Sweet potato stir fry called as kanga upakari in Konkani is an age old tea time snack from my grandparents times. They're healthy & delish.
2 Konkani cuisine delicacies using pickled raw wild jackfruit and pickled raw mangoes. These side dishes make a delicious lunch when are served with hot rice.
Crunchy bilimbis in spicy, tangy pickles are such a pleasure to eat. Bilimbi pickle happens to be 1 of the easiest variety of pickle you can make. Try it out!
A simple egg roast for a busy weeknight dinner. Filling and wholesome, this easy recipe is perfect for bachelors. Serve this as a starter or as a side dish.
Tender raw jackfruits are used to make delicious pickles out of them. This pickle is called kadgi nonche in Konkani.
Chutney powder is very versatile. You can eat dosas, idlis, rice, curd rice, congee, chapathis & practically anything with chutney powder.
2 spicy side dishes for a delicious meal: maddi koot - a coconut based side dish. Maddi tambut/adgai, a Konkani style spicy pickle. Enjoy them with rice, congee
With the love for pathrado that we Konkanis have, we definitely don’t waste any leftovers. We shallow fry pathrode slices with oil to make them crispy & enjoy!
Pickled raw jackfruits are made into a Konkani delicacies. A stir fry called as salla upakari in Konkani is also prepared using pickled raw jackfruits.
A delicious, spicy, Konkani side dish with earthy Chinese potatoes in it, to go with rice and dalithoy.