Mango rice

Mango Rice Mango rice is also called Puliyodarai, Puliyogare or Pulihora. This is mainly a south Indian dish where “Puli” means sour in most of south Indian languages. Mango can also be replaced with lemon juice or tamarind juice. This is usually served as prasad (a devotional offering made to a god, typically consisting of […]

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Baingan Masala Sabzi

Baingan Masala Sabzi| Baingan Ki Sabzi Eggplant or brinjal is called baingan in hindi. This version of Eggplant masala sabji is dry item. We can enjoy it with roti, chapathi or naan. It can be prepared instantly. There are several ways to make baigan ki sabji but this is my personal favorite method. Here we can replace […]

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Marbles | Guliyos | Manglorean Kushwar

Marbles|Guliyos|Manglorean Kushwar Guliyo or Mangalorean Kushwar is a Christmas sweet that Catholic people in Goa and Mangalore make during Christmas festival. Christmas is incomplete without these sweet marbles as they are traditional Mangalorean sweet. It has a very mild sweet taste and bit hard from outside which makes it crunchy.We can store this delicacy in […]

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