Osmania Biscuits Recipe

Osmania biscuits are pretty famous biscuits sold in Irani cafes of Hyderabad,Telangana state. These biscuits got their name after the last ruler of Hyderabad, Mir Osman Ali Khan. To make an evening perfect , all u need is a cup of Irani chai and osmania biscuit.A perfect balance of sweet and salt makes them stand out and unique when compared to other biscuits. Making them at home is also a pretty easy affair. Serve Osmania Biscuits Recipe along with Irani Chai Recipe and Karachi ...

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Andhra Style Vankaya Kothimeera Karam Koora Recipe

Brinjal cooked in coriander paste tastes heavenly in this Andhra Style Vankaya Kothimeera Karam Koora Recipe. Very easy to make, this curry goes well for a traditional Andhra lunch. This is almost like a stir fry but includes the whole brinjals that are slit till their base. A paste of coriander leaves and chilli powder is stuffed inside the small brinjals and cooked in a heavy bottomed pan. Serve Andhra Style Vankaya Kothimeera Karam Koora Recipe along with Chapati, Steamed Rice, Dosakaya Pappu ...

Andhra Style Pappu Urumindi Recipe

Andhra Style Pappu Urumindi Recipe is a simple home cooked dal that is made simply with urad dal and chana dal. There are not much of ingredients but the flavors are subtle and packed with protein. The dals are mixed along with roasted spices and dry coconut with tamarind that gives it a special taste to the dish. The dal can be had as a main course for your lunch along with just steamed rice topped with ghee or even with hot tawa parathas with subzi by the side to keep your lunch simple and wholesome.  Serve ...

Ullikadala Pulusu Recipe | Spring Onion Curry

Ullikadala Pulusu Recipe is a spring onion curry that comes from the Telugu region. This is a very easy to prepare side dish recipe and can even be made on any weekday or for special occasions. Make this south Indian style Ullikadala Pulusu Recipe | Spring Onion Curry on a winter day and serve with hot steamed rice and ghee, along with Andhra Gongura Pachadi Recipe, and Andhra Style Kakarakaya Vepudu Recipe (Bitter Gourd Stir Fry). If you like this recipe, try more recipes like Mamida Pandu ...

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Thotakura Pappu Recipe (Toor Dal with Amaranth Leaves)

Thotakura Pappu Recipe (Toor Dal with Amaranth Leaves) is a very delicious dal recipe that is comforting to have it with a nice steamed rice and poriyal by the side. Amarnath leaves is a powerhouse of Iron, minerals and vitamins. It is considered as one of the super food and Ayurvedic friendly as well. The dal is made in just one pot and cooked with toor dal along with onions, tomatoes which adds in extra flavor to the dish. In Andhra amaranth leaves are called as Thotakura and Pappu is called as ...

Andhra Style Dondakaya Menthi Karam Koora Recipe

Andhra Style Dondakaya Menthi Karam Koora Recipe has been in my family since generations. Packed with flavours, this recipe goes well with steamed rice for lunch or dinner. This is a side dish that you can make even when you have less hand at time, since this is just a stir fry with recommended spices. Make this dry sabzi with dondakaya or ivy gourds for weekday dinners. Serve Andhra Style Dondakaya Menthi Karam Koora Recipe along with Steamed Rice Recipe, and Andhra Style Vendakaya ...

Thotakura Undalu Recipe (Crispy Amaranth Leaves Balls)

Thotakura Undalu Recipe (Crispy Amaranth Leaves Balls) is an innovative recipe that is tried at our test kitchen. Amarnath leaves are usually used in a dry poriyal or subzi. But in this dish we have created a crispy fried amaranth balls and then tossed with some tempered spices. Amarnath leaves is a powerhouse of Iron, minerals and vitamins. It is considered as one of the super food and Ayurvedic friendly as well. Serve the Thotakura Undalu Recipe along with Thakkali Rasam Recipe , steamed rice ...

Thotakura Majiga Pulusu Recipe (Amaranth Leaves in Buttermilk Stew)

Thotakura Majiga Pulusu Recipe (Amaranth Leaves in Buttermilk Stew) is a wonderful recipe made from amaranth leaves that are cooked in a coconut and curd based curry. It is the best during the winter season to try this warm and delicious bowl filled with good nutrients. Amarnath leaves is a powerhouse of Iron, minerals and vitamins. It is considered as one of the super food and Ayurvedic friendly as well. Serve the Thotakura Majiga Pulusu Recipe with some steamed rice and ghee on top along with Carrot ...

Andhra Style Chepa Vepudu Recipe (Andhra Fish Fry Recipe)

Andhra Style Chepa Vepudu Recipe (Andhra Fish Fry Recipe) is a must try recipe. Andhra cuisine is known for its spicy and strong Indian flavors in most of their dish. Seafood being consumed in most of the coastal parts of Andhra they have a wide range of Seafood dishes which has a good amount of spice and flavor. In this recipe we have used basa fish to make a stir fry with a homemade ground masala. The masala is known as the Karam Vepudu which is a basic stir fry masala for most the dry vegetable. Serve ...

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Andhra Style Mamidikaya Nuvvula Pachadi (Mango Sesame Chutney Recipe)

Andhra Cuisine is famous for its plethora of chutneys. For a typical Andhrite, no meal is complete without this essential item. It is consumed on its own mixed with rice or is also eaten as a side dish with pappu/koora. Pachadi is typically made of vegetables/greens and roasted green/red chilies. It is prepared fresh and is consumed within a day or two. Andhra Style Mamidikaya Nuvvula Pachadi (Mango Sesame Chutney Recipe) is a classic chutney from Andhra cuisine made with fresh raw mango and roasted ...

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Andhra Style Tamati Pachadi Recipe (Tomato Chutney)

A South Indian thali is always incomplete without chutneys & pickles. Pickles are deep rooted in our culture and have the wonderful ability to take us back in time. Almost every region also has its own unique style of making pickle with locally sourced ingredients. And our Grandma's hand-made recipes of making pickles/chutneys are the best-kept secrets in any home. Here I am sharing a recipe of Andhra style instant tomato pickle/chutney. Instant because it doesn't require any drying process, ...

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Andhra Style Usirikaya Pachadi Recipe (Indian Gooseberries Chutney)

Amla is very commonly used in Andhra Cuisine. One of the most popular ways to use amla in daily meals is to make this chutney. It's sour, tangy & spicy at the same time. Andhra Style Usirikaya Pachadi tastes heavenly when paired with hot plain rice & a dollop of ghee(clarified butter). Did you know- The humble Indian gooseberry, commonly known as amla, is considered as a superfood. It's name (Amla) comes from a Sanskrit word "Amlaki" meaning "Nectar of life ". This fruit ripens in the ...

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Vankaya Ulli Karam Recipe (Eggplant In Spicy Onion Gravy)

Vankaya Ulli Karam Recipe (Eggplants In Spicy Onion Gravy) is a delicious version of eggplants that is made in Andhra households. This recipe is traditionally made from small eggplants that are locally available in Andhra and tastes so different from Gutti Vankaya Recipe of Andhra, which is a slightly trickier recipe than this. You can create same recipe with pointed gourd and ivy gourd too, instead of brinjals. Serve Vankaya Ulli Karam Recipe (Eggplants In Spicy Onion Gravy) with Steamed Rice, ...

Chakkra Pongali Recipe (Andhra Style Sweet Pongal)

Chakkara pongali or Sakkra pongali (Sakkra meaning-sugar or sweet) as it is commonly known as is a sweet porridge of rice & yellow moong dal. There are different ways of preparing this dish & is generally offered to God as "Naivedyam" in many South Indian houses during pooja. It is served as a prasadam in many temples of the South. Generally in temples, it is made with edible camphor to impart a nice fragrance. While growing up, this was my favourite prasadam & the intense warm ...

Andhra Style Pindi Miriyam Recipe

Andhra Style Pindi Miriyam Recipe is a mixed vegetable curry cooked along with toor dal and cooked with freshly made coconut spice paste. It is similar to south indian kootu recipe. The usual vegetables used for this Andhra Style Pindi Miriyam Recipe are potatoes, plantain, bottle gourd and brinjals. It is spicy and tangy makes for a wonderful side dish for Steamed Rice. Prepare this Andhra Style Pindi Miriyam Recipe if you want for a change from your regular kootu routine. This recipe also goes ...

Andhra Pepper Chicken Recipe

When I was in Bangalore last time, I often used to visit my favourite Andhra style restaurant, nearby my locality. I tried many Andhra dishes there, but I just cannot forget the taste of Pepper Chicken recipe I tasted there. Few days back, I had tried to make this dish at home and was quite satisfied about the taste that was the closest to restaurant style. In this Andhra Pepper Chicken Recipe, pepper plays a major role in providing the hot taste needed and tastes yummy and leave you wanting for ...

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Andhra Style Coconut Flavored Rice Upma Recipe

Coconut Flavored Rice Upma Recipe is a tangy and spicy coconut flavored upma. This is one of the most Andhra style favorite recipe to all members of my family and friends. It tastes heavenly on a monsoon evening, when served with some raw onions, chutney and curd. The extra flavour of coconut oil along with fresh coconut adds more taste to the dish. Children love the roasted flavour of upma. Serve Andhra Style Coconut Flavored Rice Upma Recipe with Andhra Gongura Pachadi Recipe or High-Protein Peanut ...

Royyala Kura Recipe (Andhra Style Prawn Curry)

Royyala Kura is an easy Prawn Curry cooked in Andhra Style. It is not only healthy but it hardly takes much time to cook. Serve it with some rice or chapati and enjoy. The taste of tomato and spices makes this curry even more delicious. It is a bit spicy but you can adjust the spice level according to your taste and preference. Serve Royyala Kura along with Steamed Rice and Kachumber Salad for a weekday meal. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Prawn recipes such as Goan Prawns Balchao ...

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सुखी दाल पालक की सब्ज़ी - Dry Palak Dal Sabzi (Recipe In Hindi)

सुखी दाल पालक की सब्ज़ी एक ऐसी डिश है जो रोटी और चावल दोनों के साथ अच्छी लगती है. यह सब्ज़ी आंध्रा के घरो में बहुत बनाई जाती है और इसे पोड़ी पप्पू कहा जाता है. इसमें तुअर दाल और पालक का प्रयोग किआ जाता है. लेकिन आप इसमें मूंग दाल का भी प्रयोग कर सकते है. सुखी दाल पालक की सब्ज़ी को बूंदी रायता और फुल्के के साथ दिन के खाने के लिए परोसे।  अगर आपको यह रेसिपी पसंद आई हो तो, आप यह भी बना सकते है  जीरा हींग आलू चकुंदर थोरन  मशरुम थोरन 

Konaseema Kodi Kura Recipe (Andhra Style Chicken Curry)

Konaseema Kodi Kura is a quite a popular recipe from Andhra and every house has got their own version. It is quite easy to make and does not take too much time to make it. You can make this delicious curry on weekends for your friends and family or can serve it your house parties. It is also great if you want to make something easy yet delicious for you pot luck parties. Serve Konaseema Kodi Kura along with Steamed Rice for your weekday meal. You can also serve Kachumber Salad on the side to ...

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Nellor Brinjal Fry Recipe

Nellore Brinjal Fry Recipe a rich brinjal curry made with roasted channa dal, onions and lots of other interesting ingredients that are ground into a smooth paste and mixed along with roasted brinjal. This dish is wonderful side dish that can go along with your tawa parathas. The curry has the right amount of spice levels that balances out the flavor and keeps you asking for more. Serve the Nellor Brinjal Fry Recipe along with some steamed rice, Palak Tovve or Palak Dal or just with plain tawa parathas.  If ...

Andhra Style Uppu Pindi Recipe (Rice Rava and Moong Dal Pudding Recipe)

Andhra Style Uppu Pindi Recipe (Rice Rava and Moong Dal Pudding Recipe), is a dish very similar to “Upma”, Uppumavu” or Uppittu” which is a famous south Indian breakfast that is made like a thick porridge with tempered spices. The Andhra style is a blend of rice rava and moong dal which is a comforting dish to be had with a cup of spicy chutney. Serve the Andhra Style Uppu Pindi Recipe along with spicy coconut chutney and a glass of coffee by the side for your morning breakfast.  If ...

Andhra Style Palak Kura Pappu Recipe (Spinach Dal Recipe)

Andhra Style Palak Kura Pappu Recipe (Spinach Dal Recipe) is such a comforting dal that can be made in a jiffy. All you have to do is prep for the ingredients and add it in one pot to cook. “Pappu” is a traditional name given to most of the Andhra dishes that have dal as the main ingredient.  You can be innovative by adding any kind of green leaves to this dal to create various flavor. Serve the Andhra Style Palak Kura Pappu with Phulka or hot steamed rice with a dollop of ghee over ...

Andhra Style Mukkala Pulusu Recipe (Sweet Tangy Vegetable Stew)

Andhra Style Mukkala Pulusu Recipe (Sweet Tangy Vegetable Stew) is a delicious one pot vegetable curry with right amount of spice and tanginess. The curry can have a different choice of your vegetable but we have used drumstick, bottle gourd and potato. The base for the dish is obtained by grinding a handful of whole spice and adding it along with the vegetable to make a comforting stew. Serve the Andhra Style Mukkala Pulusu with hot steamed rice, Karnataka Style Sorakkai Palya and finish it off ...

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