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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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Dasara Festival Special Dishes | Dasara Prasadam Recipes | Indian Festival Food Recipes | Dussehra Recipes Andhra | Happy Vijaya Dashami

Dasara Festival Special Dishes, Dasara Prasadam, Dussehra Recipes Andhra

Happy Dusshera to all my lovely readers!! I’m going to quickly share with you a glimpse of the Dasara Festival Special Dishes prepared at home. Hope you will enjoy!! Dussehra or Vijayadashami, is the day that follows the nine days of Navaratri. In fact there is a belief that the war between Ram and …

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Kobbari Poornam Boorelu Recipe | Andhra Poornam Boorelu Recipe | Kobbari Burelu | Kobbari Boorelu Recipe | How to make Burelu | Poornalu Recipe

Kobbari Poornam Boorelu Recipe, Kobbari Burelu, Poornalu

The festive season has begun and preparations for the days to follow are being planned in every household. Navratri to New Year is most cheerful time of the year. The absolute joy of seeing an array of delicacies prepared during festivities is the most satisfying feast for the tummy and eyes. Today, …

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Pachi Pulusu Andhra Style | Raw Tamarind Rasam | Andhra Pachi Pulusu Recipe | Easy Rasam Recipe Andhra | Quick Rasam Recipe | Pachi Pulusu Recipe Video

Pachi Pulusu Andhra Style, Raw Tamarind Rasam

Do you want to have something light, make it literally in a jiffy, no effort involved, yummy as well as a satisfying meal……then, Pachi Pulusu Andhra Style is exactly what you should be preparing right away!! This is what I call simplicity at its best!! This is a traditional Andhra style …

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Garelu Chicken Curry | Kodi Koora Ulli Garelu | South Indian Medu Vada With Spicy Chicken Curry Andhra Style | Minapa Garelu Kodi Pulusu

Garelu Chicken Curry, South Indian Medu Vada With Spicy Chicken Curry Andhra Style

Garelu Chicken Curry is a delectable combination of the very famous South Indian Medu Vada and  Classic Andhra Style Chicken Curry. No festive meal is complete without the classic dish “GARELU”. While most people choose to have medu vada in the morning, many of us love to binge on it as …

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Aratikaya Fry Recipe | Aratikaya Vepudu Andhra Style | Raw Banana Fry South Indian | Plantain Fry Recipe | Raw Banana Sabzi Recipe

Aratikaya Fry Recipe, Aratikaya Vepudu, Raw Banana Fry

Aratikaya Fry Recipe or Aratikaya Vepudu is a simple stir fry that calls for a few aromatic spices bringing immense flavour to the well roasted plantains. It’s flavour is all about simplicity. This vegetarian stir fry is a perfect side dish to rice along with sambar or rasam….and a papad …

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