25 Best Karnataka (Kannada) Recipes
Bisi bele bath recipe is most Authentic Traditional kannada dish its very spicy and tasty.Do it your home for festival time.
A delicacy made out of rice, unique to the region of dakshin kannada and udipi district. The word ‘neer’ means water. The dish is called so because the batter is watery.
Ragi is known as finger millet in English and Kezhvaragu in Tamil. It is rich in calcium, protein, iron and is also a good source of fiber. It is good for diabetic patients.
Akki roti is made with rice flour and is an everyday food from karnataka cuisine. It is served with a chutney either for breakfast or lunch.
All you need for this delicious rava kesari recipe is some semolina, saffron, cashew nuts and sugar and you’re good to go!
Ragi chakli is a popular snack in Southern part of Karnataka. A healthy evening snack that can be munched with a cup of hot tea or coffee.
Vangi Bhath recipe or brinjal rice recipe, a simple spiced South Indian rice recipe with vangi or eggplant. The spice powder is made fresh, delicious!
It is a traditional breakfast of karnataka.It is generally prepared for breakfast and festivals like varamahalakshmi.It is good lunch box item for school children.
Mysore bondas are fried dumplings made with flour, yogurt and spices. They are crispy outside and fluffy inside. They make a delightful treat for any party or snack for tea time.
Chicken pakoras are the not so traditional snack item we love to hog when no one is looking. It is a slightly spruced up variation of your normal vegetable pakoras but with the added benefit of chicken.
Kasi halwa or Poosanikai halwa is an easy halwa recipe made with white pumpkin, sugar and ghee as main ingredients. Very simple recipe with simple ingredients.
Pineapple Gojju Recipe is a sweet and spicy, tangy curry made using pineapples, typical to Kranataka. It is a festive dish and served during weddings and other celebrations when a traditional meal is served on a banana lead. It is rich in flavour, thanks to the pineapple and freshly ground spices that are used. It is best served with hot Steamed Rice, but can also be served with Chapatis.
chiroti sweet recipe is a traditional Karnataka sweet that is prepared on special occasions and religious festivals.
Ragi or finger millet is a staple grain in our parts of Karnataka. They are often used to make malt, ladoo, dosa and healthy biscuit. Learn how to cook Ragi Rotti in this recipe.
Rava vada is one of the best to try out this morning for breakfast. Here is how to make this delicious vegetarian healthy recipe.
Milagai Bajji Recipe is one of the popular tea time snack in many parts of Southern India . It is a perfect tea time chaat .
Daintily sweet, semi spiced, tangy and a tasty sambar made with pigeon pea lentils and mixed vegetables.
Mirchi Vada or Mirch Bada are also commonly known as Mirchi Bhajiya or Mirchi Bhaja. The snack hails from Rajasthan and is a popular teatime grub.
Maavilakku is made during occasions like aadi velli,purattasi sani, karthigai deepam, etc. The dish is actually an edible lamp made of fresh ground rice flour, oil, and jaggery. Once offered and worshipped, the lamp is eaten as prasadam. Needless to say, it is truly a unique kind of recipe.
Pongal is the most simplest and easiest breakfast recipe. Making pongal at home is a breeze. It has just 2 steps. Cook rice and dal and then do the seasoning. Today we will learn the Tamil style of preparing khara pongal recipe.
Paneer Pasanda is delectable and very exotic dish made with fried paneer pieces stuffed with dry fruits and then served in an aromatic rich creamy gravy.
Set dosa, a popular breakfast served in most fast food joints or tiffin centers in Bangalore and other parts of Karnataka is a set of soft and thick spongy dosas served together with coconut chutney and sagu.This set dosa recipe can even be used to make dosas without oil on a nonstick tawa. So get set cooking!
Rava idli recipe – Instant idli recipe made from coarse semolina, yogurt and eno fruit salt. no soaking, grinding and no fermenting process.
Poha has always been our favourite! So, start cooking with this recipe to help you out in terms of the ingredients and the required amount !
Sabudana or Sago, as it is also called, is a mushy seed like pulse that is extracted from the stem of various tropical palms (the most common one being the Metroxylon Sagu) or from tapioca roots.