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Mangalorean Vegetable Sambhar | Mixed Vegetable Koddel

Vegetable Sambhar or Koddel as popularly known in Mangalore, is a spicy, tangy and sweet curry. This is best served with steamed rice. Vegetables...

Cabbage Sabzi | Mangalorean Cabbage Upkari

Cabbage Sabzi is an extremely simple sabzi to make. You can serve it with chapatis or as a side dish with your main meals....

Mangalorean Mango Curry | Ambe Upkari

Mangalorean Mango Curry or Ambe Upkari is a traditional mango delicacy  from the Konkani cuisine. During summer, when mangoes are available in plenty, this...

Steamed Bottle gourd Cake | Mangalorean snack

Steamed Bottle gourd cake is a traditional Mangalorean dish. It is known as “Tureta Adde” in Tulu*. ‘Ture’ in Tulu means Bottle gourd and...

Kori Rotti | Mangalorean Kori Rotti

Kori Rotti is a traditional delicacy from the Mangalorean cuisine. “Kori” is the Tulu word for ‘Chicken’ and Rotti is crispy thin rice wafers....

Tomato saar | Mangalorean Tomato Saar

Tomato Saar is a traditional Mangalorean speciality. It is a simple “no frills” dish which goes well with rice, lemon pickle / mango pickle...

Surmai Fry | Crispy fried Seer fish

The days when you want to resort to some quick recipes and yet want to put together a tasty delicious meal, Surmai fry with...

Tendli Kaju Sabzi |Manoli Beeja Upkari

Tendli Kaju Sabzi, popularly known as Manoli Beeja Upkari in Mangalore is a traditional dry vegetable from the Mangalorean (Konkani) cuisine.   Tendlis (Ivy gourd)...

Moong Dal Payasam | Moong Dal Kheer

Moong Dal Payasam has a special place in the cuisine of Karnataka. It is prepared for all festive occasions like Ganesh Chaturthi, Gokulashtami, Ugadi...

Tendli Chana Sukka | Mangalorean Kadle Manoli

Tendli Chana Sukka is a traditional Mangalorean preparation. It is  popularly known as Kadle Manoli Sukka. Kadle is a Tulu word for  chana and...
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