I never knew making plantain chips was so easy. They turned out so crispy, crunchy and yum that I promised myself I wouldn't buy a packet of banana chips now on
A Udupi, Mangalore speciality, moode are a traditional breakfast. Moode are idlis steamed in screw pine leaf moulds for their amazing taste and smell.
Brown rice and white rice are ground along with grated coconut and are steamed in banana leaves to make a delicious Konkani breakfast.
Soyee muddo is a very old Konkani breakfast made using just rice and grated coconut.
Horse gram is ground and added to idli batter to make horse gram idlis. A very old Konkani breakfast. Delish idlis when had with loads of coconut oil.
Khotte kadubu are a very popular breakfast in Udupi, Mangalore, Kundapur regions of Karnataka. Khotto/hittu are idlis are steamed in jackfruit leaves baskets.
Lentil dosas called as doddak in Konkani are a very old Konkani breakfast. These crispy dosas were made instantly without fermentation.
Phanna doddak also called as kayli phanna doddak in Konkani is a very old Konkani breakfast. Thick, crispy dosas made in a wok. No fermentation required.
Jackfruit leaves are weaved into tiny basket to steam idlis in them. These steamed idlis in jackfruit leaves baskets are called hittu/khotto/khotte kadubu.
A spicy Konkani side dish made using colocasia tubers. It’s called gona or kale alva maddi sukke in Konkani and is delicious!