Bangalore-Glory of Karnataka in South India, land full beautiful gardens, historical monuments, galleries and museums. And if Bangalore is your touring destination then first thing you should be guided about is ‘10 must eats in Bangalore’ and the list begins.
A super delightful rice dish- Vangi Bath has long green brinjal and vangibath powder as the main ingredients of this dish. This is a very famous dish which is generally cooked for the break-fast or during festivals. Fresh curd, coconut chutney or onion raita serves as the best side dish to enjoy the delicious Vangi-Bath. Keep it warm!
Seeking the appetizer? Beetroot Rasam is one of the traditional soups of Karnataka, it is soothing and really is mouth-watering when served with rice nevertheless you can eat it wholly as well. So cheers to good taste and good health.
Feeling hungry? Here is Bisi-Bele Bath for your plate. This is a scrumptious meal for a lunch. A spicy and traditional dish from the cuisine of Karnataka with all the goodness of vegetables like beans, pumpkins and carrot which you won’t be able to resist when served hot topped with ghee. Eat it with fried papads and cool raita. Don’t miss on this delicacy.
A typical dish creatively made out of fluffy rice, freshly grated raw mangoes and spices. The mango adds tanginess to the dish and makes it more flavourful. Once you have eaten it, you can never forget the taste which will linger on your taste buds and you will want it more.
If you cannot control your hunger and you want to eat something wholesome and tasty, then Rava idli is the one popular choice for you. Easy to cook and can be quickly prepared and indeed a super-fast alternative of rice and dal.
A prevalent rice dish which is favoured by all kind of people be it young or old. Lemon rice is a wonderful snack with the tangy taste of lemon which also imparts fragrance to this delicacy.
Yet another delicacy from the famous Udipi cuisine, Udipi Sambhar is a perfect mixture of different spices and I bet you, you will slurp it to its last drop. This dish is onion less, garlic less and still flavourful.
You can never forget to miss on Dosa if you are in Bangaore. Neera Dosa is prepared from the batter of the rice. It is crispy and tastes amazing with udipi dosa and coconut chutney. Enjoy!
You can be all smitten over curd rice. A perfect South Indian meal will never end up without its wonderful curd rice. Light food and yet delightfully healthy. Taste it and you’ll simply love it.
The list rather ends up with something sweet, and here in the list is Mysore Pak. A dessert from the Karnataka cuisine which is traditionally made for Diwali festival in homes but it is available in the sweet shots and restaurants and totally tastes kudos.
Now that you have had a proper gourmandizing tutorial through the columns across your screen, get your bags and baggage ready and get munching. Have a happy eat.