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  • Dondakaya Ullii Paatoli Vepudu (Tindora/Ivygaurd with fried onions)
    on Sep 18, 2012 in Vegetarian Curries
      Ivy gaurd also known as Tindora (hindi) , Dondakaaya (Telugu) and kovakkay (Tamil) is one of my favourite dish. Best thing about this receipe is its crispy, tasty, less oily and can be prepared in just 15 minutes. Tindora or ivy gaurd pieces c...
  • Srilankan Fish Curry
    on Sep 18, 2012
  • Hyderabadi Chicken 65
    on Oct 30, 2009
    Hyderabadi chicken 65 has got its own taste cutomised much to local hyderabadis. This dish is a most popular and highly consumed dish. From a small cart to a star rated restaurant, people go gaaga over it! Take a walk or a drive through any populated...
  • Tea time snacks (Bajji masala and corn scoop chatpata)
    on Oct 22, 2009 in Veg Apetizers
    Bajji masala takes simple aloo/aratikaayabajji (potatoe/plantain slices coated with batter and deep fried) to a next level with its mouthwatering stuffing sweetly called masala. This yummy recipe is associated with many childhood sweet memories. On a...
  • Chivda Chat (Bhel Puri style) (Poha/Rice flakes/Atukulu mixture chat)
    on Oct 15, 2009 in Chats
    This is a most simplest and yummy recipe. In my childhood, during summer holidays, mom used to treat us with spicy, crispy and yummy chivda chat (mixture chat) followed by homemade icecream/juice. You can prepare chivda and preserve fresh for almost...
  • Happy Diwali
    on Oct 14, 2009 in Festival Quick Ref
    Diwali.....A festival of lights is my favourite festival. Celebrating diwali without sweets is much like celebrating diwali without crackers. On special occasions like Diwali, fireworks and yummy sweets and snacks go hand in hand. I wish all my frien...
  • Bread with Dry fruits Halwa (low fat)
    on Oct 14, 2009 in Festival Quick Ref
    Dry fruits are very often given as gifts during diwali. We may receive from friends, relatives and even from our employers. We can use these dry fruits to make few quick and yummy sweets such as bread halwa and dry fruits kheer. IngredientsBread sli...
  • Royyala Pakodalu...Shrimp Pakodas (less oil...redefining fries)
    on Oct 13, 2009
    Royyalu aka Shrimps, prawns are my favourite sea food. This crispy recipe is simple, easy and less oily. Yup...less oily...fries need not always be deep fried.....redefining fries is my motto!IngredientsCooked jumbo sized shrimps - tails on or off as...
  • Heritage of Hyderabad
    on Oct 7, 2009
    'Hyderabad' a hub for delicious food and heritage is my native place. I am proud to be a hyderabadi. If you ask people what they like the best in hyderabad...first thing they say is food, irani chai and then chaltha hai hyderabadi language. Hyderabad...
  • Bendakaaya/Bhindi PEANUTS FRY (OKRA)
    on Sep 30, 2009 in Veg Dishes
    Okra also known as bendakaya(telugu), ladies finger, vendakaay (tamil) and Bhindi(north India) is a healthy, popular and frequently consumed vegetable by most of Indians. This recipe is simple, rich and a great delight for vegetarians. You can often...
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