I recently noticed that some of the recipes have been not up to the standards I would expect them to be. I must have slacked off a bit somewhere along the way ;)
If you find that some of the recipes are missing, chances are I am working on making it better.
I'll be adding new recipes only after fixing the existing ones.
Please do drop by again in a few days time.
Bamboo shoots called as kirlu in konkani is a favourite among konkanis. We prepare a wide variety of dishes using fresh and pickled tender bamboo shoots.
Yummy deep fried, spiced mashed potato dumplings called as batate ambade in kannada & konkani is a perfect tea time snack for a rainy day or a sunny day.
A variety of veggies are coated with gram flour batter and deep fried to make yummy fritters/bajo/baje/pakora's/bajji/bonda. They are a perfect tea time snack.
The piyava vadis or onion fritters are super crispy and light with a nice flavor and aroma of onion. Made of rice they are pretty easy to make.
Onion fritters are yummy, crispy, spicy and a perfect tea time snack. Hot onion pakoda’s/piyava bajo with a cup of tea/coffee when it rains is bliss! :-)
Yummy brinjal fritters or gulla phodi are a favourite among konkanis. It can be served as a side dish/starter or served as a tea time snack.
Biscuit ambado are fritters that are soft on the inside, crispy on the outside. Biscuit ambado is very versatile and can be served in various ways. Read on!
These split chick peas fritters called as chattambade are spicy, crispy, crunchy, yummy and make a perfect tea time snack.
Pachadi is a very popular summer salad from costal belt. The tanginess from mangoes with the taste of asafoetida and coconut oil makes a yummy pachudi.
Saffron infused cooked rice, sweetened with sugar, with loads of ghee is called kesaribath and is a popular South Indian dessert.