Yummy brinjal fritters or gulla phodi are a favourite among konkanis. They are served as a side dish/starter or as a tea time snack.
Biscuit ambado are fritters with a crispy crust and a soft inside. A perfect snack thats very versatile. Can be served in various ways. Read on!
A popular Karnataka breakfast, snack is vermicelli upma called as shavigebath in kannada. Also, called as vermicelli pulav.
Split chick pea 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.
Kesaribath or sheera is saffron infused rice, sweetened with sugar and enriched with loads of ghee. Its is a very popular south Indian dessert, breakfast.
An easy breezy recipe for a perfect tea time snack or starter. These yummy banana potato cutlets are great for reducing acidity.
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.