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Mar 28, 2024

Local dishes of Karnataka one should try

ET Online

Bisi bele bhath

One of the most well-liked traditional dishes in Karnataka is bisibele bhath. basically a tasty one-pot meal made with a combination of rice, lentils, veggies, and spices.

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Mysore pak

With its fascinating past and mouthwatering flavors, this delicious sweetmeat possesses a unique position in the hearts of both residents and tourists.

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In Karnataka as well as the rest of India, dosas are a favorite food. They are simply fermented rice and black gram pancakes that are served with chutney and sambar (lentil stew).

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Jolada rotti

In addition to being a mainstay in Karnataka homes, this hearty flatbread, or roti, prepared from jowar flour is a representation of the area's rich agricultural history.

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Maddur vada

They are cooked until the outside is crispy and the inside is still soft, using flour, onions, semolina, and spices.

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Udupi sambhar

To create a distinct and lively taste, a variety of veggies, lentils, and spices are combined to create this flavorful stew made with lentils.

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Tatte idli

The flattened, plate-sized thatte idli is a famous variety in Karnataka cuisine. The tatte idli is a flat, large, extremely soft idli, whereas the ordinary idli is smaller and thinner.

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Mangalore bajji

It is prepared by shaping flour, yoghurt, rice flour, gram flour, onions, coconut, and green chilies into tiny balls then deep-frying them.

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