Krishnan’s Kitchen

25 The Mall, Clifton Village, Bristol BS8 4JG

The cuisine of South India is linked in all its richness to the history, geography, demography, and culture of the land. South India cuisine has a multitude of vegetarian dishes.

Coconuts grow in abundance in Kerala, and consequently, coconut kernel, (sliced or grated) coconut cream and coconut milk are widely used in dishes for thickening and flavoring.

As with almost all Indian food, spices play an important part in Kerala cuisine. The main spices used are cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, green and red peppers, cloves, garlic, cumin seeds,coriander, turmeric, and so on. Few fresh herbs are used, unlike in European cuisine, and mainly consist of the commonly used curry leaf, and the occasional use of fresh coriander and mint.