An all time favourite of konkani's is ambe upakari. This thick mango curry is spicy, sweet, sour at the same time! It is to die for! Slurp! Slurp!
Jeere meere khadi is cumin, pepper coconut gravy with sour buttermilk/yoghurt. This khadi is tangy, spicy with a nice, flavourful garlic sesoning.
Ambat is a classic konkani dish, one of the comfort foods for most konkanas. Toor daal gives a thick base to the coconut gravy.
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 very easy, simple sambar recipe, perfect for beginners. The simplest, easiest sambar you can make using sambar powder.
A coconut based cowpeas (black-eyed peas) curry, with heavenly garlic seasoning is called bagde kodel in konkani.
Soupy, watery gravy of cowpeas/black eyed peas. It's called bagde saaru in Konkani. It's delicious, simple & easy to make. Rice & this saaru is all you need.
Powdered pepper and cumin are fried in ghee, added to soupy gravy of split yellow lentils. It is called jeere meere saar is konkani and is dalithoy with a twist
Potato and peas in a thick coconut based gravy called gashi with caramelised onions that taste and smell heavenly is a authentic konkani curry.
Dalithoy is the KING of Konkani cuisine. Dalithoy is the most basic and most loved dish of Konkani cuisine. Konkani's just cannot live without this daal.