Ripe Mangoes In Coconut Curry (Ambe Gashi)
Ripe Mangoes In Coconut Curry (Ambe Gashi)

This coconut based, spicy-sweet, mango curry was my grandpa's favourite. He just loved this delicious curry with rice for lunch & dinner.

Potato Curry (Batate Gashi)
Potato Curry (Batate Gashi)

Love potatoes? Love potato curries? Then you gotta try this Konkani cuisines famous potato curry, batate gashi.

Green Gram Saaru (Muga saaru)
Green Gram Saaru (Muga saaru)

And easy to make, delicious green gram saaru. Makes a heavenly lunch with a bowl of steaming hot rice.

Split Mung Bean/Moong Dal Rasam (Mugadali Saaru)
Split Mung Bean/Moong Dal Rasam (Mugadali Saaru)

A very easy, quick, scrumptious split mung bean stew with steaming hot rice makes a delightful dinner. It's hearty and comforting.

Easy Tomato Rasam (Tomato Saaru)
Easy Tomato Rasam (Tomato Saaru)

An easy, peesy tomato rasam recipe for bachelors. Minimal ingredients, minimal effort, delicious tomato saaru.

Kokum Kadhi, Solkadhi (Birinda Salla Kadhi)
Kokum Kadhi, Solkadhi (Birinda Salla Kadhi)

Solkadi is a refreshing and cooling Konkan drink with coconut milk as the base and tanginess from kokum.

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 Curry (Avale Khadi)
Gooseberry Curry (Avale Khadi)

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

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.

Thunder Mushrooms In A Coconut Curry (Gud Gud Alambe Ambat/Randayi)
Thunder Mushrooms In A Coconut Curry (Gud Gud Alambe Ambat/Randayi)

A Konkani monsoon delicacy - thunder mushrooms called as gud gud alamba in Konkani, in a spicy, coconut curry. It is to die for and amazingly yum.