Raju gari Kodi Pulao | Restaurant style Andhra Chicken Pulao

Rajugari Chicken Pulao

Raju gari kodi pulao is a popular Andhra restaurant special dish made with Chicken, basmati rice, shallots and Indian spices. A dish that can cooked in pressure cooker or a thick bottom pan too. The difference in this pulao is the use of only green chilies, shallots along with Indian spices. This biryani or pulao […]

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Mutton Roast ~ Andhra Style

Mutton Roast

This Mutton Roast Andhra Style is a delicious roast made with a ground spices and makes an excellent dish to enjoy your meal. As there is an evidence that chicken is fed more unwanted feed, we have been getting more mutton for the kids. So all the previously made mutton dishes are getting done again. […]

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Andhra Style Chicken Ghee Roast

Andhra Style Chicken Ghee Roast

Andhra Style Chicken Ghee Roast is a delicious starter that you can make for a weekend meal or as a starter for your parties. The spicy version of this roast is balanced by the ghee that’s added and overall with cashew nuts added this dry starter makes an excellent dish for your parties. Amma normally […]

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Andhra Style Mutton Curry ~ Step By Step Pictures

Mutton Gravy

A spicy Andhra Style Mutton curry that can be served along with steamed rice, biryani or with parathas for a delicious weekend lunch! This Mutton Curry Andhra Style is made in a spicy onion tomato gravy with Indian spices and is quite easy to make as well. We normally make this gravy for the weekend […]

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Dondakaya Fry | Andhra Style Dondakaya Vepudu

Dondakaya Fry

Dondakaya Fry or Dondakaya Vepudu as it’s called in Telugu is a version of this simple dish deep fried and spiced along with peanuts. In a typical Andhra Thali that’s served in hotels, you are bound to see some deep fried vegetables like a bitter gourd fry or Tindora spiced along with peanuts. This is […]

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Andhra Chicken Fry | How to make Kodi Vepudu

Kodi Vepudu

Kodi Vepudu or Andhra Style Chicken Fry is easy to make and quick one to fix on your busy weekend lunch. This uses your pantry essentials and doesn’t call for elaborate ingredients. This easy fry was something that my cousin shared with us when she visited us and we were talking about how she makes […]

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Teepi Garelu, Brown Chana Dal Sundal ~ Navratri Day 8

Teepi Garelu

Teepi Garelu or Bellam Vada are a popular festival sweet made in Andhra. These are Urad Dal Vadas soaked in Jaggery Syrup. These Teepi Garelu are a popular dish in the telanga and coastal parts of Andhra. When I asked Amma, she said they don’t make it as such. So I had to google and […]

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Pesara Sunniundalu ~ Navratri Day 5

Pesara Sunnundalu

Pesara Sunniundalu is an easy Indian Sweet made with roasted split yellow moong dal with jaggery and ghee. This easy 3 Ingredient Ladoo is an easy dish you can make for Neivedyam. I have three different recipes for this ladoo made with Urad dal. So this time I made with Moong dal and it was equally […]

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Toor Dal Poli | How to make Kandi Bobbatlu ~ Navratri Day 2

Toor Dal Poli

Toor Dal Poli or Kandi Bobbatlu is a sweet flatbread from Andhra. The stuffing is made with Toor dal and jaggery with outer layer made with all purpose flour. This surely makes a great addition to your festival prasadams. For the Navratri Day 2, Nava Durga observed is Brahmacharini (Mars). The food offered can be […]

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Pudina Pappu Chekkalu ~ Mint and Rice Crackers

Pudina Pappu Chekkalu

Pudina Pappu Chekkalu is the mint flavour Traditional Andhra snack normally made with rice flour, decked with chana dal. The other popular Pappu Chekkalu or Pappu Billalu is made with chana dal or palli (peanuts) sesame seeds etc. I have already shared two versions, the nipattalu and the Pappu Chekkalu with a different recipe. Since […]

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Sakinalu | How to make Erra Sakinalu

Sakinalu

Sakinalu is a traditional Telangana Snack made with homemade rice flour and sesame seeds. This snack is a must during Makara Sankrantti and given to grooms during wedding. When I first came to know about this snack was when Usha had posted it for one of the Mega BMs. So since then I had been […]

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