Chutney is a must be it with dosa or idli or any snack. Here is a variety of coconut chutney that we konkanis prepare to go with dosas and idlis.
A very tasty dosa prepared with Mangalore cucumber makes a very yummy breakfast. This dosa is eaten with lots of butter on top with coconut, asafoetida chutney.
Surnali is a sweet dosa, eaten with loads of ghee and sugar on top. Rice, fenugreek sweet pancakes are called as surnali/godu polo in Konkani.
Charbure upakari or mundakki upkari is a very much loved street food of Udupi, Mangalore region. It is sold at small stalls by the road side vendors.
Jeere meere khadi is cumin, pepper coconut gravy with sour buttermilk/yoghurt. This khadi is tangy, spicy with a nice, flavourful garlic sesoning.
Cabbage stir fry the traditional konkani style. Called as cabbage upakari in konkani. A side dish to complete a meal.
Ambat is a classic konkani dish, one of the comfort foods for most konkanas. Toor daal gives a thick base to the coconut gravy.
This smoothie with sapotas is made with real fruit without any preservatives, is healthy and nourishing, can be made in 3 minutes and best of all is ice cold.
Ambat is a classic konkani dish, wherein cooked toor daal gives a thick base to the coconut gravy. One of the comfort foods for most konkanas.
Here's a quick, easy recipe for breakfast that gets ready in 15 minutes. A recipe that's perfect for your kids breakfast and tea time snacks.