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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: Sangita kamat

Sat, 10 Jun 2017 02:21:48 +0000

Yes , khatkhatem has lots of other veggies in it like arvi, sweet potatoes, corn coblets , pumpkin etc along with white peas ... And also tirphala or teppal is the main ingredient used to flavour the curry .... Usually served as an accompaniment in main course ... Tastes heavenly especially the ones that is served in temple samradhane



By: Shilpa

Wed, 05 Jun 2013 15:15:56 +0000

I use store bought garam masala powder, whichever brand I have on hand



By: tanya

Wed, 05 Jun 2013 10:26:05 +0000

when u say 'garam masala'. garam masala is such a broad term and what goes into it may vary from person to person. so can u break down the 1 tsp garam masala into individual whole spices



By: Shilpa

Thu, 30 May 2013 11:43:40 +0000

No, I don't have the book.



By: shweta

Mon, 27 May 2013 19:44:09 +0000

Hi shilpa, do u have the famous goan recipe book by Mrs. Kumudini usgaonkar called traditional taste of goa. It has some of the best saraswat food recipes.



By: Ambika Ghimire

Tue, 03 Jul 2012 03:20:59 +0000

Can you make a video for Peas Bhaji Goa Pattal bhaji or tonak? It'll help me alot.



By: Madhu

Sat, 25 Feb 2012 18:01:33 +0000

Tried out this recipe today. Considering that there are so few ingredients in it, it was surprisingly so tasty.



By: Blanche

Mon, 06 Feb 2012 22:43:48 +0000

Hi Shilpa, We always enjoy this finger licking breakfast dish when we visit our Homeland that is every three to five years.I am going to try this this weekend since the whole family gets together for breakfast and cant wait to see their reaction. For the bread i am going to use the water rolls from the Publix grocery store. Good luck.



By: Blanche

Mon, 06 Feb 2012 22:32:35 +0000

Hi Shilpa, Thanks for this finger licking receipe which we enjoy even now when we visit Homeland which is every three to five years. we enjoyed the patal baji with the local bread (water rolls) from Publix . That was one great breakfast the family really enjoyed. Dev borem Korum.



By: Suresh

Wed, 25 Jan 2012 06:50:23 +0000

I am Mangalorean & my wife is Goan & she was very happy to see this recipe which is commonly known as channay tondak. This is combined with rice vade to get a excellent taste. Recipe for vade: 2 cups of rice atta, salt as per taste, water for binding along with a little milk. Mix it together & make a dough. Keep it aside for some time (10 mins.) Note: This is not to be rolled like chapati but pressed with your palm on a butter paper or on a plastic surface. The butter paper or plastic has to be greased with a little oil before pressing the dough. After pressing then deep fry it. After frying, the appearence is like a white puri. This goes really well with tondak. There are more forms of tondak. One is alsanday tondak which is very famous in Goa (in Mangalore this grain is known as bagdo & look alike of rajma). In Goa it is commonly available in Mapusa in summer. Since we stay in Mumbai we get it in Mangalorean stores. In rainy season (shravan) on Sunday & Wednesday mushrooms (alami) are available. Tondak can also be made with this with some sliced onion. Tondak can also be made with masoor & is known as masooray tondak. My wife was saying that the recipe mentioned by Shubhada is the really traditional one as her mom used to make it without shortcuts & the taste really comes out perfect. Thanks for all your efforts in sharing our konkani recipes. Keep up the good work.