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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...

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...
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