Watermelon Dosa (Kalingana Polo)
Watermelon Dosa (Kalingana Polo)

With 10 minutes of prep make a carefree breakfast of super soft, fluffy, delicious watermelon dosas. Enjoy sweet or savoury dosas with ghee or butter.

Ash gourds in a spicy, sweet coconut gravy (Kuvale Puli, Puli Koddel)
Ash gourds in a spicy, sweet coconut gravy (Kuvale Puli, Puli Koddel)

Kuvale puli or puli koddel is a Konkani delicacy. A coconut based curry that is sweet, spicy, sour and full of flavour with juicy ash gourds that are yum!

Ash Gourd Curry (Kuvale Sasam)
Ash Gourd Curry (Kuvale Sasam)

Kuvale means ash gourd in konkani and sasam means mustard seeds. Ash gourd is cooked in a coconut based masala and the masala contains mustard seeds.

 Eggplant/Brinjal Bhajji (Gulla Bajji/gojju)
Eggplant/Brinjal Bhajji (Gulla Bajji/gojju)

Roasted eggplant is a great accompaniment with rice/pyaj, prepared using matti gulla, a special type of eggplant/aubergine/brinjal found in udupi/mangalore.

Vegetables in coconut milk (Valval)
Vegetables in coconut milk (Valval)

Valval is a very popular Konkani dish made of coconut milk and lots of vegetables, with a flavourful cumin seasoning. A mild, delicious curry to go with rice.

Chinese Potato Stir Fry (Kooka Upakari)
Chinese Potato Stir Fry (Kooka Upakari)

Chinese potato stir fry (Kooka Upakari) is a Konkani favourite. A simple but great side dish.

Chinese Potato Curry (Kooka Randay)
Chinese Potato Curry (Kooka Randay)

Chinese potatoes are a favourite among Konkanis. We prepare yummy curries and dishes from Chinese potatoes. They are called as kook in Konkani.

Gooseberry/Amla Saru (Avale Toy/Saru, Nellikayi Saar)
Gooseberry/Amla Saru (Avale Toy/Saru, Nellikayi Saar)

A healthy, delicious saru prepared using pickled gooseberry. A very simple, easy to do recipe that requires very few ingredients and gets ready in no time.

Malabar Spinach In Spicy, Tangy Coconut Chutney And Curds Gravy (Vali Mosuru Bajji)
Malabar Spinach In Spicy, Tangy Coconut Chutney And Curds Gravy (Vali Mosuru Bajji)

Malabar spinach is cooked & is mixed with curds & a spicy coconut chutney. It is a very nutritious side dish to go with rice & makes a comforting meal.

Malabar Spinach In Coconut Chutney (Vali Sasam)
Malabar Spinach In Coconut Chutney (Vali Sasam)

Malabar spinach in coconut chutney is called as vali sasam in Konkani. A very nutritious accompaniment to go with rice. Side dish that makes a comforting meal.