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Lakshmi Canteen: Karathe Chips ( Bitter gourd Crisps)

Karathe Chips is a recently learned recipe. In Konkani, Karathe means bitter gourd (bitter melon).

This is a recipe of an instant pickle made of Bitter gourd or bitter melon. Recipe comes from west coast of South India

Karathe Nonche is a popular Konkani dish. In konkani, karathe means bitter gourd (bitter melon) and nonche means pickle.

Lakshmi Canteen: Karathe Sukke (Coconut Based Bitter gourd Curry)

Karathe Sukke is a coconut based dry curry. The bitter gourd is simmered on a low heat in a spicy coconut paste.

Karathya Nonche – Hot and spicy Konkani bitter gourd pickle (Vegan + Gluten Free)

Karathya Nonche - Bitter Gourd Pickle

A traditional Konkani hot and spicy, savory bitter gourd pickle. An instant pickle that requires no marination.

Bitter Gourd Side Dish (Konkani: Karathe Sukke)

Bitter Gourd Side Dish (Konkani: Karathe Sukke)

Lakshmi Canteen: Happla Kismuri (Spicy Papad Mix)

Happla Kismuri is a very simple side dish made using spicy papad . Papad i s a thin, crisp disc-shaped Indian food typically based on a s.

Karathe Kismuri/ Hagalkaayi Kosumbari/ Bitter Gourd Relish

Karathe Kismuri/ Hagalkaayi Kosumbari/ Bitter Gourd Relish

Lakshmi Canteen: Keerla Polo (Spicy Bamboo Shoot Dosa) ~Quick Versi...

Keerla Polo is a popular dosa in Konkani Cuisine. In Konkani, keerlu means bamboo shoot. In Coastal Karnataka, as soon as the monsoon sea.

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