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Andhra Pradesh Recipes

'Andhra Pradesh' - 21 Recipe Result(s)

  • Gutti Vankaya Kura

    Gutti Vankaya Kura

    Chef Ismile from Andhra Pradesh teaches Aditya Bal a traditional vegetable curry. Gutti Vankaya Kura is a traditional brinjal curry.

  • Bommidayila Pulusu

    Bommidayila Pulusu

    Bommidayila Pulusu is a traditional Andhra fish curry. Andhra cuisine is known to be cooked with a generous amount of spices and aromatics.

  • Panasa Puttu Koora

    Panasa Puttu Koora

    A popular Andhra curry made with jackfruit. Jackfruit marinated in spices, tossed with masalas and served with steamed rice.

  • Gongura Mamsam

    Gongura Mamsam

    Venture into the heart of Andhra Pradesh to unearth a cuisine which is reputed to be the spiciest of all! Chef Srinivas Rao shares his recipe of a spicy Andhra mutton curry.

  • Punugulu

    Punugulu

    Punugulu is a famoust street food from Andhra Pradesh made with idli or dosa batter. Onions, coriander leaves, yogurt, idli mixture mixed together to form a thick batter and deep fried till golden.

  • Pesarattu (Green Gram Dosa)

    Pesarattu (Green Gram Dosa)

    Pesarattu is a dosa like preparation native to Andhra Pradesh. It is made with green gram eaten as a snack or a breakfast meal.

  • Chepala Iguru (Fish Curry)

    Chepala Iguru (Fish Curry)

    Marinated fish, fried and cooked in a rich gravy bursting with hot spices and mouthwatering flavours. Relish the gastronomic brilliance of this authentic Andhra fish curry.

  • Adrak ka Achaar - Andhra Style

    Adrak ka Achaar - Andhra Style

    Spicy, savoury and super easy to make, this traditional ginger pickle will entice your taste buds.

  • Keema Methi

    Keema Methi

    Keema methi is a traditional dish of Andhra Pradesh.This is a minced lamb dish flavored with fenugreek leaves.

  • Mirchi Bajji

    Mirchi Bajji

    Lovely green peppers stuffed with tamarind and coconut stuffing, battered and fried. A popular Andhra snack.

  • Poornam Boorelu

    Poornam Boorelu

    Poornam Boorelu is a traditional Andhra sweet. Dumplings made with black gram, jaggery, butter and coconut are fried in butter.

  • Andhra Prawn Fry (Royallu Iguru)

    Andhra Prawn Fry (Royallu Iguru)

    Palatable prawns cooked Andhra-style with curry leaves, coconut paste, red chillies and tamarind. A quick and easy recipe that will leave your taste buds tingling.

  • Low Fat Pepper Chicken Dry

    Low Fat Pepper Chicken Dry

    Enjoy the best of Andhra style chicken marinated in pepper, turmeric and cooked it subtle spices. This is a spicy chicken recipe for the calorie conscious.

  • Basundi

    Basundi

    An easy to make milk dessert gripped with the flavor of saffron, almonds and pistachios. Basundi is a dessert commonly made in Maharashtra, Gujarat and Karnataka. It is similar to rabdi.

  • Chicken Nizami

    Chicken Nizami

    With a flurry of aromatic masalas, luscious add-ons, creams and chicken, this recipe lives up to its name.

  •  Hyderabadi Biryani

    Hyderabadi Biryani

    Hyderabadi biryani is one of the most popular biryani recipe. Create it at home to make a mark at your dinner party! Half boiled rice layered with fried onions, mint, cooked mutton, sealed with dough ...

  • Hyderabadi Baingan

    Hyderabadi Baingan

    Straight from the royal kitchens of Hyderabad comes an authentic brinjal curry. Small whole brinjals are doused in a nutty gravy made with peanuts, tamarind and sesame seeds.

  • Prawn Pulao

    Prawn Pulao

    Aditya Bal cooks up his version of a traditional prawn pulao.

  • Bisi Bele Bhaat

    Bisi Bele Bhaat

    Bisi bele bhaat is a traditional dish from Karnataka made with rice, lentils, vegetables and coconut. It is similar to a khichdi.

  • Ariti Pooru Kobri

    Ariti Pooru Kobri

    Ariti Pooru Kobri is made from banana flowers, curry leaves, mustard seeds, red chillies and coconut. This dish hails from Andhra Pradesh, South India.

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