Biyyam Vadiyalu | Homemade Rice Papad

Growing up, summers always meant and associated with couple of things. Like Vadiyalu or homemade vadiyalu, ice creams, milkshakes etc. Especially when I was in school, and we used to live in colonies where we had access to lot of space and loads of sunshine. We always had terrace and Amma always used to make […]

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E for Eggplant Chops

For the letter E, there was never a need to think of anything else. Amma had made this dish once and I decided this is what I was going to do for E. Of course I had to resort using the english name for this. Amma called it Kathrikai chops, going by the famous mutton […]

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Onion Curry | Easy Side Dish for Chapati

Onion Curry is an easy side dish for Chapati. Since it only needs a handful of ingredients it hardly takes much time to make this dish. Today is another special dish from Athamma’s mom, who used to make this dish when they were kids. Athamma has been telling me about this dish, which was normally […]

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Vankaya Munakkaya Senaga Pappu Kura with Ragi Mudda

Wish all my readers a Happy Ugadi. We had the regular Ugadi Special Brunch after the pooja was over. Today’s special dish is yet another Andhra special, featuring Chana Dal pappu with Vegetables. This makes a great pair with Ragi Mudda. We had a crunchy bite with the Ragi namak para on the side. Taking […]

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Coconut Rava Burfi | Thengai Rava Burfi

We are starting the second week of Blogging Marathon #27 and it’s themed on Traditional Dishes. India has so many different cuisines, even in one specific state, we have so many different regions coming up with its own style of cooking. To top this, we also have families that follow their own traditions, cultural specifications […]

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Pesara Punukulu | Moong Dal Fritters, Perugu Pesara Punukulu

For the final day of this edition, I am sharing another variety of fritters that can be offered as prasadam. This doesn’t have onions and has Urad dal mixed in to make it more healthy. I already have another version of Moong Dal Fritters, that had onions. While today’s recipe is slightly different. I also ended up making […]

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