Andhra Style Chicken Gravy with Step By Step Pictures

Andhra Style Chicken Gravy

Andhra Style Chicken Gravy is a spicy gravy made with chicken, coconut milk and a variety of spices. This gravy tastes equally good with both with ghee rice or chapathi. Over the years, we have prepared different versions of Chicken gravies. Each reflecting the moods and habits of the person eating that period. There are […]

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Aam ki Launji | How to make Aam ki Launji

Aam Ki Launji - Rajasthani Thali

Aam ki Launji is a quick and easy pickle to make with raw mango. This pickle is made by cooking the mangoes with spices and powders that make it a wonderful side dish for rotis. First of all when I decided to make a menu for Rajasthani Thali, I thought I could include so many […]

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Hotel Style Vegetable Kurma for Parotta

Hotel Style Kurma for Parottas is a recipe from a cook who sells parottas in a Madras. If Madras Street Food is famous for its eatery, then it’s the Biryanis and Parottas. Nowhere else will you find those flaky parottas made on the road side more prevalent than in Tamil Nadu. Today’s recipe is shared […]

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Aloo Sabzi | How to make Aloo Sabzi for Poori

Aloo Sabzi Recipe For Poori or Chapati is a basic sabzi recipe made with diced potatoes and an easy dish to prepare with basic ingredients available at home. This version of Aloo Sabzi can be served with stuffed pooris or regular pooris and parathas as well. Learn how to make Aloo Ki Sabzi with these […]

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Mutton Gojju | Andhra Style Semi Gravy Mutton Curry

Starting June I decided I will be more regular in this space and with that notion, I am sharing this Mutton Gojju that Amma makes quite often. I already have few variations of the gojju that she makes regularly. This was the recent addition and I wanted to make sure I record it here. We […]

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Mutton Semi Gravy | Mutton Gojju ~ Non Veg Thali

Since I extended the Indian Thali Mela, I was in no hurry to post all my thali recipes. However since I was posting the Mutton Gojju, made differently from the previous methods, decided to share that before getting into the other Thalis. With kids having their summer vacation, it becomes extremely tough to give them […]

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X – Chicken Fry

X Chicken Fry

X Chicken Fry is a delicious dry roast that works as a wonderful starter for your parties. This easy to make chicken fry can be done with easily available pantry ingredients. When I was thinking about reworking on the pictures, I wanted to make sure we make those dishes that are absolutely our family’s favorite. […]

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Kodikoora – Andhra Chicken Gravy

The delicious Andhra cuisine, is reputedly the spiciest and hottest of all Indian cuisine. When we think of Andhra cuisines, hot spicy gravies comes to mind. Especially if its a Non-Veg, no doubt it has to be spicy. Here comes a recipe undoubtedly spicy and deliciously. Well you might ask how I can know without […]

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