Malabar muslim sweet recipes

Aadu Kurma ~ Malabar Mutton Kurma

Aadu Kurma ~ Malabar Mutton Kurma

It is the tenth of the month, so it is time for the Muslim Food Blogger challenge. I have adapted this recipe from Thasneem Azeez’s “Malabar Cooking” and uses both cashew nuts and coconut to make the base

Kadumaanga | Malabar Raw Mango Pickle

This has become a good blackmail dialogue for every Muslim mother, and that includes me too. If the mango is raw, then it would be sour, but if it is partly ripe, then it would have a lovely tinge of sweetness too
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
Chakkara choru / Whole wheat Dessert

Chakkara choru / Whole wheat Dessert

Chakkarachoru or sharkkara choru is one of the famous desserts found in MalabarMuslim households occassionally made during traditional festives
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)
Mopla Kozhi Biriyani ~ Mappila Chicken Biriyani

Mopla Kozhi Biriyani ~ Mappila Chicken Biriyani

Somehow, the recipe sounded to me like a crossover between the Thalassery Chicken Biriyani and Malabar Chicken Biriyani, both of which have already featured on this blog
Koosa Pulinkari ~ Marrow Buttermilk Curry

Koosa Pulinkari ~ Marrow Buttermilk Curry

Recipe adapted from "Malabar Pachakari Vibhavangal" by Ummi Abdulla. Now we are in the month of Shawwal, and for my Muslim readers who don't know, observing six days of fasting during this month, after the whole month of Ramadan is equivalent to having fasted for a full year
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

The Mumbai Times, 2014

The road links Nariman Point to Babulnath and Malabar Hill. During the period of Portuguese and British colonization, it consisted of mostly Christians, but Bandra is now home also to sizeable Hindu, Parsi (Zoroastrians), and Muslim populations
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