Malabar muslim snacks recipes

Kaipola

Kaipola

Kaipola, also known as banana cake or steamed plantain cake, is one of the most authentic Malabar dishes
Kaipola

Kaipola

Kaipola, also known as banana cake or steamed plantain cake, is one of the most authentic Malabar dishes
Moplah Food Festival at The Park, CP, New Delhi

Moplah Food Festival at The Park, CP, New Delhi

Next on line was the Mutton Ishtu served with pathiri and Malabar paratha. Moplah cuisine originates from the northern Kerala region (which also is resident to a large Muslim community)
An Eid Menu at My Home | Eid in India

An Eid Menu at My Home | Eid in India

The other food items served are malabar dishes like pathiri, neypathiri, ela ada and other snacks like pazhampori (banana fry), pazham nirachathu (stuffed plantain), dates fry etc
Our Sri Lankan Food Odyssey

Our Sri Lankan Food Odyssey

) the parata roti is like a cross between a malabar paratha and a maida batura. ( The best roti we had was in Kandy Muslim Restaurant in Kandy
Irachi Pathiri

Irachi Pathiri

During those days Zains have all those yummy MalabarMuslimsnacks available in the evening time and we make sure that we have at least a single visit there on one of those days
Eid-ul-Fitr

Eid-ul-Fitr

are malabar dishes like pathiri, neypathiri, ela ada and other snacks like. Every muslim meets each other along with
Stuffed bun/ Surprise bun

Stuffed bun/ Surprise bun

Bread nirachathu is a snack item of Malabar Muslims . Instead of bread I used bun here, but the method of preparation is same so I put this in Malabar snack category
Unnakkaya/Kayada(Banana rolls)

Unnakkaya/Kayada(Banana rolls)

Unnakkaya is a famous traditional snack item in Malabar region of Kerala. Especially during Ramadan iftar time it is commonly preparing in all Muslim house