Category: Karnataka Recipes

Nucchina Unde – Steamed Tuvar Dal Dumplings from Karnataka

This recipe for Nucchina Unde or Nuchinunde was suggested to me by Roopa Belur, a friend and fellow foodie. So this is yet another reader suggested post. 🙂 Like Usha, who suggested the recipe for Kanda Kairi, Roopa and me have regular food related conversations. She is a treasure trove of traditional Kannada

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Sojjappalu - Andhra Style Halwa Stuffed Puri

Sojjappalu – Andhra Style Halwa Puri – Guest Post for Cooking with Sapana

Today I am delighted to present the recipe for Sojjappalu, a traditional recipe from Andhra Pradesh, as a guest post for Sapana Behl of Cooking with Sapana. A couple of months ago, Sapana did this wonderful guest post on Baklava Rolls for my blog. It is now my turn to do a guest post for

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Avarekalu Bisi Bele Bath – A Recipe from Karnataka

Winter means Avarekalu (Surti Papdi, Lilva Beans, or Hyacinth Bean) in plenty. In Karnataka, Avarekai is a cherished delicacy. These beans are used generously in an assortment of dishes. I made Avarekalu Bisi Bele Bath yesterday and it was quite a hit in my home. I have already posted the recipe for

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Ragi Sangati | Ragi Mudde | Ragi Kali

I am making a concentrated effort to include Ragi into my diet and so have started making Ragi Sangati regularly. Ragi is a miracle food. It is loaded with calcium, fibre, iron, and Vitamin D. As a result, it helps in weight-loss, treating anemia, strengthening the bones, reducing cholestrol, and much much more. It also

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Davangere Benne Dosa with Potato Palya and Coconut Chutney

Davangere Benne Dosa with Potato Palya and Coconut Chutney

I was quite eager to do a guest post for Vidhya of Vidhya’s Vegetarian Kitchen. A few months ago, Vidhya did this wonderful guest post that was about one of my “favouritest” things on earth; Javvarisi Vadagam / Javakki Sandige / Saggubiyyam Vadiyalu or Sabudana Papad. I can eat Vadiyalu

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Kodubale – A Spicy Crunchy Munchy from Karnataka

Kodubale is a spicy crispy rice murukku from Karnataka. I super delighted to have made this snack which is a spicier version of my favourite Chegodilu from my home state of Andhra Pradesh. This recipe was suggested to make by my friend Aparna Sitaraman who has taken it upon herself to

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