Mangalorean Chicken Ghee Roast Recipe

Mangalorean Chicken Ghee Roast Recipe is a classic ghee roast recipe that has the chicken which is pan roasted with a ground spicy masala and cooked along with a good quality ghee. Mangalorean cuisine hails from south Karnataka that has influence from their neighboring state like kerala. Thus the use of coconut, pepper and curry leaves are strong in their cuisine as well. Chicken ghee roast is loved by most of the people in India as it is rich and has quite vibrant flavors from the homemade ground ...

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Mangalore Cucumber Chana Dal Subzi Recipe

Mangalore Cucumber Chana Dal Sabzi Recipe is a nutritious recipe that combined the Bottle Gourd and lentils making it a perfect dish for a wholesome lunch or dinner. This curry is made with mangalore cucumber which is a widely used vegetable in many parts of Mangalore which is in south India. Pulses are an essential part of ingredient in most of the Indian meals. They are low glycemic index. That helps you to keep your sugar levels in control. Mangalore cucumber on the other hand is a good source ...

Prawn Ghee Roast Recipe

Prawn Ghee Roast is a very popular dish in Mangalore. Mangalore is a famous city in Karnataka on the coast of Arabian Sea. Prawns are easily available here as it is situated in the coastal area. This is a perfect side dish with biriyani, ghee rice, roti or Malabar paratha. It is easy to make and can be served as an appetizer also. Serve Prawn Ghee Roast as a side dish along with Mangalorean Style Kuvalyacho Pollav and Steamed Rice for a weekday meal.  If you like this recipe, ...

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Kori Gassi Recipe (Mangalorean Traditional Chicken Curry With Coconut Milk)

Kori Gassi Recipe (Mangalorean Traditional Chicken Curry With Coconut Milk) is a delicious coconut and red chilli based curry from the coastal region of Mangalore. In Tulu language, Chicken is called Kori and Gassi is known as curry. This curry has a lovely blend of different fragrant spices, which is quite unique to Mangalore’s cultural heritage. Mangalore cuisine is mostly influenced by Tulu speaking Bunts, the Kannada speaking Brahmins, Konkani speaking Catholics and Goud Saraswat Brahmins to ...

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Mangalore Style Southe Gatti/Southekayi kadubu Recipe (Steamed Cucumber Dumplings)

Mangalore Style Southe Gatti/Southekayi kadubu Recipe (Steamed Cucumber Dumplings) is a hot steamed rice and cucumber dumpling. Gatti is usually prepared using rice, coconut and finely grated squash. You can use any different type of squash like Mangalore cucumber, white or yellow pumpkin. Traditionally they are steamed using a banana leaf which also gives a nice flavor and aroma to the dumpling. You can make these as a healthy start for your breakfast or even serve it as a snack during your evening ...

Mixed Vegetables Ajethna Recipe (Mangalorean Style Mixed Vegetables Sabzi)

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 ...

Mangalorean Bunt Style Kadle Manoli Recipe (Ivy gourd and Black Channa Stir Fry)

Mangalorean Bunt Style Kadle Manoli Recipe (Ivy gourd and Black Channa Stir Fry) is a divine combination of black chickpeas and ivy gourd that is tossed with lots of coconut and homemade spice blend. The specialty of this dish is from two main things which is the roasting of the coconut with onions till it becomes golden brown and the use of Kundapura spice mix. Serve the Mangalorean Bunt Style Kadle Manoli along with Kori Gassi and neer dosa to make a satisfying meal for your loved ones.  If ...

Mangalorean style Basale Pundi Recipe (Steamed rice dumpling in Onion Gravy)

Mangalorean style Basale Pundi Recipe (Steamed rice dumpling in Onion Gravy) is a simple hearty breakfast dish that has coconut rice dumpling immersed in a flavorful onion coconut gravy. The rice dumplings in other words called as “Pundi Gatti” is a dish that has its roots across malnad, udupi and mangalorean regions. Preparing these dumpling are little time consuming but once done all you have to do is dip it in the onion gravy or as well eat it along with a dollop of ghee on top. Serve the ...

Mangalorean Style Lobia Gassi Recipe (Black eyed peas in Coconut Curry Recipe)

Mangalorean Style Lobia Gassi Recipe (Black eyed peas in Coconut Curry Recipe) will be the favourite among all the vegetarians who would love to try a “Gassi”. This curry is traditionally from Mangalore cuisine and is made with chicken. You can also create variation by adding vegetables of your choice or even different type of lentils like chickpeas, peas etc. Serve the Mangalorean Style Lobia Gassi Recipe (Black eyed peas in Coconut Curry Recipe) along with Magalorean Neer Dosa Recipe (Savory ...

Cucumber Neer Dosa Recipe (Cucumber Rice Pancake Recipe)

Cucumber Neer Dosa Recipe (Cucumber Rice Pancake Recipe) is a twist to the traditional need dosa which is made in the households of Mangalore. Traditional it is just the rice which is soaked and made into the batter along with coconut milk. But we have used cucumber to give a fresh and unique flavor. As cucumber is vital for body, it consists of important vitamins and minerals and helps to keep your body cool. Serve the Cucumber Neer Dosa Recipe (Cucumber Rice Pancake Recipe) with Kori Gassi (Mangalorean ...

Mangalorean Style Ambe Upkari Recipe (Tempered Ripe Mango Curry)

Mangalorean Style Ambe Upkari Recipe is a spicy, tangy - sweet curry made with ripe mangoes, jaggery, along with simple South Indian spices, and tempered. Mangalorean Style Ambe Upkari Recipe is usually served as a side dish with a South Indian Meal of Steamed rice, Mangalorean Style Sajjige Rotti, steamed rice, Sprouted Moong Dal Curry and Mangalorean Style Sonay Sukka Recipe (Dry Chickpea Stir Fry Recipe). If you like this recipe, try more recipes like Mangalorean Manoli ...

Mangalorean Chana Gassi Recipe

Mangalorean Chana Gassi Recipe is an authentic dish of Mangalorean cuisine, which is prepared with ground spices and coconut. Kori gassi is the most popular curry which is prepared with Chicken and served with roti. One can prepare gassi with chickpeas, kala chana, soya chunks or even with mushrooms with the same spice paste. This gassi is luscious and drool worthy. Gassi served with any Indian salad and roti/parotta is a perfect lunch. Serve Mangalorean Chana Gassi Recipe with Malabari ...

Mangalorean Style Padpe Aajadina Recipe (Spinach Dry Recipe)

Mangalorean Style Padpe Aajadina Recipe(Spinach Dry Recipe) is a delicious stir fry of spinach leaves with soft onions and grated coconut. The flavours are simple and is well balanced. The taste of the spinach leaves is presented as it is and that is what is so special about this dish. You can add any kind of green leaves like amaranth, fenugreek and more. Serve the Mangalorean Style Padpe Aajadina Recipe(Spinach Dry Recipe) along with steamed rice,  Dali Thoy Recipe (Karwar Style Toor dal ...

Mangalorean Style Vaingana Mashinga Sange Sukhe/Sukka Recipe (Dry Brinjal and Cashewnut Stir Fry Recipe)

Mangalorean Style Vaingana Mashinga Sange Sukhe/Sukka Recipe (Dry Brinjal and Cashewnut Stir Fry Recipe) is a delicious stir fry made from small brinjal and cashew nuts with Konkan flavors. The preparation of tempering the mustard seeds, curry leaves, onion and garlic are called as “Sukka” in most of the common language from the southern region like Konkani, Karnataka and Mangalore. Serve the Mangalorean Style Vaingana Mashinga Sange Sukhe/Sukka Recipe (Dry Brinjal and Cashewnut Stir Fry Recipe) ...

Mangalorean Bhende Puli Kodel Recipe (Okra In Tamarind Gravy)

Mangalorean Bhende Puli Kodel Recipe is a simple yet delectable okra cooked in freshly made coconut masala. It doesnt have onion or garlic. It is spicy, sweet and tart making for a perfect accompaniment with steamed rice. It is usually prepared using ash gourd or pumpkin, however we will be cooking with okras to give it a crunchy texture. The roasted sesame seeds also adds a nice nutty taste to the dish. Serve the Mangalorean Bhende Puli Kodel Recipe (Okra In Tamarind Gravy) along with Steamed Rice, ...

Mangalorean Manoli Bheeja Upkari Recipe (Ivy Gourd & Cashew Sabzi)

Mangalorean Manoli Bheeja Upkari Recipe is the Konkani style Ivy Gourd & Cashew Sabzi. A customary side dish, in any function or festival in Konkani cuisine. Fresh, tender cashews are sauted along with tender ivy gourd to make this tasty and simple stir fry. Serve Mangalorean Manoli Bheeja Upkari Recipe (Ivy Gourd & Cashew Sabzi) with steamed rice, Bendekayi Koddel/Bolu Huli Recipe and Aralu Sandige Recipe for lunch. If you like this recipe, try more tindora/ivy ...

Mangalorean Mavinakayi Menasinakai Curry Recipe | Raw Mangoes in Coconut Based Gravy

Mangalorean Mavinakayi Menasinakai Curry Recipe | Raw Mangoes in Coconut Based Gravy made with roasted and ground spices with fresh grated coconut. There is a distinguished aroma emanating from the curry due to sesame seeds added to the masala. You can use any oil but coconut oil is preferred so that you can get the traditional Mangalorean taste in the recipe. This Mangalorean Mavinakayi Menasinakai Curry Recipe is a sweetish, spicy and sour gravy recipe that can be served with with steamed rice, ...

Mangalorean Style Bafat Pito Recipe (Bafat/Bafad Spice Mix Powder Recipe)

Mangalorean Style Bafat Pito Recipe (Bafat/Bafad Spice Mix Powder Recipe) which is a very famous among the catholic community in the Mangalorean cuisine. It is a blend of 6 spice mix to form a spice mix powder that are used generously by the Catholics to prepare the most famous dish called the “Dukramas” which is a Pork dish. The powder can be made and stored in an air tight jar or a container and can be kept for at least a year or so. It is then can be used for dishes like non veg gravies or ...

Mangalorean Style Sonay Sukka Recipe (Dry Chickpea Stir Fry Recipe)

Mangalorean Style Sonay Sukhe is a very important dish for every mangalorean meal plate.  The preparation starts by tempering the mustard seeds, curry leaves, onion and garlic which is called as “Sukka”. It is used in most of the south Indian language in regions like Konkani, Karnataka and Mangalore.  You can as well use the same method in this recipe for many other legumes such as black channa, black eyed peas etc. Mangalorean use a special type of masala called as Bafat Pito which ...

Mangalorean Style Bendekayi Huli Koddel Recipe (Ladies finger Dal without Coconut Recipe)

Mangalorean Style Bendekayi Huli Koddel Recipe (Ladies finger Dal without Coconut Recipe) is a variation to the authentic recipe made in the households of Mangalore. Usually in most of the mangalorean dishes, the addition of coconut is always a must but in this recipe we have cut down coconut and created a dal which has Bendekayi otherwise called as ladies finger. Serve the Mangalorean Style Bendekayi Huli Koddel Recipe (Ladies finger Dal without Coconut Recipe) along with steam rice or Phulka.  If ...

Bendekayi Koddel/Bolu Huli Recipe - Mangalorean Style Bhindi Sambar Recipe

Bendekayi Koddel/Bolu Huli Recipe is Mangalorean Style Bhindi Sambar Recipe that is made without coconut. bolu huli can be prepared from various vegetables like chayote, Mangalorean cucumber, ridge gourd and more. To make bendekayi koddel, you should saute the bhindi until the sliminess is evaporated. This bolu huli has a typical coconut oil tempering with cumin seeds and hing. Serve steamed rice and top it with generous quantity of steaming hot Bendekayi Koddel/Bolu Huli Recipe - Mangalorean Style ...

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Mangalorean Style Biscuit Roti Recipe

Mangalorean Style Biscuit Roti Recipe is a quick and traditional tea time snack. The biscuit rotis are generally a crispy puri stuffed in with spicy and delicious stuffing. The roti can be made and stored for at least a day or two. It might become little soft but will still an all-time favorite with hot cup of tea. Serve the Mangalorean Style Biscuit Roti Recipe as a Tea Time snack with Adrak Chai and enjoy your evening time. If you are looking for more Mangalorean Recipes here are some:  Mangalorean ...

Mangalorean Style Kayi Vade Recipe (Coconut and Rice Flour Fried Bread Recipe)

Mangalorean Style Kayi Vade Recipe (Coconut and Rice Flour Fried Bread Recipe) is a hand pressed bread which is deep fried in hot oil. The dough is different from the normal poori dough recipes as it contains the spice mix that are origin to the flavors of Mangalorean cuisine. The pooris are patted on to your palm and then deep fried. Mangalorean cuisine uses a lot of coriander seeds, cumin seeds and dry red chilies in their style of cooking which gives it an authentic flavor to the dishes. Serve ...

Udupi Style Mixed Vegetable Sambar Recipe

Udupi Style Mixed Vegetable Sambar Recipe is one that uses authentic sambar powders to make a rich lentil and vegetable based Indian gravy. Ududpi is a small town that is famous for its “Cuisine” and the “Sai Krishna Temple”, one more important aspect of the cuisine is they are considered to be satvik which means they do not use any onion or garlic in their cooking. But in this recipe I have used pearl onions to give in extra flavor to the dish but you can omit that if it is not required. Serve ...

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