Many seafood lovers who have tasted my mom's fanna upkari, get pleasantly surprised that this delicious curry is so simple to make and does not even contain any coconut. But it's true. My grandmother's signature recipe, which is now equally ably made by mom, does not fail. You can change the main fish per...
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When I had blogged about "Smelts", many of you asked me if it's ladyfish/muddusha/nogle/kane etc. I had
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is a word used to describe dosa in mostly GSB households. These dosas are soft and not too crispy. When you add rice to dosa batter, rice makes it crunchy. But this dosas do not have rice and hence they are soft. You can certainly make these for breakfasts or dinner but my grandmother...
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The original recipe of upkari does not include moog daal. But I added it -
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Saar Upkari is a typical broth like legume soup/curry from South Canara. For Masoor or black chana
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I found some fresh "Valpapdi" at the Indian stores. I decided to use just the simple Konkani tempering. Coconut oil is a must for the authentic flavor.
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