Rashmika Mandanna enjoyed a lovely Sunday Brunch with Curly Tales, Editor-in-chief, Kamiya Jani with an assorted spread of food. Ranging from bhindi fries, dal, chawal, sushi, Chinese noodles, pasta and even dessert, Rashmika Mandanna relished the food we arranged for her. However, as Kamiya Jani asked if she missed homemade food, Rashmika Mandanna promptly replied how much she missed all of it. Eventually, Rashmika also talks of Coorg Cuisine and what sets it apart from other Indian cuisines. And we couldn’t stop listening to it from here. Here’s everything you should know if you are a Rashmika Mandanna fan.
Rashmika Mandanna Discusses Coorg Cuisine: Rice-Based Dishes, Wine & Pork Meat
As Rashmika gets into thinking of homemade food and how much she missed all of it, she also delves into the topic of Coorg cuisine. She talks about what Coorgis eat and the dishes they prefer. Rashmika says, ”Coorgis have a different sort of cuisine. It has a lot to do with rice, pork meat and all of that. Ours is different. We have wine in our culture and it’s different there.” Well, we were totally mesmerised by Coorg cuisine that Rashmika spoke about on Sunday Brunch with Zomato. And, can’t wait to tell you more about it.
All About Coorg Cuisine, Rashmika Talks On Sunday Brunch With Curly Tales
Once Rashmika Mandanna mentioned Coorg cuisine, it made us a bit curious about what is the staple that Coorgs folks love. We have also curated a list of all the Coorg cuisine dishes you can try and Rashmika mentions. Also, did we tell you that Rashmika loves to eat sweets? Yes, the Puspa actor relishes anything which is sweet and tells that she can even live on it. As you wait for the latest episode of Sunday Brunch with Kamiya Jani, here are a few Coorg dishes that you must try.
Kadambuttu: This dish is a famous Coorg dish made with rice. They are rice flour dumplings steamed and served with a butter coating. It is usually served with Pandi curry or any vegetable curry.
Pandi Curry: This is a famous pork meat curry that Coorg folks love. It is usually served with the Kadambuttu or rice dumplings. The Pandi curry stands out for its sour and spicy flavours.
Akki Otti: When Rashmika mentioned Rotis made with rice, we totally guessed it was Akki Otti. This is a staple for the people of Coorg. And, they usually enjoy relishing it with delicious Pandi Curry.
There is more to Coorg cuisine in Rashmika’s words. Get to know about it all on the latest episode of Sunday Brunch with Zomato, this Sunday.