Nimmakaya Atukula Pulihora or Elumichai Aval

I make Poha, Atukulu, or Beaten Rice for breakfast every week. I make it in very many different ways as: Kanda Pohe or with Onion Batata Pohe or with Potato Vangi Pohe or with Brinjal Matar Pohe with Peas Indori Pohe as made in Indore North Indian Style Poha with Fried Potatoes and

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Vankaya-Bangala Dumpa Mudda Koora (Eggplant/Aubergine with Potato) – 1

Vankaya-Bangala Dumpa Mudda Koora is a very simple and delicious bhaji that can be had both with rice and rotis. I make many versions of this koora and here is the simplest version. You will often find this koora being served at Andhra weddings! Ingredients Vankaya/Aubergine (Large) – 1/4 Kg Potato – 1

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Chaaru Podi – 1 (Andhra Rasam Podi)

Chaaru is Andhra’s version of Rasam. I learnt this version of Chaaru podi from my Ammomma (maternal grandmother), who used it in very ingenious ways. Ingredients Dhania/Coriander Seeds – 1 Cup Jeera/Cumin Seeds – 1/2 Cup Pepper – 1/3 Cup Method Grind all ingredients together to a fine powder. Store in an air-tight

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Anapakaya Koora or Sorakaya Koora (Bottle Gourd Curry, Lauki/Doodhi ka Bhaji) – 1

This particular version of Anapakaya Koora is an everyday dish from my repertoire. It is very simple and easy to make, and very healthy as well. All you diet conscious people, this one is for you. 🙂 This koora is also a great hit with the children because it is non-spicy.

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