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Adukale, meaning ’Kitchen’ in Sankethi dialect, is our humble attempt to reflect our grandmother’s passion for cooking. Everything you see here is made using natural ingredients and a whole lot of love. We don’t use Preservatives, Colors or Additives. Basically, nothing that you don't eat at home!

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  • What’s So Special About Indian Filter Coffee?
    April 12, 2021

    What’s So Special About Indian Filter Coffee?

    Some folks slurp their coffee in a small, synchronised manner.  The slurp, in this case, is more of a dialed down ‘gulp’.

    But there’s another way to enjoy coffee, and it is perhaps the best way. You take a small sip. Enjoy the moment in between. You take another sip.

    Yep, that’s it!

    If you drink it this way, you will become aware of coffee’s brilliance and raw aroma. This is Zen-like, it requires you to let go and get overwhelmed — just how an ocean makes the way when the river gushes through...!

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  • Congress Kadlekai — How This Bengaluru Special Snack Got Its Name!
    March 16, 2021

    Congress Kadlekai — How This Bengaluru Special Snack Got Its Name!

    Why was it named Congress Kadlekai? Well, there are a bunch of stories—

    In 1969, the Congress party headed by Indira Gandhi split into two parts: The original party was called INC (O) headed by K. Kamaraj and the one headed by Indira Gandhi was called INC (R). And just to make light fun of this, the Kaldekai was called 'Congress Kadlekai' because the groundnut is always split in two parts. 

    Another story is that during the Emergency period this was the go to snack at party meets and hence the name.

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  • Sankethi Cuisine: The Lost Fare of Karnataka
    February 18, 2021

    Sankethi Cuisine: The Lost Fare of Karnataka

    Did you know that Mattur and Hosahalli, two small villages located on either side of the river Tungabhadra near Shimoga in Karnataka, are the only places in India where Sanskrit is the primary language? Well, neither did I, until recently. The villagers here speak Sankethi, a dialect of Sanskrit, Tamil and Kannada languages. Interestingly, Sankethi has no script of its own; it follows the Kannada script.
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