Nirmala August 17, 2018

1. Dhaniyala podi :

This is the godsend gift when your taste buds are dead because of cold or fever and you don

2. Pulusu :

a tamarind flavoured liquid item that goes well with only a few vegetables (like Bhindi, chamadumpa/arbi) and fish! This item is unique to Andhra Pradesh. There is a buttermilk version of this too majjiga pulusu that is a favorite amongst many households and it can be called a typical Andhra dish too! No tamarind in majjiga pulusu though.

3. Boorelu :

Boorelu is the traditional sweet Indian dish in the Telugu festivals. It is made of balls of rice flour stuffed with coconut, sugar, and dried fruits. It is often served hot with ghee.

4. Palathalikalu :

Palathalikalu is a sweet dish made during Sankranthi in Andhra Pradesh, India. It is said to be very delicious. It is more popular in Guntur district.

5. Chicken lollipop :

Chicken lollipop is an hors d’

6. Dosa :

The sound of water sprinkled onto the pan is legendary! You feel hungry the moment you hear that . Unlike Idli, this batter can be prepared in the morning itself. Preparing the batter the previous night would result in the lip-smacking pullattu mostly savoured in AP only!

7. Popu or Talimpu :

Dal, curries, pulusu and chutneys are incomplete without a fresh, crunchy popu/thalimpu (seasoning/tadka). 2 teaspoons of oil, a pinch each of mustard and cumin seeds, few chilli seeds if you like it spicy, make it all splutter in hot oil and add it to the pappu/pulusu.