1. Mysore Masala Dosa
It would be unjust to discuss Mysore-style foods without mentioning the city’s crown gem, wouldn’t it? The Mysore masala dosa is one of the most fierce competitors to the original masala dosa, and it’s one of our go-to varieties anytime we’re craving dosa. Do you want to experience the true flavor of Mysore?
2. Mysore Chilli Chops
The chilli chop, a mutton dish from Mysore that’s perfect for gatherings or weekend dinners, is sure to please non-vegetarians! Lamb cutlets are wrapped in sesame seeds and grilled till golden, seasoned in a variety of spices with a burst of red chilies. Serve it with parotta or on its own with a generous sprinkling of fresh coriander and lemon juice.
Churumuri is a quick and easy south Indian food that may be enjoyed for tea time and can be found in abundance on the streets of Mysore. This snack, also known as ‘Masala Mandakki,’ has a simple preparation and can be prepared in about 10 minutes.
4. Mysore Bonda
The Mysore Bonda is a delectable fried dumpling often packed with a spicy potato filling and is another popular Mysore food. Bonda is a sweet and savory dish that is popular in southern India.
5. Kaju Mysore Pak
Let’s finish on a sweet note with this Kaju Mysore Pak dish, which takes the traditional Mysore Pak and gives it a lot more delightful twist. Cashew nuts, besan, and ghee are used in this variation. This sweet is from Karnataka and is recognized for its softness and delicious flavor.