Mangalore buns or pooris is an extremely popular breakfast dish across Karnataka. Here is how you can make them at home easily!
Also known as Mangalore Baje, this fried snack is extremely popular across Karnataka and can be eaten with coconut chutney.
Balekai podi or banana podi are deep-fried fritters from the streets of Mangalore that you just won't be able to resist!
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.
A popular recipe from Mangalore, ellu juice is a cooling drink prepared with sesame seeds and freshly-grated coconut. Find the recipe inside.
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.
Cucumber chutney recipe: Cucumber chutney is popularly consumed in south India, especially in Mangalore and goes by the name of Southekkai chutney.