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Stuffed Baby Eggplant Curry
1. In each eggplant make a "+" slit opening up to the crown area and cut a long purple eggplant into long single pieces.
2. Place the cut eggplants in water until ready to cook.
3. Blend all the stuffing ingredients into smooth paste... - 126.218
Okra Peanut Fry
1. Cut onion and okra into pieces and keep aside.
2. Heat a skillet to medium high heat and dry roast peanuts in it.
3. Remove from the skillet before they turn black onto a dry kitchen towel.
4. Fold over the towel to remove the husk from the... - 125.778
Pesarattu Dosa Making Made Easier
If you looking for a typical Andhra breakfast dish then this is what you should be making. Pesarattu is Andhra's signatory and most popular non-fermented dosa had for breakfast. Watch this video to learn how to make this delicious and healthy moong dal and... - 110.123
1. Heat a pan to medium high.
2. Add chana dal, toor dal and urad dal and stir until they turn golden brown.
3. Once it is done turn off the heat and add into a bowl.
4. Add 1 tablespoon ghee and once it is hot add red chilies, curry... - 107.879
Mango(raw) Rasam Making Made Easier
Summer is the time for light, healthy and refreshing food. It is also a time for mangos. Who said mangos are only to be eaten when ripe, juicy and mushy?! Green mangos have a tangy flavor that goes so well with rasam, the south Indian digestive that can be... - 90.8249
Mirchi (green Pepper) Bhajji Making Made Easier
Mirchi Bhajji is a daringly spicy snack which is very popular in Andhra. On a rainy and cold day nothing can cheer you up as these delicious, spicy, tamarind stuffed and batter fried chili fritters. Watch this video to learn how to make these delicious... - 89.3255
If you are a fan of pickles, then this is something you must try! This is the king of pickles. The video shows you how to prepare a spicy mango pickle at home. It is so simple and tasty that you will never want to buy a bottled pickle again. This indeed is... - 62.0574
Andhra Majjiga, is a very refreshing spiced yogurt drink majorly consumed in south India. Its is a part of regular meal, and is believed to be very soothing and healing for the stomach and gastric problems. - 45.9107
Andhra Chilli Curry
Wash and split chillies and fill them with ground masala.
Heat oil, fry mustard and fenugreek seeds till they splutter, add chopped onion and fry golden.
Add a little more oil.
Carefully saute stuffed chillies until they begin to change colour.
Add turmeric,... - 42.4036
Andhra Rice Cookies
Soak rice overnight in water.
Strain in the morning.
Dry out and grind, sifting twice.
Keep covered in a dry vessel.
Flake jaggery and place in a thick vessel.
Add 1 cup water and simmer to a soft-ball consistency.
Add rice flour, crushed cardamom and sesame... - 41.2161
Lauki/Sorakaya/Indian Bottle Gourd cooked and simmered in a tangy tamarind base sauce. - 40.996
Andhra Bacchala Koora Pappu Purslane Or Mayalu Bhaji In Tuvar Dal
Place the washed dal and purslane leaves into a pressure cooker, along with the turmeric and salt and cook till soft.
Take a large vessel and place the curry sprig, the baby onions and 3 tablespoons oil in it over a medium flame. When the leaves start to... - 39.1593
Gummadikaya Pulusu, (aka)
This Gummadikaya pulusu in bright orange color is a dead giveaway that pumpkin is loaded with an important antioxidant, beta-carotene. A healthy tasty dish that goes well with both Indian breads and rice. Beta-carotene is one of the plant carotenoids... - 38.6937
Vankaya Pachi Pulusu
This Vankaya Pachi pulusu is a popular dish in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Here is an authentic Indian dish for all you eggplant lovers. It is something that you would love. Enjoy the difference. - 38.0474
Inji Puli - Pachi Pulusu
Dish name: Inji Puli
Can be used as a side dish for Idli and VenPongal.
We call it as pachi pulusu in telugu at our home. It is delicious with idly, dosa and pongal. Taste this and give your comments. Its hot and spicy. Yummy!!! - 37.8032
put water on stove
add all ingredients and bring it to boil (except tadka items
make a good tadka with groung masala and top it on rasam and simmer
Your rasam is ready. - 36.9311
Tomato Kuttu Of Andhra
Place the oil in a large vessel over medium heat. When it gets hot, add the curry leaves. When they begin to crackle, add the finely ground masala. Lower the flame and cook for 5 minutes.
When the masala turns red hot, add the tomato puree and cook over a... - 36.5981
Cook 1 cup Rice, add turmeric powder in 1 tbs oil & mix this well in rice. Keep aside.
In a shallow pan, heat 3 tbs oil, when hot, add mustard seeds. Allow them to splutter. Then add cumin seeds, curry leaves, red & green chillies, groundnuts & chopped... - 36.1352
Tomato Gojju / Tomato Chutney
Blanch tomatoes and peel off the skin. Dice them roughly.
Heat a pan and add grated coconut. Saute till most of the water evaporates.
Combine everything in a blender and grind to a smooth paste. Do not add any water.
[Goes well with neer dosa... - 35.3757
The mixture of peanuts and jaggery makes not just for a sweet and delicious dessert but is also considered very healthy as it has iron and protein content in it. - 0
Simple Homemade Mudda Pappu
1.In a pressure cooker add yellow lentil, water, turmeric powder, oil, cumin seeds and pressure cook it for 4 whistles.
2.After it cools down ,add salt and mash the lentil soup with a ladle to give it a smooth consistency.
3.Serve it hot... - 0
Homemade Ulava Charu
This is a very famous Andhra dish and is prepared at special occasions. Ulava Charu is preferred mainly during the rainy and winter seasons. It taste best when eaten with curd rice. - 0
Poothareku is another popular traditional Andhra sweet, which is made with thin rice papers and powdered sugar. It is a very light sweet which melts in the mouth. It is ideal for people feeling low in energy, because of the sugar used in it. - 0
Adirasalu is a popular Andhra sweet dish, which is also made in other South Indian cuisines such as Tamil and Karnataka. This is made with jaggery, which is a rich source of iron. However, since the adirasalu are deep fried in oil, over eating them can add... - 0
Nuvvula laddu or sesame seed laddus are again another specialty of Andhra cuisine. They are made with sesame seeds and jaggery that are a rich source of calcium and iron. These laddus are generally made during Sankranthi in Andhra Pradesh; however, Diwali is... - 0
Sunnundalu is a typical Andhra sweet which is made with black gram flour. It is rich in proteins and fat and considered ideal for pregnant women and others who need good amount of protein and fat. - 0
Kajjikayalu is a fried sweet dumpling that is made with a maida shell filled with a sweet stuffing of choice. This is one of those sweets that are just to be enjoyed and not worry about how many calories one would be consuming. However, the healthier version... - 0
Spicy Crispy Mirchi Bajji (chilli Fritters)
Mirchi Bajji is from Andhra. Spicy and deep fried they are one of the favorite street food and snack. They are crisp fired on the outside and sift and stuffed inside. Stuffing is to anyone’s discretion. - 0
Paalakaayalu - Spicy Rice Balls - Andhra Savory
Paalakaayalu is a Andhra savory recipe. These are made with rice flour and few spices and taste utterly delicious. They can be had as a evening snack with some tea or enjoy them as they are. - 0
Daddojanam - Flavored Yogurt Rice
Daddojanam is a traditional recipe from Andhra which is very simple and tasty dish. Mushy rice is mixed with the flavorful seasoning and herbs and creamy yogurt to make it delicious. - 0
How To Make Spicy Rasam/charu - Andhra Version
Rasam is a south Indian soup. It is prepared with tamarind juice or tomato, pepper and other spices. Rasam is a spicy recipe and it is considered to be good for health.
A typical South Indian Meal will never be complete without rasam. Rasam can be taken as a... - 0
South Indian Breakfast - Pesarattu Upma
The most favourite Andhra ( Telugu) Breakfast. Makes any Andhraite drool at its very sight.
Pesara pappu means Moong Dal and Attu is a type of dosai. So together Pesarattu would mean "Moong dal dosa".
The video describes 2 pesarattus not very different... - 0
Bisi Bele Bath
Traditional South Indian style dish where rice and vegetables are cooked in tamarind water with some assorted Indian spices. - 0