Category: Ugadi

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Ugadi Recipes | Celebrate the Telugu New Year (March 25, 2020)

! Ugadi Shubhakankshalu!  Ugadi, the Telugu New Year, is a time of celebration with family and friends. This year, Ugadi falls on April 6, 2017. As with any festival, Ugadi celebrations involve a lot of food. Here are a few Ugadi Recipes that will help you celebrate the festival with fun and fervour. Some Ugadi Recipes...

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Holige Saaru or Obattu Saaru

Ugadi always means we make Bobbattu or Puran Poli at home. The poornam used to stuff this delicious sweet bread can also be used to make another sweet called Poornam Boorelu or Poornalu. This year I discovered yet another marvellous use for the poornam and that is to make Holige Saaru or Obattu Saaru. Also called...

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Poornam Boorelu or Poornalu

While I like Bobbattu (Obbattu/Puran Poli), I love Poornam Boorelu or Poornalu. This is a deep fried sweet that is unique to Andhra Pradesh. It is made with Poornam, the same filling used for Bobbattu. The Poornam is shaped into balls and dipped in a Udad Dal + Rice batter and then deep fried. Crisp and savoury...

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Ugadi – The Telugu New Year

????? ????????????! Ugadi Shubhakankshalu!      Ugadi, the Telugu New Year, is a time of celebration with family and friends. Here are a few recipes for dishes traditionally prepared on Ugadi: Ugadi Pachadi. All celebrations of Ugadi begin with the Ugadi Pachadi. Ugadi Pachadi is an amagamation of six tastes found in nature; sweet, sour, tangy, spicy, bitter, andsalty. The six tastes (shadruchulu)...