Kappa Puzhukku  refers to one of the dishes from Kerala, India made from boiled/teameed mashed Cassava seasoned with different spices, such as Black Mustard seeds (called Kadugu in Malayalam) and Curry leaves and then served or paired with Pachadi, Beef Masala or other dishes like Erachi Olarthiyathu, or Curries.

Below are pictures of Kappa Puzhukku from various places I visited in Allepey, Kerala, India.

Kappa Puzhukku served for lunch
Kappa Puzhukku served for lunch
Kappa Puzhukku made by my family friend in Allepey
Kappa Puzhukku made by my family friend in Allepey
This Kappa Puzhukku was served to me with Erachi Olarthiyathu (
This Kappa Puzhukku was served to me with Erachi Olarthiyathu 
Kappa Puzhukku sold with Meen Curry and Rasam during a Food Festival in Trivandrum, Kerala, India
Kappa Puzhukku sold with Meen Curry and Rasam during a Food Festival in Trivandrum, Kerala, India

The picture below is the first and the tastiest Kappa Puzhukku I ever tasted in Kerala, India. One of the dishes, recommended to me when I visited Avees Restaurant. It is the restaurant's house specialty. 

Kappa Puzhukku from Avees Restaurant in Kerala, India served with Beef Masala and Pachadi
Kappa Puzhukku from Avees Restaurant in Kerala, India served with Beef Masala and Pachadi
Kappa Puzhukku together with Kanji (rice porridge) during a political gathering in Allepey, Kerala, India
Kappa Puzhukku together with Kanji (rice porridge) served during a mass political gathering in Allepey, Kerala, India


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