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Indian and Konkan authentic home-made Food Recipes passed on from mom to daughter and son for generations

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By: Sitaram P Nayak

Sat, 25 Jun 2016 13:39:59 +0000

If you skip 'asafoetida' it becomes a pure indigenous food. Incidentally this dish is a must during the Shraadhdha rites in the South of the Gangavali river. Unfortunately due to poor guidance to the GSBs there, they substitute black pepper 'meere' with chilli pepper 'meerya-saanga' / mirsanga, which was introduced from South America by the Western Colonialists. In the North of Gangavali river I was told ( over 60 years ago) that this was the ancestor's favorite dish and they wanted the ingredients kept to that of their time. in Sarasvat Temples or Mutts ( RSB, Chitrapur, GSB and others ) Asafoetida seasoning/phann is done only after the main Pooja (Aarati) is completed!

By: Shilpa

Mon, 21 Oct 2013 14:45:12 +0000

Thanks a lot Ashok kaka for kind words. So happy to see your comment here.

By: Ashok S Shabhag

Sun, 20 Oct 2013 07:49:50 +0000

Dear Shilpa, This in one of the best receipes in your outstanding blog. I was discussing in detail about this with your aayi and bappa at Kodkani. I am very proud of you . All the best to you all....ashok kaka

By: Shilpa

Fri, 04 Mar 2011 15:15:18 +0000

Here is the recipe.

By: Shweta Prabhu

Fri, 04 Mar 2011 00:32:30 +0000

Hey Shilpa, Thank u sooooo much for sharing the recipe!! BTW, I am from Aversa. N on the same day pooja happens @ Katyayani Baneshwar temple at Aversa. I miss that meal soo much!!! Vatane anni Dudde randai will be verry nice. If u have the recipe pls share:-)

By: Rajesh

Sat, 03 Apr 2010 06:17:35 +0000

Shilpakka, I meant bizarre as fantastic, out of the ordinary or extraordinary. It should have taken an year to carve on the ceiling. We took the inner road to the temple from the bus stand. Their I saw an Hanuman Idol on a katte (Platform) hence, I thought place was called so. While going back to Aversa we went by the main entrance i.e. on NH17 road. On the Arch some thing in kannada was written prifix to laxminarayana mahamaya temple. I cannot recall the first word the second was definately GOMANTAK.

By: Shilpa

Fri, 02 Apr 2010 23:12:34 +0000

Hanumatta is the name of the place where the temple is situated. Interesting to know you felt the paintings and kalash are bizaree. I have always felt it is one very beautiful and amazing temple.

By: Rajesh

Fri, 02 Apr 2010 06:39:04 +0000

Shilpakka, I visited this temple last saturday i.e. on 27th march 2010 with my AAYI. We were at the precise instance of the afternoon aarti. Why is it called Hanumatta? Is it because there is a Hanuman Murthi (Idol) to the left of the temple? The wooden carvings on the ceiling inside the sanctum and the paintings on the outside walls below the KALASH are bizarre.

By: Arti

Thu, 09 Oct 2008 00:06:15 +0000

I would highly appreciate if you could send me the full list of DEVKARYA recipes with all details ,Apuja done few days before marriage. Thanks, Arti.

By: Shraddha

Tue, 17 Jun 2008 11:36:25 +0000

Hi Shilpa..I had had this in Mahalasa devasthan, Mardol too. and i just loved it. I dint know the recipe. I tried when I came across it in your website, such an easy recipe, thanks :)