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Mangalorean Recipes

mangalorean chicken curry

Mangalorean Chicken Curry

Mangalorean chicken curry – special dish of the Bunt community. Kori Gassi or Mangalore chicken curry with coconut goes well pundi, rotti, neer dosa & rice.

neer dosa recipe

Neer Dosa Recipe

Learn how to make Neer dosa recipe with chicken curry, a Mangalore style speciality. Easy South Indian breakfast dish prepared with rice & coconut.

mangalorean egg curry

Mangalorean Egg Curry

Mangalorean egg curry recipe is made with boiled eggs, coconut & red chilis. One of the authentic & best dishes with egg in Mangalore food recipes category.

udupi tomato rasam

Udupi Tomato Rasam

Udupi tomato rasam is my favorite rasam and a delight during the winter months. Tomato saaru recipe is a classic among authentic Udupi vegetarian recipes.



Chiroti recipe – one the best Indian sweets recipes made for weddings & festivals. A fried flaky pastry topped with powdered sugar or dipped in sugar syrup.

chicken ghee roast

Chicken Ghee Roast

There are quite a few chicken dishes among Mangalore recipes. But a culinary gem among them all is the Chicken Ghee Roast. Goes well with ghee rice.


Indian Food Trail ~ Mangalorean Catholic Cuisine

Shireen concludes her journey on the Indian Food Trail with an article on Mangalorean Catholic Cuisine and shares Mangalore food recipes like Fish Cutlets.

mangalore sweet recipe

Indian Food Trail ~ Mangalorean Cuisine (Part 2)

Shireen continues her journey on the Indian Food Trail with Mangalorean recipes like Holige and how they make the most of nature’s bounty in their cuisine.

mangalore food recipe

Indian Food Trail ~ Mangalorean Cuisine (Part 1)

Indian food trail (second edition) kick starts with Mangalore food culture. Shireen shares her insight into Mangalorean cuisine and a few Mangalore recipes.


Exploring Udupi Mangalorean Street Foods – by Sia of Monsoon Spice

The Indian Food Trail series kickstarts 2009 with a wonderful article by Supriya aka Sia of Monsoon Spice. A passionate foodie who blogs about the cuisine from her home state Karnataka with a focus on Udupi Mangalore region, Supriya’s blog is a foodie’s paradise. Do check out some great appetizer recipes as well as various […]