A Mangalorean special chicken recipe, made using fresh chicken, host of masalas and grated fresh coconut cooked to perfection. it is a dry dish that can make any dinner party menu look exotic.
King fish or surmai wrapped in a freshly made Mangalorean masala and steamed in banana leaves.
This is a Mangalorean Catholic home recipe made with either pomfret or fillet of fish and flavoured with burning coal served like a dry side dish.
Prawns cooked in coconut oil with a spicy tamarind gravy, Mangalorean style.
Chicken cooked Mangalorean style, in a sweet and sour puree made with pineapple and green mango.
This is a Mangalorean home recipe from the Bunt community, of a spicy chicken curry dish eaten with pulao.
A delectable chicken curry with the flavors of coconut, coconut milk and tamarind.
A melting pot of communities like Beary Muslims, Mangalorean Catholics, Saraswath Brahmins, and Bunts to name a few, the local cuisine is a delicious reflection of this coalescence.
Even today, when I don't live within the easy reach of this restaurant, the combination of ghee roast and neer dosa is one of the most frequent suggestions made.
Udupi might be a tiny town north of Mangalore in Karnataka, but it is a haven for South Indian food lovers. Here are some local South Indian dishes you should try.
From mussels in coconut gravy to tangy pickles, we've listed scrumptious preparations of mussels, a coastal favourite of South India.
From Mangalore's buns and Sajige Bajil to Kolkata's ghugni and kochuri, Food Expert Marryam H. Reshii explores local breakfast dishes across South and Eastern India.