Palakayalu are small, deep-fried, crispy balls made with a rice-flour dough. These are made in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. These are a perfect tea-time snack.
Crisp, spongy and tasty sabudana bonda is made differently. What sets apart sabudana bonda is its sour taste and spongy texture from inside. Enjoy this tasty bonda with tomato ketchup/dhaniyala kharam/coconut chutney/any pickle of your choice.
Fresh, vibrant, and absolutely BURSTING with flavor, you’re going to love this versatile and wonderfully delicious chutney. The flavor is really unlike anything you’ve tasted before. It can be served with rotis and dosas.
Broccoli and Bell Pepper are not traditionally used in Indian cooking, but they take to Indian spices very well. With these tasty ingredients on hand, take a stab at this colorful mixed vegetable recipe.
Stuffed mirchi bajji are much popular in the states of Andhra pradesh and Karnataka. Most people enjoy these during the monsoons. These are yummy street food snacks.
Nippattu Masala Chaat Recipe is a South Indian speciality found mostly in the southern region of India. Crispy flat savoury crackers called Nippattu or Thattai is topped with a mix of onions & carrots and a drizzle of the sweet and spicy chutneys.
Majjiga Pindi recipe is an easy recipe, famous in Andhra Pradesh and most parts of India. A quick and simple breakfast recipe. Rice with Curd, gives a tangy taste to the upma, makes it taste like heaven.
This is the legendary street food recipe from Tamil Nadu called the rottu kadai kalan. Kalan is mushrooms. Though the name says kalan, it’s made with a combination of cabbage and mushrooms. The cabbage adds a nice volume to the dish as well as flavor.
Murukulu also is known as Janthikulu is a very popular savory snack in South Indian cuisine. One of the best dishes to make for this Diwali. This is my mom’s unique recipe. She learnt it from her mother.
It a healthy streetfood. It is super easy to make and tastes awesome. It’s a good evening snack.