Karnataka Recipes

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  1. rekhas

    rekhas Senior IL'ite

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    Hello Chitra,

    Thank you so much for your timely response. I have eaten it a couple of times before. I can't wait to try it. I am sure it is gonna turn out good.

    I came across your post right now. I was at the temple for the Sani Peyarchi yesterday and got busy with kids.

    regards,
    Rekha
     
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    Re: Good thread


    yes i agree with you rajni
     
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    Mangalore, udupi and sirsi recipes

    HI

    i have been searching recipes for traditional mangalorean or udupi veg and non veg recipes especially mussels or shellfish recipes and some nice sirsi recipes as i am from sirsi but studied in udupi so please if anybody has recipes share it with me i will be grateful
    bye
    Priya
     
  4. Kamla

    Kamla IL Hall of Fame

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    Re: Mangalore, udupi and sirsi recipes

    Dear Priyamadhu,

    I hope you will get a lot of fbs for this post! Because, even I would like to learn the cuisine of Mangalore and Udipi. After all, they are very yummy and tasty and most of the restaurants in Karnataka at least are run by people of that region.

    L, Kamla
     
  5. Chitvish

    Chitvish Moderator IL Hall of Fame

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    Re: Mangalore, udupi and sirsi recipes

    Dear Priya & Kamla,
    I am making a beginning, by posting
    Sihi Palya
    I learnt from my friend. She comes from Udupi.
    She makes special Saru powder, which, I can post on request. I substituted Rasam powder.
    I am posting the same in the name of
    Bittergourd Palya in my shakambari thread, for easy identification.

    Sihi Palya(Bittergourd sabji) - a recipe from Udupi

    This is a spicy half-dry sabji & goes with rice and chappathis.

    Slit bittergourd vertically & cut into thin slices.

    Vegetable - 2 cups

    Rasam powder - 2-3 tsp

    Tamarind paste - 1 tbsp

    Salt, haldi

    To temper:

    Oil - 1 tbsp

    Mustard seeds - 1 tsp

    Red chillies - 2,3

    Curry leaves - few

    Hing - ¼ tsp

    In a kadai, temper as given.

    Finally add the vegetable & sauté on a low flame for 10 mts (this is to make it less bitter).

    Now add tamarind paste, rasam powder, salt & haldi.

    Add just enough water to cook the vegetable soft.

    This is a semi-dry dish.

    Goes with rice & ghee as well as with chappathis.

    Love,
    Chithra.
     

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  6. Kamla

    Kamla IL Hall of Fame

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    Re: Mangalore, udupi and sirsi recipes

    Wah Chitvish,

    Must give it to you!! Of course, you will have recipes from Udupi too :))
    I will surely try this one out. The picture looks akin to a pickle.
    Do post the saru powder recipe. It might add to the authentic touch.

    A Huuuuge Thanks!

    L, Kamla
     
  7. Chitvish

    Chitvish Moderator IL Hall of Fame

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    Re: Mangalore, udupi and sirsi recipes

    Dear Friends,
    Please go to

    Karnataka Recipes

    I plan to post some more in Ask Chitvish.
    Love,
    Chithra.
     
  8. Vidya24

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    Re: Mangalore, udupi and sirsi recipes

    Hi Priya,

    My sis in law makes a gravy called racecurry with raw banana. It is supposed to be from Mangalore. Will call her today and ask for the recipe. It can be mixed with rice.
     
  9. Vidya24

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    Hello Padma,

    Good to see this Maddurvade recipe. I have been searching for one. When possible, can you post recipes of typical Bangalore Bisibela bath and vangi bath? I am really looking for authentic recipes of these two. Thanks.

    regards
    Vidya
     
  10. Induslady

    Induslady Administrator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    Hey Vidya,

    Not sure if you stepped on this index for this Karnataka Recipes thread. Prathi had long back given the recipes for Bisibelabath & Vangibath that you are looking for. I presume they will be tasting authentic knowing Prathi is from Bangalore too.

    BTW, do not miss to check out Chitvish's version of the above recipes. She too has got recipes for a few Karnataka Dishes in her forum.

    Also, here is the version to Krishnaamma's versions of - Bisibela Bath : 1 2 3

    I have tried both Krishnaamma's & Chitvish's version and now Bisibela Bath has become an all-time favorite at home.

    Happy Cooking!

    Malathy
     

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