One of the most famous chicken recipes from Karnataka – The Kundapur Ghee Roast. This will shine on your table each time you make it. Perfect with beer or with parantha!
First up, let me wish you all a very Happy 2015! May you all have peace, happiness, travel, good food (like this Kundapur Ghee Roast!) and whatever else you wish for in the coming year. Also with a brand new year, I have some brand new news for you all.
So some time ago, Archana invited Neha, Nandita, Hina and me over for lunch at her house. Over yummy Tamil sapad and some good white wine, we started discussing how blogging used to be before (surprise!). The events and cooking of similar stuff and linking each other. We all agreed that there was a certain charm to those events and they kept the motivation to blog recipes going. Quickly, lunch plans were made that we must do something similar in the coming year.
That 2015 must be an year of reviving blog events. While we all decided the same, we came back home and life took over till about a week ago when Neha reminded us. I suggested doing a state a month and everyone was excited about it. The regional recipes are a favorite with all of us. Suddenly everything was moving at lightning speed and we had a plan for the year sorted in a google doc.
So, “The Kitchen Divas” from this month on, will bring to you one state a month and one recipe a week. So every month about 4-5 traditional recipes (we might divert here and there once, keep following us and you will know what I mean) from each one of us. In total. you will have about 20-25 recipes from one state every month. We hope that brings in light the traditional food of India. Do follow the pinterest board where all the recipes will be shared at one place. Link here
This month we chose our home state, like they say what better than start closer to where you are and I have picked up one of my favorite chicken recipes from Karnataka – The Kundapur Ghee Roast. Another favorite is the Gowda style chicken Saaru!
The “Kundapur Ghee Roast” is part of the endeavor to create a collection of recipes of Traditional Indian Cuisines in collaboration with a few bloggers who share the same passion of cooking. Find more Traditional Recipes from Karnataka by #TheKichenDivas.
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