Looking to for new recipes to explore? We have five delicious Mangalorean recipes that will give the taste of Karnataka at home. Read on to know more.
Mangalorean cuisine has some lip-smacking food options, especially for non-vegetarians. Get started with our quick recipes below.
You can prepare the kasai powder and store it for months for anytime use. We have brought you the recipe.
Traditionally referred to as korri gassi, it is juicy chicken pieces bathed in gravy made with coconut milk, tamarind paste and different other exotic local ingredients.
Chicken sukka is an intensely flavourful dish, made with host of spices, freshly grated coconut and just two tablespoons of oil.
Pomfret Pulimunchi is a Mangalorean style fish fry that is easy to make and feels like a hug from the beautiful beaches of Karnataka.
Chicken Ghee Roast Recipe: If you're craving some ghee roast, here we bring you another scrumptious version of it, a chicken ghee roast.
Bring the rich and coconutty flavours of Mangalore to your plate with this quick and easy prawn curry.
These dishes are easy to make and are packed with flavours
Neer dosa recipe: A soft and fluffy crepe, neer dosa finds its origin in the Mangalorean kitchens.