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 potato dumplings are called as batate ambade in kannada & konkani. A perfect tea time snack for a rainy 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.
Piyava bajo or onion fritters are yummy, crispy, spicy and a perfect tea time snack. Hot onion pakoda’s with a cup of tea/coffee when it rains is bliss! :-)
Yummy brinjal fritters or gulla phodi are a favourite among konkanis. They are served as a side dish/starter or as a tea time snack.
Biscuit ambado are fritters with a crispy crust and a soft inside. A perfect snack thats very versatile. Can be served in various ways. Read on!
Split chick pea 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.
Kesaribath or sheera is saffron infused rice, sweetened with sugar and enriched with loads of ghee. Its is a very popular south Indian dessert, breakfast.