Moogadali usli and phovu are a classic Konkani breakfast. It's a stir fry of split moong bean served with spicy, sweet, seasoned beaten rice.
Colocasia tubers called as kaale alva maddi make yummy fritters when shallow fried or deep fried. These are called maddi phodi and are a Konkani favourite.
Drumstick leaves and flowers are added to spicy, rice, lentil batter to make tiny dosas called sanna polo in Konkani. A great side dish for lunch, dinner.
Tender hog plums make yummy pickles. Here's a quick recipe to make yummy hog plum pickle at home. This is one type of pickle, that's dry.
Tandla vado are rice fritters, they are crispy, crunchy and a savoury snack. A few days before any Konkani wedding these vadas are made as part of the rituals.
Seasoned, steamed rice dumplings are called undi/oondi in Konkani. They are a popular Mangalore - Udupi breakfast. They are also called pundi gatti in Tulu.
A Konkani monsoon delicacy - thunder mushrooms called as gud gud alamba in Konkani, in a spicy gravy. This side dish is to die for and amazingly yum.
A Konkani monsoon delicacy - thunder mushrooms called as gud gud alamba in Konkani, in a spicy, coconut curry. It is to die for and amazingly yum.
Our ancestors didn't have instant badam drink powders etc, they then ground badam with jaggery and cardamom to make a delicious drink!
You can make yummy coconut based curry using raw mangoes!! The curry turns out to be tangy, spicy and yum! Here's the recipe for you.