t was during the Meat ban days that I realized what a boon it was to have Uppu Kandam, handy at home. We usually get our share from the batches (made by relatives) of Uppu Kandam aka Khavab, as we call it at home, made during Eid-ul-Adha. It’s fun to watch batches of it being made followed by the Air Drying process to preserve the meat.
Recently, came across the Instagram handle of a brand called “Something Fleshy”. Uppu Kandam from Something Fleshy was perfect texturewise. A tad bit salty for my taste. Took a few pieces and got them pounded nicely and deep fried them. We, at home, usually have it as accompaniment to food or as a snack by itself. This is certainly a great thing for meat lovers.
Cost is ₹350 for 100gm.
Instagram handle of Something Fleshy:https://instagram.com/somethingfleshy?igshid=1x8sj8fu4a6q1