumbai that I tried:

1) Pav Bhaji at Khau Ghali Street - Zaveri Bazzar
2) Vada Pav at Ashok Vada Pav
3) Malpua at Suleman Usman Mithaiwala
4) Tandoori Quail and Lamb Brain Gravy at Minara Masjid road - Temporary tent for Ramadan Special
5) Bheja at Bademiya Soup
6) Street Kachori at Khau Ghali Street - Zaveri Bazzar
7) Pani Puri at Elco Pani Puri Center
8) Sev Khamani at Khau Ghali Street - Zaveri Bazzar
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Kappa Meen Curry | Spicy Kerala Food | Enjoy Food And Nature | Aaraamam Restaurant-Dubai

Kerala ( Gods Own Country ) is famous for its varieties of dishes , the spices and masalas used in kerala is world famous among that kappa ( tapioca ) and meen curry had fans from all over the world who visited kerala even ones . This traditional kerala dish we had tasted from one of the south indian restaurant in dubai -Araaman Restaurant at karama -Dubai ( UAE)
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