Travellers booking flights to Kerala have been advised to consider taking cookery courses while visiting the region.

Anyone who is booking flights to Kerala and wondering what they could
do once they reach the area may be interested in some recommendations made by one travel publication.

Wanderlust magazine suggested that anyone visiting the region should take one of the gourmet curry cookery courses and spice up their trip.

Those staying in northern Kerala may want to seek out Ayesha Manzil, a villa in Tellicherry, Malabar, where a specialist chef can pass on the secrets behind Kerala Muslim cuisine.

According to the magazine, “guests will concoct dishes fit for a Malabari feast, from seafood curries and rice dishes to tasty desserts”.

The region is renowned for its seafood and tropical fruit, the news provider pointed out.

Kerala is known as the “Land of Spices”, the Keralite website informed. Famous dishes from the area include Karimeen – a type of fried fish – and Fish Moilee, a seafood curry.

The website also noted that almost every meal includes coconut and spices found locally which give the cuisine its distinctive flavour.

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