Wednesday, August 27, 2008

MYSORE OOTA,MANGALORE SPECIAL WITH TOUCH OF RAJASTHAN,BENAGLI NARKOL BHATH WITH KARANATAKA STYLE MANGO GOJJU

MYSORE OOTA

During my college days in Bangalore whenever i used to visit my aunt during the weekends there was always some wedding reception which they had to attend,.and as i was there with them i had to go with them,..though i didnt know the host of the party..meal at those receptions was like feast served on banana leaves ,there used to be so many rounds first poori with bhaji ,chutney poodi,mix veg curry,then dosa,.followed by veg pulao,plain rice with bele saru,followed by mosaranna and finally the most awaited one chiroti with badam milk followed by banana,..huh what a feast ,everytime they used to serve i had to tell them salpa ,..had learnt few kannada words,..cause i dont like to waste food,..:-)...
food in mess was like torture for us,..rasam used to be so watery that the base of the glass could be seen,no taste in palya and sambhar was just dal with no veggies,..;-),..i used to survive on waiwai,cup noodles,bread jam,tang,..we were not allowed to cook..nd with so much to study,..there was no time to go out and eat everyday,..i had very bad health during my college days because i was very picky eater that time,..now with time i have changed ,...:-)
Coming back to the post i felt like preparing the same thali which was served during auspicious functions in Karnataka,...prepared bele sarru,mosaranna and cabbage and french bean palya from Lakshmi's blog for palya i followed the same procedure given here the only variation was i didnt use coconut and red chilli paste , rasam powder was prepared from vedas blog,for talmakhana payasam
i followed the same procedure which i follow for talmakhana kheer,..milk was not thickened much and i added finely chopped dryfruits too,prepared onion cucumber koshambri too,.i know this is not authentic thali ,.have missed lots of things which is served in authentic karanataka thali,..please post in comment section what all i have missed so that the next time i prepare the thali doesnt look incomplete..
this is a small ode from my side for the place where i spent five important years of my life,..thats almost 1500 days,...really miss Bangalore a lot specially when it rain heres..reminds me of the weather of Bangalore,..and ya my frens too,..;-(,.its raining here and this post plus the weather everything is forcing me to go to Bangalores ctr cafe have ghee dosa there with hot coffee,suddenly i feel so nostalgic,...:-(...
MANGALORE SPECIAL WITH TOUCH OF RAJASTHAN
When SWC KARANATKA event was announced ,Mangala who is member of SWC SINGAPORE specially asked for coastal Karnataka dishes to be blogged for the event,..i thought of trying MANGALOREAN CHICKEN CURRY AND SUKKA CHICKEN

which is also known as KORI AAJADINA IN tulu, langauage spoken in mangalore and was really amazed by the taste because the curry was different from what we prepare for our regular dinner or lunch
,..try both these dishes and u will knw the difference,.:-),..we had with rajasthani missi roti,..sorry guys i dont knw the recipe for kora roti,..if anyone knows please post in the comment section,..i guess missi roti
was good substitute for kora roti,..cause i had made it real crisp,..have read lot about kora roti ,,will surely try one day if i get recipe.Addition of potatoes and red chillies did wonders to mangalorean chicken curry
further i added coconut milk too...;-)
DINNER OF NARKOL BHAT AND MANGO GOJJU
When i am really confused and cant decide what to prepare for dinner i have to do just one thing bloghopping to plan dinner menu ,..i saw narkol bhat in Sharmilas blog thought of giving it a try but for curry was confused had green mango in my fridge and when i saw mango gojju in lakshmis blog i knew my dinner menu was ready ,..so narkoli bhat with mango gujju was our dinner ,,,and it was total yum,..thanks Lakshmi,Veda,and Sharmila for sharing such yum recipes,,,
this post of MYSORE OOTA,MANGALORE SPECIAL WITH TOUCH OF RAJASTHAN AND DINNER OF NARKOL BHAT AND MANGO GOJJU goes to SWC KARNATAKA EVENT
started by Lakshmi and this month hosted by SHEETAL

37 comments:

Kitchen Flavours said...

This is not fair to tempt me like this. Awesome recipes. Mouth watering dear. Hmmm i wish i could have a quick bite of it.

sowmya said...

lovely post..good to see so many karnataka recipes..i used to love that chiroti with milk too..

jayasree said...

Many wonderful recipes in one post. Truly awesome.

Priti said...

Phew...atlast I finished reading your post...so many things! wow...thali looks so yummy and so the massi roti and chicken curry....wonderful dear...I always love your energy :)

ANJALI J. said...

yummy.. there are variety of dishes here.. loved all of them..

delhibelle said...

This spread depicts real national integration, with food from East to west and south, narkol bhaat to rajasthani and then karnataka..wow!

Srivalli said...

wow..thats a lovely spread!..you have real patience to cook up all those wonderful dishes!

VEGETABLE PLATTER said...

i loved mysore oota .. simply suberb ... a typical homecooked comfort food

Cham said...

Hmm, the chicken sukka is tempting me!
Love the mysore thali! Tasty dishes

Sudeshna said...

The recipes are awesome, but never heard of the Bengali Narkol Bhaath even though I am a Bengali. Neways that too was good.
Thank u so much for dropping by my blog, wishing to get some great recipes for my blog event soon.
Catch me cooking:
http://bengalicuisine.wordpress.com/

Simran said...

I haven't seen a karnataka thali ever, but this will looks yum for sure!

karuna said...

what a lavish spread. makes me drool. loved the chicken recipes.

Sharmila said...

Hi! Am so glad you tried ... and liked ... narkol bhaat.Since we have had it from childhood I guess you can put it under Bengali cuisine. :-)
That is a lovely spread you have had. :-)

Vaishali said...

What a well-integrated meal! I have never had missi roti, but I now really want to!

Purva Desai said...

soo many delicious and tempting items my mouth is just watering....
All dishes looks really tempting specially the missi roti

Purva Desai said...

sorry seeing all the yummy treat I forgot to inform you, about a small treat waiting for u....collect it ;)

Uma said...

awesome! A delicious display of so many wonderful recipes.

Sujatha said...

Karnataka thali is new to me.. Sounds so traditional and interesting.. Love to feast on that thali right now :)

Sukanya said...

so much food....You are amazing

Maya said...

What a wide spread of dishes from so many states..Everything looks good, I love the Mysore Thali, brought back memories..I have had kori rotti many times, but unfortunately don't knw the recipe yet..

LG said...

Nice spread Priyanka..lost words to praise you..your energy levels are worth a nice and loud applause from me..that thali looks good, trust you enjoyed preparing and relishing them ..

Purnima said...

Hey Priyanka, the name for ur blog is apt, it surely seems like cooking is ur 'baaye haath ka kamaal' u hv cooked up such a storm..all the dishes look delicious! Where n hw u manage wt loads of cooking, kid mgt,beautiful kurti designing n to top it all blog too! Hmm..so much to learn frm u!

Sireesha said...

WOW....Lovely spread priyanka.....U have soooo much patience to cook all those dishes at a time.

easycrafts said...

Amazing energy levels to cook such a big meal with so many varieties

Sunshinemom said...

Kheer looks yummy! Must say you have really cooked up a full course meal today! Very sumptuous spread - cannot say much about the non-veg item:) Very nice post to go with it too!

Hima said...

What a great spread!!

Jayashree said...

Lovely thali. Everything looks great.

SriLekha said...

the whole tali is look inviting and making me to feel hungry!

Lore said...

Now that's a delicious menu you've got here, a little something for everyone :D. I'd like to taste them all!!!

Nidhi said...

Lovely layout of the food. You sure have got many of us hungry.

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Sireesha said...

There is a small treat for u at my blog:))

pallavi said...

i like the look of the southy thali but the chicken looks way way way 2 tempting .. and ru sure u dont want to open yr own dhaba? :)

Rachel said...

A very lovely spread there!! Great read about ur college days...

Laavanya said...

What a yummy spread!

Medhaa said...

Lovely Feast, and what a spread. Nice recipes. Wish I was in Bangalore now

Anisheetu said...

All recipes look great... should stay at ur house to have a wonderful dinner everyday..thats what I feel nowadays after coming from work!!!

Priti said...

Hmm missed to add the beetroot fry picture in the post...added now you might want to check :)