Kotte kadubu recipe How to make idli in jack fruit leaves Halasina ele kadubu Kotte kadubu recipe explained with step by step pictures. Kotte kadubu is a soft idli prepared using normal idli batter and jack fruit leaves. Kotte kadubu or halasina ele kadubu is a traditional breakfast recipe. Kotte kadubu is prepared using rice and urad dal Basale sambar is prepared using malabar spinach, lentils, coconut and fresh ground masala. This is a very tasty sambar recipe prepared using basale soppu or malabar spinach leaves

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Succulent pieces of chicken cooked in finely ground fresh coconut with spices. Serve with Neer Dosa or Nool puttu. With step by step pictures.

I have spent a good time of my life in Bangalore but cannot talk for 2 minutes in Kannada. I really want to be able to talk the language but I am so so bad at it.

My maid Rani is from here and talks Kannada and we had an agreement in the beginning that I will talk to her in Kannada only so I will be able to pick up the language. Rani has stayed with me for a long time now and she now speaks very good Tamil. You now know who learnt from whom.

She says I am the worst Kannada speaker ever and has asked me a lot of times to give up on my idea of me talking in Kannada. I have not given up yet. But I feel a little better and hopeful when I cook Karnataka dishes. At least I started somewhere. It brings a little bit of real Karnataka to my home. This curry is from the coastal region of Mangalore. Its a coconut and red chilli based curry that is so delicious.

Its the only South Indian restaurant in the world to have a Michelin star. In a few months people started complaining and I had to put it back on the menu. In the mature gourmet market, people come back to the same dish in a restaurant. I am sure you will come back for more. Come with me. Lets ride the gravy train. There is one ingredient that is important for the fiery orange color and the flavor of Kori Gassi.

Its the Karnataka Byadagi chillies. The chilli is long and wrinkled and deeply red. Its not very hot but imparts a dark color and aroma. Its not a very spicy variety of chilli. So if you can get Byadagi chillies, its good.

Else you can use Kashmiri chillies. Heat coconut oil in a pan and saute shallots small onions and garlic for minutes on medium flame until the shallots are pink and soft.

Remove from pan and set aside. Add in the Byadagi chillies in the same pan and roast for 30 seconds. I added 5 chillies. This variety of chilli is not hot. So add up to 12 chillies if you want a spicy curry.

I added less as my little son loves coconut milk based curries and I want to see him enjoying the food rather than running for water. I am working on his spice levels one chilli at a time. So add chillies according to your taste. Once the chilli is roasted, set aside. Roast for a minute until fragrant.

Set aside to cool. This is a very silky curry. So you want to make sure that the masala paste is ground to a very smooth texture. Set aside. Take a pressure pan and add in the chicken pieces.

Add in the rock salt, the ground masala paste and the turmeric. Soak tamarind in hot water for 5 minutes and squeeze between your fingers to make tamarind pulp. Discard the seeds and hard bits from the pulp. Add in the tamarind pulp and the second pressed coconut milk. Here is my recipe for homemade coconut milk. Mix everything well to combine. Cover the pan with a lid and cook for 5 whistles, approximately 10 minutes on low medium flame. Once all the whistles are done, switch off the flame and wait for the pressure in the cooker to release naturally.

Now lets do the tempering. Heat ghee in a small pan and add in the cinnamon, cloves and the curry leaves. Let the curry leaves splutter. Add it to the curry. Check for seasoning. Add salt if necessary. In the mean time make a corn starch slurry with 2 tablespoon of corn flour and half a cup of water.

This will instantly thicken the curry and give a very luscious texture to the gravy. This is optional. But I really like to do this procedure as its worth it. Stir well and let the curry thicken up. It will take a minute. Add in the first pressed coconut milk and switch off the flame. Do not cook for long after adding the first pressed coconut milk.

Homemade Kori Gassi — Mangalorean style chicken curry is ready. Its traditionally served with Kori Rotti or Neer Dosa. But it goes well with Aapam , Idiyappam and Idli.


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