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  • How To Cook Great Curry Recipes
  • How To Cook Great Curry Recipes
  • How To Cook Great Curry Recipes
  • How To Cook Great Curry Recipes
  • How To Cook Great Curry Recipes
  • How To Cook Great Curry Recipes
  • How To Cook Great Curry Recipes
  • How To Cook Great Curry Recipes
  • How To Cook Great Curry Recipes
  • How To Cook Great Curry Recipes
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Karnataka

Varieties in the cuisine of Karnataka reflect influences from the three neighbouring South Indian states, as well as the states of Maharashtra and Goa to its North. Typical dishes include bisi bele bath, jolada rotti, chapati, ragi rotti, akki rotti, saaru, huli, vangibath, khara bath, kesari bath, benne dose, ragi mudde, and uppittu. The Kodagu district is famous for spicy pork curries (pig curry) while coastal Karnataka specializes in seafood. Although the ingredients differ regionally, a typical Kannadiga Oota (Kannadiga meal) is served on a banana leaf. The coastal districts of Dakshina Kannada and Udupi have slightly varying cuisines, which make extensive use of coconut in curries and frequently include seafood.