Mangalore style huli avalakki or gojjavalakki recipe explained with step by step pictures. This huli avalakki is also known as "kayi sasuve avalakki" or "chithranna bajji avalakki". Gojjavalakki is a quick and tasty breakfast recipe. The masala for mangalore style gojjavalakki is prepared by grinding coconut, red chilli and mustard seeds.
"Gojju" translates to "curry" and "avalakki" translates to "beaten rice or poha" in kannada language. So is the name "gojjavalakki". And for gojjavalakki thick beaten rice is used. If you are looking for thin poha or thin beaten rice recipes then check my avalakki upkari and sihi avalakki recipes.
I am so glad to write this post. Because this post is created upon repeated requests from one of the valued reader of this website. I have promised her that I will post all types of gojjavalakki recipes I know. So today I am posting this mangalore style gojjavalakki recipe. I have already posted Bangalore style gojjavalakki, Malnad style gojjavalakki and oggarane avalakki or spicy poha recipes.
Preparation time: 10 min
Cooking time: 20 min
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