Andhra Cuisine Recipes

Andhra Style Makka Garelu Recipe (Maize Kernel Vada Recipe)

Andhra Style Makka Garelu Recipe (Maize Kernel Vada Recipe)

Friday, 26 May 2017 09:00

Andhra Style Makka Garelu Recipe (Maize Kernel Vada Recipe) is an interesting recipe made with corn kernels to create a delicious vada. The corn kernels are ground along with onions, green chilli, coriander leaves and then shallow fried on a skillet to create a crispy flat vada. It is the best dish to be prepared during those rainy day when you just need a hot cup of chai and a crispy vada to munch on. Serve the Makka Garelu along with hot tea or dip it with a Date and Tamarind Chutney Recipe to enjoy your evening snack.  If you are looking for more vada recipes here are some: Aloo Vada- Batata Vada Recipe (Deep Fried Potato Patties) Dahi Vada Recipe - Lentil Dumplings in a Sweet and Spicy Yogurt Cabbage Onion Vada Recipe
Dibba Rotti/Minapa Rotti Recipe (Pan Idli Recipe)

Dibba Rotti/Minapa Rotti Recipe (Pan Idli Recipe)

Thursday, 25 May 2017 09:00

Dibba Rotti/Minapa Rotti Recipe (Pan Idli Recipe) is a classic breakfast recipe served in Andhra. It is nothing but a rice and urad dal batter that is cooked on a pan till it has a golden brown over the top. The batter is made with a combination of urad dal and rice rava. It can also be made with idli rava as well. The best part about this rice cake is the golden crust on top which is very delicious. Serve the Dibba Rotti/Minapa Rotti Recipe along with South Indian Coconut Chutney or Nuggekai Kharbyaali Recipe to enjoy your morning breakfast.  If you are looking for more Breakfast recipes here are some: Vegetable Rava Upma Recipe Oatmeal Dosa Recipe Vegetable Semiya Upma Recipe
Andhra Style Majjige Saaru/Salla Charu Recipe (Spicy Yogurt Curry Recipe)

Andhra Style Majjige Saaru/Salla Charu Recipe (Spicy Yogurt Curry Recipe)

Thursday, 25 May 2017 09:00

Andhra Style Majjige Saaru/Salla Charu Recipe (Spicy Yogurt Curry Recipe) is a quick curry made with creamy yogurt that is mixed with caramelized soft onions and curry leaves. This is the best curry during the summer season when you feel like eating something light and refreshing to be served along with steamed rice. Serve the Majjige Saaru/Salla Charu along with steamed rice, Andhra Style Davva Aava koora Recipe ,Radish Greens Poriyal Recipe to go along with it for a comforting lunch meal.  If you are looking for more yogurt based recipes here are some: Punjabi Kadhi Pakora Recipe Solkadhi Recipe Gujarati Kadhi Recipe
Andhra Style Kandagadda Vepudu Recipe (Yam Stir Fry Recipe)

Andhra Style Kandagadda Vepudu Recipe (Yam Stir Fry Recipe)

Tuesday, 23 May 2017 09:00

Andhra Style Kandagadda Vepudu Recipe (Yam Stir Fry Recipe) is a typical Andhra style of cooking a dish. The word “Vepadu” literally translates to stir fry in Andhra. So therefore any ingredient that has been tossed and fried with Indian masala can be called as vepadu in Andhra cuisine. In this recipe we used Yam which is called in different names in Indian language such as, Kandagadda, Chenai Kezhangu, Suran etc. It is a root vegetable that has good for instant energy. Serve the Andhra Style Kandagadda Vepudu along with steamed rice, Palak Tovve or Palak Dal Recipe and palya.  If you are looking for more Yam recipes here are some: Chena Vazhakkai Erissery Recipe ( Yam Stir fry with Coconut & Spices) Jimikand ke Kebab Recipe (Yam Kebabs) Suran Fodi Recipe (Goan Semolina Crusted Yam)
Andhra Style Tomato Cauliflower Koora

Andhra Style Tomato Cauliflower Koora

Monday, 22 May 2017 09:00

Andhra Style Tomato Cauliflower Koora is a simple recipe made with a tomato and onion gravy that is spiced up with simple masala garam masala powder and chilli powder.  The Dish can also be made into a curry based and can also be served in a dry form. The vegetables that we have used are locally available in the kitchen. You can also have varied choice and use different vegetables like raw banana, bottle gourd etc., Serve the Andhra Style Tomato Cauliflower Koora with tawa paratha, Dal Palak Recipe and raita to enjoy your everyday meals.  If you are looking for more Andhra recipes here are some:  Andhra Gongura Pachadi Recipe Andhra Style Pappu Charu Recipe Andhra Style Kakarakaya Vepudu Recipe

12 Andhra Recipes That Will Spice Up Your Taste Buds

Thursday, 04 May 2017 18:20

When we think of Andhra, we can only think of the spicy food that keeps us drooling over it, right from Gongura Pachadi to spicy chilli chicken. The authentic Andhra cuisine usually contain red chills, tamarind, dal and tomatoes as essential ingredients. Spicy variants of sabzi's, pickles, chutneys and fritters are an integral part of Andhra cuisine. A typical Andhra meal consists of Pickles, Pachadis, Vegetable Palyam, Pulusu, Biryani, Papads, Pappu, Rasam, and Podis. A telugite would understand what we are talking about. Andhra Recipes are easy to cook to make and just needs the basic ingredients from your kitchen. 
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Andhra Style Karivepaku Pachadi Recipe (Curry Leaf Chutney Recipe)

Andhra Style Karivepaku Pachadi Recipe (Curry Leaf Chutney Recipe)

Sunday, 26 March 2017 00:00

Andhra Style Karivepaku Pachadi Recipe (Curry Leaf Chutney Recipe) is an innovative version of creating a chutney from an herb that we always use it for tempering. Curry leaf is a kind of herb which is often removed or take out when it is added to the dish but it contains good amount nutrients in them. It has a pleasant aroma and also filled with health benefits. It helps to cure diarrhea, gastro normal problems and is very essential for diabetic patients. These leaves are also believed to fight cancer cells. Serve the Andhra Style Kavepaku Pachadi Recipe (Curry Leaf Chutney Recipe) along with Carrot Onion Uttapam Recipe to relish your morning breakfast.  If you are looking for more Chutney recipe here are some:  Dhaniya Pudina Chutney Recipe (Green Chutney) South Indian Coconut Chutney (For Idli's & Dosa's) Tomato Onion Chutney | Thakkali Vengayam Chutney
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Zucchini Pesarattu Recipe

Zucchini Pesarattu Recipe

Friday, 14 October 2016 00:09

Pesarattu is a wholesome and a healthy dosa from Andhra and Zucchini pesarattu recipe uses Zucchini in an interesting way to take the health quotient a notch higher. This recipe is easier than it looks and just requires you to make it once to understand how to place the zucchinis around on the tawa. Serve Zucchini pesarattu recipe with Allam Pachadi (Ginger Chutney) recipe for interesting breakfast or healthy evening snack. Take a look at more similar South Indian Dosa recipes :  Vellai Dosa Recipe (Sweet Jaggery Dosa Recipe) Beetroot Loni Sponge Dosa Recipe Whole Wheat Sweet Banana Dosa Recipe Aval/ Poha Dosa Recipe (Savory Gluten Free Flattened Rice Crepe)
Andhra Style Gongura Pulihora Recipe - Spicy Red Roselle Leaves Rice

Andhra Style Gongura Pulihora Recipe - Spicy Red Roselle Leaves Rice

Friday, 09 September 2016 00:56

The Andhra Style Gongura Pulihora Recipe is a delicious south indian rice dish that is made from Red Roselle Leaves also known as Gongura leaf. The Gongura leaf is widely sued in southern part of Andhra Pradesh and many recipes are made using gongura leaves and this one is an absolute delicacy. The Gongura Pulihora Recipe is a spicy and tangy dish that is made from precooked rice and tossed in south indian spices. Serve the Andhra Style Gongura Pulihora as it is for lunch or along with a main course south indian thali meal. If you like south indian rice recipes then you must try some of our favorites like Thalicha Thayir Sadam Recipe Lemon Rice Recipe Mango Rice Recipe Pudina Rice Recipe Chettinad Vendakkai Sadam Recipe
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Dry Fruits Suzhiyam (Boorelu) With Black Rice Recipe

Dry Fruits Suzhiyam (Boorelu) With Black Rice Recipe

Friday, 09 September 2016 00:33

Suzhiyam or Boorelu is a traditional dish made in Tamil Nadu and Andhra for many festive occasions. Not all sweets need to be made from sugar & jaggery. With the rise in numbers of diabetics all over the world, we need to start looking for alternative sweet content in our traditional dishes. This dish is made out of dry fruits & nuts dipped in black rice batter is perfect for any occasion. Serve Dry Fruits Suzhiyam (Boorelu) With Black Rice during festivals along with other traditional sweets such as Rava Kesari Bhath and Paruppu Payasam. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Sweet recipes such as Peanut Kesar Burfi Recipe Milk Kesari Recipe Kaacha Gola Recipe  
Andhra Style Paruppu Podi Recipe (Dal Podi)

Andhra Style Paruppu Podi Recipe (Dal Podi)

Thursday, 01 September 2016 00:09

Andhra Style Paruppu Podi is rich in protein and is super spicy. It is one of those south Indian dishes which can be prepared and stored in a container for about 2 to 3 months. Serve this Andhra Style Paruppu Podi with hot steamed rice with a dash of ghee or gingerly oil and Keerai Sambar for a perfect South Indian meal. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Podi recipes such as The Paruppu Podi Recipe Godhi Chutney Podi Recipe Idli Dosa Milagi Podi

Festive Lunch Menu On This Varamahalakshmi Festival

Friday, 05 August 2016 16:50

Varamahalakshmi or Varalakshmi festival is a much-awaited festival after the month of Aashaada or Adimasam in South India. Most of the South Indian households celebrate the first big festival of Shraavana by performing Pooja to the idol made with husked or dehusked coconut, or with precious metals like silver and gold. Varamahalakshmi festival symbolizes worship for wealth, similar to Diwali in North India.
Published in Weekend Specials
Ragi Sankati Recipe - Andhra Style Ragi Mudda

Ragi Sankati Recipe - Andhra Style Ragi Mudda

Monday, 20 June 2016 00:38

Ragi Sankati also known as Ragi Mudda is made from cooked rice and ragi flour (finger millet flour). Serve it with any spicy curry veg or non veg it tastes equally good. If you have some cooked rice on hand then ragi Sankati can be made in 15 minutes. Its an excellent way to use up the leftover rice too. If you want you make it vegan avoid using ghee. Did you know- Ragi besides being fortified with calcium and soluble fibre is believed to be natural body coolant. During summers when sun is at its peak and digestion is weak, Ragi Sankati is an excellent option to be served for lunch or dinner. Its light on stomach and high on nutrition. Serve Ragi Sankati with Vendakkai Puli Kuzhambu and Elai Vadam for a perfect meal. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Ragi recipes such as Ragi Kanji Gluten Free Ragi Roti Ragi Drumstick Leaves Adai
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Spicy And Tangy Avakkai Pickle With Turmeric

Spicy And Tangy Avakkai Pickle With Turmeric

Sunday, 12 June 2016 00:05

Spicy and Tangy avakkai pickle is also called an Andhra Special Mango Pickle Recipe. This avakkai pickle is spicy, tangy, tempting and an absolute finger-licking side dish recipe with most forms of rice. It provides a nice accompaniment to the main course meal during lunch or dinner. Aloo paratha tastes even appealing with this avakkai pickle. See what other pickle recipes we have to tantalize your taste buds Mustard Green Chilli Pickle Recipe Instant Carrot Pickle Recipe Aam Ka Achaar Recipe (Spicy Raw Mango Pickle) Quick Indian Style Ginger Pickle Recipe

Spice up your Weekend with 4-Course Andhra Cuisine

Friday, 13 May 2016 15:00

Andhra cuisine is popular for its searing spicy food recipes. Since Andhra and now Telangana together are leading producers of red chilli, the cuisine seems inclined towards spiciness. The authentic Andhra cuisine also seeps into Karnataka and Tamil Nadu cuisines as well, with mild region-influenced changes in preparation and names. Ragi millet is popular in Andhra-Rayalaseema region, where Telangana region runs on millet based roti as a staple food, and rice is naturally the staple food of irrigated regions of Andhra and Telangana. The main course recipes usually contain tamarind, dal and tomatoes as essential ingredients. Spicy varieties of pickles, chutneys and fritters are also an integral part of Andhra cuisine. This cuisine is also known for its non-vegetarian dishes like marag, biryanis and kebabs. In fact, biryanis are cooked in more than 40 variations of vegetarian and non-vegetarian elements.
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Andhra Style Corn Vada Recipe

Andhra Style Corn Vada Recipe

Monday, 18 April 2016 00:41

Vada is a common term for many different types of savory fritter type snacks from South India with a set of common ingredients. Vada can vary in shape and size, but are usually donut disc-shaped. It is also a popular street food in South India which is served with chutneys. They are eaten throughout the day but most commonly as a part of breakfast or as a tea time snack. Serve Andhra Style Corn Vada with South Indian Coconut Chutney, Dhaniya Pudina Chutney or any other chutney of your choice. You can also try other Vada Recipes such as Medu Vada Cabbage Onion Vada Aloo Vada Dahi Vada  
Mango Pickle (Andhra Avakaya) Recipe

Mango Pickle (Andhra Avakaya) Recipe

Friday, 08 April 2016 00:59

Seasons first and fresh green, firm and sour mangoes go into pickling. Mango Pickle or Andhra Avakaya is a much adored pickle and is made in almost every household during the mango season. This pickle can be made in bulk quantity and stored for a year. Serve Mango Pickle with Dal Palak, steamed rice and Elai Vadam for a comfort meal. If you like this recipe, you can also try other pickle recipes such as Aam Ka Achaar Quick Indian Style Ginger Pickle Aam Ka Chunda Spicy Tomato Pickle  
Pappu Chekkalu Recipe (Andhra Style Spiced Rice Cracker)

Pappu Chekkalu Recipe (Andhra Style Spiced Rice Cracker)

Saturday, 19 March 2016 00:58

The Pappu Chekkalu Recipe is a delicious and deep fried snack that is very famous in Andhra. It is made from rice flour and the addition of chana dal and spices adds to the taste of the cracker.  Serve the Pappu Chekkalu as a tea time evening snack along with a cup of coffee or make it for festivals like diwali. If you like dry snacks, then you must try some of our favorites like -  Multigrain Masala Kadak Puri Recipe Cornflakes Mixture Methi Mathri Recipe  Baked Bhakarwadi Recipe
Instant Puliyodharai Powder Recipe (Puliyogare/Pulihora Powder)

Instant Puliyodharai Powder Recipe (Puliyogare/Pulihora Powder)

Tuesday, 26 January 2016 00:43

Puliyodharai/Puliyogare/Pulihora is a traditional rice dish that is tangy and spicy. This tasty dish finds it's unique place in the menu of all major festivals in South India. It is also a custom to make this rice in weddings and on the third day of pongal, Kaanum Pongal. It is a favourite picnic dish as it becomes tastier as the sour tamarind flavor deepens with time so it is a fantastic lunch box dish also. The Instant Puliyodharai Powder that can be mixed with rice directly and your Puliyodharai/Puliyogare is ready within 5-7 minutes. You can make a large batch and store it in an airtight container and it will help you to prepare this rice quickly even for a larger number of people. You can also try more such delicious rice recipes like:  Lemon Rice Recipe (Elumichai Sadam/Chitranna),  Thengai Sadam Recipe (A Quick and Healthy Coconut Rice).  
Andhra Style Zucchini Tomato Chutney Recipe

Andhra Style Zucchini Tomato Chutney Recipe

Thursday, 07 January 2016 00:27

Andhra Style Zucchini Tomato Chutney Recipe is yet another flavourful chutney from the South Indian cuisine that is rich in its repertoire of condiments and chutneys. A traditional Andhra style meal is well known for its fabulous chutneys, which are freshly prepared and use a variety of vegetables, combined with lentils, nuts and spices. Zucchini Tomato chutney is one such, which tastes amazing and uses just regular ingredients. Zucchini is a summer squash and is very low in calories and cooks very fast as it is a very delicate vegetable. Serve this Andhra Style Zucchini Tomato Chutney Recipe along with a breakfast of Kanchipuram Idlis or Kara Kadubu and present your family with a refreshing new taste.
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