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We prepare lots of holiges like Hoornada holige(Pappu Obattu) ,Coconut Holige, Sogasu Obattu, Sajjige Obattu(Sajjappa), Garugu Obattu and Paala Obattu(Haalu Holige) which tastes best on its own and has its own importance for the festivals. Although my regular cooking is very much modernized, I still prefer to indulge in the traditional dishes occasionally and...
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Gongura(Red Sorrel leaves) is very famous in Andhra Pradesh especially for its various varieties like Gongura Pacchadi(Gongura chutney),Niluva Gongura Pacchadi(Gongura pickle) and Gongura pappu(Gongura Dal), Rice and also some fusion side dishes to pair with rice or rotis.Whenever I find these greens I never miss a chance to prepare Gongura Pacchadi as it is...
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Mixed vegetable kurma is an aromatic curry usually served with phulkas/ chapathis / puris. This curry is found very often in South Indian restaurants and is often categorized simply as sometimes as... ]
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Usirikaya Pacchadi (Chutney) is a simple Pacchadi recipe which goes well with plain steamed rice or curd rice or few breakfast varieties like idli and dosa.It can be prepared in no time if we have the preservedready. I have already posted how to prepare the Niluva Usirikaya Pacchadi (preserved) recipe.We usually prepares two kinds...
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A typical south Indian meal is incomplete without a Podi(spicy powder).We prepare various podi varieties,while few are paired with breakfast others with rice.Mom makes various podi varieties and she always packs a few varieties for me when I visit her.Her Kakarakaya(Bittergourd) podi is quite tasty and is the most favorite one at our home.Coriander...
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It is surprising that we eat Rice often and yet I had not made Lemon Rice ever! From childhood memories, there was one Holi (the color festival of India to welcome Spring season) when my mom had prepared Lemon Rice. After the exciting morning playing colors with friends and family, the Lemon Rice was...
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