Muga gashi is prepared using sprouted green gram & 1 other vegetable. It can be bamboo shoots (fresh or pickled), potatoes, yam, breadfruit or Chinese potatoes.
Yummy, crispy, spicy cauliflower fritters!! Perfect tea time snacks. An easy, quick recipe to prepare amazing cauliflower fritters is here.
A flavourful, spicy, simple rice dish prepared from broken rice grains, has a flavourful seasoning, aroma and taste of fresh coconut, cumin and ginger in it.
A soup like gravy is called saar/saru in Konkani. This chickpeas saru is a very flavourful saar that makes a scrumptious meal when eaten with a bowl of hot rice
Ripe Banana Fritters (Nendra Kele Phodi) are sweet and spicy. A very popular Konkani side dish and tea time snack.
This Indian chaat, tikki puris is a street food that's tangy, spicy, sweet and can be served as canapes that kids and elders will love equally.
Konkani style, cabbage onion fritters that are crispy, spicy and yum! Cabbage ambado is a perfect tea time snack, a starter or a side dish for lunch, dinner.
A lip smacking dessert prepared by cooking long grained aromatic basmati rice in milk, cardamom and saffron strands. Condensed milk adds extra taste!
Kadgi ghashi is raw jackfruit in a spicy coconut curry. It is a curry for special occasions, festivals during summer. A very popular konkani dish.
Batate upakari means potato stir fry. If you love poatoes you'll love this stir fry. An easy to prepare side dish that gets ready in no time.