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Mangalorean food is a wonderful array of gastronomic delights. I am not an expert chef but I am passionate about cooking, learning (from my mistakes too) & sharing my experiences. This blog is my humble attempt at recording some time tested & immensely loved Mangalorean recipes which have been sourced from my mother's cookbook, recipe books & the internet.



About Ruchik Randhap:

The little known town called 'Mangalore' is a beautiful potpourri of cultures & languages, food & religions and people from Mangalore will swear by its authentic cuisine. No matter where a Mangalorean has migrated to, he will dream of all things Mangalorean. With globalisation closing in on many small cultures, this is my small effort to popularise Mangalorean cuisine and make the recipes along with the pictures accessible to all. Being away from my hometown, I have tried many a dish purely out of recollection of vision & taste as it was being prepared in my Mother's kitchen many years ago.
I also love trying out recipes of different cultures and so you will find many non-Mangalorean items listed. Hope my blog delights you all!


About Me

I am Shireen Sequeira a Mangalorean living in Dubai. I love trying out new recipes and giving them a twist of my own. However, I do try my best to preserve the authenticity of traditional Mangalorean recipes by not messing around with the proportions and ingredients too much and my aim is to bring them to the forefront so that recipes are not forgotten but learnt and loved by our next generation of people as well.

Having learnt cooking pretty much on my own through experiments at every stage of my life, I assure all ye newcomers, that the day is not far when you will have mastered this art called cooking! Hope you enjoy trying out the recipes or simply looking at the pictures...do leave me your valuable feedback - criticism will be well received & taken with a pinch of salt! ;-)

Write to me at ruchikrandhap@gmail.com or you may stay in touch with me through by following me on Facebook, Twitter or GooglePlus

About Mangalore

Mangalore is a small town in Karnataka, India and is situated on the banks of the river Nethravathi. It is also known as 'Kudla' which in local language means 'meeting point' or 'Koodala' where the river meets the Arabian Sea. This quaint little town which kept to itself was recently in news for all the wrong reasons. The recent Air India crash ensured that Mangalore became instantly popular and its name was splashed across the front pages of newspapers across the world. This tragedy has broken many a heart & home and is probably not something someone would want to recall, yet I have mentioned it only for the purpose of drawing the attention of those who have probably never heard of this place.

Mangalore on the Globe (Courtesy Google Maps)




About

Mangalorean food is a wonderful array of gastronomic delights. I am not an expert chef but I am passionate about cooking, learning (from my mistakes too) & sharing my experiences. This blog is my humble attempt at recording some time tested & immensely loved Mangalorean recipes which have been sourced from my mother's cookbook, recipe books & the internet.



About Ruchik Randhap:

The little known town called 'Mangalore' is a beautiful potpourri of cultures & languages, food & religions and people from Mangalore will swear by its authentic cuisine. No matter where a Mangalorean has migrated to, he will dream of all things Mangalorean. With globalisation closing in on many small cultures, this is my small effort to popularise Mangalorean cuisine and make the recipes along with the pictures accessible to all. Being away from my hometown, I have tried many a dish purely out of recollection of vision & taste as it was being prepared in my Mother's kitchen many years ago.
I also love trying out recipes of different cultures and so you will find many non-Mangalorean items listed. Hope my blog delights you all!


About Me

I am Shireen Sequeira a Mangalorean living in Dubai. I love trying out new recipes and giving them a twist of my own. However, I do try my best to preserve the authenticity of traditional Mangalorean recipes by not messing around with the proportions and ingredients too much and my aim is to bring them to the forefront so that recipes are not forgotten but learnt and loved by our next generation of people as well.

Having learnt cooking pretty much on my own through experiments at every stage of my life, I assure all ye newcomers, that the day is not far when you will have mastered this art called cooking! Hope you enjoy trying out the recipes or simply looking at the pictures...do leave me your valuable feedback - criticism will be well received & taken with a pinch of salt! ;-)

Write to me at ruchikrandhap@gmail.com or you may stay in touch with me through by following me on Facebook, Twitter or GooglePlus

About Mangalore

Mangalore is a small town in Karnataka, India and is situated on the banks of the river Nethravathi. It is also known as 'Kudla' which in local language means 'meeting point' or 'Koodala' where the river meets the Arabian Sea. This quaint little town which kept to itself was recently in news for all the wrong reasons. The recent Air India crash ensured that Mangalore became instantly popular and its name was splashed across the front pages of newspapers across the world. This tragedy has broken many a heart & home and is probably not something someone would want to recall, yet I have mentioned it only for the purpose of drawing the attention of those who have probably never heard of this place.

Mangalore on the Globe (Courtesy Google Maps)