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Kerala chicken curry was one of the best things last summer

Blog: Random Acts of Deliciousness

Recipes and other delicious discoveries, served randomly.

Kerala chicken curry was one of the best things last summer

Lynley Jones

My recipe for Kerala Chicken Curry came from my friend Juby. Juby is from Kerala, India, right on the southern tip of the sub-continent, and smack dab in the midst of ancient spice routes. This recipe has spices and coconut and curry leaves, and you’re going to love it.

If you’ve been around for awhile, you might have seen the recipe here before (it was originally part of this recipe series). I’ve just republished it with spruced up pictures and brushed up content, so it’s fresh and clean and ready afresh for your cooking pleasure.

It’s one of the recipes we made in camp last year, and if you’re the kind of grownup who wishes you could come to camp (who isn’t?), then you can live vicariously with a few more recipes I’m including below:


Fresh for you:


5 More Favorite Camp Recipes from Last Summer:

1) Naturally-Fermented Soda

You can ferment your own soda pop, right in the bottle! We did this in camp last year, and our soda was fizzy and sweet, and pretty darn good! It’s a several-day process, so we started early in the week and our soda was ready by Friday.

2) Tom Kha Gai

This traditional Thai soup is so tasty! As kids taste their way through the ingredient list, they’re usually a little skeptical (fish sauce?). But the end result is a winner.

3) Halloumi Cheese “Burgers”

You can grill a hunk of halloumi cheese as if it were a slab of meat! Plus, a hamburger bun is a very good place to conceal a secret message. Super fun.

A hamburger bun is a very good place to conceal a secret message.

A hamburger bun is a very good place to conceal a secret message.

4) Potstickers

Most of us don’t get to make our own dumplings very often, so it’s fun to do. We actually made this recipe in back to back weeks last year.

5) Doro Wat

Eating with your hands is always fun. I feel like I’ve had a lot of excuses to talk about this dish lately! We had it at a restaurant in Harlem during Adventure Camp, and then made it during cooking camp a couple weeks later.

We went to Abyssinia, an Ethiopian restaurant in Harlem, on our first day of Adventure Camp last year.

We went to Abyssinia, an Ethiopian restaurant in Harlem, on our first day of Adventure Camp last year.


P.S. If you have a kid who’s interested in summer camp this year, don’t wait - more than half the spots are already gone! Go here to get on the list or sign up.

P.P.S. I'd love to see what you're cooking this season! Tag @adventurekitchen in Instagram or @theadventurekitchen in Facebook so I can see and share! :)