Egg Pulusu Curry Recipe | Guddu Pulusu Recipe | Andhra Egg Pulusu | South Indian Egg Curry Recipe for Rice | kodi guddu pulusu | Andhra Egg Curry Gravy

Egg Pulusu Curry Recipe, Kodi Guddu Pulusu

I can’t stress enough how insanely addictive this curry is!! This is one of my most favourite kind of gravy. Pulusu in Telugu means ‘pulupu kura’, a sour curry…..basically it’s a thick gravy cooked with tamarind and onions. I’m here today to share Egg Pulusu Curry Recipe or Guddu Pulusu, a typical Andhra/Telangana dish, where boiled eggs are cooked in a tangy onion gravy & the curry gets a distinct flavour from garlic & fenugreek seeds. What you are looking for is the harmony between spice and tang, conserving the taste of the main ingredients. Eggs are very versatile that we use …

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Kerala Style Parotta | Malabar Parotta | How to Make Kerala Parotta at Home | Layered Paratha Recipe | How to make Soft Maida Paratha

Kerala Style Parotta

For most of us, Parotta has always been a restaurant affair!! But, sometimes we do crave for food that’s really not part of our everyday menu. Well, I’m talking about Kerala Style Parotta or Malabar paratha, which is a thing of immense joy that’s super delicious but preparing requires a special skillset and it’s also time consuming. I always wanted to give it a try. Believe me, truly exceptional parottas can be made right at home. Yet another addition to my repertoire of Indian Breads. A Parotta, Porotta, Barota or Paratha is a layered flat bread usually available as street food and in restaurants across …

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Idli Vada Dosa Breakfast Menu 1 | South Indian Brunch Ideas | Idli, Dosa, Vada Curry, Tomato Chutney, Coffee – South Indian Tiffins for Breakfast

Idli Vada Dosa Breakfast Menu 1

There is no denying the fact that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It provides your body the fuel that charges you up and keeps you going for the rest of the day to carry out various chores. But, who wants to have the same breakfast everyday. We all want variety in whatever we do….right?….otherwise life gets boring!! A tinge of variation in your everyday breakfast will definitely make your family enjoy the mornings together. I have been thinking for sometime to start a Breakfast Menu Series like the Lunch/Dinner Menu ideas. Idli Vada Dosa Breakfast Menu 1 …

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Chettinad Vegetable Kurma Recipe | Vegetable Korma South Indian | How to make Parotta Kurma | Veg Korma with Coconut Milk | Mix Veg Kurma Recipe

Veg Korma with Coconut Milk

Hi friends!! My first post for 2018 is Chettinad Vegetable Kurma Recipe…..Not a SWEET, strange…Isn’t it? Hope you guys are doing great and 2018 has kick-started well !!  I am totally aware of the fact that the first month of 2018 is about to end and I’m wishing you all a very HAPPY NEW YEAR :). I have been away from my dear blog for more than a month….to be frank… since 2 months, it’s been too long between posts. The reason is that I was holidaying first in the US and then in India. Holidaying may not be the right word…..There …

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Andhra Challa Punugulu Recipe | Punukulu, Punugulu With Dosa Batter and Maida | How to make Punugulu With Dosa Batter | Andhra Street Food Recipes

Andhra Challa Punugulu Recipe

The weather is getting cold with frequent downpours…the air is crisp with frosty bite, the falling leaves……typical autumn weather. This is the perfect time your soul needs to feast on something warm, hot and spicy. How about some Challa Punugulu with a cup of hot Ginger Chai ? Yes, I’m talking about the very famous road side snack in Vijayawada and few Coastal districts of Andhra. Today I’m here to share Andhra Challa Punugulu Recipe. Punugulu (or Punukulu), a deep fried snack, crisp from outside and soft from inside is a part of Andhra street food and is served with a range of chutneys. I …

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Chettinad Milagu Kuzhambu | Pepper Kulambu Recipe | How To Make Milagu Kuzhambu | Pepper Kuzhambu | Instant Rasam Paste | Pepper Curry Recipe

Chettinad Milagu Kuzhambu, Pepper Kulambu Recipe

Are you bored of the regular Sambar & Dal menu? Bring in some spice into your life with this tongue tickling Chettinad Milagu Kuzhambu. As the name implies, this gravy uses peppercorns, which adds an extra zing to the dish!! You can also use this as an Instant Rasam Paste…..Double Dhamaka..Right?? Chettinad cuisine is incomplete without black pepper. The medicinal properties of black pepper are immense, it aids digestion, helps relieve cold and cough, a powerful antioxidant, reduces inflammation and improves overall health. A pinch of finely ground pepper along with honey is very good for cold. When somebody at home is suffering …

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Beerakaya Kura Andhra Style | Ridge Gourd Curry Recipe | Beerakaya Paalu Curry | Turai Recipe South Indian | Ridge Gourd Curry | Beerakaya Palu Posina Kura

Beerakaya Palu Posina Kura, Ridge Gourd Curry Andhra Style

Cooking water rich vegetables in milk (Palu Posina Kura) is a tradition in the Telugu cuisine. Beerakaya Kura Andhra Style or Beerakaya Palu Posina Kura is a simple, healthy and quick to make delicious curry, where ridge gourd is cooked in milk with some spices and is prepared almost similar to Sorakaya Palu Curry. The result is a delicious curry that has a slight sweet flavour and goes very well with rotis or steamed white rice.  This recipe is a part of the category JUST RECIPES….So, I’m going to keep it short & simple. In the future, you can expect more from this …

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Kalchina Vankaya Tomato Pachadi | Roasted Eggplant Chutney | Brinjal Tomato Chutney Andhra Style | Vankaya Tomato Roti Pachadi Recipe | Eggplant Pachadi

Kalchina Vankaya Tomato Pachadi, Vankaya Tomato Roti Pachadi Recipe

Nothing can beat the divine combination of roti pachadi (mortar pestle chutney) with hot steamed rice and a dollop of ghee. I can never ever get bored of it as it tastes delicious and finger licking good. Brinjal (Eggplant) is known as the king of vegetables that has its own importance in Indian cuisine and tastes great in any form. Kalchina Vankaya Tomato Pachadi or Roasted Eggplant Chutney, using brinjal is a famous chutney in the Telugu cuisine, which boasts of its popularity for unique chutneys with fresh vegetables. I’ve prepared this chutney today using mortar pestle. The flavour and texture is so …

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