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 ...

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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 ...

Andhra Style Nalla Karam Podi Recipe

Andhra food is well known for its spice powders and accompaniments and Andhra Style Nalla Karam Podi Recipe is one of them. This podi recipe is a dry powder made with black urad dal and coriander seeds as its main ingredients. This unique tasting dry podi recipes comes in handy with most of the South Indian breakfast recipes, when there are less side dishes and when you are in rush to start a busy day. Nalla Karam podi also can be included with the South Indian meal plate for an accompaniment. Serve ...

Andhra Style Karivepaku Pachadi Recipe (Curry Leaf Chutney Recipe)

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 ...

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Andhra Style Pappulo Undrallu Recipe

Pappulo Undrallu Recipe is a popular recipe cooked in the Andhra households during the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi. Undrallu means rice flour dumplings in Telugu, and it is cooked in a moong dal sweetened with jaggery. It is nothing but plain modaks dunked in a moong dal payasam / kheer. Serve the Pappulo Undrallu Recipe, along with Spicy Sweet Corn & Oat Fritters Recipe as a part of festive lunch or Andhra meals. Here are a few more festive recipes to try Satori Recipe (Maharashtrian ...

Andhra Style Multi Lentil Garelu (Vada Recipe)

Andhra Style Multi Lentil Garelu is a vada recipe made of urad dal, chana dal and moong dal. It is a traditional Telangana recipe made on the eve of Sankranti/Pongal. This wholesome dish can be had along with sambar for breakfast or as a snack during tea time. Traditionally, Andhra Style Multi Lentil Garelu (Vada Recipe) is served to be dunk in Kheer along with other traditional dishes during lunch. If you like this recipe, explore our other vada recipes as well Medu Vada ...

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Kobbari Kudumulu Recipe (Indian Spiced Steamed Rice Balls)

Kobbari Kudumulu also called as Undrallu is a traditional dish that is prepared in Andhra Pradesh during Vinayaka Chaturthi which is Indian Spiced Steamed Rice Balls. Each family has their own set of neivedhyam dishes to offer to Lord Ganesha during the chavithi pooja. Kudumulu are the most common ones that are prepared in most families. This kobbari kudumulu recipe is the salted version that used rice rava and coconut. If you like this recipe, here are few more tea time snack recipes Baked ...

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Andhra Style Zucchini Tomato Chutney Recipe

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 ...

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Andhra Style Chilakada Dumpa Pulusu Recipe (Sweet Potato in Tangy, Sweet & Spicy Curry Recipe)

Andhra Style Chilakada Dumpa Pulusu Recipe (Sweet Potato in Tangy, Sweet & Spicy Curry Recipe) is recipe originated from the region of Andhra. The sweet potato is cooked in a pressure cooker along with luscious sweet, spicy and tangy gravy. By adding small onions or shallots give it an extra crunch and taste to the whole dish. Sweet potato is usually consumed as a snack in south part of India but adding them to a curry just lifts the whole dish and helps to add more benefits to our diet. Serve ...

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Andhra Style Pappu Charu Recipe (Lentil Soup Style Curry)

Andhra Style Pappu Charu Recipe is an aromatic and spicy Lentil Soup like side from Andhra Pradesh. Pappu means Lentils and Chaaru means Curry and this dish is always a part of a Andhra thali meal. A very simple preparation there are many variants to make this with every home having their own method. A perfect combination of spicy, tangy dal, it tastes heavenly when served with Steamed Rice, and ghee fried curd chillies on the side. You can also try these other lentil-based Indian curries for a ...

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Vankaya Pulusu Pachadi Recipe (Brinjal Stew Chutney)

Vankaya Pulusu Pachadi is a very tasty and tangy classic Andhra dish. When we think of purple coloured food, the humble brinjal inevitably makes an appearance. My mother often used to make this brinjal stew chutney which was one of our favourites. Vankaya Pulusu Pachadi can be served with hot steamed rice for a wholesome lunch. Other recipes you can try with eggplant are: Eggplant Rolls Recipe Roasted Eggplant & Olive Lasagna Eggplant In Coconut Milk Gravy Recipe

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Mirchi Ka Salan Recipe (Chillies in Tangy Spicy Peanut Sesame Curry)

Mirchi Ka Salan is a very traditional recipe from the Hyderabadi/ Andhra cuisine served on the Eid festival. Salan is hot and spicy and has a tangy gravy. All the spiciness comes from chillies and tamarind, and the gravy blended with other freshly ground spices and peanuts. Mirchi ka salan is traditionally served as a side dish for Hyderabadi Vegetable Biryani. You can also serve this dish with plain steamed rice or Tawa Paratha. Peep into more of our authentic Andhra-Telangana-Hyderabadi recipes: Andhra ...

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Andhra Style Beetroot Vepudu Recipe (Stir Fried Beetroot)

Andhra Style Beetroot Vepudu is an extremely easy and healthy way of cooking beetroot so that the nutrients are not lost during the cooking process. Did You know- Although beets have the highest sugar content of all vegetables, most people can safely eat beetroots a few times a week. Beetroots are also known to be low in calories and contain no cholesterol. It is high in fibre, vitamins, minerals, and is high in plant derived anti-oxidants. Additionally, the green leaves of the beetroot are ...

Ragi Sankati Recipe - Andhra Style Ragi Mudda

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 ...