Kori Gassi Recipe – Mangalorean Chicken Curry

 Kori gassi is a traditional Mangalorean Bunt’s dish with a coconut based red curry. Here Kori means chicken and Gassi means curry.

Mangalore is a hot coastal region. People in Mangalore love their spices and the coconut. Most of their curries has a blend of wonderful spices and of course coconut in it. In Tulu language,

The gorgeous red color is from the dried red chilies we use in the curry. These red chilies called as Byadagi Menasinakai gives beautiful red color but is not spicy at all.Kori gassi is traditionally served with Kori Rotti – a traditional and unique rotti (crispy flatbread) made from rice flour. Kori rotti is available in any stores that sell Mangalore Special foods.

Serve Kori Gassi Recipe as a Sunday meal along with Kori Rotti or Mangalorean Neer Dosa Recipe, and Chicken Ghee Roast Recipe – Chicken Dry Roast Recipe by the side. 

Have a look at other coastal specialties

  1. Mangalore Nurge Gashie ( Spicy Drumstick Curry ) Recipe
  2. Goan Lady Fish Curry Recipe (Muddoshi Hooman)
  3. Khaja Recipe (Layered Fritters Dunked In Sugar Syrup)
  4. Malabar Prawn Curry Recipe

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