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Mangalore

(ˌmæŋɡəˈlɔː)
n
(Placename) a port in S India, in Karnataka on the Malabar Coast. Pop: 398 745 (2001)
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The crepe is made of a rice batter and is typical of Mangalorean cuisine.
It is also centred on personal growth and individual change needed to help better contribute to a harmonious and joyful society." "The community is very hospitable with multi-ethnic members from four different continents and different denominations," said Lavina Andrade, a Mangalorean CFC member.
When Fernandes took on the Congress' tallest leader in Maharashtra, SK Patil, in the 1967 Lok Sabha election from South Bombay constituency, the Mangalorean did not consider his religion a liability.
Particular mention has been made of the Kori Gassi, a Mangalorean chicken curry cooked with coconut and spices and not often found on menus at Indian restaurants in the UK.
(10.) Violet Pereira, "DC Planning to Introduce Electronic Road Pricing System for Private Vehicles," Mangalorean, February 6, 2018.
Some variations include but does not limit to - Thatte Idli, the size of a plate, Kanchipuram Idli (steamed in baskets with tempering), saunas (the goan version), ghee idli (the button or mini sized idli), rava idli (the semolina idli), mudde idli (the Mangalorean idli steamed in banana leaves), rage idli (the idli made with steamed finger millet).
21 (ANI): The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday accused the Congress-led Karnataka government of celebrating Tipu Sultan's birth anniversary just for 'vote bank politics' and said that the people of 'Coorg, Mangalorean Christians and the Kannadigas' are opposed to celebrate the birthday of the 18th century ruler of Mysore.
You can opt for the a la carte, or Chef's tasting menu, to try some of the creative offerings such as a deconstructed pani puri shot (a bubble filled with tangy water), chicken shawarma kulcha (stuffed bread), lobster with flower petals and foam, and Mangalorean fish curry.
The Gassi, a Mangalorean delicacy, aka curry in Tulu, has been on the menu since the restaurant first opened its doors and is, served with neer dosas, appams, sannas or pundi (rice balls).
Successful Mangalorean entrepreneur in Abu Dhabi, Leo Rodrigues, also a philanthropist and community leader, introduced his new automobile venture Liwa Automobile in Dubai.
[9] in the Saudi population and Shetty and Premalatha [23] in the Mangalorean population but in contrast with Dohke and Osato [24] in their studies in Japanese population and Shetty et al.
More importantly, the self- effacing Mangalorean brought his French training to the wok to liberate the menu of Thai Pavilion from the monotony of curries and coconut cream- based dishes.