Types Of Colocasia Used In Konkani Cuisine (Alva Paan)
Types Of Colocasia Used In Konkani Cuisine (Alva Paan)

Here are the types of colocasia that we use in Konkani cooking.

Shallow Fried Pickled Bamboos (Kirla Fry)
Shallow Fried Pickled Bamboos (Kirla Fry)

Pickled bamboos are nicely smashed and shallow fried in oil to make crispy bamboo fry. They are served as a side dish for lunch. Tastes great with curd rice.

Spicy, Rice Idlis (Sanna Khotto, Sanna Idli)
Spicy, Rice Idlis (Sanna Khotto, Sanna Idli)

Sanna khotto are a Konkani delicacy. A rice batter is ground, it is then mixed with veggies like cabbage and onions, they are then steamed in jackfruit leaves.

Fried Pumpkin Seeds (Bhajil Dudde Bee)
Fried Pumpkin Seeds (Bhajil Dudde Bee)

Pumpkin seeds are fried and had as a snack! They turn out crispy, crunchy on shallow frying and taste amazing with a distinct taste.

Pumpkin Idlis (Dudde Muddo)
Pumpkin Idlis (Dudde Muddo)

Pumpkin idlis are an age old breakfast. A traditional, healthy breakfast. It flavourful, filling and delicious when had hot with a coconut chutney.

Colocasia Leaves Gojju (Alva Panna Gojju)
Colocasia Leaves Gojju (Alva Panna Gojju)

Colocasia leaves gojju is a side dish prepared for lunch, dinner to go with rice. It's a simple, tasty, flavourful gojju. Tastes amazing when is mixed with rice

Raw Mango Gojju (Mavinakayi Rambana)
Raw Mango Gojju (Mavinakayi Rambana)

This raw mango gojju and rice is all you need to make your tummy happy. :-) It's simply delish and out of the world. Do try.

Easy Curds Side Dish For Chapathis (Dhaya Gojju)
Easy Curds Side Dish For Chapathis (Dhaya Gojju)

Need a quick side dish to go with chapathis? Are you a bachelor and need a quick, easy, side dish for chapathi. Here it is. All you need is 3 minutes!

Banana Flower Chutney, Tambli (Bondi Chutney)
Banana Flower Chutney, Tambli (Bondi Chutney)

Banana flowers are used to make yummy chutney and tambli. Makes a heavenly lunch, when it is had with a bowl of steaming hot rice and with congee.

Pumpkin Creepers And Sprouted Horse Gram In A Spicy Coconut Curry (Dudde Denta Randayi)
Pumpkin Creepers And Sprouted Horse Gram In A Spicy Coconut Curry (Dudde Denta Randayi)

This is an age old delicacy prepared using pumpkin creepers and sprouted horse gram in a spicy coconut curry.