This is a very famous dish authentic to the Konkan coast. The aroma that comes from the roasted spices from this dish will perfume your dinner table. Although it has a lot of spices it is not spicy or hot. It is generally eaten on a festive occasion. It is best with plain white rice.
This world renowned dish is the best example of the Portuguese influence in Goa. The name itself in Portuguese is called "Vinho de alho" which literally means "wine of garlic" although traditionally made with pork it is now prepared with chicken, lamb and even shrimp.
This is a dry curry/subji and can be taken with rice or chapati or any bread. We can even use this for sandwich or chapati roll...
Kori Rotti is a Mangalorean speciality. Kori means chicken, and rottis, in this case, are not the traditional chapattis or rotis. They are a special kind of bread, which are made of rice paste and then dried, so quite hard and crispy and are made into sheets that are then broken into pieces. These rottis, when soaked by the chicken curry, absorb it and turn quite soft. A real taste and texture sensation!