Thursday, June 23, 2011

Godhuma Laddu / Wheat Flour Laddu

Laddu.. the most mouthwatering Indian sweet. There are pretty much varieties of Laddu but, this is something new for me. Recently happened to taste it in a party here. It really tasted so superb that I could not wait getting the recipe from Anu! And the most interesting thing here is the preparation time for the Laddu mixture is jus 15 min. Amazing right?? Whenever you have an unexpected guest, just go for this.. U'll have jet fast delicious Laddoos!!!

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Pesarattu / Moong Dal Dosa

'Dosa' is as known, a very intresting yummy Breakfast dish accompanied with Spicy Sambar and a cup of Coconut chutney. There are yet more varieties in the same category! Among all the varieties of Dosa's.. the top places are occupied by 'Masala Dosa'(Aloe curry stuffed Dosa) and the 'Pesarattu'. When I have started the blog, topping with the Indian dishes, I knew.. few very common and most tempting recipes would definitely be there! This is one among them :)

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Minapa Vadalu / Medhu Wada

This is the most famous/regular traditional festive food. Vada and Pulihora(Tamarind/Lemon Rice) are two such dishes, that are made on almost every festival day. This dish goes very yummy when accompanied with Tomato chutney / Allam Chutney / Coconut Chutney. This is a calorie food but, can try it once a while occasionally!!

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Ullam Rotte / Che Rotte

Who is the Summer King???? Yeah.. Mangoes!!! The best of the seasonal fruits.. Sad, I miss them here :( !! Wanna chill with the Sweet juicy Mangoes..?? Here.., I introduce this recipe, popularly known as "Che Rotte" aka "Ullam Rotte". One of the popular Telangana region's(district of Andhra Pradesh) recipes. A quite different kind of Roti/Rotte. A very heavy food. Wondering how do I make a roti with the Mango juice??!!

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Kobbari Annam / Coconut Rice

Coconut Rice is a very famous Indian recipe which is normally made on the festive days after the Puja most of the times. As, we break the Coconut in the end of the Puja, we get a fresh Coconut. So, instead of taking the coconut directly, this a yummy way of taking it. There are two varieties of Coconut rice. One is made with the Coconut milk/Cream, and the other with the shredded Coconut. Both differ in their taste but equally make the thali a delightful one. Check this one with Coconut milk/Cream.