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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Nei Meen Varuval

Nei Meen Varuval

Nei Meen Varuval is a typical fish fry made with the fish variety called as the Nei Meen. With simple spices and roasting the fish, it makes a wonderful starter or a side dish for rice. We only buy Vanjaram Meen and sometimes Shankara for gravy. So when there was another variety that will taste […]

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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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Mushroom Pepper Chilli Fry

Mushroom Pepper Fry

Mushroom Pepper Chilli Fry is a dry saute made with button mushroom and all three colored capsicums or Bell Peppers. This dry saute can be enjoyed as such or as a side dish during a meal. I don’t eat Mushroom and that’s one of the reasons why I don’t feature that many Mushroom dishes. However, […]

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Udupi Style Eggplant Dry Curry ~ Step by step

I made this brinjal dry saute for the first time during doing September Mega BM “Buffet on Table, based on Indian States. I had done an Udupi thali and this Dry saute was part of the thali. Since we love brinjal dry saute, this was repeated after that. Though I never got around posting the […]

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Cauliflower Dry Saute ~ Easy Side Dish

For the Cooking from Cookbook this week, its a simple delicious dry saute with Cauliflower. Every time in winter season, I look forward to cooking with the fresh cauliflower. However this time, we are yet to get our share of fresh cauliflower. Still we couldn’t let go of the flower when we saw it in […]

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Low Calorie Broccoli Carrot Stir Fry

For the final day of bookmarked dishes, I decided to record a dish that was liked a lot and cooked couple of times. Yet we didn’t remember what all went in, even though its the simplest recipe. When Amma asked again on the details, I thought I should record it for later use. So excuse […]

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Kerala Style Urulaikizhangu Thoran

I know it must look like a Potato theme, rather than a Dry Vegetable Sautes. I went with the logic that everybody loves potatoes and having it on the menu made things easy for me, as if other vegetables were not liked, atleast they had the potato to fall back. This happened with the Onam […]

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