IITF 2022: Spices Draw Huge Crowd to Kerala Pavilion 

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IITF 2022: Spices Draw Huge Crowd to Kerala Pavilion 

| Updated: November 22, 2022 20:26

The 41st  India International Trade Fair (IITF) features 2,500 traders from the country and abroad displaying their products and services. The pavilions of various states featuring stalls of their traditional attire, art-culture, food, projects, and innovations are attracting people in good numbers.

Kerala, also known as God’s Own Country,” is one of the focus states this year. The pavilion on the first floor of Hall 5 has been beautifully designed and has an interesting layout. A sizable Uru, yacht that represents the historical spice trade from Kerala, is located at the pavilion’s entrance. The Kerala Pavilion features 42 stalls featuring agricultural, herbal, handloom, ayurvedic, spices, and textile products.

Kerala’s Kudumbashree and SAF (Society for Assistance to Fisherwomen) food stalls prepared a variety of southern dishes, particularly Kerala’s own fish and other non-vegetarian delicacies, For visitors to IITF at Pragati Maidan. For those who enjoy spicy sea fish varieties, which are typically unavailable in the northern part of the country, this is a unique opportunity.

The most popular Kudumbashree dishes are ultra-local flavors like kappa (tapioca)-fish curry, puttu (made of rice powder)-fish curry, chatti-pathiri, sambar-vada, and porota. ‘Vanarani’ (meaning “queen of the forest”) is a unique dish that has captured the hearts of Delhi Malayalees. Dosa, chutney, soup, and specially prepared chicken comprise the Vanrani Combo. Black Cumin Chicken is another specialty. The Kudumbashree stall is popular for its Malabar Chicken Biriyani, Chicken Thoran, Egg Kabab, and Chicken Kebab.

The SAF’s food stall serves a variety of seafood dishes. There are five different types of fish curries available. Mackerel, shrimp, sardine, pomfret, and seer fish are used in these curries. Fish Biriyani, Shrimp Biriyani, and Fish Curry Meals are popular. The SAF food court also serves Carrot Payasam (‘payasam’ means kheer in Hindi) and Mathan Payasam.

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