I first tried this curry in a restaurant in Bangalore. I loved it so much that I asked all my friends if they knew anyone from Mangalore who could share the recipe with me. Finally, one of my friends came through. Below is an adaptation of her mother’s recipe. If you like peppery curries and tamarind, you are sure going to love this style of curry. Serve with steamed plain rice or with chapati.
If you are intimidated by the thought of making Rasgullas at home, breathe easy! I was too, until one day I tried it and realized I was worried for no reason all these years. They are quite easy and super quick to make. Give these a try.
This famous “all-in-one” Rajasthani combo makes a perfectly balanced meal.
This is a delicious smooth and sultry Punjabi speciality which is a little time consuming so I don't make it too often but I love it!!
This recipe for Gajar halwa uses a pressure cooker to cook the carrots. This saves a lot of time, and the end result is very delicious.
A non-vegetarian's delight, a bowl of this soup will keep you warm and cozy during the harsh winter days of Rajasthan.
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!
This North Karnataka special chutney can be eaten with joladarotti or chapati.
This is a traditional dish eaten on special occasions as a bread accompaniment to Sorpotel or Vindaloo. It looks just like the idli.
This Shahi Nawabi Biryani..has given immence pleassure of cooking this Biryani for my family n friends...this Shahi Biryani is enriched with more flavours from Nawabi kind of peoples.