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  • Cotton Dosa

    Cotton Dosa

    I like to try new recipes of dosa’s as it is a staple of  G.S.B’s . Cotton dosa or Kapsa...

  • Butter beans and Bibbe humman

    Butter beans and Bibbe humman

    Humman is a traditional G.S.B curry flavoured with asafoetida/hing. Basically Humman is prepared spi...

  • Ragda Patties

    Ragda Patties

    This is the second recipe of Ragda Patties I’m sharing in the space. Last time I had shared th...

  • Kulitha Koddel /Horsegram gram curry

    Kulitha Koddel /Horsegram gram curry

    Hello dear readers! I’m back after a long break. Today I will share the recipe of Kulitha Kodd...

  • Palak  dosa

    Palak dosa

    This dosa can be prepared with any ‘Masala Dosa’ batter. This is in popular demand at ou...

Chow Chow Baath,combination of Kesari Bhath/Sheera and Kharabhath


Chow Chow Bhath is a popular South Indian breakfast which is very  famous in Karnataka.This is a two in one breakfast which consists of Sheera/Kesari bhath and Kharabhath,sweet and spicy combination.The common ingredient of both the dish is fine suji or Bombay rawa.I have already posted both the recipes of  Khara bhath and Sheera.All you have to do is prepare ... Read More »

Cucumber idli / Thoushe Muddo


Cucumber idli/ Thoushe Muddo is again a popular dish of G.S.B’s.Traditionally it is prepared in turmeric leaves.G.S.B ladies who perform Gowri pooja (coconut pooja) often use the cucumber which was used in pooja to prepare this idli  or muddo in turmeric leaves as turmeric leaves are also available during that season in abundance.We had lot of turmeric leaves in our ... Read More »

Sheera,celebrating 500th post


This is the 500th post  and Geeths Dawath is one year and four months old.And to celebrate the occasion I prepared Sheera as all good occasions are always celebrated by preparing something sweet.Sheera has a great connection in my life.This was the first sweet dish my husband had brought at Amma’s house when we were seeing each other, garnished with ... Read More »

Poha chutney with green chillies


This is again a popular Konkani dish which makes a great breakfast or an evening snack. Amma used to prepare this whenever I would be hungry after coming back from school or college as it was very easy to prepare.It is best prepared with fresh tender grated coconut.This is sweet and spicy to taste.You may adjust the sweetness and spiciness according to your taste.Below ... Read More »

Strawberry Milkshake


Strawberries are favourite of almost everybody.They contain valuable sources of antioxidants.I often prepare this milkshake for the family during the strawberry season.Today is International Women’s Day and I wanted to post something sweet and which brings smile on everybody’s face and I thought this is the right post.This milkshake is a easypeasy recipe and can be prepared with any seasonal fruits…I had ... Read More »

Karbeva saru,Curry leaves soup


As promised I’m going to focus more on Konkani cuisine this year and will try to post as much as I can.This is an authentic saru prepared in most of the Amchi homes. My sister Shan prepares this often and is the most favourite saru of my daughter.This saru goes best with rice and papad. I adapted this recipe from ... Read More »



I had prepared this dosa long back and found this in one of my old album .I adapted this recipe from my F.B friend Mrs Rekha Acharya.I thank her for this wonderful recipe.Bellappa is similar to Appam but I’m not aware why the name.My aunt used to tell Vellappa too…Since this is an old picture I do not have many ... Read More »

Chane upkari /Black bengal gram dry dish


This is a simple dish of the  Amchi’s and also a popular one.This is best relished with Poha chutney or with the main course.I adapted this recipe from my Amma.’Chana’,’chano’or ‘chane’ is black bengal gram which is packed with nutrients.Generally Konkani’s prepare the chana dishes on Friday’s or during some festive occasions.We prepare different dishes  with Black chana like chana ghashi,chana sarupkari,soyi bhajjile ghashi ... Read More »



Appam is a popular pancake/dosa of Kerala and Tamilnadu.I first tasted this dosa when I was a kid at my papa’s sister’s place in Calicut.Uncle was an expert in preparing this fluffy dosa.We would wait for our turn to relish the piping hot appams right from the tawa to our plates.They used to prepare it in a traditional appam kadai ... Read More »

South Indian Style Mushroom Biryani


This is an authentic South Indian style biryani where we do not have to give dum to the biryani.When I first tasted this biryani it reminded me of the same taste of biryani that I had tasted in Kerala during our visit.This biryani may be also prepared with mixed vegetables,paneer,egg or with chicken.Even Andhra Chicken Biryani tastes similar to this ... Read More »