About Chicken Sukka Recipe: A Mangalorean special semi dry 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 ...
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, in a classic Mangalorean style.
Chicken cooked Mangalorean style, in a sweet and sour puree made with pineapple and green mango.
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.
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.
Mangalore buns or pooris is an extremely popular breakfast dish across Karnataka. Here is how you can make them at home easily!
Anyone who has travelled for food in India will know that flavours and ingredients change almost every 100 kms. We pick some of these regional cuisines of South India.
Spicy Dry Chicken Recipe: Chicken sukka is a popular Mangalorean recipe that generally has two variations- dry and semi-dry.
Chicken ghee roast, prawn ghee roast, paneer ghee roasts are popular Mangalorean preparations that are characterised by its deep red colour, tangy and spicy melange of flavours and of course the lovely softness provided by ...
Look beyond laddoo, gulab jamun, and rasmalai. This festive season, try a unique steamed rice roll from the Western Coastal belt of India. Read on to know more.