Make yummy mushroom masala that's sweet, spicy and tangy all in one bite! The ground cashews take this dish to a whole new level, adds richness to this dish.
Crunchy, crispy shallow fried yam dices in a spicy coconut chutney is called surna koot in Konkani. A Konkani delicacy, a great side dish to go with rice.
Soya chunks in a flavourful green masala with the aroma of garlic and ginger, tanginess from lots of lemon juice with spiciness from green chillies. Yum!
An Indian style mushroom stir fry recipe to go with Indian flatbreads. Quick and easy to make. Highly nutritious, high in proteins and antioxidants.
Kadge Chakko is a very popular konkani dish, a spicy, dry side dish. A dry sukka called chakko is prepared from tender, raw jackfruit.
Pathrado is a very popular Konkani dish. Pathrado is usually prepared using colocasia leaves.
Raw mango is cooked, smashed well and seasoned to make yummy, tangy, spicy, flavourful ambule gojju. Makes a great lunch, when had with rice.
Spicy, sweet, tangy side dish prepared using freshly dried tamarind is called as chinchamba koot in konkani. It's finger licking good! Treat to your taste buds!
Udupi Brinjal or Matti Gulla are used to prepare sagle. A spicy, sweet coconut masala is stuffed into tiny brinjals and cooked. A great side dish with rice.