Coorgi Style Chicken Curry Recipe

Coorg is a beautiful hill station in the northern Karnataka and is very famous for its coffee plantation. Just as wonderful as the place is the cuisine from the hill town. Best known are the non vegetarian dishes of chicken, pork and meat. The gravies are generally coconut based, spicy and tangy made with kachampuli which is a type of fruit based vinegar very common to the coorgi cuisine. Coorgi style chicken curry is one of the specialty and the use of kachampuli makes this authentic and delicious. ...

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Coorg Koli Curry Recipe (Chicken In Gravy)

Coorg Koli Curry Recipe (Chicken In Gravy) is a flavour packed chicken curry from South India. Coorg is a distinct cuisine in Karnataka that is a lot towards natural and locally available ingredients. It has a typical tangy but soothing flavor due to the addition of tamarind and poppy seeds. Serve Coorg Koli Curry Recipe (Chicken In Gravy) along with steamed rice, Yogurt (Curd), Chapati and a Hesaru Bele Southekayi Kosambari Recipe on sides. If you like this recipe, try ...

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Coorg Style Kulae Puttu Recipe (Puttu With Jackfruit & Jaggery)

Coorg Style Kulae Puttu is a traditional dish from Coorg made from seasonal fruit - Jackfruit. Jackfruits cakes are steam cooked wrapped in a banana leaf. Soft and flavourful with distinct aroma of jackfruit, they taste just divine. They are best had steaming hot with ghee on top and / or honey on side. Do not throw away the jackfruit seeds while making this dish with the fruit. You can make yummy side dish like Kerala Style Jack Fruit Seeds Stir Fry Recipe or Konkani ...

Coorg Mange Pajji Recipe (Coorgi Style Ripe Mango Raita)

Coorg Mange Pajji Recipe is a delicious raita recipe made using the ripened mangoes. Traditionally, it is made using the wild mango variety which are available in abundance during the summer season in the Coorg region. However, you can use any variety of mangoes of your choice. It is a simple raita, where the mango slices are mixed in curd flavoured with coconut masala and finished with a garlic tadka. The savoury and sweet flavours amalgamates beautifully.  Serve the Coorg Mange Pajji Recipe ...

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Coorg Style Bollari Barthad Recipe (Mangalore Cucumber Stir Fry)

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 ...

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

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 ...

Coorg Style Kumbala Curry Recipe (Pumpkin Sabzi)

Coorg Kumbala Curry Recipe (Pumpkin Sabzi) is an authentic dish from Coorg where in diced pumpkins are simmered in a coconut base resulting in a creamy, mildly spicy, tasty curry. The mild flavor of Cumin seeds and garlic enhances the flavor of the curry. Serve Coorg Kumbala Curry Recipe (Pumpkin Sabzi) with Akki Rotti Recipe (Spicy Gluten Free Rice Flour Flat Breads ) and steamed rice. If you like this recipe, try more recipes like Kerala Kootu Curry Recipe (Pumpkin with Desi ...

Coorg Style Kadumbuttu/Kadambuttu Recipe (Steamed Rice Balls Recipe)

Coorg Style Kadumbuttu/Kadambuttu Recipe (Steamed Rice Balls Recipe) is a staple food in coorg which belongs to the Karnataka region. The dish is made from broken rice and coconut which is boiled till it becomes mushy and then shaped into round balls and steamed again to hold its shape. These are prepared in many of the special occasion in coorg. It is usually accompanied by Pandi Curry which is also one of the delicacy found in that region. Serve the Coorg Style Kadumbuttu/Kadambuttu Recipe (Steamed ...

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