Kaalan (Malayalam: കാളന് [kaːɭan]) is a Keralite dish from Southern India, made of yogurt, coconut and a vegetable like nendran (plantain) or a tuber like the yam. It is very thick, which distinguishes it from a similar curry known as pulisheri, and sourer than avial. For the same reason, the kaalan can last longer when stored. In many preparations, more pepper and/or chillies are added to make the kaalan spicy, in addition to its signature sour taste. Kaalan is typically served as part of the sadhya.
The numerical value of kaalan in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of kaalan in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
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