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 ...

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 ...

Andhra Style Allam Pachadi (Ginger Chutney Recipe)

Andhra Style Allam Pachadi (Ginger Chutney Recipe) is a classic chutney that is accompanied along with pesarattu, idli or dosa. The chutney is made by sautéing the dals, onions, and spice on to a kadai and then ground along freshly grated coconut, a hint of jaggery and some tamarind juice. The spice are well balanced and taste delicious as a side dish for any breakfast dishes. Serve the Andhra Style Allam Pachadi along with pesarattu or idli to enjoy your morning breakfast.  If you are looking ...

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Andhra Style Saggubiyyam Punugulu Recipe (Crispy Tapioca Snack)

Andhra Style Saggubiyyam Punugulu Recipe (Crispy Tapioca Snack) is soft and gooey inside and is crispy on the outside. In Telugu, Saggubiyyam means the tapioca pearls and “Punugulu” is a very common word used in Vijayawada for a street snack that is deep fried in the shape of a ball. These are often served with coconut chutney and toor dal chutney. Serve the Andhra Style Saggubiyyam Punugulu along with spicy coconut chutney or toor dal chutney to enjoy evening chai with a delicious snack. If ...

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 ...

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 Erra Kaaram Dosa Recipe (Spicy Red Chilli Chutney Dosa Recipe)

Andhra Style Erra Kaaram Dosa Recipe (Spicy Red Chilli Chutney Dosa Recipe) is a popular dish in Rayalaseema region in Andhra Pradesh. The word “Erra Karam" refers to the red chutney that is being smeared on to the dosa while making. It is very similar to Karnataka Style masala dosa but the only difference is that the red chutney in Andhra is more pungent because of the ample use of Garlic and onion. The dosa is also sprinkle with garlic flavored gram flour for the extra taste. Serve the Andhra ...

सुखी दाल पालक की सब्ज़ी रेसिपी - 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 

Andhra Style Pulihora Recipe (Spicy & Tangy Tamarind Rice)

Pulihora is an authentic Andhra delicacy. The word 'puli' is derives from 'pulupu' which means sourness and 'hora' which is derived from 'origamu' which indeed means food or meals in telugu language. The sourness in the recipe come from tamarind or lemon or mango. In Andhra Pradesh, pulihora is commonly referred to as poor man's festival food. Pulihora is a combination of salty, hot, sour and spicy tastes (all at a time). It is considered to be a good stimulant for a dull appetite. Pulihora can be ...

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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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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

Andhra Style Sarva Pindi/Gine Pindi Recipe (Rice Flour and Chana Dal Flatbread Recipe)

Andhra Style Sarva Pindi/Gine Pindi Recipe (Rice Flour and Chana Dal Flatbread Recipe) is a delicacy of Telangana which is one of the cuisine of Andhra Pradesh. The dish is similar to the “Akki Rotti” made in Karnataka but the only difference it has few spices added and Channa dal mixed. Traditionally the flatbread is made on a Kadai and patted flat so that once it is cooked it shapes up like a bowl. But we have used a flat griddle to make the rotti. By using different vessel also will make a ...

Andhra Style Patoli Recipe (Dal Usli/ Crumbled Dal Recipe)

Andhra Style Patoli Recipe (Dal Usli/ Crumbled Dal Recipe) is a dish made from chana dal that is ground to a paste and stir fried with crispy onions and fresh coriander leaves. You can also add extra vegetables like capsicums, carrot to add up to your crunch. The dish very tasty as it is and can also accompanied with rotis of phulkas. Serve the Andhra Style Patoli Recipe with Mamsaam Chops Recipe, Phulka and Steamed rice by the side. If you are looking for more andhra recipes here are some:  Andhra ...

Andhra Style Paakundalu/ Pakam Undalu Recipe (Rice flour Coconut Fritters)

Andhra Style Paakundalu/ Pakam Undalu Recipe (Rice flour Coconut Fritters) is an authentic sweet prepared in Andhra during a very famous festival of theirs called “Makara Sankranthi. The sweet has very few ingredients and is easy to make, all you need to do it make the rice flour batter and keep it ready. Serve the Andhra Style Paakundalu along with kesari bath or Carrot Badam Kheer Recipe to enjoy your festive mood in a joyous way with your friends and family.  If you are looking for more ...

Andhra Style Vegetarian Biryani with Soya Chunks Recipe

Andhra Style Vegetarian Biryani with Soya Chunks Recipe is very different from the Hyderabadi Biryani. The rice is completely tossed with the spicy masala rather than layering the rice with Biryani masala. The chopped tomatoes and ground spice mix will adds in the extra flavor to the rice. Andhra recipes are quite spicy when compared to dishes from other states. The flavors also change from region to region. Serve the Andhra Style Vegetarian Biryani with Tomato Onion Cucumber Raita and Mirchi Ka ...

Andhra Style Potato Korma Recipe

Andhra Style Potato Korma Recipe have flavors that are sensational. The whole spice used are stone flower, star anise, cinnamon and cardamom. The potato is cooked in coconut and poppy seeds based gravy and simmered till the flavors are developed. Serve the Andhra Style Potato Korma along with Tawa Paratha or Hibiscus (Chembaruthi) Neer Dosa to enjoy your evening meal. If you are looking for more Potato recipes here are some: Aloo Poha (Batata Poha) Recipe Aloo Gobi Ki Sabzi Recipe  Aloo ...

Andhra Style Beerakaya Pappu Recipe (Ridge Gourd Dal Recipe)

Andhra Style Beerakai Pappu Recipe (Ridge Gourd Dal Recipe), Pappu is very dear to heart for people in Andhra Pradesh. Pappu refers to any dal based curry. Most of Andhra’s dal dishes are either with a vegetable or green leaves that is quite tangy because of the use of tomatoes and tamarind. Beerakai refers to ridge gourd in Telugu that is cooked along with three different kinds of dal. And tempered with some whole spice and crushed garlic. Serve the Andhra Style Beerakai Pappu Recipe along with ...

Dibba Rotti/Minapa Rotti Recipe (Pan Idli Recipe)

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 ...

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

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 ...

Andhra Style Eggplant Poppy Seeds Curry Recipe

This unique flavoured Andhra Style Eggplant Poppy Seeds Curry is a must try recipe. The main difference between this curry and others is that there is no coconut at all in it. The masala base is mainly prepared with poppy seeds, which gives a nutty flavour and texture to the curry. For all curry lovers, this fantastic dish is a must try dish. Serve Andhra Style Eggplant Poppy Seeds Curry along with Andhra Style Palakaru Vepadu and Tawa Paratha for a weekday meal. If you like this recipe, you can ...

Beans Vepudu Recipe (Andhra Style Beans Cooked With Spicy Sesame Spicy Mix)

Beans Vepudu Recipe is a delicious Andhra Style beans cooked in mildly spiced spice mix made using sesame seeds and coconut. The sesame seeds renders a beautiful nutty taste to the dish. The spice mix is prepared freshly which brings out amazing flavours.  Serve the Beans Vepudu Recipe (Andhra Style Beans Cooked with Spicy Sesame Spicy Mix) along with Mixed Vegetable Sambar and Steamed Rice for a simple weeknight dinner. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Beans recipes such as Beans ...

     
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