Karnataka Recipes

Karnataka Style Gasagase Payasa Recipe (Poppy seed Payasam)

Karnataka Style Gasagase Payasa Recipe (Poppy seed Payasam)

Thursday, 22 June 2017 09:00

Karnataka Style Gasagase Payasa Recipe (Poppy seed Payasam) is an all-time favourite sweet for kannadigas. Most of their festivals always ends with this creamy cup filled with poppy seed payasam. The poppy seeds are ground along with rice and simmered in milk till it thickens and garnished with hot toasted cashew nuts and raisins with ghee. Serve the Gasagase Payasa after having a Spicy Mixed Vegetable Pulao Recipe with Tomato Onion Cucumber Raita to cool down your palate with a sweet note.  If you are looking for payasam recipe here are some: Paal Payasam Recipe (Rice Kheer/Pudding) Aval Payasam Recipe Semiya Payasam/Kheer Recipe
Karnataka Style Pudina Mavinakayi Chutney Recipe (Mint Mango Chutney)

Karnataka Style Pudina Mavinakayi Chutney Recipe (Mint Mango Chutney)

Wednesday, 21 June 2017 09:00

Karnataka Style Pudina Mavinakayi Chutney Recipe (Mint Mango Chutney), Kannadigas are found of raw mango in most of their traditional dishes. Raw mango is used in dishes like chitranna, gojju and curries etc. In this recipe the raw mango is blend with fresh herbs like coriander leaves and mint leaves to create a tangy and yet fresh flavorful chutney. Serve the Karnataka Style Pudina Mavinakayi Chutney Recipe along with dosa, idli or pesarattu to enjoy your breakfast.  If you are looking for more Chutney recipes here are some:  Tomato Onion Chutney | Thakkali Vengayam Chutney Zucchini Thogayal (Tangy and Spicy Zucchini Chutney) Karuveppilai Chutney Recipe (A Healthy Curry Leaves Chutney)
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Karnataka Style Heerekai Dose Recipe (Ridge Gourd Dosa Recipe)

Karnataka Style Heerekai Dose Recipe (Ridge Gourd Dosa Recipe)

Tuesday, 20 June 2017 09:00

Karnataka Style Heerekai Dose Recipe (Ridge Gourd Dosa Recipe) is a famous coastal Karnataka dish which is also locally known as Heerekai Pathrode and Heerekai Chatti. The recipe does not follow the actual method of making a crispy thin dosa but rather the thin round stripes of ridge gourd are dipped in the dosa batter and placed together to form a dosa shape. Ridge gourd is a diabetic friendly vegetable that creates the perfect breakfast dish for people who seeking to eat healthy. Serve the Karnataka Style Heerekai Dose Recipe along with Chutney of your choice and cup of raita to enjoy your morning breakfast.  If you are looking for more Dosa recipes here are some: Oatmeal Dosa Recipe (Savoury Oatmeal Breakfast Crepes) Homemade Crisp Ghee Roast Dosas Ragi Oatmeal Dosa Recipe (Finger Millet and Oatmeal Crepes)
Belagavi Style Kunda Recipe (Terati Pal / Kalakand)

Belagavi Style Kunda Recipe (Terati Pal / Kalakand)

Monday, 19 June 2017 09:00

Belegavi Style Kunda Recipe is a sweet popularly made in Belegav (Karnataka) that got influenced from Rajasthan. The sweet has an incidental story on how it got originated. One day when “Jakku Marwadi” put milk to boil, he forgot to turn off the heat. As a result the milk boiled over for a long time and got reduced. When he realized this he tasted the milk and felt it was quite sweet so he added some more khova to the milk and created a sweet and called it Kunda. It is called in different names in various languages as the processes of making it may slightly vary. It is called as “Terati Pal” in Tamil Nadu and in north India it is also called as “Kalkand”. Serve the Belagavi Style Kunda Recipe after a light meal of Bisibelebath or as a festival dessert along with jamun.  If you are looking for more Indian sweet recipes here are some:  Khubani Ka Meetha Recipe (A Rich Hyderabadi Nawabi Dessert) Bengali Special Chocolate Sandesh Recipe Gajar Ka Halwa Recipe
Karnataka Style Baledindina Kosambari Recipe (Banana Stem Salad)

Karnataka Style Baledindina Kosambari Recipe (Banana Stem Salad)

Sunday, 18 June 2017 09:00

Karnataka Style Baledindina Kosambari Recipe (Banana Stem Salad) is a fresh and healthy salad made with banana stem and tossed with freshly grated coconut, green chilies, onions and coriander leaves. The dish is very good for diabetic patients as the bitterness of the stem is a natural remedy for diabetes. It has zero fat and no cholesterol and helps in managing the weight. Serve the Karnataka Style Baledindina Kosambari Recipe along with Chitranna or steamed rice and Karnataka Style Sorakkai Palya Recipe.  If you are looking for more Karnataka recipes here are some: Khara Avalakki Recipe (Karnataka Style Poha) Kodubale Recipe (A Festive Snack From Karnataka) Kharbyaali Masale Khara Recipe - North Karnataka Sambar Powder
Karnataka Style Sandige Huli Recipe (Toor dal dumplings in Gravy Recipe)

Karnataka Style Sandige Huli Recipe (Toor dal dumplings in Gravy Recipe)

Saturday, 17 June 2017 09:00

Karnataka Style Sandige Huli Recipe (Toor dal dumplings in Gravy Recipe) is a high rich protein dish. It is a dal curry made with toor dal without any vegetables. The toor dal is ground and mixed with fresh coconut and coriander leaves, which is shaped into balls and simmered with the same toor dal curry. This dish is famous among the “Madhwa Brahmin” community and is prepared traditionally on “Devara samaradhane” gathering. Serve the Sandige Huli Recipe along with hot steamed rice, palya and Crispy Palak Pakora Recipe to complete your rich meal.  If you are looking for more Karnataka recipes here are some: Karnataka Style Sooji Upma Recipe With Coconut Khara Avalakki Recipe (Karnataka Style Poha) Kodubale Recipe (A Festive Snack From Karnataka)
Mixed Vegetables Ajethna Recipe (Mangalorean Style Mixed Vegetables Sabzi)

Mixed Vegetables Ajethna Recipe (Mangalorean Style Mixed Vegetables Sabzi)

Thursday, 15 June 2017 17:00

Ajethna is a Mangalorean style dry vegetable curry made using coconut and mild spices. It is a traditional recipe which forms a part of the everyday meal in a Mangalorean household. We have here the Mixed vegetable version of the dry curry, called Mixed Vegetables Ajethna Recipe (Mangalorean Style Mixed Vegetables Sabzi), which is simple and easy to make. The vegetables are cooked in a tadka of mustard seeds and cumin seeds and flavoured with freshly made coconut based masala. Serve the Mixed Vegetables Ajethna Recipe (Mangalorean Style Mixed Vegetables Sabzi) along with Steamed Rice, Bendekayi Koddel/Bolu Huli Recipe and Akki Peni Sandige (Rice idiyappam Fryums) for a mangalorean inspired weekend lunch. If you like this recipe, try more recipes like Mangalorean Manoli Curry Recipe (Indian Gherkins Curry) Mangalorean Padengi Gassi Recipe (Sprouted Moong Dal Curry) Mangalorean Style Kuvalyacho Pollav Recipe (Yellow Pumpkin Curry Recipe) Bendekayi Koddel/Bolu Huli Recipe - Mangalorean Style Bhindi Sambar Recipe
Karnataka Style Ranjaka Recipe (Red Chili Chutney Recipe)

Karnataka Style Ranjaka Recipe (Red Chili Chutney Recipe)

Wednesday, 14 June 2017 09:00

Karnataka Style Ranjaka Recipe (Red Chili Chutney Recipe) is a spicy red chutney that has ground red chiles tempered with mustard oil and crackled mustard seeds and curry leaves. The chutney is famous among the locals in Northern Karnataka. Serve the Karnataka Style Ranjaka Recipe with Tawa paratha, Yellow Pumpkin Dal Recipe and palya by the side.  If you are looking for more chutney recipes here are some: Dhaniya Pudina Chutney Recipe (Green Chutney) Tomato Onion Chutney | Thakkali Vengayam Chutney Tomato Onion Chutney | Thakkali Vengayam Chutney
Published in Indian Chutney Recipes

Lunch Meal Plate : Karwar Style Mixed Vegetable With Tambdi Bhaji and Phulka

Tuesday, 13 June 2017 00:01

Make a delicious, healthy and simple Coastal Karnataka meal plate this week for your family. We have different meal plates coming every week where we try to make recipes from different cuisines, so this time we are back with a simple plate filled with delicious recipes which you can make for your weekday lunch or dinner. This meal plate will help you fulfil your daily essential nutrients and will keep you fit.
Sabsige Soppu Palya (Udupi Style Dill Leaves Stir Fry with Coconut)

Sabsige Soppu Palya (Udupi Style Dill Leaves Stir Fry with Coconut)

Monday, 12 June 2017 16:15

Dill leaves are used very much in the state of Karnataka. They are added in the numerous recipes - akki roti, paddu, masala vada's. The leaves render a very unique flavour to the dish. Do you know it is highly beneficial to reduce the fatty acids, cholesterol and even epilepsy, when consumed regularly. Sabsige Soppu Palya is a simple udupi style dill leaves stir fry with grated coconut. Make sure that you don't overcook the greens, else they leave a very strong after-taste on the taste buds. Serve the Sabsige Soppu Palya along with Steamed Rice and Hurali Saaru Recipe (Healthy Horse Gram and Coconut Curry) for a simple weeknight dinner. If you like this recipe, try more recipes like Cabbage Palya Recipe Baale Dindu Kadale Kaalina Palya (Banana Stem Curry With Chickpeas Recipe) Karnataka Style Badanekayi Palya Recipe (Long Brinjal with Spicy coconut Recipe) Gorikayi Palya Recipe
Kalingana Polo Recipe (Karwar Style Watermelon Rind Dosa)

Kalingana Polo Recipe (Karwar Style Watermelon Rind Dosa)

Sunday, 11 June 2017 15:00

Kalingana Polo Recipe is a traditional dosa recipe from the Karwar region. Watermelon rinds are usually discarded, however this unique dosa is prepared using the rinds. It is said that the maximum amount of nutrients are actually stored in the watermelon rind. The watermelon rind dosa's are easy to prepare with minimal ingredients. The watermelon rind and coconut added to the batter renders a subtle sweetness to the dosa's. Unlike the other dosa variants, this one is prepared by pouring a ladle full on the hot griddle and not spread it. It is then left to cook with a lid on to let the dosa cook in its own steam. It is soft and porous. Serve the Kalingana Polo Recipe along with Coconut Chutney Recipe and Dali Thoy Recipe (Karwar Style Toor dal Curry) for the weekend breakfast. Did you know: Watermelon rind is also completely edible, like the watermelon pulp. Citrulline in the rind gives you a energy boost to perform well during workout and has aphrodisiac quality for men. Researches have also proved that it reduces blood pressure and possibly help keep prostate cancer at bay. If you like this recipe, try more recipes like Oatmeal Dosa Recipe (Savoury Oatmeal Breakfast Crepes) Onion Rava Dosa Recipe (Savoury Semolina Breakfast Crepe) Muttai Dosa | Egg Roll Dosa Gothumai Dosa Recipe (Savory Whole Wheat Flour Crepe)
Batani Gassi Recipe (Udupi Style Potatoes and Peas Curry)

Batani Gassi Recipe (Udupi Style Potatoes and Peas Curry)

Thursday, 08 June 2017 15:00

Batani Gassi Recipe is a delicious Udupi style coconut based potatoes and dried peas curry. Udupi cuisine uses a lot of coconut, and the curries are flavoured with the freshly ground masalas which gives it a distinctive flavour. Batani Gassi Recipe is made using dried green peas along with potatoes, which is later cooked in an aromatic freshly made coconut masala. Serve Batani Gassi Recipe (Udupi Style Potatoes and Peas Curry) with steamed rice, Methi And Palak Paratha Recipe, and Udupi Style Southekayi Palya Recipe for a complete meal. If you like this recipe, try more recipes like Palak Tambuli Recipe (Udupi Style Spinach Tambli) Udupi Style Mixed Vegetable Sambar Recipe Udupi Style Ash Gourd Coconut Curry Recipe Udupi Style Sannappa Recipe (Brown Rice and Banana Fritters Recipe)
Avarekalu Kadubu Recipe (Hyacinth Beans Steamed Dumplings)

Avarekalu Kadubu Recipe (Hyacinth Beans Steamed Dumplings)

Tuesday, 06 June 2017 17:00

Bored of your regular muesli, sandwiches, idli/dosa or poha breakfasts? Try this healthy north karnataka style Avarekalu Kadubu Recipe (Hyacinth Beans Steamed Dumplings). Avarekalu are hyacinth beans which are rich in calcium and iron. The healthy beans are boiled and mixed with the spiced cream of rice mixture, and then steamed into small balls. It is soft, spicy and the rice rava adds a nice crumbly texture to the dumpling. Serve the Avarekalu Kadubu Recipe (Hyacinth Beans Steamed Dumplings) along with South Indian Coconut Chutney for breakfast along with South Indian Filter Coffee Recipe or as an after school snack for the kids. If you like this recipe, try more recipes like Kara Kadubu Recipe (Malanad Style Steamed Spiced Rice Dumplings) Mangalorean Style Cheenikayi Kadubu Recipe (Pumpkin sweet idli Recipe) Karnataka Style Menthe Kadubu Recipe (Fenugreek Leaves Wheat Dumpling Recipe)
Coorg Style Bollari Barthad Recipe (Mangalore Cucumber Stir Fry)

Coorg Style Bollari Barthad Recipe (Mangalore Cucumber Stir Fry)

Sunday, 04 June 2017 15:00

Bollari barthad recipe is a simple stir fry using Mangalore Cucumber made commonly in Kodava and Coorg household. Mangalore cucumber are green-yellowish cucumbers with or without stripes. These Mangalore cucumber is a vegetable widely used in Karnataka, especially in Coastal Karnataka recipes. Here is a Coorg Style Bollari Barthad which is a stir fry made with Mangalore Cucumber. Serve Coorg Style Bollari Barthad Recipe (Mangalore Cucumber Stir Fry) along with steamed rice, Nuggekai Kharbyaali Recipe (North Karnataka Spiced Drumstick Sambar), Pineapple Gojju Recipe, and Phulka for a complete meal. If you like this recipe, try more recipes like Konkani Style Southe Koddel Recipe Maskasangi Magge Koddel Recipe Karnataka Style Southekayi Seppe Chutney Recipe Tamil Nadu Style Pala Kottai Sambar Recipe
Coorg Style Kaad Manga Curry Recipe (Sweet & Spicy Tiny Mangoes Curry)

Coorg Style Kaad Manga Curry Recipe (Sweet & Spicy Tiny Mangoes Curry)

Saturday, 03 June 2017 15:00

Coorg Style Kaad Manga Curry Recipe which is a Sweet & Spicy curry made with tiny wild mangoes available locally in and around Coorg & Madikeri. Though it is a very very simple dish with just a few ingredients, the mango curry tastes absolutely delicious and has both the flavours of sweetness and tanginess flared with just a kiss of spices. Serve this lip smacking good Coorg Style Kaad Manga Curry along with steamed rice, Magalorean Neer Dosa Recipe or Coorg Style Kadumbuttu/Kadambuttu Recipe (Steamed Rice Balls Recipe) and Sabudana Sandige Recipe (Tapioca Fryums). If you like this recipe, try more recipes like Hurali Saaru Recipe (Healthy Horse Gram and Coconut Curry) Karnataka Special Huli Tovve Recipe Hunase Saaru Recipe (Mysore Style Spicy Tamarind Rasam) Karnataka Style Obbattu Saaru Recipe
Karnataka Style Hurali Kalu Saaru Recipe

Karnataka Style Hurali Kalu Saaru Recipe

Wednesday, 31 May 2017 11:00

Karnataka Style Hurali Kalu Saaru Recipe is a delicious curry made with horse gram lentils which is rightly paired with potatoes that can be had for your lunch. As the name says, the recipe is essentially from Karnataka and the locals prefer to use horse gram lentil in most of their dishes like chutney, and rasam etc. The curry has two variety of ground paste and is slow cooked in the pressure cooker to create an aromatic and wholesome dish. Horse gram have good benefits like it aids in weight loss and is very good for diabetics. It is rich in iron content so very essential for women’s who suffer from iron deficiencies.  Serve the Hurali Kalu with steamed rice and Gorikayi Palya Recipe and Pineapple Gojju Recipe to make it a complete meal that your family will enjoy for lunch.  If you are looking for more karnataka recipe here are some:  Khara Avalakki Recipe (Karnataka Style Poha) Karnataka Style Sooji Upma Recipe With Coconut Jhunka Vadi Recipe (North Karnataka/Maharastrian Speciality)  

Karnataka Breakfast Meal Plate With Heerekai Dosa and Mavinakayi Chutney

Friday, 26 May 2017 09:00

This week enjoy a south Indian Style Breakfast which is authentically originated from Karnataka.Breakfast being the important meal of the day. It is the first dish that kick starts your day with a happy start which is why it is important to plan what you eat. Karnataka cuisine is considered as one of the oldest cuisine that has been survived since Iron Age. As every region’s ingredients changes depending on the place, even Karnataka’s cuisine is widely divided based on its local produce and region. 
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Karnataka Style Bassaru Palya Recipe (Toor dal and dill leaves stir fry Recipe)

Karnataka Style Bassaru Palya Recipe (Toor dal and dill leaves stir fry Recipe)

Monday, 22 May 2017 14:00

Karnataka Style Bassaru Palya Recipe (Toor dal and dill leaves stir fry Recipe) is a recipe that is obtained from the Bassaur which is prepared in most of the households in Karnataka. Bassauru is nothing but a Rasam made with the drained water of the Toor Dal and dill leaves, which is thus made into a playa. Serve the Karnataka Style Bassaru Palya Recipe (Toor dal and dill leaves stir fry Recipe) along with Karnataka Style Bassaru Recipe , steamed rice and Phulka Recipe (Roti/Chapati) - Puffed Indian Bread.  If you are looking for more Karnataka recipes here are some:  Karnataka Style Sooji Upma Recipe With Coconut Khara Avalakki Recipe (Karnataka Style Poha) Karnataka Style Guliappa Recipe (Gundponglu/Paniyaram/Paddu)

10 Karnataka Saaru Recipes For Your Everyday Lunch

Sunday, 21 May 2017 09:00

Karnataka cuisine is considered as one of the oldest cuisine that has been survived since Iron Age. The cuisine has offered a lot to the neighboring states such as Tamil Nadu, Andhra, Kerala and Maharashtra in shaping up their cuisine. As every region’s ingredients change depending on the place, even Karnataka’s cuisine is widely divided based on its local produce and region. 
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Dharwad Peda Recipe

Dharwad Peda Recipe

Sunday, 21 May 2017 09:00

Dharwad Peda Recipe is a unique delicacy from North Karnataka. The name “Dharwad” has been derived from a place called Dharwad which has a history of this sweet since 150 Years. The sweet was discovered by a Thakur Family from Uttar Pradesh. Traditionally the sweet is prepared from buffalo’s milk that was bred in Dharwad. The recipe was started by a particular family who belonged to Gavali community and then got famous from then on. Serve the Dharwad Peda Recipe as a festive breakfast along with other desserts like Churma Laddu With Coconut to enjoy it with your family and children.  If you are looking for more Karnataka recipes here are some:  Karnataka Style Sooji Upma Recipe With Coconut Khara Avalakki Recipe (Karnataka Style Poha) Karnataka Style Guliappa Recipe (Gundponglu/Paniyaram/Paddu)

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