‘Panakam’ is one such drink which is made especially during Sri Rama Navami and Narasimha Jayanti and also acts as a coolant in summer.
Any dish that is simple, bland can become scrumptious because of the Midas Touch of Raw Mango Badhal. It is a great accompaniment for upmas.
Onion Rice as the name suggests it is a simple rice that is prepared with mostly left over rice. It becomes a perfect lunch box recipe on lazy mornings.
Anumulu Pulusu is made on Sankranti i.e. for Pongal festival. Markets are flooded with anumulu/motchai during the season and it is made with the fresh anumulu.
Vallarai Keerai Thogayal is a kind of chutney that is prepared with vallarai keerai. Served with rice topped with ghee, or as a side dish for Idli – Dosa.
Coconut dosa is usually made with a lot of dessicated coconut for softness but in this recipe we are going to achieve this by adding porridge to the batter. This dosa does not require any fermentation so you can make dosas right away!
Soya chunks kurma is a fantastic side dish for rotis/chapatis/parottas or any indian breads of your choice.
Brinjal Koora as the name suggests is a simple stir fry or koora made with brinjal. It makes a perfect lunch box recipe when mixed with rice.
Andhra Pappula Podi is a spicy rice podi that is made with various dals aka Pappulu (Telugu). It is mostly served in Andhra Mess as an accompaniment.
Sorakkai Pindi kooram is a simple dish prepared with moong dal and sorakkai (Tamil) or Bottle Gourd (English) or Lauki (Hindi).