The Kannada cuisine includes many vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. It is one of the oldest surviving cuisines and traces its origins back to the Iron Age. The dishes vary from region to region within the state.

Bisi bele bath, remains a favourite of many people in Karnataka. It is a wholesome nutritious food made from rice,dal,ghee and vegetables. Known as the Indian version of Risotto. Spices like nutmeg, curry leaves and tamarind contributes to the unique flavour and taste.

Bisi bele bath, remains a favourite of many people in Karnataka. It is a wholesome nutritious food made from  rice,dal,ghee and vegetables. Known as the Indian version of Risotto. Spices like nutmeg, curry leaves and tamarind contributes to the unique flavour and taste.

Chiroti is a flaky, unleavened pastry. No festivities in Karnataka is complete without the traditional Chiroti served with Almond Milk. The Unsweetened Chiroti can be transformed into a delicious payasam.

Chiroti is a flaky, unleavened pastry. No festivities in Karnataka is complete without the traditional Chiroti served with Almond Milk. The Unsweetened Chiroti can be transformed into a delicious payasam.

Mysore bonda is one of the most popular snacks served in tiffin centres across Karnataka. Bondas are made with stuffings like potato mixture or mix vegetables in maida or all-purpose flour and served with coconut chutney.

Mysore bonda is one of the most popular snacks served in tiffin centres across Karnataka. Bondas are made with stuffings like potato mixture or mix vegetables in maida or all-purpose flour and served with coconut chutney.

Mysore Pak is a sweet dish originated in Karnataka, prepared especially during Diwali. Besan, sugar, ghee and water are mixed together to form soft pieces. It has a similar texture to that of a fudge.

Mysore Pak is a sweet dish originated in Karnataka, prepared especially during Diwali. Besan, sugar, ghee and water are mixed together to form soft pieces. It has a similar texture to that of a fudge.

Pori Urundai is the Indian version of a Rice treat made using puffed rice. It is comparatively healthier with the use of jaggery instead of refined sugar. While the Puffed rice adds the perfect crispiness, ginger and cardamom powders impart lots of flavor to pori urundai.

Pori Urundai is the Indian version of a Rice treat made using puffed rice. It is comparatively healthier with the use of jaggery instead of refined sugar. While the Puffed rice adds the perfect crispiness, ginger and cardamom powders impart lots of flavor to pori urundai.

Rava kesari is a popular south indian sweet dish mainly prepared for breakfast or during festival feast. It is a simple sweet recipe prepared with ingredients like semolina, sugar and ghee. It is topped with cashews, almonds and some raisins which gives a nice crunchy effect to it.

Rava kesari is a popular south indian sweet dish mainly prepared for breakfast or during festival feast. It is a simple sweet recipe prepared with ingredients like semolina, sugar and ghee. It is topped with cashews, almonds and some raisins which gives a nice crunchy effect to it.