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December 29, 2016

I like to think of this dish as a distant cousin of French onion soup. Onions are cooked in a sour, spicy and sweet gravy till they are soft and have a mellow onion flavor laced with spices. Pulusu refers to a category of stews that have vegetables flavored with tamari...

December 29, 2016

Kandi pacchadi is a traditional Andhra delicacy. Pigeon peas are slow roasted till they are lightly brown and fragrant, they are then stone ground to a coarse texture with dry red chillies and cumin seeds. It is a super simple preparation and tastes divine with rice an...

December 21, 2016

This is the first recipe I learnt after I got married. It is my co sister Durga's recipe. She is an awesome cook, especially when it comes to traditional Andhra dishes. This is not a traditional recipe though, it's a fun quick easy no cook recipe. I like to call them m...

December 7, 2016

These are not your everyday pancakes. They are sweet, creamy, rich and decadent. The kiddo came back from school and it looked like he had a bad day. There is a saying in Telugu (my mother tongue) "peeta kashtaalu peetavi", meaning even a crab will have it's own proble...

December 6, 2016

My dad used to work in a bank that had branches all over the country. My parents are from south India. They lived in many towns in north India over the span of his career. Food habits are very different in different parts of India. South Indians are predominantly rice...

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