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Mangalorean Egg Drop Curry | Coconut based Egg Curry

Mangalorean Egg Drop Curry is a flavourful coconut based curry. Eggs are a rich source of protein and can be cooked in variety of ways....

Tomato Saar | Mangalorean Tomato Saar – Method 2

As much as we Mangaloreans love our kori rotti, chicken sukka, Chicken ghee roast and fish curry, there are certain traditional vegetarian dishes which...

Patolyas  | Manjal Irreda Gatti | Patolis

Patolyas in Marathi, Patolis in Konkani, Manjal Irreda Gatti in Tulu (Manjal Irre = turmeric leaves and Gatti = steamed dumplings)  - different names...

Jackfruit Appam | Ripe jackfruit sweet appam

Jackfruit, the summer fruit is known to provide instant energy and is rich in antioxidants and vitamins. Raw jackfruit is used to make sabzis,...

Mangalore Buns – the popular snack of Mangalore

Managalore Buns and Goli Baje are the two ever popular snacks of Mangalore. Every Mangalorean out there would agree with me that these two...

Ripe Jackfruit fritters – a summer delicacy

Ripe Jackfruit Fritters/Pelakai Garya/ Pelakai Garige/ Ponsa Mulik is a delicious, deep fried snack from the Mangalorean cuisine.  They are crispy outside, soft on...

Horsegram Chutney | Protein rich chutney

Horsegram (Kulthi in Hindi, Kulith in Marathi, Kudu in Tulu) is known to be the most protein rich lentil, but a highly ignored one....

Goli Baje | Mangalore Bajji – a popular tea time snack

Goli Baje also known as  Mangalore Bajji or Mangalore Bonda  is a popular tea time snack of Mangalore.  “Goli baje” literally means round bhajiyas....

Sweet Poha | How to make Sweet Poha

In Mangalore/Udipi region of Karnataka, Sweet poha is prepared for poojas as an offering to God.  It’s a simple dish but with divine taste....

Cone Idlis | Idlis steamed in Jackfruit leaves

Cone Idlis are special type of idlis steamed in jackfruit leaves, made in Mangalore and some parts of Karnataka. Idlis steamed in jackfruit leaves...
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