Cook South Indian food as it is cooked at home. Kerala is the home of Muslims, Hindus and Syrians Christians, each offering a distinct cuisine. You can go to the market to buy the produce, catch the local fish and end up cooking a feast.
One example of this is the Spice Plantation homestay. The farm and forest gardens are managed using traditional organic farming methods. Plants and spices grown on the farm supply the vegetarian cuisine prepared for the homestay - coconut, pineapple, bananas, different types of yam, tapioca, spices such as pepper, ginger, nutmeg, cinnamon, turmeric, vanilla and other tropical fruit trees and medicinal herbs. Here you will pick the vegetables for the day and cook a meal. In Kochi, you can try seafood delicacies cooked at the home of our tour partner’s friends,
Faiza Mooza, the owner of Aysha Manzil homestay, is internationally renowned for her Mopla cuisine - Keralan Islamic cooking. The food is hot and spicy and is completely different to other types of Keralan food. You can begin your day here with an early morning trip to the fish market and spice merchant and end it with a wonderful feast. When you are at Emerald Isle you will experience the Syrian Christian food dishes such as duck roast and baked fish.
Our Keralan cooking adventure isn’t just about being in the kitchen. You can go for walks, boat rides, swimming, village shopping expeditions or cycling and interacting with the local people.Click Here For Our Culinary tour, South India