Mangalorean Sannas are a kind of steamed rice cake made from toddy or yeast. This taste great with Meat Currys, bafats or stews or even with veg curries.
Mangalore buns is a deep-fried banana-based savoury from the coastal city of Udupi. These are soft-fluffy and mild sweet banana flavoured buns taken as breakfast or just a snack.
Mangalorean Pork Ragthi or pork boti is prepared with the spare parts of pork. This spicy delicacy is a perfect combination with sannas, bhakri or bread.
In this Mangalorean fish curry recipe, fish curry is prepared with coconut milk. This curry is suitable for some varieties of sea and river fish. Also explained the right method to prepare so that the curry doesn’t curdle.
In this Pathrode with Mutton Curry recipe Pathrodes are cooked in mutton curry. Pathrode is made with colocasia leaves and is a healthy popular dish of Mangalore and Konkan Region.
A delicious Mutton Mushroom Kurma recipe can be accomplished with rotis & bread.
This Chicken Indad Recipe is a traditional Mangalorean recipe that tastes hot-tangy-sweet. Quite easy to prepare and has a unique taste.
Raw Jackfruit Sukka with Black Chana is a traditional Mangalorean dish. here we are using a tender jackfruit. This is prepared during January to May as Tender Jackfruit is available during this time. It’s a dry dish – the masala is very flavourful and the combination of chickpeas gives a good taste to this dish….
In this tender jackfruit palya recipe, tender jackfruit is cooked with coconut, red chillies, jaggery, mustard and tamarind. This dish is dry and flavourful.
Mangalorean Pork Indad is a mild sweet-sour pork dish. It is a popular dish in most of the Mangalorean Catholics banquets. The pork meat is cut into thin but slightly big pieces