These split chick peas fritters called as chattambade are spicy, crispy, crunchy, yummy and make a perfect tea time snack.
Pachadi is a very popular summer salad from costal belt. The tanginess from mangoes with the taste of asafoetida and coconut oil makes a yummy pachudi.
A tea time snack where bite sized bread pieces are tossed in some spicy flavoured onions. A quick and easy recipe to empty any leftover, stale bread.
Saffron infused cooked rice, sweetened with sugar, with loads of ghee is called kesaribath and is a popular South Indian dessert.
An easy breezy recipe for a perfect tea time snack or starter. These yummy banana potato cutlets are great for reducing acidity.
Idli upma/usli/phan is a yummy alternative to the boring idli. It is prepared by powdering the idlis with hands and seasoning it to make a yummy snack.
Baby potato fry is a simple, easy to make snack/diah made with small/baby potatoes. They are stir-fried with spices to make crispy, yummy baby potatoes.
Konkani style homemade rice noodles called as shevai in konkani, is a popular breakfast.
The white rind portion of the watermelon, the part between green skin and the red sweet part and the red not-so-sweet parts of watermelon is used to make dosas.
Kuvale puli, puli koddel is a konkani coconut based curry prepared using ash gourd that is sweet, spicy and sour.