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Krishna janmastami day cooking & dishes.
ays to chop raw bananas to pan fry or deep fry them, to make kele phodi.
Sooooo so yummm these are, they're spicy from the outside batter, sweet on the inside from sweet potato, crunchy on the outside, soft on the inside.
It's sweet, spicy & tangy. Sweetness from onions used, spice from dried red chillies, tanginess from ivy gourds & tamarind used. Seasoning adds lots of flavour.
Here's a recipe to make awesome bajos. Crispy, crunchy, spicy & delicious. Bajos are spicy fritters made by deep frying veggies coated in a spicy batter.
Nutritious raw bananas can be made deliciousss by simplying pan frying them with salt & oil. They're called kele phodi in Konkani.
Mom makes this easy peasy side dish without much hassel using Basella that tastes delicious & is also quick to make. Here's its recipe.
A powder used to coat veggies with to pan fry them. Makes any veggie taste awesome.
Here's how to make seemebadnekai rava fry. Simple, easy to make, delicious pan fried chayote squash makes a nice appetizer/side dish. Seemethoushe phodi.
A simple, healthy stir fry of chayote. Chow chow/seemebadnekai palya recipe for you for everyday cooking. A good source of Vitamin C.
Beautifully cooked raw bananas that are crispy on the outside, soft & delicious on the inside. Spicy pan fried bananas can be an amazing side dish or starter.
Pathrode are colocasia leaves pinwheels, the king of Konkani cuisine. They are cooked in many ways - steamed, pan fried, deep fried to make delicious pathrado.
Spicy, crispy, delicious, bitter gourd fritters. Easy to make & make an amazing starter, side for lunch, dinner. Karathe bajo in Konkani.
Steps to chop & prep raw and ripe jackfruits.
Crispy, crunchy, spicy fritters made using drumstick leaves. Delicious fritters to be served as a starter for lunch, dinner or as a side.
This coconut based, spicy-sweet, mango curry was my grandpa's favourite. He just loved this delicious curry with rice for lunch & dinner.
Crispy, crunchy, spicy and delicious bamboo shoot fritters prepared using pickled bamboo shoots. Serve it as a starter or as a side dish for lunch, dinner.
2 spicy side dishes for a delicious meal: maddi koot - a coconut based side dish. Maddi tambut/adgai, a Konkani style spicy pickle. Enjoy them with rice, congee
Pickled raw jackfruits are made into a Konkani delicacies. A stir fry called as salla upakari in Konkani is also prepared using pickled raw jackfruits.
I never knew making plantain chips was so easy. They turned out so crispy, crunchy and yum that I promised myself I wouldn't buy a packet of banana chips now on
A spicy Konkani side dish made using colocasia tubers. It’s called gona or kale alva maddi sukke in Konkani and is delicious!
When bitter gourds are pan fried & deep fried they taste amazing. You won’t even know it’s bitter gourd, it tastes that good! Crispy bitter gourd recipe is here
Pan fried veggies are called phodis in Konkani. Phodis are easy and quick to prepare and form an important part of any Konkani meal.
Here's how to use fresh bamboo and pickle fresh bamboo for year long's use.
Here are the types of colocasia that we use in Konkani cooking.
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.
Sweet jackfruit fritters called as ponsa mulik in Konkani, are made using ripe jackfruits. They are crisp on the outside and soft on the inside. A yum snack!
Konkani style yummy, spicy, crispy, crunchy, drumstick fritters. Called as mashinga sanga bajo in Konkani. They make a delicious starter for lunch, dinner.
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.
Recipe to make a delicious bamboo shoot curry, called as kirla randayi in Konkani. Bamboo shoots are a Konkani cuisine favourite.
Yummy, deep fried, spicy potato dumplings are called as batate ambade in Kannada & Konkani. A perfect tea time snack for a rainy or a sunny day.
India's favourite street food pakora's, bhajias, bajji-bonda. The basic, simple recipe to make some pakodas quick and easily at home.
Raw jackfruit curry called as kadge randayi/kadge gashi in konkani and is a very popular konkani dish. Kadgi ghashi is raw jackfruit in a spicy coconut curry.
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.
Roasted eggplant is a great accompaniment with rice/pyaj, prepared using matti gulla, a special type of eggplant/aubergine/brinjal found in udupi/mangalore.
Yummy, crispy, spicy cauliflower fritters!! Perfect tea time snacks. An easy, quick recipe to prepare amazing cauliflower fritters is here.
Ripe Banana Fritters (Nendra Kele Phodi) are sweet and spicy. A very popular Konkani side dish and tea time snack.
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.
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.
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.
Tender bamboo shoots are a favourite among Konkani's. Keerla chakko/sukke is a dry, spicy coconut based side dish prepared with tender bamboo shoots.
Nice, crispy, crunchy, yummy benda bajos are a yummy snack, starter. These delicious fritters are very easy to make and take very less time.
Kosambri with teasel gourd (phagil) is prepared by shallow frying teasel gourd and mixing it with a dry coconut, red chilli masala. A great side dish for lunch.
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.
Kadge Chakko is a very popular konkani dish, a spicy, dry side dish. A dry sukka called chakko is prepared from tender, raw jackfruit.
Pathrado is a very popular Konkani dish. Pathrado is usually prepared using colocasia leaves.
Yummy, deep fried, spicy bread fruit fritters called as jeev kadgi phodi in Konkani.
Udupi Brinjal or Matti Gulla are used to prepare sagle. A spicy, sweet coconut masala is stuffed into tiny brinjals and cooked. A great side dish with rice.