Buttermakkam, Kerala is known as the ‘home of butter’, with its abundance of butter.
Buttermakhs are made from the butter of the neighbouring region of Kollam and it is said that butter is the only food which is sacred in Kerala.
In addition to the butter, Kerala has a plethora of spices and other ingredients which are used for making various dishes.
But as we all know, there is a lot more to Kerala than butter.
Here are some of the more common buttermilk recipes you may be thinking of.
The butter recipe is simple, easy to make and has a lot of flavor.
However, the recipe makes about 3 cups of buttermakks.
Here’s how you make your own buttermukks.
Ingredients:1 cup water2 cups buttermack (water)1 cup sugar1 cup flour1/2 teaspoon salt1/4 teaspoon baking powder1/8 teaspoon cumin powder (optional)1/16 teaspoon ground coriander1/12 teaspoon fennel seeds1/3 cup buttermash (water and sugar)1 tablespoon lemon juice1 teaspoon saltThe water is boiled for about 20 minutes in a pot with enough water to cover the bottom of the pot.
Then, add the buttermacks and the water.
Mix well to combine the ingredients and set aside.
The buttermaks are then added to the water and the mixture will be very thick.
This is the recipe you will be making for your next batch of buttemakks in the evening.
Once you add the sugar and the flour, the mixture should be very wet.
If the mixture becomes too wet, add more water.
Mix the flour and salt together.
Add the salt and baking powder.
Make a well in the middle of the mixture and add the water, buttermakh and the lemon juice.
Cover the bowl and leave it at room temperature for about two hours.
After that, add all the butter.
Mix the batter into the batter.
The batter should be thick and glossy and smooth.
Let it sit for about 15 minutes.
Add salt to taste.
Serve with butter and garnish with corianders and fennels.
The finished product will have a rich, buttery flavor.