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Kerala Poorikal

Kerala Poorikal: A Traditional Dish of Kerala

Kerala Poorikal is a delicious dish made with rice flour, coconut, jaggery, and cardamom. It is also known as Unniyappam or Nei Appam in some regions of Kerala. Kerala Poorikal is usually prepared during festivals and special occasions, such as Onam, Vishu, and Diwali. It is also offered as a prasadam (sacred food) in many temples of Kerala.

Kerala Poorikal is easy to make and requires only a few ingredients. The rice flour is mixed with water, coconut, jaggery, and cardamom to form a thick batter. The batter is then poured into small moulds called appakara or appachatti, which are heated with oil or ghee. The poorikal are fried until golden and crispy on the outside and soft and fluffy on the inside. They are then drained on paper towels and served hot or cold.


Kerala Poorikal is a sweet and aromatic dish that can be enjoyed as a snack or dessert. It has a rich and nutty flavor from the coconut and jaggery, and a subtle spice from the cardamom. Kerala Poorikal is also nutritious, as it contains carbohydrates, proteins, fats, minerals, and vitamins. It is a good source of energy and can keep you full for a long time.

If you want to try Kerala Poorikal at home, you can follow this simple recipe. You can also watch this video to see how it is made. Kerala Poorikal is a dish that will surely delight your taste buds and make you feel the essence of Kerala.


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