Kerala is home to numerous lip-smacking dishes prepared using meats and seafood. One just cannot stop salivating when walking the streets of Kerala. Kerala takes a lot of pride in its long list of non-vegetarian food that the state has to offer to its perpetually hungry tourists.

Banana Chips known as nenthra-kaaya oopperi in Kerala. These are dried and fried slices of Banana which are covered in sugar and honey. The chips may also be coated with masala or jaggery to form spicy and sweet variations.

Banana Chips known as nenthra-kaaya oopperi in Kerala. These are dried and fried slices of Banana which are covered in sugar and honey. The chips may also be coated with masala or jaggery to form spicy and sweet variations.

Cheera Parippu Thoran or spinach stir fry is a healthy dish with less calorie count. The dish is made using leafy vegetables and makes the best side dish which one can either try with roti, rice. It is a very good source of minerals, vitamins, and iron.

Cheera Parippu Thoran or spinach stir fry is a healthy dish with less calorie count. The dish is made using leafy vegetables and makes the best side dish which one can either try with roti, rice. It is a very good source of minerals, vitamins, and iron.

Ela Ada comprises of everything that one would look in a South Indian dish. Rice, coconut, jaggery, etc. are the main ingredients which enhance the dish and deliver the best flavors to the dish. It can be tried as in breakfast or as an evening snack. One can also change the fillings and stuffing of this dish as according to preference.

Ela Ada comprises of everything that one would look in a South Indian dish. Rice, coconut, jaggery, etc. are the main ingredients which enhance the dish and deliver the best flavors to the dish. It can be tried as in breakfast or as an evening snack. One can also change the fillings and stuffing of this dish as according to preference.

Idiyappam is basically made of rice flour, water and salt. Numerous strands of vermicelli are entwined together. Also known as noolappam, this Kerala dish is best paired with egg curry.

Idiyappam is basically made of rice flour, water and salt. Numerous strands of vermicelli are entwined together.  Also known as noolappam, this Kerala dish is best paired with egg curry.

Parippu Vada or masala vada is a savoury fried snack in Kerala. It is made from legumes, rice and various masalas . Eaten usually as breakfast, Parippu Vada is consumed with sambar and coconut chutney.

Parippu Vada or masala vada is a savoury fried snack in Kerala. It is made from legumes, rice and various masalas . Eaten usually as breakfast, Parippu Vada is consumed with sambar and coconut chutney.

Puttu and Kadala curry is a cylindrical steamed rice cake cooked with coconut shavings. This is an extremely popular breakfast item of Kerala.Kadala curry is essentially black chickpeas curry cooked in species.

Puttu and Kadala curry is a cylindrical steamed rice cake cooked with coconut shavings. This is an extremely popular breakfast item of Kerala.Kadala curry is essentially black chickpeas curry cooked in species.

Semiya Payasam is a quick,easy and delicious Indian sweet. The vermicelli is cooked in milk with cardamom and saffron. Then sugar or jaggery is added for sweetness.It is prepared mainly on festivities occasions and weddings.

Semiya Payasam is a quick,easy and delicious Indian sweet. The vermicelli is cooked in milk with cardamom and saffron. Then sugar or jaggery is added for sweetness.It is prepared mainly on festivities occasions and weddings.