3 fun and easy mango recipes (First appeared on Yowoto.com)

3 fun and easy mango recipes (First appeared on Yowoto.com) 3 Fun & Easy Mango Recipes Before we all say goodbye to the mango season, here are a few recipes to enjoy the last few mangoes in your pantry! Janice Goveas Mangoes need not always be ripe to make yummy dishes. And, raw mangoes aren’t…

Mangalorean Crab Curry (first appeared in the iDiva.com)

Mangalorean Crab Curry (first appeared in the iDiva.com) Crabs brought out fresh from the sea are easy to make and require minimal use of spices to cook that gives maximum taste. But when you have time to spare and want to show off your amazing cooking skills, get hold of some delish crab meat, add…

Clams Sukkha (first appeared on iDiva.com)

Clams Sukkha (first appeared on iDiva.com) Seafood lovers will vouch for that fact that clams, a shell fish variety, makes for a delicious dish when seasoned with spices and herbs. A heat-y food just like chicken, clams too need to be cooked in ghee. Clams are best when bought after a full moon when they…

Dried Prawns Chutney (first appeared in iDiva.com)

Dried Prawns Chutney (first appeared in iDiva.com)   Whenever it rains, it reminds me of an interesting dish that we reserve just for the monsoons. Somehow it doesn’t taste as good in any other weather. The dish involves dried prawns and coconut, which is almost compulsory in Mangalorean cuisine. Why do we make this dish…

Kori Rotty (article that first appeared on iDiva.com)

Kori Rotty (article that first appeared on iDiva.com) In traditional Mangalorean cuisine, coconut is almost always the main ingredient and is used even more for festivals and special celebrations. Coconut gives any food a distinct coastal feel, a kind of sweetness that brings out the flavour of the region and a reminder of the sea….