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Authentic Andhra Recipes Collection / Telugu Vantalu

Collection of Authentic Homemade recipes that belong to the State of Andhra Pradhesh, India. Each recipe has step wise pics and tips.

Recipe Cooked, Photographed and Written by Praveena

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Andhra Pradesh, is one of the 5 states in the Southern part of Indian Sub-Continent. Its the largest state located alongside the Southern Coastal line.

Rice is the major food crop and staple food of the state. It is known as the ‘Rice bowlof India’. The other main crops of the state are Mangoes, Vegetables and Chillies.

And hence the recipes of Andhra are known for the most spicy of its kind. The main reason behind it is the vast growth of chilli crops across the state.

The Andhra Pradhesh Bhojanam / Platter, is a 3 course full-fledged platter that consists of podi, pappu, koora, pachadi, ooragaya, pulusu, chaaru, annam, appadalu, vadiyalu, vadalu, mithayi and perugu. You might check my Andhra platters here⇒⇒  Vindhu Bhojanam / Festive Lunch

For now, the below list has  55 recipes.  Click on each link below to get its recipe with step wise pics. 🙂 I have divided the entire list as per different categories of the South Indian MENU.

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Collection of 60+ Authentic recipes that belong to the State of Andhra Pradhesh, India. Each recipe has step wise pics and tips.

Click each link below, for its detailed recipe with step wise pics & tips

PODI / POWDER:

CHUTNEY / PACHADI:

PICKLE / OORAGAYA:

TIFFIN / STARTER:

CURRY / KOORA:

PAPPU / DAL:

PULUSU / SOUP:

SWEET / MITHAYI:

RICE:

Collection of 60+ Authentic recipes that belong to the State of Andhra Pradhesh, India. Each recipe has step wise pics and tips.

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2 comments

  1. Praveena, The list of your recipes brings memories of home to mind. I’m having tears. Did not have Dappalamu, Majjiga thotakura Pulusu, Punugulu, Podis & so many more for decades. Thank you.

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