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Monday, May 20, 2013

My Gourmet Party in Malabar Style [ North Keralite Style ]

My Gourmet Party in Malabari Style 

I love blogging and conducting party as well . Both give me pleasure, you know. This time I organize a party for many friends , I make it a point to cook everything my own. 
Now a days, I am thinking about conducting a malabary-Themed party, and preparing some of the special north kerala recipes like 'kallummakkaya fry [ mussels fry ] ' , ' kari mean pollichathu ' , tyre pathiri with mutton kuruma .This time i m going for a traditional way for receiving my guest in keralite style with traditional arts like kadakali , kolkali and kalari payattu ( A marshal arts in northern kerala ).In truth I could not know much about the cooking.

For afterwards, I would make one of my favorite desserts, Fruit salad mixed with Faalooda and served with fresh chicku plucked from my garden.I hope My Party would be simple, gorgeous and beautifully carved , all done under 2 or 3 hours from start to finish. All thanks to Kitchens of India products and going out for shopping the items. See what all i want to shop.

This post published for one blog contest organized by kitchens of india.

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