This is a simple and easy breakfast recipe from Karnataka cuisine. It’s tasty, healthy and you can use basic ingredients from your kitchen to make this yummy recipe.
Pappula Podi or Putnala Podi is a super simple Andhra podi recipe which is easy, quick and all purpose podi. It can be mixed with rice,…
Bhel Puri recipe is known for its flavour and taste. The real taste of bhel puri chaat recipe lies on the sweet and green chutney used in this recipe. It’s a quick and perfect snack for all.
A traditional Andhra style snack made with rice flour, Chana and moong Dal. It is a unique deep fried snack recipe made during festivals or just as a tea time snack.
Methi Paratha is a healthy and tasty paratha stuffed with fresh fenugreek/methi leaves and other spices. It is an ideal recipe for lunch boxes and a quick breakfast recipe for all.
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.