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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Colour Rice with Vankaya Kura ~ A Quick Andhra Meal

Colour Rice Vankaya Kura is a delicious combo meal and an excellent way to welcome you all to the New Year! I am looking forward to a wonderful Foodie year ahead!. It’s with great pleasure I am sharing yet another edition of Blogging Marathon that’s entered its 60th edition this month. It surely makes it […]

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Stuffed Tomato in Gravy | Stuffed Tomato Curry

The second dish for the Kids Party, I have a stuffed gravy dish. Let me tell you that I have a soft corner for all stuffed dishes. Its like a concealed surprise, that hits you unexpected. And you are left with an wonderful aftereffect. So while selecting dishes for the Buffet On Table, Indian States […]

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Dhabe de Chole | How to make Punjabi Dhabe de Chole

For the next day of cooking from my bookmarked recipes, I picked up Vaishali’s Dhabe de Chole. This recipe is supposed to the Punjabi Dhaba style of making Chhole. I have always been obsessed with Punjabi food, more-so with Dhaba dishes. So the moment I read that it was Dhaba style, I had to make […]

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Muvva Vankaya | Gutti Vankaya Masala

This is yet another of those dishes that travel straight from a TV show to our kitchen. And yes get blogged as well. Daddy is very fond of Brinjals and we try as many varieties we can with this vegetable. In general Brinjal seem to capture many as it has a special place in Andhra […]

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Aloo Channa Kurma ~ Side Dish for Rotis

Here’s yet another simple and delicious side dish for Chapatis. This gravy is almost a take on a mix of chettinad and a fusion, that I am not aware! Amma has a flair of mixing different different regional cuisines and arriving at a delicious gravy. We had a neighboring aunty, an excellent cook with a […]

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Gobi Achari | Fried Cauliflower Curry ~ Side Dish for Roti

I have always been planning to make those gravies that are called acharis, however when I saw this recipe in one of the paper clippings, I wasn’t sure if it really falls under that category as the name says, however the paper clipping had this masala. So I simply wanted to try this and pair […]

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