Pathrado are spicy pinwheels prepared using colocasia leaves. Left over pathrade are stir fried with a flavourful seasoning, jaggery and coconut.
Banana halwa is amazingly yummy, soft and delicious. Banana halwa is also super easy to make. Trust me. It shouldn't take you more than 35 minutes to make.
Patrado is a very popular konkani dish prepared using colocasia leaves. Left over patrados are cooked in a spicy coconut curry called as gashi.
A flavourful, simple, healthy stir fry of basella/Malabar spinach. Called as vali upakari in Konkani which is served as a side dish in Konkani cuisine.
A coconut based spicy side dish prepared using malabar spinach (vali sukke in Konkani) is paired with dalithoy & a bowl of steaming hot rice. Comfort food!!
A quick, simple, easy to prepare dessert called as halwa from bottle gourd. Bottle gourd are called as gardudde in konkani.
Tambli, a type of yoghurt and coconut based curry can be prepared using numerous spices and greens.
All kinds of vegetables are put together in a spicy, thick coconut curry and it is then seasoned. Served as accompaniment with kheeri and a must for festivals.
My mom's dates payasam is super delicious, super creamy, super rich and the best in the world! Here's the recipe to her mouth watering, amazingly yummy payasum.
Muga gashi is prepared using sprouted green gram & 1 other vegetable. It can be bamboo shoots (fresh or pickled), potatoes, yam, breadfruit or Chinese potatoes.