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.
Colocasia tubers/maaddi are a favourite among Konkanis. Maaddi is used to prepare yummy phodis, by shallow frying(tava fry /rava fry) or deep frying them.
Kantola tastes yummy when salted and shallow fried with oil. With no prep you can prepare them in minutes. Makes a simple, easy to prepare side dish for lunch.
Nice, crispy, crunchy, yummy benda bajos are a yummy snack, starter. These delicious fritters are very easy to make and take very less time.
Delicious, cripsy, spicy taikile ambado are made using tender tora leaves (taikile pallo). These fritters are a monsoon special, a snack or for lunch and dinner
Here's the recipe to make yummy, spicy, teasel gourd fritters, called as phagla phodi in Konkani.
Phodis are prepared by shallow frying veggies with semolina, red chilli powder and salt. Here's a recipe to make any phodi more yummy!
Konkani style crispy, crunchy, spicy cauliflower fritters also called as Gobi-65. Prepared by deep frying cauliflower battered with spicy, ground rice batter.
Tender lady's fingers are tossed in oil, sprinkled with some salt and red chilli powder when they get a little crispy to make a yummy appetizer.
Yummy, deep fried, spicy bread fruit fritters called as jeev kadgi phodi in Konkani.