A popular Konkani summer salad, with pineapple, mangoes and grapes in a coconut based gravy which is sweet, spicy and sour.
Biscuit rotti is a popular snack from Udupi, Mangalore region. Biscuit roti are crispy, sweet, spicy, puffed up puris, similar to the kachoris of North India.
This ambe gojju is hands down the simplest and the yummiest side dish you can make with mangoes! It's spicy, sweet and made out of ripe mangoes.
Goli baje is a popular tea time snack of Udupi Mangalore region. They are super light, deep fried, fritters that are crispy on the outside and soft inside.
Nothing beats some fresh raw mango pickle, made of freshly pickled raw mangoes, called as karmbi nonche in Konkani. No oil, no preservatives, easy to make!
Here’s a simple recipe for pillowy soft, yummy, shallow fried, breadfruit rava fry. Called as kadgi phodi in Konkani.
Yummy, crispy, spicy fritters made of raw jackfruits using a spicy, ground masala. Konkani's would die for these raw jackfruit fritters called as kadge phodi.
For konkanis seasoned beaten rice with seasoned semolina is a common combination for breakfast and tea time snack.
An all time konkani favourite is bibbe upakari, a stir fry made of tender cashew nuts with ivy gourd and potatoes. Customary side dish for the Ugadi festival.
Bamboo shoots called as kirlu in konkani is a favourite among konkanis. We prepare a wide variety of dishes using fresh and pickled tender bamboo shoots.