Dharwad Peda Recipe

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 ...

Karnataka Style Menthe Kadubu Recipe (Fenugreek Leaves Wheat Dumpling Recipe)

Karnataka Style Menthe Kadubu Recipe (Fenugreek Leaves Wheat Dumpling Recipe) is a North Karnataka delicacy which is a simple spicy wheat flour dumpling shaped into discs and boiled, then it is tossed with some spicy fenugreek leaves.  There are two different variation to this dish one is the dry and one is the gravy version and it varies from region to region. Fenugreek leaves are good for the body, as it helps in cooling and aids in digestion and cures problems like stomach upset and gastric ...

Gurellu Chutney Podi Recipe (Niger Seeds Chutney Recipe)

Uchellu or Gurellu Chutney Podi/Karale or Khurasni Chutney powder/Niger Seeds powder, one of a family of dry chutneys that are very popular in North Karnataka and Maharashtrian homes. A scoop of this flavourful chutney can liven up even the simplest of meals. Its tasty, spicy and full of flavours. Serve Gurellu Chutney Podi along with Steamed Rice and Mixed Vegetable Sambar for a weekday meal. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Podi recipes such as Godhi Chutney Podi Recipe Andhra ...

Karnataka Style Badanekai Yennegai Gojju Recipe (Stuffed Brinjal Recipe)

Karnataka Style Badanekai Yennegai Gojju Recipe (Stuffed Brinjal Recipe) being the signature dish of “North Karnataka” are stuffed with brinjal also called as eggplant and fried in oil. The dish has a whole lot of rich and ground masala flavor to the gravy itself. At Archana’s Kitchen we have made it by consuming less oil by sauteing well on the pan itself. Serve the Karnataka Style Badanekai Yennegai Gojju Recipe (Stuffed Brinjal Recipe) along with Jolada Roti Recipe (Jowar Bhakri) and Nuggekai ...

Jolada Ganji Recipe (Jowar Savoury Porridge)

'Jolada' means Jowar/sorghum, a gluten free grain. This traditional dish, the 'Jolada Mudde' is a North Karnataka  breakfast special. It is tasty and can be cooked within a few minutes. Mixing the jowar flour in water or thin buttermilk without lumps and then adding it to the tempered mixture of green chillies , onions and curry leaves gives this dish a smooth texture. Though this dish is popularly called as 'Mudde' means balls /rounds , it is often served in a semi solid consistency. When less ...

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Menthya Jolada Mudde Recipe (Methi & Jowar Balls Recipe)

Menthya Jolada Mudde Recipe (Methi & Jowar Balls Recipe) is one of traditional, dish from North Karnataka which may not be known to many. It is a twist to regular ragi mudde recipe that is a common inclusion in Kitchens of Karnataka and Andhra. If you love to include healthy millets to your diet then you should be thinking of using jowar, and give this jolada mudde a try too. It super simple and very healthy and delicious meal. Serve Menthya Jolada Mudde Recipe (Methi & Jowar Balls Recipe) ...

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Mixed Vegetable Akki Roti Recipe

Mixed Vegetable Akki Roti is a famous recipe from Karnataka. The recipe in this article is a mix of all vegetables and greens which are slightly different from the regular akki roti. This dish cannot be mixed in advance or kept in the fridge since it tends to leave water. Hence you may cut the vegetables and  keep them ready and mix it with rice flour and oils as and when needed. For kids, just omit the chili and the rest can be still the same. Mixed Vegetable Akki Roti is ideal for those ...

Karnataka Style Bendekayi Gojju Recipe(Karnataka Style Okra in Coconut Gravy)

Bendekayi Gojju Recipe is the Karnataka style Okra curry in Coconut gravy which is one of the popular gravy recipes made with Okra/lady’s finger. The recipe is a simple dish to prepare and flavorful as well. Serve Bendekayi Gojju Recipe along with hot rice, Pooris and Aloo Dum for lunch along with your loved ones for a whole some breakfast.  If you like this recipe, look at more Bhindi/Okra recipes Makai Wali Bhindi Recipe Punjabi Bhindi Kadhi Recipe (Roasted Okra In Yogurt Curry) Masalewali ...

Togarikaayi Usli Recipe (Green Pigeon Peas)

Togarikaayi Usli Recipe (Green Pigeon Peas) is a Karnataka Cusine dish. 'Usli' in Kannada means stir fried lentils. Usli is usually made during festivals and distributed amongst friends and family. But there are some uslis which is specially made during certain seasons and produce. Like Avarekaayi ( broad beans) and Togarikaayi ( green pigeon peas) are beans that taste divine when made into Usli. Togarikaayi Usli Recipe can be served for lunch. Serve the Togarikaayi with hot rice and chow chow ...

Jolada Roti Recipe (Jowar Bhakri)

Jolada roti or Jowar bhakri is a must in any North Karnataka house. It is an unleavened Indian bread made out of jowar (Sorghum), which is not just delicious to taste but also contains good source of nutrients. The Jolada roti is a staple diet of most of the districts of North Karnataka, where it is eaten with pulse curries such as Jhunka, Enne Gai or with assorted chutneys. It is gluten free and is diabetic friendly dish. It’s a delicious and healthy flat bread which is also very low in calories. ...

Pineapple Gojju Recipe (Karnataka Style Tangy And Spicy Pineapple Curry)

Pineapple Gojju Recipe is a sweet and spicy, tangy curry made using pineapples, typical to Karnataka. It is a festive dish and served during weddings and other celebrations when a traditional meal is served on a banana lead. It is rich in flavour, thanks to the pineapple and freshly ground spices that are used. It is best served with hot Steamed Rice, but can also be served with Chapatis. Have you tried some other regional specialities like Kerala Cheriya Ulli Sambar, Hyderabadi Khatti Dal and Parsi ...

Uchellu Chutney Recipe (Niger Seeds Chutney)

Uchellu Chutney Recipe made of Niger Seeds is a popular chutney accompaniment made in North Karnataka regions. Uchellu Niger Seeds are a black thistle seed variety known for its distinct flavour and smell. This chutney is popularly made along with jowar roti, akki rotti, kadubu or chapatis. It is a great accompaniment for breakfast or tea time. Here are some other popular chutney recipes for you to try at your homes: Capsicum Chutney Recipe Amla/Nellikai Thogayal Recipe Puli Ingi Recipe Zucchini ...

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Aavryachi Bhaji/Avarakkai Poriyal Recipe (Broad Beans Stir Fry)

Aavryachi Bhaji or Avarakkai Poriyal is a simple simple stir-fry of field/broad beans. Popularly cooked in Karnataka, field beans are a seasonal delicacy and this bhaji/sabji is a simple way to cook it in a flavourful way to retain maximum nutrition. Like most other beans, these beans are also high in fibre and protein, making it a healthy option for those fighting diabetes and cholesterol. Serve this simple stir-fry with Mixed Vegetable Sambar and Rice along with a dollop of ghee, for a wholesome ...

Kharbyaali Masale Khara Recipe - North Karnataka Sambar Powder

The Kharbyaali Masale Khara is a very traditional North Karnataka Spice Powder that is used in making the Kharbyaali Nuggekai Saaru and even certain vegetable dishes. It is made with a combination of the various spices and smoked dry coconut that brings out the special flavor of the North Karnataka Kharbyaali Masala. Here are a few few more spice powders that you must have in your kitchen Home Made Dhansak Masala Recipe Maharashtrian Achar Ka Masala (Pickle Mix Recipe) Instant Puliyodharai ...

Nuggekai Kharbyaali Recipe (North Karnataka Spiced Drumstick Sambar)

North Karnataka Spiced Drumstick Sambar also known as Nuggekai Kharbyaali is a traditional  sambar curry made with a special spice powder - Kharbyaali Masala Khara Spice Powder. It is a popular dish in North Karnataka and South Maharashtra region. Serve it with rice or bhakri/ jowar/phulkas. Did you know: Toor Dal contains high amount of protein, low fat and low cholesterol. It is also a great source of complex carbohydrates, fibre, folic acid ...

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