Festivals are time for a variety of food to be cooked and relished by one and all at home. The Habbada Adige (festive food) is prepared without Onion and Garlic. In Karnataka, the following dishes are prepared during festivals:
Pickle, Chutney, Payasa, 2 varieties of Kosambari, 2 varieties of Palya, Gojju, Mosaru Bhajji or Majjige Huli, Chitranna, Sandige / Happala, Ambode / Bhajji / Bonda, Sweet dish, Anna, Tovve, Huli / Kootu / Bisibelehulianna, Saaru, Mosaru. The dishes are served on a banana leaf and each dish has a place of its own on the leaf.
Now-a-days in nuclear families, 1 Kosambari and 1 Palya with two vegetables are prepared. The following table lists out the various dishes that can be chosen on a festival day. If the recipe includes Onion or Garlic please omit these two ingredients while cooking on the day of festival –
Hi Shantha, I have been very glad to have come across your website. It is so nostalgic being home by itself. Its so self indulgin and so ture to have seen you recipes. Nice to have know you through your passion for cooking food and the bare nature’s artistic approches. Though I am not a big fan of celebrating festivals or observing and preserving the traditions, you have atlest made me celebrate life and I thank you for keeping it all alive for ever. I really dont know what i am writing but just know this that i am a… Read more »
Hi Kavitha, I am touched by your words and thank you for your interest in my website. Please keep reading because there is lots more to come.
I enjoyed “Habbada Adige” during this Diwali. Really all receipes were very tasty and the preparation is also very simple. Thank you very much for sharing your talent on the net. I hope this may help so many girls. Really you are a genious. 🙂
Thank you so much for your comments and compliments. It is great to hear that you could use the recipes.
Just while browsing through the net, I came across such an informative site.. Especially for girls who have meagre idea about cooking in their mother’s home and struggling to know about recipes.. Thanks for sharing. 🙂
Thanks for visiting the site. I feel if you love eating then definitely it will be easy to learn to cook.
I will be linking up this post to many more recipes….keep visiting and enjoy cooking…
‘habbada adige’ provided a lot of information for young girls who kept away from kitchen and busy in job. Recipes detailed here serve a tool for venturing into cooking and kitchen for these young girls.
Thank you so much.
Thank you for appreciating my work. Cooking is a great way to unwind and relax and I hope the recipes and information published on this site help.
I love your website and have it bookmarked. I am tamil married to someone from north Karnataka and I find your site extremely valuable in learning a lot about how to follow festivals, prepare foods etc.
Some things you explain so clearly it helps understand things on a much better level than even my mother in law or mother…
God bless you, and continue your excellent work…
Thanks for your lovely words. I myself am learning a lot while researching for a subject and writing about it. Keep visiting.
Shanthaji thank u so much for the recipes. my kids are liking all this tasty food.
It is great to hear that your kids are enjoying the festival food. Festival food is extremely nutritious and tingles all the taste buds.
I do hope you keep coming back for more recipes.
Naanu prayatnisiruva nimma ella adige thuma chennagi bandide. Innu jaasti heege post maadta iri. Khara kadabu recipe iddre post maadi. Amele swalpa rave kodbale, Madhwas maado sandige hittina saru, Madhwas maado avalakki bhath (without tur dal, but resembles bisi bele bhath), Madhwas maado soutekayi togari bele rubbu haakida palya sikkre post maadi. Madhwa recipe yake thuma kelta ideena antha yochistidira? Naanu Madhwa but ella recipes martideeni. Taste maatra gnapaka ide 🙂
ಈ ವೆಬ್ಸೈಟ್ನಿಂದ ನೀವು ನೋಡಿ ಮಾಡಿದ ಅಡಿಗೆ ಸಫಲವಾಗಿದ್ದು ಕೇಳಿ ಬಹಳ ಸಂತೋಷವಾಯಿತು. ನಾವು ಮಧ್ವದವರೇ, ಹಾಗಾಗಿ ನೀವು ಕೇಳಿದ ಅಡಿಗೆಗಳನ್ನು ಮಾಡಿ ಪೋಸ್ಟ್ ಮಾಡುತ್ತೆನೆ.
Thanks Shantha. I will wait for the posts.
Very Informative Site…. 🙂
Can you please post 7-Cup Burfi Recipe….
Thank you Shravani and I will try to post the Burfi recipe ASAP….
Lalitha, I have posted Kharada Kadabu recipe – please access the following link for the same:
Hi, Shantha I am form dharwad .but now outside Karnataka ,my hubby (non –Karnataka) so, sometime I miss my favourite foods I loved your website specially Habbada Adige, it’s truly Karnataka food .I just wonder why some of typical north and south Karnataka food never never get any website. But i get it now ,yes !!! You have it. Still I am form dharwad, I don’t eat food like khara kuchida kadabu ,Zunka, Gargi, ect but after this I am feeling to have it. I am young and I did’t learn all Karnataka food i know your website help… Read more »
Thank you for your encouraging words. It is never too late to learn cooking. Keep trying recipes and you will get the hang of it.
All the best,
i am unable to find suvarna gadde palya in ur blog. where is it please tell me.
please visit my blog once.
– badarinath palavalli
I have just listed out the names of different palyas in the post. I will be linking to them as and when I post them.
And I visited your blog. Wow! you are an awesome Kannada writer. My mother enjoyed the poems and made me understand the hidden meaning in some of them.
All the best.
Hello Dear Shantha
Nimma e yella recipe galige tumba thanks
nannge e aduge yesaranu oodtha idrane, bayalli neeru baratha idde,
once again thanks for all ur receipes
Dhanyavadagalu, keep visiting.
Dear Shantha avare
many thanks for your wide range of recipes.
my mom used to do them back home and as any other girl I could not learn becoz of academic reasons.Now its time for me to learn and i could definitely say that Iam very much impressed by your range of tasty recipes (esp habbada adige)and would not want to browse other websites nomore.
please continue your postings .You probably have no clue how many lives you have touched.
Thanks for leaving this note. I am glad the website is helping you.
Love this section.. Everytime i visit this page, feel like something new has been added:)
Thanks Nagashree. As I prepare dishes, I link it up from this post.
Thanks a lot for your recepies and different varieties . I suggest that please post the recepies and names according to the festivals. It means to say that what type of food to be prepared on that festival day. It would be easier to to prepare according to the festival. Be posted good recepies .Mathe nimage innondu sala thanks.
Thanks for visiting. Please see http://www.itslife.in/festivals
The above link has links to the festivals. Each festival in turn has links to the respective dishes to be prepared.
Thanks for your quick respose. I will visit the website given by you.
Good evening, I liked your recipes …I loved it..but one problem…I saw one recipe Habbad adage …in that i could see Badanekaye Rasa Palaya….which i love it and but not able to read or get that recipe in your web…i can see only pic of it..in Habbad adage….plz post it
Vani, there is no recipe called Badanekayi Rasa Palya listed in Habbada Adige post. Pls check the link below for Badanekayi palya: http://www.itslife.in/vegetarian-recipes/side-dishes/badanekayi-masala-palya
iam madhva kannada i want ur festival recipies pls add me as a friend i want 2 become friend with u nannu nimathili habbadae adige ella sandaeka kaelubeku pls give request 2 me thanku
Hi Padmasree, Glad to know that you are interested in Habbada Adige. Please click on each of the link to read the recipes.
i want to friend with u in face book pls give friend request i like ur recipies all so nice and habbada adige
Please send friend request I will accept.
Can sampath sukharvara and shanivara poojaperfomed other than shravana months .
Not sure Surbhi. I just have the information that these poojas are performed during the month of Shravana.
i gave u a friend request pls accept it habbakae yae pasasa vishesha
i gave u a friend request pls accept it habbakae yae pasasa vishesha pls give reply
Hi Padmashree, Thank you for showing interest. I have accepted your request.
i like all recipies
I am telugu girl born and bought up in Karnataka , Gangavati near to Bellary.
I am that good at working initially but now I learnt cooking mostly from websites.
I come across Habbada Adige when I was browsing for sweet huggi that is prepared in temple for prasadam, what a range of recipes. I have tried few recipes and all have comeup really good.
Thanks for posting so many recipes and description of festivals.
I heartily thank you for your good work.
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Thank you Kirupa Devi.
Hello Shantha Madam
This is Vani from Dubai
I love all your recipes, but sad i couldn’t get The recipe of rasa palya showed in Habbad Aduge ” brinjal rasa palya” its in your pic but not the recipe..i love it Very much…plz reply
Thanks for the feedback.
Here is the recipe: Here is the recipe: https://www.itslife.in/vegetarian-recipes/side-dishes/badanekayi-masala-palya