Authentic Madhwa Recipes

Typical Madhwa Lunch

Links for all Madhwa Recipes. These food items will have no onion and garlic. And these items and recipes can be prepared and offered to the Lord on any festival, shradha and paksha. There are certain items which are not prepared for festivals, and these will be sorted soon and posted in a different section.

Take a look here to know the order of how food items need to be served on Banana Leaf.

Order of Food Items

Kosambari ಕೋಸಂಬರಿ – ಪಲ್ಯ Palya

Hesaru Bele Kosambari

  1. Cucumber Kosambari

  2. ಕಡಲೆ ಬೇಳೆ ಕೊಸಂಬರಿ  – Channa Dal Kosambari

  3. Beans Palya

  4. Chapparada Avarekayi or Broad Beans Palya

  5. Beans Pudi Palya

  6. Yam Palya

  7. Bitter Gourd Palya

  8. Potato, Capsicum and Methi Palya

  9. Sweet Pumpkin Palya

  10. Cucumber Palya

  11. Potato Palya

  12. Chayote Palya – ಸೀಮೆ ಬದನೇಕಾಯಿ ಪಲ್ಯ

  13. Snake Gourd Palya – ಪಡುವಲಕಾಯಿ ಪಲ್ಯ 

  14. Bitter Gourd Stir Fry ( Not prepared during festivals)

  15. Potato Beans Pudi Palya – ಆಲೂಗಡ್ಡೆ  ಹುರಳಿಕಾಯಿ ಪಲ್ಯ 

  16. Sprouted Moong Beans vegetable – Hesara Kalu Palya – Variation 2

ಚಟ್ನಿ Chutney

  1. Channa Dal or Kadale Bele Chutney

  2. Coconut Chutney

  3. Pudina or Mint Chutney

  4. Mint Mango Chutney – ಫುದಿನಾ ಮಾವಿನಕಾಯಿ ಚಟ್ನಿ

Bonda – ಬೋಂಡ  ಭಜ್ಜಿ  Bhajji

Ambode

  1. Heerekayi Bonda

  2. Red and Green Capsicum Bonda or Fritters

  3. Aloo Methi Pakoda

  4. Ambode

  5. Nucchina Unde

  6. ಉದ್ದಿನ ವಡೆ – Uddina Vada

  7. Bombai (Aloo) Bonda

  8. Sabhudani Vada – Gluten Free

  9. Bitter Gourd Fritters – Hagalakayi Bajji

ಸಾರು ಹುಳಿ ಕೂಟು – Rasam Sambar Kootu

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  1. ಮೆಣಸು ಜೀರಿಗೆ ಸಾರು – Menasu Jeerige Saaru

  2. Hesaru Bele Thove

  3. Dill Thove

  4. Rubbida Huli

  5. Winter Melon Spicy Kootu

  6. Ridegourd Thove

  7. Sweet or Sihi Kootu

  8. Menthye Soppina Thove – Methi Dal

  9. Sandige Huli Recipe

  10. Snake Gourd or Paduvala Kayi Kootu

  11. ರಾಯರ  ಕೂಟು – Spicy Kootu Made in Sree Raghavendra Swamy Mutt

ಮಜ್ಜಿಗೆ ಮೊಸರು ಅಡಿಗೆಗಳು – Yogurt Based Dishes

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  1. Majjige Huli

  2. ಹಸಿ ಮಜ್ಜಿಗೆ ಹುಳಿ – Hasi Majjige Huli

  3. Mint Lassi or Majjige

  4. Boondi Raita

  5. ಬೂದ ಕುಂಬಳಕಾಯಿ ಮಜ್ಜಿಗೆ ಹುಳಿ  – Winter Melon Majjige Huli

  6. Doddapatre Thambuli – ದೊಡ್ಡಪತ್ರೆ ತಂಬುಳಿ

ಗೊಜ್ಜು – Gojju

Gojju

  1. Gojju

  2. Cucumber Gojju

  3. Bendekayi Gojju

  4. ಹಾಗಲಕಾಯಿ ಗೊಜ್ಜು  – Bitter Gourd Gojju ( Not prepared during festivals)

  5. ಬೂದ ಕುಂಬಳಕಾಯಿ ಮಜ್ಜಿಗೆ ಹುಳಿ  – Winter Melon Majjige Huli

ಸಿಹಿ ತಿಂಡಿಗಳು- Sweet Dishses

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  1. Badam Poori

  2. Thambittu

  3. Sweet Dosa

  4. Badam puri

  5. Kayi Kadabu

  6. Dry Coconut kadabu

  7. Chakkali

  8. Coconut Burfi

  9. Thambittu or ತಂಬಿಟ್ಟು

  10. Yellu Burfi or Sesame squares

  11. Mango Rasayana or seekarane

  12. Pineapple Kesaribath

  13. Hayagreeva

  14. Besan Unde or Laddoo

  15. Rave Unde or Laddoo

  16. Sweet Pongal

ಪಾಯಸ – Payasa – Kheer

hesaru-bele-payasa

  1. Broken Wheat Payasa

  2. ಶಾವಿಗೆ ಪಾಯಸ – Vermicelli Kheer

  3. Evaporated MilkyWay ಶಾವಿಗೆ ಪಾಯಸ – Vermicelli Kheer

  4. ಹೆಸರು ಬೇಳೆ ಪಾಯಸ – Moong Dal Payasa

  5. Akki-Kadalebele or Rice-Channadal Payasa

  6. Gasgase or Poppy seeds Payasa

  7. ಸೀಮೆಅಕ್ಕಿ ಪಾಯಸ – Sabhudana Kheer

  8. ಹೆಸರು ಬೇಳೆ ಪಾಯಸ – Moong Dal Payasa – Variation 2

ತಿಂಡಿಗಳು – Breakfast

vegetables upma

  1. Mixed Vegetables Upma or Uppittu

  2. Ompudi

  3. Gojju Avalakki

  4. Avalakki / Poha Bisibele Bath

  5. Sweet Potato Chapathi

  6. Cabbage Upma

  7. Cucumber Akki Rotti – ಸೌತೇಕಾಯಿ ಅಕ್ಕಿ ರೊಟ್ಟಿ 

  8. Chooda Avalakki – ಚೂಡಾ ಅವಲಕ್ಕಿ

  9. Churmuri – ಚುರಮುರಿ

  10. Red Capsicum Upma – ಕೆಂಪು ದೊಣ್ಣೆ ಮೆಣಸಿನಕಾಯಿ ಉಪಿಟ್ಟು

  11. ಅಕ್ಕಿತರಿ ಉಪ್ಪಿಟ್ಟು – RiceRava Upma

  12. Rice Vermicelli Puliyogre or Rice Noodles Puliyogre

ಚಿತ್ರಾನ್ನ – Mixed Vegetable Rice

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  1. ಮೆಂತ್ಯ ಸೊಪ್ಪಿನ ಬಾತ್ – Methi Vegetable Rice

  2. Khara Pongal

  3. Lemon Rice

  4. Edamame-Capsicum Rice:

  5. ಮಾವಿನಕಾಯಿ ಚಿತ್ರಾನ್ನ – Mavinakayi Chitranna

  6. ಮಾವಿನಕಾಯಿ ಚಿತ್ರಾನ್ನ – Mavinakayi Chitranna – Raw Mango Rice – Recipe 2

Sree Krishna Janmasthami Recipes:

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You can make the following dishes for the festival which need no cooking at all, add the seasonings after you do the Naivedaya to god.

  1. Cucumber Kosambari

  2. Mosaru Avalakki

  3. Sweet Avalakki

 If you don’t mind cooking on the gas stove, here are other recipes you can make as well

  1. Gojju Avalakki

  2. Upittu or Upma

  3. Kesaribath

  4. Thengolu

  5. Chakalli

  6. Ompudi

  7. Shankarpoli

  8. Kobbari Mittai

  9. Rave Unde or Laddoo

  10. Besan Unde or Laddoo

  11. Kodubale

  12. Poori

Dishes for Ganesha Gowri Festival:

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  1. Cucumber Kosambari

  2. Beans Palya

  3. Potato Palya

  4. Sweet Pumpkin Palya

  5. Cucumber or Southekai Palya

  6. Lemon Rice

  7. Ambode

  8. Majjige Huli

  9. Nucchina Unde

  10. Gojju

  11. Badam puri

  12. Kayi Kadabu

  13. Dry Coconut kadabu

  14. Chakkali

  15. Quick and Easy Chakkali

  16. Steamed Modaka – ಮೋದಕ

98 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by R.Mukund on December 12, 2012 at 8:09 am

    Great list. Wonderful photos. Kindly note that Bitter gourd (Haagalakai) palya is never prepared on festivals.

    Reply

    • Posted by meeraghu on December 12, 2012 at 8:13 am

      Thanks, Mukund. I know, however, we do prepare it for Shradha and paksha. I still need to sort the list showing items which can be prepared for festivals, and for shradha and paksha.

      Thanks again.

      Reply

  2. Hi meera.kindly send me bisibalibath procedure which is very popular in madhwas home.

    Reply

  3. Posted by Pooja Shankar on January 10, 2013 at 9:34 am

    Madhwa’s are specialized in making gojju’s. Do you have the receipe for lemon gojju as well as raisin’s gojju ? I used to eat that a lot in my friend’s place. Thank you.

    Reply

    • Posted by lakshmimurthy on June 25, 2013 at 7:14 pm

      To prepare lemon gojju you have to follow the same procedure i,e. stir fry lemon until brown and rest of the ingredients remain the same
      lakshmi murthy..

      Reply

  4. Posted by Vinaya on February 15, 2013 at 11:02 am

    Hi Meera,

    Vinaya Sharma here saw you blog and its aswome and you are doing a great job keep it going on, even i am Madhva and married to Smathat🙂 from Dharwad based here in Bangalore, do add me if have profile over facebook.

    Best Regards
    Vinaya

    Reply

  5. Posted by S GURURAJAN on March 27, 2013 at 12:37 pm

    Hi Meeraji namma madhwa mathadha oottave very delicious and tasty. what about padhirpeni, appi payasa – am simply mad after appi payasa. my name also implies that I am a Madhwa Brahmin – Gururajan, Journalist, Chennai

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    • Posted by meeraghu on March 27, 2013 at 1:13 pm

      Takes lot of time and effort to prepare each and every dish in our community. Will get there soon.🙂

      Thanks for your comments.

      Reply

  6. Posted by rashmi ram on April 2, 2013 at 9:39 am

    Hi meera,
    Thanks a lot for all the recipes.the cucumber gojju was great.do you have the recipe for rasavangi? -its prepared with brinjal.
    rashmi ram

    Reply

  7. Posted by Archana on April 9, 2013 at 12:28 pm

    Hi Meera,

    Do you have Holige recipe on your site? I did a search and could not find one.
    Thanks,
    Archana

    Reply

  8. Posted by V.Deepalakshmi, Trichy on May 19, 2013 at 2:14 am

    Morning Madam, is it possible to post you madhva nama song lyrics either in English or Sanskrit. Thanks

    Reply

  9. Posted by Vijayalakshmi on August 15, 2013 at 10:10 am

    Hi Meera, Please post madhva name song lyric in kannada

    Reply

  10. Hiiii:) Great job!!! really nyc:) i need to know the festivals celebrated by madhvas

    Reply

  11. Posted by prasannakumar on September 4, 2013 at 1:17 am

    Madam
    Wish you a very happy gowri and ganapathi habba.
    Why don’t you kindly give the recipe for authentic iyengar puliyogare, similar to what is served as prasada in TTD temple?

    Regards and thanks in advance

    PK

    Reply

  12. Posted by Vani on September 4, 2013 at 5:03 am

    I could not get “ಮೆಣಸು ಜೀರಿಗೆ ಸಾರು – Menasu Jeerige Saaru” as it is connecting to some other link. Please do something & correct it. Thanks.

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  13. Hi meera, great job… pl update the proper shradha receipies .

    Reply

  14. Posted by Vani on November 8, 2013 at 2:06 am

    Kodubale, Sweet Avalakki headings present, but recipes missing. Would you provide them please?

    Reply

  15. Posted by Samir on November 21, 2013 at 11:28 pm

    Madam,

    Nanu samir desai Pune inda. nene nanu Koot madidhe nima receipe thara. Tumba chanagi aiythu ellaru appreciate madidaru. I love cooking. Thank you so much. Hari Vayu Gurugalu Anugraha Agali.

    Reply

  16. Posted by padmashree on November 22, 2013 at 4:51 am

    great keep updating some more receips like this

    Reply

  17. Posted by Vani on December 9, 2013 at 2:00 pm

    Kodubale & Sweet Avalakki recipes are missing. Would you provide them please?

    Reply

  18. Posted by Nirmala Rao on January 27, 2014 at 4:46 pm

    Hello Meera,

    Can you please post recipe for making raagi hurihittu and accompanying side dish. Thanks.

    Reply

  19. Posted by Guru on February 17, 2014 at 6:05 am

    Hi,

    Nice work. GOD Bless. Please try to add ” Udupi Panchanga” or a link to make more informative of your WEB.

    Thanks & Regards

    Reply

  20. Posted by CHITRA RAVI on May 16, 2014 at 6:39 am

    I need recipe of padarpeni

    Reply

  21. Posted by Srikanth S on June 9, 2014 at 10:11 pm

    Namasthe Meera,
    I am in Houston for a short Business Trip, incidentally I found this site. Happy to know that you are devotee of Shri Raghavendra Tirtharu.. Do you have any Raghavendra Swamy temple (or for that matter any temple ) in Houston/ tx?

    Reply

    • Posted by meeraghu on June 10, 2014 at 2:16 pm

      I have no idea about Houston.

      Reply

    • Posted by Ravindra Rao on July 13, 2014 at 6:51 pm

      Srikanth – As for as I know there is only one rayara mutta in US and that is in Flushing NY – just opposite to ganeshan gudi.

      Reply

      • Posted by Ravindra Rao on July 13, 2014 at 6:55 pm

        Srikanth – As far as I know there is only one rayara mutta in US and that is in Flushing NY – just opposite to ganeshan gudi.

  22. Posted by Archana on July 14, 2014 at 12:31 pm

    Hello Meera-avre,
    By the grace of Shri Raghavendra Tirtharu, we now have a Rayara matta in San Jose, CA (CA Bay Area). The website is http://skvtemple.org/default.aspx
    Please do visit our matta when you are in the area.

    Reply

    • Posted by meeraghu on July 14, 2014 at 7:28 pm

      I sure will, Archana. Thanks for the invite.

      Reply

      • Posted by Anand on August 10, 2014 at 6:24 pm

        Sorry, that is not a ‘rayara mutt’ . Rayara mutt means it should have Raghavendra Swamigala brundavana consecrated properly with ‘ mrutthika’ obtained from Moola Brundavana in Mantralaya. The San Jose mutt is a branch of Sri Puttige Mutt.
        Just stating facts. Sri Sugunendra Swamiji of Puttige Mutt is doing yeoman service to the cause of spreading Madhwa philosophy and traditions overseas.

      • Posted by Archana on August 14, 2014 at 4:43 pm

        @ Anand: Yes this is run by priests who are affiliated to Sri Puttige Mutt. There is a brundavana already, but they have recently obtained Mrutthika from the Moola Brundavana and there are plans to consecrate a proper Brundavana soon.

  23. Posted by H. Dwarakanath on July 23, 2014 at 1:44 pm

    can you please send me pdf file of song BANDU NELISO INDIRE YENNA.
    Thanks, Dwarakanath.

    Reply

  24. Posted by m.v.sarveswara on August 14, 2014 at 3:53 pm

    dear madam, i have visited this blog several times. but this is the first time I am exploring this particular section for madhwa-recipes. great job. being a ‘saapattu raman’ ( I don’t think that there is a kannada equivalent for this word ) I like this page very much. one thing that springs to my mind whenever there is a madhwa marriage is ‘ majjige palidya’. please do post the recipe for ‘majjige palidya’ if you know the same . Sarveswara

    Reply

    • Posted by Ravi on February 10, 2015 at 10:54 am

      In kannada we call it as”Koochu Bhatta”(sapat raman)

      Reply

      • Posted by Sarveswara on February 14, 2015 at 12:53 am

        Dear Ravi, thank u very much for your response. I was not aware of this usage. I thought ‘ koochu bhatta’ is a bookworm who always keeps reading books . that is why kannada proverb ‘ ಓದಿ ಓದಿ ಮರುಳಾದ ಕೂಚು ಭಟ್ಟ ‘.

  25. Posted by Sarita on September 23, 2014 at 6:54 am

    Dear Ms. Meera, I checked with my seniors and found that mint and dill will never be found in a true Madhwa-naividya spread.

    Reply

  26. Posted by parimala s murthy on September 23, 2014 at 12:18 pm

    good work done . our best wishes and wish u success in maintaining this blog

    Reply

  27. Can you post recipe for bele obattu or kaayi obattu

    Reply

  28. Posted by Shruti Deshpande on November 4, 2014 at 1:34 am

    Great job Mrs. Meera.

    Reply

  29. I proud of you.u so great lady. It is very useful information.

    Reply

  30. Posted by Sumathi on November 16, 2014 at 11:29 am

    Good job, i want to know aarthi songs, if you know plz tell me the websie

    Reply

  31. Posted by Malini Rao on January 22, 2015 at 2:29 pm

    Namaskara! Thank you very much for this awesome blog! It is like an oasis in a desert🙂
    We are Madhwa brahmins from Bengaluru, living in Dallas TX for several years now. I would love to know the traditional sweets and snacks (Bhaksha) prepared during Upanayana ceremony , especially for the Mathubhojana. We are performing my son’s thread ceremony soon and would love to hear back from you soon.

    Also, if you could post a recipe for traditional Tengulu and Mucchore, that would be great!

    Thanks again!
    Malini

    Reply

    • Posted by meeraghu on January 22, 2015 at 2:52 pm

      Thanks, Malini. It has been ages since I attended any Upanayana. The last one I attended was my Elder Brothers. However, the sweets which are prepared are items like Boondi Laadu, Mysore Pak, Jalebi, Chiroti.

      As far as traditional recipes, they are posted long time back. Please check the food section here:
      https://meerasubbarao.wordpress.com/food/

      Reply

  32. Posted by Anand on February 10, 2015 at 4:42 pm

    Another (near) equivalent for Tamil ‘Saapatu Raman’ is ‘thindi potha’ in Kannada🙂

    Reply

  33. Posted by Anand on February 15, 2015 at 1:33 am

    Don’t mean to split hairs. But ‘hotte baaka’ , as I have seen, is used in a situational sense, for example, he ate so much during the marriage lunch like a ‘hotte baaka’. thindi potha seems a quality ingrained in the individual. My 2 cents….

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    • Posted by Sarveswara on February 15, 2015 at 11:44 pm

      Dear Anand, thank u for the msg. I agree that ‘ hotte baaka’ is not the same as ‘ sapattu raman’. Hotte baka is one who overeats. probably the english equivalent of sapattu raman is ‘foodie’ . as per wikepedia , “A foodie is a gourmet, or a person who has an ardent or refined interest in food and alcoholic beverages.[1] A foodie seeks new food experiences as a hobby rather than simply eating out of convenience or hunger.’,

      Reply

  34. Posted by Shobha on February 15, 2015 at 12:17 pm

    Nice

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  35. Hello Madam,
    I am a smartha married to a Madhwa. Your recipes are like a guide for me. I enjoy reading your blog and trying varieties at recipes. Thank you.
    Regards,
    Shalini
    Hyderabad

    Reply

  36. Posted by Vatsala on February 20, 2015 at 2:26 am

    Awsome

    Reply

  37. Posted by Vijay on March 4, 2015 at 11:45 am

    Please post some recipies for sweets like burfi

    Reply

  38. Posted by shubha on March 7, 2015 at 1:37 pm

    where can i find the recipies please let me know

    Reply

  39. Posted by shruti on March 30, 2015 at 11:49 am

    Hi Meera… As a madhva daughter in law in a smartha home, your blog is my reference guide when I can’t get in touch with my mum! Thanks a lot… Its a wonderful blog and very very helpful !

    Reply

  40. Posted by s.usha on September 12, 2015 at 1:07 pm

    Hi, Meera, I got your ref. through Ramanathan Bangalore. You are doing a great job and of immense help to all of us.

    Reply

  41. Posted by rashmi purohit on September 16, 2015 at 10:01 am

    please add hoornada kadbu and many more sweets

    Reply

  42. Hello Meera , I am so glad to have chanced upon your blog. I am a blogger myself and I am a Madhwa brought up in Dharwad. Since moving to Chennai 25 years ago , have forgotten some of the recipes. Your blog took me back to my childhood and college days when I enjoyed my grandmother’s cooking. Thanks a ton. However , I am looking for our Kattina Saaru recipe. How do I get it from you ?

    Reply

  43. Posted by Srinivasa Thimmaiah on October 13, 2015 at 3:34 am

    Hi meera madam, great job, not only madhwa but eveyone can enjoy treaditonal and healthy food. please update some other recipes

    Reply

  44. Posted by Srinivasa Thimmaiah on October 15, 2015 at 1:20 am

    Thank you for your kind response, dussera and diwali coming please update some related recipes,

    Reply

  45. Posted by Arathi on October 29, 2015 at 3:05 am

    Tumba authentic recipes . Great job done by assembling all the madhva recipes together . now I don’t have to feel lost when I want to prepare my mom’s recipes

    Reply

  46. Posted by mamtha rao on October 31, 2015 at 12:15 pm

    I want to know how to prepare rasam. I got information about powder

    Reply

  47. Posted by gururaja on November 30, 2015 at 4:28 am

    thank u madam, my mother used to make delicious hesaru bele thove. your article reminded that taste to me.

    Reply

  48. Posted by Vishal Kulkarni on December 7, 2015 at 12:00 am

    MOST OF TIMES EVERY 16th Day WE NEED ” COCONUT GANJJI or RICE GANJJI ” on DWADASHI… Could you please write that method of preparing it.. also APPI PYASA

    and Dishes from Balaikay i.e Raw banana and its flower and stem.. please it would be good for vrata followers..

    thanks great job…

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  49. Posted by Usha Nath on December 18, 2015 at 6:53 pm

    Nice blog.
    You can make balekayi palya, bonda(bajji), mosaru bajji, matavadi palya, can be add to make aviyal, Gujarati Undiya,sambar, pachadi, sweet & spicy chips many more items
    Usha from Lakewood, California. USA

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  50. Posted by anand on December 21, 2015 at 2:08 am

    hello this is anand i follow your recipes and tried them and they turned out cool too, and i prepare your sambar, rasam powder regualarly for my friends and family too and i was wondering why kodebale is missing(blacked out ) above in your list .

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  51. Posted by vani joshi on December 23, 2015 at 7:33 am

    how to make goddu saaru please tell me

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    • Posted by Usha Nath on December 23, 2015 at 7:28 pm

      GODDU SAARU Ingredients: Tamarind : Lemon size Pepper: 2 tsps Cumin seeds: 2 tsps Garlic pods: few(optional) Curry leaves: few Salt: to taste Mustard seeds: for seasoning Preparation Method: Soak the tamarind pulp in water and extract the juice. Add about 1.5 glass of water with the tamarind extract and heat it. Grind the pepper, cumin seeds, curry leaves and garlic(optional) Add this mixture and salt to the tamarind water. Allow it boil till nice smell & aroma of the ingredients comes. Remove from stove. Do seasoning with mustard seeds, hing and add it to the rasam. Serve it hot. Goddu saaru (rasam) can eaten with hot rice, ghee or just as a soup Enjoy. Ushanath California

      Sent from my iPad

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  52. Posted by Achal Sudheer on January 14, 2016 at 2:19 am

    Hi, there is another typical Madhwa side dish called “Bartha” / “Bharatha” . It is very spicy, probably made with ginger and chillies and it is transparent to view. Can you please suggest me the recipe (along with ingredients) for the same.

    Reply

  53. Posted by Parimala Naidu on January 25, 2016 at 3:49 am

    Hi Meera, Lovely blog….I was searching for lyrics for Mahishasura Mardini stotram on google and came across your blog. It has lot of information that is really useful. The recipes section is also too good. Lovely recipes. Thanks much for your time and patience!!

    Reply

  54. Posted by Harsha on February 3, 2016 at 3:19 am

    Namaskara !

    We are Madhwa brahmin kannadiga vegetarian family.

    We are in search of a female veg brahmin cook to prepare breakfast and lunch
    during morning hours. Location is JP Nagar 1st phase, near Indira Gandhi Circle, Bangalore.

    I appreciate if anybody in this forum is aware of such cook or provide leads so that I can follow-up with her. Thanks

    Reply

  55. Namaskara,

    Thank you for your efforts in sharing and uploading Madhwa Authentic Recipes, I request you to share the Bele Holige as well.

    Warm regards,

    Reply

  56. Thanks for sharing all Madhwa Authentic Recipes.

    Reply

  57. Posted by Harini on July 31, 2016 at 10:05 pm

    Can you please post the bisi bela bath receipe.

    Reply

  58. Posted by Ramesh on October 14, 2016 at 3:20 am

    hiiiiiiiiiiiii kindly tell me friend how to prepare udupi krishna mutt kootu and huli

    Reply

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