Easy Chicken Curry | Kori Rotti | Delicious Sweet Aroma

Chicken Curry – Easy Recipe

Curry is the pinnacle dish of South Asian meals goes-with-everything and a great accompaniment with bread, rice pancakes or rice. This Chicken Curry recipe is a basic recipe that is made easy where even a newbie can try and can never go wrong. In Mangalorean cuisine we call this dish as Kori Rotti, Kori – Chicken […]

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Soup of Mutton | Delicious Sweet Aroma

Soup of Mutton Bone-Marrow

Bone-Marrow is considered a delicacy in many countries with India being one of them. We in Mangalore prepare variety of mutton dishes with bone marrow in them. Not everyone accepts the taste of the bone marrow flesh but, I suggest you taste it once. Eating with hands is the best way to enjoy the bone marrow. […]

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Egg puffs | Easy recipe by Delicious Sweet Aroma

Egg Puffs

On the occasion of Easter weekend, I baked Egg Puffs wondering if something similar like these that are made in bakeries can be re-created at home. I never thought Egg puffs were this easy to be made at home, especially when you feel confounded by making a dough and your not too sure if the pastry would turn out […]

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Clay-pot Recipe, Kadgi Sukhi (Mangalorean food)

Raw Jackfruit Dry / Kadgi Sukhi in Clay Pot

Clay-pot recipes are one my families ancient ways of  cooking. My granies backyard has a separate open fireplace to cook food in clay-pots. My mom still cooks food in clay pots in granies kitchen. The food prepared in them are one of the tastiest than when prepared using other utensils. Having lived abroad some foods can never […]

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Banana pepper, chili pepper fritter

Spicy Banana Pepper Fritters

These Hot Chili Peppers which are commonly known as ‘Banana Peppers’ is named because it resembles the shape of a banana. It is 6-inch-long pepper, mild hot because of its seeds. These banana pepper fritters are easy to make in less than 30 minutes. My husband wanted it spicy so I haven’t removed the seeds […]

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Vegetarian, Goli baje with coconut coriander chutney

Goli Baje Recipe

Hubby loves Goli baje’s, sounds funny, haha..Well, I came to know more of his tastes after getting married to him. And I love making them occasionally. Goli baje (in Tulu, Indian cuisine) is a deep-fried tea-time snack popular in Mangalore-Udupi region. It is also known as Mangalore bajji or Mangalore bonda. Yes, my posts are […]

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Carrot Soup | Delicious Sweet Aroma

Carrot Soup

I love thick creamy soups that are full of natural flavor. A vegetarian supplement is essential and I wanted to prepare it in the form of a soup. I usually find soup recipes have some cream added for more flavor but this Carrot soup recipe was easy to make without the cream, a delicious soup that can […]

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Eggs for breakfast, healthy recipe with bread

Moist Scrambled Eggs

I think most people know how to prepare an egg even for a beginner. If there is nothing else to eat in the kitchen counter, eggs are good enough to go for breakfast, lunch or dinner. I haven’t posted any breakfast recipes with egg and the idea of making a scrambled egg that is moist and […]

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chicken in soya sauce

Chicken Bites

The reason I made Chicken bites with chicken breasts is because it’s bite size, easy and so much better than take-outs. Takes 35 – 40 minutes max. I cannot tell you how much I loved the taste of it after tossing the fried chicken in the sauces. Make sure you do not use salty soya sauce. Chicken […]

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Mangaloran Snack | Christmas| Delicious Sweet Aroma

Diamond cuts (Tukdi)

I’m quiet surprised that I’m making another snack for Christmas. After my Sweet curls recipe this is my second recipe on Christmas goodies. I prepared this yesterday and I loved the way they turned out. Diamond cuts or Tukdi (we call it in konkani at home) is a traditional snack. It’s still a favorite snack to munch on […]

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