Ainmanes are the ancestral homes of the native communities in Kodagu. Each Ainmane belongs to a particular Okka that is identified. These traditional houses of Koḍagu have a unique architectural style. They date from about 150 to 450 years ago, and have evolved over a period of earlier times.
About Chatti is a traditional vessel found in Kodava households for cooking Variants Mann chatti (mud vessel) Baal chatti Kall chatti (stone vessel) Cheen chatti (Iron vessel) Uses It was used to cook food over the… read more »
Jackfruit has to be one of the most favourite fruit in summer. The seeds too are extensively used in various preparations. Chekke kuru pajji is one of the popular dishes relished by all Kodavas. Chekke… read more »
Chekke Nurk Putt is made of jackfruit which has many amazing benefits and are used in many recipe’s. one such recipe is noted below. Ingredients Jack Fruit Pulp Khus Khus Grated Coconut Seasame Seeds Rice… read more »
Chemeen is a delicious Kodava recipe served as a Curry or fry which is common during monsoon season. Ingredients Chemeen-Prawn/shrimp – 1kg Onion -2(chopped) Ginger fresh-2 inches Garlic – 10 pods Green chillies -4 Coriander… read more »
Mutton stew is usually served at dinnertime on cold nights with fresh slices of bread. It is rich with coconut milk and warm with a handful of aromatic spices. Erchi (Mutton) Stew Ingredients: ½ kg… read more »
Kaad Mange Curry (wild Mangoes) is one of the seasonal treats loved by Kodavas. The sweetness of the Jaggery, combined with red chilies, and the unique taste of these mangoes has a flavour that cannot… read more »