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Telugu Cuisine

The cuisine from the South Eastern coast of India is a flavourful blend of cuisines from three different regions—Coastal Andhra, Rayalseema, and Telangana (now a state). Also known as the 'Rice Bowl of India', this state is the largest producer of rice and red chillies, two ingredients generously used in Andhrite kitchens. Andhra Pradesh is home to a lot of delicious snacks and breakfast items such as Idli, Upma, Vada, Dosa, Pesarattu, and Atukulu. Scrumptious cooking options such as Pulusu, Charu, Rasam, Pachadi, Kura make a delicious Andhra meal. Bajra roti forms an indispensable part of the Andhra 'Annam' (daily Andhra meal). Pickles and chutneys are a must on this elaborate luncheon. The Andhrites are sweet lovers too. The popular sugary wonders include Laddu, Lakinada Khaja, Ariselu, Gavvalu, Payasam, etc.  

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  • Pappu Chekkalu

    These crisp, long-lasting poories are a popular snack made all over Southern...

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  • Panaka

    Panaka is usually prepared during Sri Rama Navami, a festival celebrating the...

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  • Shunthi Rice

    Ginger has a lot of health benefits which makes this dish a commonly relished one...

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  • Menthulu Annam

    Commonly known as methi, menthyada soppu (Kannada), venthayam (Tamil), menthulu (...

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  • Ragi Malt

    Ragi is a calcium-rich grain which helps cool the body during summer. One can...

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  • Majjiga

     Majjiga is an integral part of Andhra cuisine and no meal is complete without it...

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  • Menthu Kura Pappu

    Pappu or dal is an essential part of any Andhra meal. In an Andhra–style dal,...

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  • Tomato Pachadi

    A typical Telugu meal is considered incomplete...

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  • Venkaya Kothmira Kura

    Brinjal or eggplant is a much-loved vegetable in Andhra and Telangana, and these...

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  • Vepudu Karam

    Vepudu karam is a simple but aromatic spice powder used for many curry recipes...

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  • Nalla Karam Podi

    Nalla Karam Podi is hugely popular in Andhra Pradesh. Roasted red chillies, curry...

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  • Velluli Karam Podi

    This is another tasty podi (powder) from the kitchens of Andhra Pradesh. This one...

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  • Menthukura Pappu (Methi Dal)

    This one is a highly nutritious and flavourful arhar dal variation that is made...

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  • Til Chikki

    Til Chikki is one of the easiest food items to prepare. Its nutritional value is...

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  • Boondi Laddoo

    Diwali is never complete without gorging on delicious home-made Boondi Laddoos....

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  • Seven Cup Burfi

    The Seven Cup Burfi may resemble the softer version of the Mysore paak but is in...

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  • Lemon Bhath

    The first mention of Lemon Bhath can be traced to about four centuries ago in the...

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  • Arhar Dal Chutney (Kandi Pachadi)

    A much-loved dish hailing from the Guntur region of Andhra Pradesh, Kandi...

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  • Allam Pachadi

    Tangy delight loved across Andhra Pradesh

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  • Upma

    The most common breakfast item across India

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  • Pesarattu

    The most famous Telugu breakfast item

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