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  • A reader has kindly corrected me by saying that, "in konkani ambat means amti", so this dish actually translates to moong amti.

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • Reg this laadoo. .used to have in my childhood by my maushi, in konkani - Charmurya-undo. .where undo = Laadoo.

    Bhurgulyache Ladoo

  • Also, patroda has the ubiquitous konkani masala of coconut, byadgi chilies and tamarind along with moong or chana daal - as made in my home.

    Patrode -1

  • I make one version konkani style with coconut oil, and other good stuff. it's called bajji. and north indian baingan da bhurta is surely all time fav.

    Vangyache Bharit - Eggplant bhurta

  • I love fish...any fish. its a konkani staple. and your recipe looks soooo good.

    Something's fishy - Salmon Croquettes

  • * Variations - use jackfruit and cucumber grated in place of dillLabels: shepuche pole sheppi bhaji dill pancake konkani breakfast

    Bittersweet Love - Dill Dosa

  • A typical konkani delicacy but in Goa we do not add curry leaves and rice to curry.

    Hot & Sour Fish Curry

  • It is also used along with some tropical vegetables like kelphool banana flower and vaasota - which is also known as kirla in konkani or bamboo shoots in English.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • I'm so ignorant when it comes to mangalorean/konkani cuisine.

    Soybean Ambat

  • It's like the regular konkani chutney with garlic - generally served with idli.

    Moong Daal Chilla

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  • Derick Pinto: 'The other day, a Maharashtrain friend of mine remarked, "Konkani is a dialect of Marathi. That is why Konkani does not have its own script." This set me thinking. I am a linguist and I am interested in language and linguistics. So I found me asking myself as to whether Konkani is a dialect of Marathi or an independent language by itself.'

    February 1, 2009