The Food at The Tamara Coorg.
Coorg is known for its scrumptious Pandi Curry (Pork dish) however as a veggie lover, I'm generally at the search for some astonishing Vegetarian food while I travel places.
The Tamara Coorg has a multi-cooking café that offers a different scope of dishes – neighborhood, Indian, and global – that will spoil all your desires.
The care staff here works splendidly and offers to savor dinners with least directions.
Accordingly, investigating the cooking of the spot you visit is consistently an impulse and in this way I had the opportunity to find the rarities of Coorg, or I would say the Vegetarian delicacy, so here are a couple of dishes that I gave my hands a shot.
a. Akki Otti- the most important part of the meal of the Kodavas, they can have this all through the day with anything for a side dish that would compliment it. Akki Otti is made with cooked rice and rice flour.
b. Kaad Mange Curry- is delicacy made with the small sized mangoes along with jaggery, spices and mustard. This dish goes well with some hot rice and Akki Otti.
c. Kummu Curry- made with the wild grown mushrooms in Coorg topped with freshly ground spices, which is totally a mouth-watering delicacy.
d. Nooputtu- a noodle kind of dish, cooked and steamed using rice flour and then pressed down using a noodle press into circular buns, that as well go along with Kummu Curry.
e. Thambuttu- one of the most amazing desserts I've had on my menu. A classic sweet dish made with ripe bananas, mixed with some red rice powder, and jaggery/sugar (red rice powder is made by roasting the red rice along with some cardamoms' and the ground to some fine powder), and some topped upp with some fresh grated coconut and white sesame seeds, and makes it more delicious with ghee to top it up.