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Tag: Coorg cuisine

Nuuputtu (Coorg Rice Noodles)

Nuuputtu (Coorg Rice Noodles)

By now, from my earlier posts, you must be acquainted with 2 very popular puttus (Kaddambuttu and Paputtu) that are staple in Coorg. And today I bring to you the third most popular puttus called Nuuputtu or Noolputtu (Coorg rice noodles). Nool means thread. Like the […]

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Paputtu

Paputtu

Against the backdrop of coffee plantations is a staggering bounty of indigenous greens, weeds, flowers, fruits, berries, nuts, mushrooms and shoots, many of which play a starring role in the local cuisine. Coorg’s jungle bounty includes wild pepper, wild ginger, wild cloves, bitter local oranges […]

Bale Murukk (Coorg Banana Fritters)

Bale Murukk (Coorg Banana Fritters)

If I had to choose one recipe to make with ripe bananas besides my Classic Banana Bread, I would go the traditional route and make Ball Murukk (Coorg Banana Fritters).   For one, it’s so easy, quick, and the results are utterly delicious and quite […]

Coorg Mango Curry – Kaad Mange Curry

Coorg Mango Curry – Kaad Mange Curry

Hey my lovely peeps, Summer never really happened this side of the world – it’s been rainy and gloomy most days. However, we were fortunate enough to catch some sun during our summer trip to Prague – enough to soak up for the whole year. […]

Koli Curry / Coorg Chicken Curry

Koli Curry / Coorg Chicken Curry

This mouthwatering chicken curry drenched in coconut base and seasoned with kachampuli ( black vinegar) is very unique to the character of Coorg. This versatile curry goes well with possibly anything you can think of – rice, akki rotis, kadambuttu, paputtu, bread, dosas, idlis, appams, […]

Pandi Curry or Coorg Pork Curry

Pandi Curry or Coorg Pork Curry

Coorg is more than just coffee and its beautiful landscapes. It is about classic heirloom recipes that make way onto a plate that reflect the luscious seasonal bounty of the Coorg landscape. Pandi curry recipe or Coorg Pork curry is one of the classic and […]

Kaddambuttu

Kaddambuttu

Kodagu or Coorg as it is popularly known, was derived from the words ‘Kod’ means ‘Give’ and ‘Avva’ means ‘mother’, referring to Mother River Cauvery, one of the seven sacred rivers of India. She graciously falls and flows among lush mountains and valleys. This cascading […]


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