This dish is known as kori sukka in Mangalore where it originates - kori meaning chicken in Tulu, and sukka meaning a dry preparation. The curry is cooked in a similar manner to a Southeast Asian rendang where all the liquid is evaporated to leave a deliciously spicy sauce coating tender pieces of meat.The curry is served here with an array of South Indian sides - a dhal finished with a tarka of curry leaves and garlic, a dish of mixed veg cooked with coconut and yogurt, some crunchy goli bhajis and finally a tangy coconut chutney.
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Wall of Fame - Mangalore Chicken Sukka with Goli Bhajis and Coconut Chutney