Oats Pesarattu Recipe - Oatmeal & Green Gram Crepes

Oats Pesarattu recipe is a delicious and healthy take on the traditional Andhra Pesarattu recipe. Pesarattu is a crepe that is made from lentils and rice. In this recipe Oatmeal is added to make it even healthier. It is a very clever way of including the power packed oats into the dish without compromising on the Pesarattu taste. Oats Pesarattu is a diabetic friendly recipe and is low in calories. It is also high in protein and full of fiber. It makes for a filling and tasty breakfast.  Serve ...

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Thotakura Majjiga Pulusu Recipe - Amaranth Leaves in Buttermilk Stew

Thotakura Majjiga 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. Make this bowl of comforting stew filled with nutrients during winters. Amaranth leaves is a powerhouse of Iron, minerals and vitamins. It is considered as one of the super food and is Ayurvedic friendly as well. Serve the Thotakura Majjiga Pulusu Recipe with some steamed rice and ghee and Carrot Poriyal Recipe for a comforting ...

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Dosakaya Pappu Recipe-Andhra Style Yellow Cucumber Dal

Dosakaya Pappu Recipe-Andhra Style Yellow Cucumber Dal is one of the most comforting and flavourful dal delicacy in Andhra cuisine. Dosakaya Pappu Recipe tastes very different and can be made very quickly with minimal ingredients. As the Yellow Cucumber/Dosakaya is somewhat bland in taste, it adapts the taste of all the seasonings you add to the dal, becomes flavourful and also gets cooked in no time. Did You Know: Yellow cucumbers are very low in calories, have minimal amounts of fats and no cholesterol. ...

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Andhra Style Bobbarlu Vada/ Alsanda Vada Recipe -Spicy Lobia Vada Recipe

Andhra Style Bobbarlu Vada/ Alasanda Vada Recipe is a healthy vada made with black eyed beans, chopped onions, green chillies, curry leaves and spiced with Indian masala like red chilli powder and turmeric powder. The vada is popular in Andhra Pradesh and is eaten along with a ground Pachadi or Chutney. The vada contains a lot of protein and fiber as it is only made with a legume and is healthy too. Serve the Andhra Style Bobbarlu Vada along with spicy coconut chutney and cup of chai to go along ...

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Boodida Gummadikaya Pachi Vadiyalu Recipe -Andhra Style Ash Gourd Fritters Recipe

Last week, my mother mentioned to me that, one can make tasty fritters with ash gourd, known as ‘Pachi vadiyalu. With research, I found that, in Andhra Pradesh, ash gourd is used to prepare ‘vadiyalu’, which are again two types. Pacchi vadiyalu or raw fritters, which are deep fried in oil and relished as fritters. And vadiyalu, are the sun dried fritters, which can be stored for many months. Whenever required, these can be fried in oil and savored with rice. Boodida Gummadikaya Pachi Vadiyalu ...

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Andhra Vankaya Fry Recipe With Peanuts - Brinjal Peanut Sabzi

Andhra Vankaya Fry With Peanuts Recipe is a quick and tasty dish made from small brinjal which has the nutty crunch from the peanuts and spice flavours from authentic sambar masala made in the household of Andhra. Easy to make, you can even pack it in your Lunch Box. This is a wonderful recipe which can be packed for a lunch box meal or can savored along with your everyday lunch meals. Serve the Andhra Vankaya Fry Recipe along with Puliyodharai / Puliyogare Recipe, Andhra Style Pappu ...

Andhra Style Palakaru Vepadu Recipe - Spinach Stir Fry Recipe

Andhra Style Palakaru Vepadu Recipe is a simple tossed spinach leaves which is tossed with simple Indian Spices like red chilli powder and coriander powder. Vepadu in Andhra is nothing but anything that is stir fried. Spinach leaves are rich in Iron Content and is very essential to be a part of our diet. Serve the Andhra Style Palakaru Vepadu Recipe along with Steamed Rice, Dosakaya Pappu Recipe and Elai Vadam for your Lunch Meal.  if you are looking for more ...

Chamadumpa Vepudu Recipe - Andhra Style Colocasia Stir Fry

Andhra Style Chamadumpa Vepudu Recipe (Colocasia Stir Fry Recipe) is a quick stir fry of colocasia roots in other words called as Arbi roots. Vepudu in Andhra Pradesh is a dish that is stir fried with basic masalas like red chilli powder, turmeric powder and pepper powder with any kind of vegetables. The vegetables vary depending on the season and local produce available. Serve the Chamadumpa Vepudu Recipe along with Andhra Style Pappu Charu Recipe and Steamed Rice to enjoy your ...

Thotakura Vepudu Recipe - Andhra Style Amaranth Greens Stir Fry

Amaranth Greens are known as thotakura in Telugu. Amaranth are known as one of the superfoods having rich content of proteins, anti-oxidants and dietary fibre. The fresh greens when included regularly in our diets, will keep the insulin levels under control. Thotakura Vepudu Recipe is a simple yet delectable Andhra Style Stir Fry of the amaranth greens. The greens are cooked in simple tempering of cumin seeds, garlic and green chillies, and the finished with a sprinkle of roasted sesame seeds powder ...

आंध्रा स्टाइल मूंगफली चटनी रेसिपी - Andhra Style Peanut Chutney Recipe

आंध्रा प्रदेश अपने चटनी और पौड़ी के लिए बहुत प्रसिद्ध है. इसलिए आज हम यहाँ आंध्रा स्टाइल मूंगफली चटनी रेसिपी बनाएंगे जिसमे प्रोटीन की मात्रा बहुत अधिक होती है. यह एक सेहतमंद चटनी है जिसे आप ...

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Aratikaya Tomato Koora Recipe - Andhra Style Plantains With Tomato

Aratikaya Tomato Koora is a delicious Andhra style plantains cooked with tomatoes. Plantains are rich in Vitamin C, K, amino acids and dietary fibres as compared to the ripened bananas making it relatively good for health. Aratikaya Tomato Koora is a spicy dish. Unlike the other plantain recipes this one is spiced with ginger enhancing its taste and flavour.  Serve the Aratikaya Tomato Koora Recipe (Andhra Style Plantains Cooked with Tomato) along with Phulkas or Steamed Rice and Andhra Style ...

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पाण्डु मिरापाकया पचड़ी रेसिपी - Andhra Red Chilli Chutney Recipe

पाण्डु मिरापाकया पचड़ी रेसिपी एक आंध्रा रेसिपी है जिसमे लाल मिर्च की चटनी बनाई जाती है. इस चटनी को बनाने के लिए बहुत कम सामग्री की आवश्यकता होती है. आप इस चटनी को अपने खाने के साथ या इडली, डोसा, उत्तपम, पनियारम के साथ भी परोस सकते है.  पाण्डु मिरापाकया पचड़ी रेसिपी को घी रोस्ट डोसा या रवा इडली और फ़िल्टर कॉफ़ी के साथ सुबह के नाश्ते के लिए परोसे।  अगर आपको यह रेसिपी पसंद है, तो आप यह भी बना सकते है  नारियल की चटनी रेसिपी चना दाल की चटनी रेसिपी  गाजर की चटनी रेसिपी 

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Gongura Pappu Recipe - Gongura/ Sorrel Leaves Dal

Gongura Pappu is an lip smacking dal made from the gongura leaves which brings in a natural tangy taste to the dal. Gongura Leaves are also known as Sorrel Leaves in English, pulicha keerai in Tamil, Pundi Palle/Pundi Soppu in Kannada and ambaadi In Marathi. In this recipe, the Gongura leaves are cooked separately along with onions and garlic and a few spices and then combined into the cooked dal to make the Gongura Pappu. Did you know: Gongura is a very rich source of iron, vitamins, ...

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Andhra Style Bangaladumpa Vepudu Recipe - Potato Fry Recipe

Bangaladumpa Vepudu Recipe (Potato Fry Recipe) is a perfect side dish that has soft and fluffy potatoes stir fried along with some caramelized onions and crunchy urad dal with the right amount of Indian spice.  The most important ingredient that adds up flavor to this dish is the crushed garlic which make it right for your meal. Serve the Bangaladumpa Vepudu Recipe along with Tawa Paratha or Steamed Rice with a bowl of Yellow Pumpkin Dal Recipe by the side.  If you are looking for ...

Andhra Style Green Chilli Chicken Recipe

Andhra Style Green Chilli chicken is a dry chicken recipe that is spiced mainly with green chilies and it also appears green in colour.  It can be served as a dry snack or a side dish with your fried rice. Green Chilli chicken is a hot and spicy recipe which can be an addition to your south Indian spread also.  Serve Andhra Style Green Chilli Chicken with Thakkali Rasam Recipeand Steamed Rice for a weekday dinner. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Chicken recipes such as Chicken ...

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Andhra Chicken Liver Fry Recipe

Andhra Chicken Liver Fry Recipe is a delicious and easy chicken fry recipe made in Andhra style. Here the chicken liver is sauteed along with caramelized onions, ginger and garlic and spices like pepper and red chili powder.  You can find Chicken Liver Fry Recipe served in most non vegetarian hotels in South India. This recipe goes as a great side with any meals and variety rice like Ghee Rice. Did you know: Chicken liver is a good source of protein and a great source of iron ...

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Nellor Brinjal Fry Recipe

Nellore Brinjal Fry Recipe a rich brinjal curry made with roasted chana 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 ...

Andhra Style Kandagadda Vepudu Recipe - Yam Stir Fry Recipe

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 ...

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. T his is almost like a stir fry but includes the whole brinjals that are slit till their base. A paste of coriander leaves and red 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 ...

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Andhra Dondakaya Chutney Recipe - Tindora Chutney

Andhra is known for its chutneys and pickles and this tindora chutney recipe has all the flavours of a Andhra Dondakaya Chutney Recipe, spiciness from the chillies, tanginess from the tamarind and great flavour from the tindora and peanuts and spices like red chillies, coriander, fenugreek and cumin.  Did you know :Tindora or Ivy Gourds are used in preparing traditional medicines for effectively treating several diseases and infections. Ivy gourd is rich in beta-carotene that ensure ...

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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 and Andhra Style Chepa Vepudu Recipe - Andhra Fish Fry Recipe ...

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Dappalam Recipe- Andhra Vegetable Stew Recipe

If you are craving for something comforting, full of nutrition and which goes along with a rice meal then you must make Dappalam. This amazing mixed vegetable tangy stew is made with mixed vegetables like carrots, bottle gourd, sweet potato, tamarind and jaggery. Its is easy to make and every mouthful creates a party in your mouth. Serve Dappalam along with Steamed Rice, Andhra Style Pappu Charu and  Zucchini Thogayal for a delicious Andhra Meal for a indian lunch or ...

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Pesara Pappu Pulusu Recipe

Pesara Pappu Pulusu Recipe is a simple comfort food, made using yellow moong dal. The addition of tamarind and a lovely tadka over it, packs it with all the flavours.  Pesara Pappu Pulusu  is high in protein and potassium and contains negligible amount of cholesterol. Serve it along with some steamed rice and a dollop of ghee for a quick weekday lunch.  Serve Pesara Pappu Pulusu Recipe with Steamed Rice, Andhra Gongura Pachadi, Kakarakaya Vepudu Recipe, Andhra ...

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Lauki Ka Salan Recipe - Bottle Gourd Salan Recipe

Lauki Ka Salan Recipe is a slight twist to the popular Andhra Mirchi Ka Salan Recipe with the addition of bottle gourd. The dish contains green chili, peanuts, sesame seeds, desiccated coconut, ginger and garlic and thick tamarind juice along with other spices.  Serve Lauki Ka Salan Along with Hyderabadi Vegetable Biryani and Dangar Pachadi With Grated Carrots for a weekend lunch. You can also serve it with Tawa Paratha Recipe - Plain Paratha or Whole ...

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