Mamidikaya perugu pachadi, an Andhra style green mango chutney made with raw mango, thick curd & tempering of Indian spices A classic, tasty Telugu vantakam
Category: Indian Chutney Recipes – Pachadi
Indian Chutney Recipes, Pachadi Recipes from Andhra
Mamidikaya pesarapappu pachadi, a tasty Andhra style chutney using raw mango, moong dal & red chilies. One of the best pachadi recipes among telugu vantalu.
Mamidikaya nuvvula pachadi, an Andhra style raw mango chutney preparation with sesame seeds or til and makes a delicious side with steamed rice mamidikaya nuvvula pachadi Mamidikaya nuvvula pachadi is a classic, traditional Andhra...
Mango raita recipe,a quick yogurt chutney or dip made with ripe sweet mango, curd (dahi) & Indian spice powders.Aam ka raita is the best among raita recipes
Mamidipandu perugu pachadi, an easy, Andhra style sweet mango chutney made with ripe mango, curd & Indian spices and best mango pachadi among Andhra vantalu
momos chutney recipe, an authentic, spicy red chilli chutney made with chilis & tomato that’s served with momos. How to make momos chutney or dipping sauce
Tomato pickle recipe made with heirlook fresh tomatoes & no garlic. How to prepare tomato pickle andhra style or tomato pachadi that’s easy, instant & best.
Mamidikaya menthi pachadi, an instant mango pickle recipe andhra style. How to make mamidikaya menthi baddalu or mukkala pachadi that’s easy, quick & tasty.
Bombay chutney for dosa, idli. A vegetarian dish that also goes with chapati, poori & roti. Learn how to make bombay chutney recipe with tomato andhra style
Ugadi greetings to all my dear readers. Ugadi pachadi prepared for our Telugu New Year. I hope all of you enjoy Ugadi festival with good food and cheer.
Red Bell Pepper Tomato chutney is an easy to make pachadi. A gem among South Indian vegetarian recipes, it works well as a dip or spread over sandwiches.
Simple chutney like Dondakaya pachadi with warm rice is comfort food for me. Andhra veg recipes boast of numerous chutney recipes that delight our soul.
Hotel style coconut chutney recipe – Subtly spiced and tempering with curry leaves gives the coconut chutney all the charm it needs to be your favorite side with dosa and idli.
Made Chettinad Tomato Chutney with idli for our breakfast today. I try to prepare a new variety of chutney recipe for idli and dosa.
We Andhras love our Pachadis (chutney/condiment) and in our home pachadis are revered. Seriously. Mom makes the BEST pachadis you can ever imagine. The aromas that fill the kitchen during the preparatory process is something that has to be experienced. For instance, take today’s pachadi which calls for green chilies. The aroma of green chilies roasting is simply intoxicating while the sizzle of tempered spices hold promise of an eternally pleasing meal to come.
Am blogging a favorite recipe today. It includes my favorite greens and vegetable – methi and carrot. Love the refreshing colors and flavor combination of carrot and fenugreek in a pachadi avatar. Clean, simple and delicious.
Lemon Cucumber aka Dosakaya is a cherished vegetable in Andhra cuisine. Pachadi (Chutney), Pappu (Dal) and Avakai (Pickle) are the common preparations. I have blogged a pickle as well as a pappu recipe using Dosakaya. Armed with firm, farm fresh Dosakaya, we prepared a tangy spicy pachadi that makes for a memorable side with rice and a dollop of ghee.
Today’s recipe differs from the earlier blogged Endu Tomato Pachadi in terms of the seasoning. Asafoetida aka hing is replaced with crushed garlic, mustard seeds and fresh curry leaves that are tempered in hot oil before combining with the tomatoes. This lends depth of flavor and strikes a balance between the acidity and fruity sweetness of sun dried tomatoes.
A perfect summer time chutney that makes use of farm fresh red tomatoes. Fresh coconut finds a place here but the pachadi highlights the predominate sweet-tart flavor of tomatoes and its gorgeous pink-orange color.
Fresh coriander is hard to come by during summer and when available, its exorbitantly priced. My vegetable vendor who supplies fresh vegetables, grown in his small farm, brought 2 bunches of fresh coriander. Delighted, I put my favorite herb to use by way of an easy breezy chutney to go with out morning breakfast, Dosa.
Home grown pudina along with fresh coriander leaves and plump, ripe, juicy red tomatoes from farmer’s market, sauteed with cumin, green chillis and split gram dal, blended to a coarse paste and tempered with asafoetida and curry leaves. Yields a simple, quick and satisfying pachadi that went down really well with Idli, our morning breakfast.