Varutharacha Kozhi Curry is quite popular in Malabar regions of Kerala. The sizzling fiery looking and coconut flavored aromatic masala gravy speaks volumes of the traditional styled Varutharacha Kozhi Curry. Leave noon day dishes, you will find it on breakfast tables too served with lacey appams or snowy pathiris. I am a great fan of coconutty dishes and take my word Chicken Curry In Roasted Coconut Gravy is the noblest one, both in texture and flavor. I fail to find a competitive one. Traditionally cooked dishes had the flavor of freshly roasted and powdered garam masala. Recent times we observe this missing factor that loses the charm and originality of authentic dishes. We buy powdered spices from store and that makes work easier and more relaxed whereby the charm of the dish is lost. I stick on to freshly prepared garam masala powders in my dish. The menu chart of even top rated hotels and restaurants reserves a place for Chicken Curry In Roasted Coconut Gravy.
The recipe of Chicken Curry In Roasted Coconut Gravy will never go wrong. And even if by chance something happens, the flavor of chicken will correct it. It is the perfect blend of spices and the roasted coconut mixture that gives the dish an exotic appeal. The menu chart of top rated hotels and restaurants still reserve a place for Chicken Curry In Roasted Coconut Gravy. Instead of chicken, you can go for beef and the title with be Beef Varutharacha Curry, but the ingredients and base remains the same. If you love red hot spiciness, then the curry is for you. But I had included moderate spiciness for the dish, since my kids and aged parents want it so. Chicken is nutritious, rich in protein and other vital nutrients. You can explore a well detailed Varutharacha Kozhi Curry here.