Karwar NKGSB Style Bharli Vangi Recipe - Brinjal Curry

Karwar NKGSB Style Bharli Vangi Recipe - Brinjal Curry is what stuffed brinjals vegetable is called in Konkani language and in Hindi it’s called Bharwa Baingan. Vangi or Brinjals are of different types like the small black ones, or the surati vangi, or white vangi or the ones I have used here i.e. Kateri Vangi. The Kateri vangi are a little big in size with a slightly purplish colour like stripes and are sweet in taste. These are generally used to make the Bharli Vangi. Brinjals are called ...

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Chicken Donne Biryani Recipe - Bangalore Shivaji Military Style

Chicken Donne Biryani Recipe, is found and sold by many vendors and restaurants in almost all over the city of Bangalore. The Biryani is made using the South Indian special rice called Seeraga Samba/Jeeraga Samba rice, which is cooked in a freshly ground masala of fresh coriander and mint leaves along with some whole spices  In Bangalore, a very popular restaurant named 'Shivaji Military Hotel' serves the best Donne Biryani in town. Traditionally the biryani  prepared in ...

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Karnataka Style Chicken Saaru Recipe

Karnataka Style Chicken Saaru Recipe is a spicy thick gravy that is cooked in a pressure cooker. Saaru refers to any gravy dish in Karnataka. This is the best to be had along with Ragi Mudde or just with Plain dosa. The saaru consists of roasted spices and onions which are ground into to a smooth paste and then cooked along with chicken pieces. Serve the Karnataka Style Chicken Saaru Recipe along with Ragi Mudde, Akki Roti or Jolada Rotti and Pickled Onions Recipe to enjoy it for your ...

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Karnataka Style Orange Peels Curry Recipe

Did you know that we can make a yummy curry out of Orange Peels? It is tangy, sweetish, spicy, slightly bitter and bursting with flavors. It is an unique recipe. So next time you have some guests at home, make this recipe and impress your friends and family. It is filled with flavours and tastes delicious with almost everything. Next time you eat an orange, don't throw the peels, make a curry out of it. Serve Karnataka Style Orange Peels Curry along with Cabbage Thoran and Whole Wheat Lachha ...

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Karnataka Style Huggi (Rice and Moong dal Savory Porridge)

Karnataka Style Huggi (Rice and Moong dal Savory Porridge)  Recipe is a traditional khichdi prepared in Karnataka. During the famous festival Sri Krishna Matt that is celebrated in parts of Udupi.  It is nothing but similar to “kara Pongal” that is prepared in Tamil Nadu. Huggi is usually accompanied along with tamarind gojju. Where the tanginess of the gravy goes along with the subtle but rich flavor of the lentil and rice. Serve the Karnataka Style Huggi Recipe along with Karnataka ...

Homemade Mysore Pak Recipe | Traditional Recipe Made With Ghee

Mysore Pak is a delectable Indian sweet made from roasted gram flour and pure homemade ghee. A very traditional south Indian sweet is rich and makes a perfect sweet to be made for special occasions and festivals like Diwali. History of Mysore Pak: Long Long time ago, in the Mysore Palace (in Karnataka, India), a petty little cook, made a dessert for the King. He made paagh (basically sugar syrup in the local language), then added gram flour and to make it rich and worthy for the king added loads ...

Karwar Style Kairichi Udid Methi Recipe (Raw Mango Methi Curry)

Karwar Style Kairichi Udid Methi Recipe (Raw Mango Methi Curry) is a Konkani style raw mango curry. Its tangy, spicy, little sweetish with a hint of bitterness acquired from methi seeds in it. Its one of the must dish in Konkani festivals. Served with steamed rice, they taste absolute finger licking. Serve Karwar Style Kairichi Udid Methi Recipe (Raw Mango Methi Curry) along with Punjabi Style Tinda Sabji, Palak Raita and Phulka for your everyday meal. If you like this Kairichi Udid Methi ...

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Mysore Masala Dosa Made With Ragi Dosa Batter

Mysore Masala Dosa Recipe is a famous breakfast dish among the  Southern part of India. In this recipe we have used a ragi idli dosa batter to make the Masala Dosa. Traditionally, idli boiled rice and urad dal, along with some jaggery is used to make the dosa. Dosa is considered to be the most often had breakfast as the batter is present most households in Karnataka & Tamil Nadu. The dosa batter is usually made and fermented the day before so that you get a nice crispy and soft dosa. The ...

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Menthe / Fenugreek Seeds Tambli Recipe (Karnataka Recipes)

Here's a bowlful of simple, healthy and comforting side dish, that's great to cool your body naturally. Tambli is a very traditional Karnataka dish which our grannys have been making from many years . Thambli is mild, medicinal and soothing dish that makes a meal wholesome. For better understanding we can call term tambli as medicated buttermilk / a type of raita / cold soup .You can prepare tambli with anything and most of them takes just 10 mins.Today it is " Menthe Tambli ( Tambuli ) / Fenugreek ...

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Pudina Shavige Recipe - Pudina Semiya Upma Recipe

The Pudina Shavige Recipe is a delicious Karnataka style Pudina Semiya Upma Recipe which is healthy packed with taste. The shavige also known as semiya is made from foxtail millet vermicelli but you can also use the normal ones or even the rice vermicelli. Usually the mint goes really well with chutneys and pulao but adding them to the shavige will create a nutritious and flavor meal. It also has few roasted peanuts and urad dal for the crunch that you can get from every bite of it. Serve the Pudina ...

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Maddur Vada Recipe | Maddur Vade

Maddur Vada Recipe is a very popular savory fritter originated from a town called Maddur in the Mandya district of Karnataka. It is made usually from semolina, rice flour and whole wheat flour and is flavored and spiced with some curry leaves, onions and green chilies. The dough is the pat on the hand and deep fried. The Maddur is found to be very famous because, the town maddur lies between Bangalore and Mysore. So therefore people travelling to Mysore relish these vada as a snack in the train ...

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Karnataka Style Avarekalu Akki Rotti Recipe

Karnataka Style Avarekaalu Rotti Recipe is a regional recipe from the region Bengaluru, where they celebrated “Avarekaalu Mela” during the month of January. The mela consists of series of stalls selling out dishes that are made from these field beans or avarekalu beans. Karnataka Style Avarekaalu roti is made from rice flour and made thin. These Rottis are then pan cooked till it becomes crispy and golden brown on either side. Serve the Avarekaalu Rotti Recipe along with Tomato Chutney or Coconut ...

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Karwar Style Khatkhate Recipe (Mixed Vegetable Curry With Toor Dal & Coconut)

Karwar Style Khatkhate Recipe (Mixed Vegetable Curry With Toor Dal & Coconut) is basically a konkani mixed vegetable curry with toor dal and coconut. This dish is common in almost all konkani houses. A variety of mixed seasonal veggies are used to make to Khatkhate. It's a no onion no garlic dish. Addition of tirphal or Sichuan pepper gives a unique flavour to this curry. Serve Karwar Style Khatkhate Recipe (Mixed Vegetable Curry With Toor Dal & Coconut) along with Karwar Style Lasani ...

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Karnataka Style Harive Soppu Bendi Recipe (Amaranth Leaves Cooked in Coconut Broth)

Karnataka Style Harive Soppu Bendi Recipe is basically Amaranth Leaves Cooked in Coconut Broth. Bendi means broth in Kannada. Harive Soppu Bendi is a simple yet flavourful. The freshly prepared coconut paste is added to the cooked spinach and finished with a simple south indian tempering. It is easy to make and is a wonderful dish to include in summers, as it is mildly spiced and lighter on the tummy. Serve the Harive Soppu Bendi Recipe (Karnataka Style Amaranth Leaves Cooked in Coconut Broth) ...

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Karnataka Style Menthya Soppu Hesaru Kaalu Palya Recipe

Menthya Soppu Hesaru Kaalu Palya Recipe is a healthy stir fry made using fresh fenugreek leaves and Sprouted Green Gram. The hand pounded spice mix of garlic, shallots, cumin and red chillies adds a great flavour to the dish. The spiciness is balanced by adding a wee bit of jaggery. Serve Menthya Soppu Hesaru Kaalu Palya Recipe (Karnataka Style Fenugreek Leaves and Green Gram Stir Fry) along with Akki Rotti Recipe (Spicy Gluten Free Rice Flour Flat Breads), Karnataka Style Badanekai ...

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Soft & Delicious Ragi Mudde Recipe - Karnataka Style Ragi Balls

Ragi Mudde Recipe is an authentic dish of Karnataka. It is most of the staple food for farmers who live in the rural parts of Karnataka. It is always an art to make this at everyone’s house as you need to get the proportion right and even the technique followed by each family will be different. Usually Ragi mudde is made on a sauce pot with water being boiled and then we add ragi flour and whisked till it thickens. The Ragi mixture is slightly cooled and shaped into balls. Ragi is a staple ingredient ...

Karwar Style Muga Ambat Recipe (Moong Sprouts in Coconut Curry)

Karwar Style Muga Ambat Recipe (Moong Sprouts in Coconut Curry) is a curry recipe made from 'Muga' - which refers to the green gram which is mostly sprouted and used in recipes.The sprouted green gram is full of nutrients and is rich in fiber. Even during special occasions like marriages, the green gram curry is served as a side dish to be enjoyed along with rice. Karwar, is a small town near Goa, and boasts of it's unique and distinct cuisine. As it is a coastal town, lots of coconuts and tropical ...

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Avarekalu Kadubu Recipe (Hyacinth Beans Steamed Dumplings)

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) ...

Karnataka Style Beetroot Palya Recipe

Karnataka Style Beetroot Palya Recipe is a simple beetroot stir fry with aromatic sambar masala. It is also mildly flavoured with garlic cloves pounded with freshly grated coconut. Beetroot is said to have high content of iron and folates making it a highly nutritious vegetable. If taken regularly, it also helps in reducing the acidity in the body. Serve the delicious Karnataka Style Beetroot Palya Recipe along with Steamed Rice, Keerai Sambar and Elai Vadam for a simple weekday lunch. If ...

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Karnataka Style Tamarind Gojju Recipe

Karnataka Style Tamarind Gojju Recipe is a simple and easy to make gravy that is made by simmering tamarind water with chopped tomatoes and jaggery. The water is left to boil till it thickens. Then a tempering of curry leaves and mustard seeds are poured over it to give a tadka. It is usually paired with Khichdi and the traditional karnataka style rice dish called as Huggi. Serve the Karnataka Style Tamarind Gojju Recipe along with Karnataka Style Huggi Recipe along with some Gorikayi Palya Recipe.  If ...

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Karwar Style Yerappe Ani Recipe- Rice and Black Split Gram Fried Dumpling

Karwar Style Yerappe Ani Recipe (Rice and Black Split Gram Dumpling) is a simple rice preparation which is different to your normal Dosa or Idli preparation. These are cooked in a Yerappe Pan which is popularly called as Kuzhi Paniyaram pan in Tamil Nadu. The Yerappe Ani is shallow fried with little oil and cooked till it is golden brown on either side. These are preferred as a breakfast dish in Karwar. Serve the Karwar Style Yerappe Ani Recipe (Rice and Black Split Gram Dumpling) along with Date ...

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Gojju Avalakki Recipe - Puli Aval

Avalakki (Poha) is a favourite ingredient in every Kannadiga household and Gojju Avalakki has a special place. Relish this easy to make and yet so very flavourful Gojju Avalakki for breakfast or even as a snack. Avalakki or Aval is also prepared during fasting time like Maha Shivarathri.  Tamarind is also added in this Poha, which gives it a tangy taste and also make it different from other Poha Recipes. Serve Gojju Avalakki Recipe along with hot Masala Chai and Peanut Butter ...

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Karnataka Style Mangrasa Recipe - Raw Mango Chutney Recipe

Karnataka Style Mango Rasa Recipe also known as Mangrasa is a deliciously tangy, sweet and spicy chutney made with the last of the mangoes available in market - the Gini Moothi cultivar or Totapuri Mangoes that are available almost towards the ending of Mango season. This is a famous chutney that can be had as an accompaniment with Curd Rice, dosa or akki rotti, that is native to the region of Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka. Serve Karnataka Style Mango Rasa Recipe | Mangrasa along with Udupi ...

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Sprouted Green Gram Kosambari Recipe- With Pomegranates

Sprouted Green Gram Kosambari is one of our favourite healthy salads, with the addition of sweet pomegranate pearls.    Commonly served at South Indian yele oota at various ceremonies and weddings. Low on calories, high on nutrients and an absolute visual treat to see a bowlful of colourful sprouted Moong Kosambari. Serve Sprouted Green Gram Kosambari along with Tomato Onion Sambar and Steamed Rice and Raw Papaya Thoran Recipe for a weekday meal.  If ...

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