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Karnataka Regional Style Recipes: Page 8 of 45

Kosambari

Kosambari is a Salad popular and done in Karnataka. It’s done on most of the auspicious and festival occasions.
Kosambari
Halu Obbattu

A very famous Halu Obbattu in Karnataka and it is one of my favourite sweet.
Halu Obbattu
Kalu Huli

A very famous kalu huli all over South India. It is my best mom’s kalu huli saaru.
Kalu Huli
Toor Dal / Bele Holige

Bele obbattu is one of South Indian favorite traditional sweets. This is one of the sweets which is considered difficult to prepare, because it required perfection.
Toor Dal Holige
Ridge Gourd / Heerekayi Sambar

Spicy curry made from Heerekayi / Ridge gourd, simple to make and tasty. Ridge gourd curry goes well with rice and chapathi.
Ridge Gourd Sambar
Eggplant / Badanekayi Enegai

Badanekayi / Eggplants, slit and stuffed with a spicy peanut based paste, cooked slowly to tender in a heavy bottomed pan. Its Tastes awesome with jolada rotti, chapathis and rotis.
Eggplant Enegai
Onion Chutney

Onion chutney is a great accompaniment to dosa, idli. Its very common side dish in South Indian.
Onion Chutney
Uddina Vada

Uddina vadas are crisp on the outside and soft inside. This South Indian vada serve with coconut chutney or sambar.
Vada
Mysore Bonda

It very yummy tastes made with maida flour, chilies and curd, mix into a batter and pour them in oil for deep fry.
Mysore Bonda
Mysore Pak

This dessert made from besan, ghee and sugar syrup that has been cooked slowly and reduced to a consistency.
Mysore Pak