Stuffed Rice Roti: This is purely a home made dish prepared with rice flour interior and maida outer layer. It is similar to a stuffed paratha, but we use rice flour for stuffing instead of veggies. Maida forms the outer cover. It's a very tasty dish ideal for breakfast or dinner. A dish strongly recommended for diet conscious people as it requires very little oil.
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Though there are a thousand varieties of rasam, this particular type seems to please our taste buds with mild energising flavour. This famous dish is from Mysore, often prepared during great feast at the palace to serve the Kings and Queens (general myth). Well not anymore… it can be made in your own kitchen with ease and don't really have to be kings and queens to get a taste of this royal rasam.
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Bisi Bele Bath is an authentic and by far the most distinctive dish of Karnataka which is prepared with a unique combination of Rice,lentil(dhal),assorted veggies and other ground spices.It is very similar to 'Sambar Sadham' of Tamil Nadu except that, it has his own distinct flavour.Ideal to have this dish for lunch.
There are different ways of preparing this dish.Here is one way of preparation from my end.
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Famous sweet dish from Karnataka, made with Gram Flour (Chickpea Flour / Kadhalai Maavu / Besan) and sugar, mixed with generous amount of ghee, to make it, the most craved dessert item of South India. Quality ingredients, measures and method are very important to prepare this, every step counts, light change in any of the above might end up turning into a thick stone. Actually there are 2 different versions, the soft way (like the famous Sri Krishna Sweets Mysore Pak) and the crumb-lee version (slightly thick with crumblier texture on the top, like how, street side sweet walas make). Here, I've attempted typical home style soft version, though, not great looking, turned out with a decent taste and texture.
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Upkari is a term used for any stir fry dishes in Konkani. This dish would be primarily made with any one veggie with the combination of potatoes. Here I've made an attempt to combine cabbage with potatoes, lightly tempered, well seasoned with soft channa dal and garnished with fresh grated coconut. . . . → Read More: Cabbage Upkari
Bisi Bele Bhath is the signature dish of Karnatak. A one dish meal easy to cook, very filling, and nutritious.
|Rice – 1 cup
Red gram(Thuvaraparippu) – 3/4 cup
Onions(peeled) – 1 cup
Potatoes(diced) – 1 cup
Peas – 3/4 cup
Tomatoes(Large) – 2 nos
Tamarind juice – 2 tbsp
Salt – As reqd
Ghee – 3 tbsp
Oil – 4 tbsp
Bisibele bhath masala powder-2 tsp
Turmeric powder – 1/2 tsp
Chilly powder – As reqd
Chopped coriander leaves
Fresh grated coconut
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Easy to do and tasty too.
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Special blend of spices to make Eggplant rice, a popular dish from Karnataka.
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