kothu_parotta

I guess all my Tamilian visitors and friends know this better than me… ūüôā “Kothu Parotta”. ¬†Isn’t the name interesting???!!¬†“Kothu Parotta” literally means minced parotta(roti) and happens to be a popular street food in Tamilnadu. I have tasted this few times in my childhood not even knowing it’s name. It’s a yummy snack and for those who love egg, you’ll love it. It can be a wonderful breakfast idea too. So, if you have any chapathi left overs, this is the best way to use them ūüôā Here the recipe goes.. ¬†Happy Cooking! Just a clear statement : I really don’t know the exact, traditionalRead More →

dosa

‘Dosa’ is the king among all the south indian breakfast dishes. Specially in Andhra Pradesh. A must dish to be included in Breakfast almost every week. Who doesn’t love it once tasted! A simple plain dosa is a fermented crepe or which looks like a pancake made with the batter of soaked rice and soaked black lentils/black gram(urad dal/minappappu). This dosa can be turned out into ‘n’ number of variations of your choice. Sometimes there goes a Dosa mela(Dosa fest) at restaurants with minimum of 30 and more dosa varieties. Interesting isn’t it! I will bring out to my blog as many as I canRead More →

Pullattu

Pullattu (Sour Dosa) is one hit dosa recipe. Dosa is a wonderful, flavorful Andhra’s breakfast item. Dosa can be made with ‘n’ number of variations and each one of them would make us equally tempting. No wonder! It so happens that some of the restaurants go for a ‘Dosa Mela’ (serving atleast 30 varieties of dosa ) at times to attract the crowd. Let me list how many I remember.. plain dosa, masala dosa, ulli / onion dosa, pesarattu, upma pesarattu, egg dosa, karam dosa, chutney dosa, paneer dosa, palak dosa, rava dosa, godhuma dosa, pullattu, uthappam, veggie dosa, atukula dosa / sponge dosa…. OMGRead More →

Ingredients : 1 head fresh Broccoli 10 florets Cauliflower 2 Carrots 1 table spoon Lime juice Any Vegetable dresser Directions : Chop the florets of Broccoli head and Cauliflower. ¬†Take a heavy bottom wide pan with a very little amount of oil and heat it on a medium flame. As the pan gets warmed up, add the chopped Broccoli and Cauliflower florets, also the chopped Carrots.¬† Sprinkle¬†handfull¬†of water on the florets and mix them well. Now close the lid and allow them to cook until the pan gets dried up completely.¬† Now, remove the lid and add a pinch of salt and¬†black pepper to theRead More →

Sarvapindi is a traditional northern Andhra Pradesh favour-ate dish. This dish is very easy to prepare and the Ingredients are listed below.. Ingredients : 4 cups rice flour 1 large onion 1 tb garlic paste + cumin powder 1 cup sesame seeds 1 bunch onion leaves/chives 1 bunch cilantro 1 tb oma peanuts Red chilli powder/green chilli paste (As desired) salt to taste   Directions: Mix rice flour, sesame seeds, oma, garlic+jeera paste, salt, red chilli powder/green chilli paste, pinch of turmeric, fried peanuts made into small pieces, curry leaves,¬†chopped onion leaves and chopped cilantro. Boil 4 cups of water. Pour boiling water into theRead More →