A Konkani dessert - Sweet Moong Dal Khichdi
A Konkani dessert - Sweet Moong Dal Khichdi

Sweet khichdi is a Konkani dessert that’s absolutely to die for. Hot khichdi is served with loads of ghee on top. Yum!

Cucumber Dosa (Thousali)
Cucumber Dosa (Thousali)

Cucumber dosas are quick to make & are a perfect breakfast for a busy weekday. 25 minutes and you can make delicious, healthy, filling breakfast.

Pineapple Kesaribath (Sheera)
Pineapple Kesaribath (Sheera)

Have guests coming over and need a quick dessert? This rava kesaribath with or without pineapple is the easiest and the quickest to make.

Pan Fried Kantola (Phagla phodi)
Pan Fried Kantola (Phagla phodi)

Pan fried veggies are called phodis in Konkani. Phodis are easy and quick to prepare and form an important part of any Konkani meal.

Colocasia Leaves Curry (Alvati)
Colocasia Leaves Curry (Alvati)

Alvati is a Konkani rainy season delicacy. It is a delicious curry prepared from tender colocasia leaves.

Gooseberry Chutney/Tambli (Avale Chutney/Tambali)
Gooseberry Chutney/Tambli (Avale Chutney/Tambali)

Here's how to make gooseberry chutney, gooseberry tambli to enjoy a great lunch with a bowl of steaming hot rice.

Gooseberry Curry (Avale Khadi)
Gooseberry Curry (Avale Khadi)

Gooseberry curry with sour curds/sour buttermilk and a flavourful garlic seasoning. Comfort food at its best!

Chickpea Flour Laddus (Ashtami Undo)
Chickpea Flour Laddus (Ashtami Undo)

Konkani households of Udupi, Mangalore region make chickpea flour ladoos for Krishna Janmastami. They are an absolute delight to eat.

Chakli, Chakali, Muruku, Chakuli
Chakli, Chakali, Muruku, Chakuli

Here's a recipe to make crunchy, crispy chakuli at home for Lord Ganesha.

Chickpea panchakajjaya (Chanedali panchakajjaya)
Chickpea panchakajjaya (Chanedali panchakajjaya)

No pooja is complete without an offering to God according to the Hindu rituals. Panchakajjayas are a mixture of 5 ingredients served as naivedyam to the Lord.