Sailu's Network:
Indian recipes food blog with a focus on Andhra cooking
Indian Recipes food blog of Indian food, Andhra recipes, Indian vegetarian recipes and non vegetarian recipes, You will also find Indian snacks, bakes, Indo Chinese recipes, tiffin and dinner recipes.
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Media

Here you will find the articles and press mentions of “Sailu’s Kitchen”.

1. Sailu’s Kitchen featured in Nov 2011 issue of Harper’s Bazaar India magazine. Read here and here.

2. My interview with Spark – an online literary magazine. (Nov 2011)

3. Times Online (Times Newspapers Ltd UK) names Sailu’s Kitchen as one of the top 10 blogs for the home cook….”Drawn to this blog by my own love of Indian food, Sailu Garu’s website is, like the perfect roti, stuffed with good things to eat. She draws recipes not just from her home state of Andhra Pradesh, but from across India. Her enthusiasm and generosity reflects the very nature of this extraordinary country.” (link to the full article – 8th Feb 2009)

4. Times of India article ~ Friday supplement (‘What’s Hot’)

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5. My article on Summer Coolers with a South Indian flavor for Marie Clarie magazine (India edition) 2008 May issue.

Marie Claire Magazine - Summer Coolers
Summer Coolers for Marie Claire Magazine

Eight summer coolers recipes with images (including recipes done for Marie Claire) have been complied into a document where you can zoom, scroll and print. There is also a downloadable PDF file.

6. What’s Cooking? On the Food Trail.. ~ article featuring ‘Sailu’s Kitchen’ in ‘India Abroad’ magazine. …”And then, I discovered Weblogs devoted to food. Not only did I find Sailu and her brethren, I took to obsessively checking her site Indian Food & Andhra Recipes as well as Seattle-based Indira Mahanandi, the Saffron Trail, Shilpa of Aayis Recipes, Barbara at Tigers & Strawberries, the amusing husband and wife team Jai and Bee at Jugalbandi and many, many more every week for new recipes.” (link to the full article Oct 5th 2007)

7. My article on Ugadi (Telugu New Year) flavors at MetroMela. (April 2007)

8. Hot off the….blog!! ~ article in The Hindu Business Line. (Aug 2006)

  • Edlyn D’Souza

    Hi,

    My name is Edlyn and I work for the Asian Age in Mumbai. I wanted to do a trends story on the growth of food blogs with respect to Indian food. I was wondering if I can email you a set of questions. My email address is eeekster@gmail.com. Just send me an email and I will send you my Q’s as soon as I can.
    Looking forward to your reply.
    Edlyn D

  • Nandini

    Congrats Sailu, keep up the good work! Have been following your site with great recipes and pics for some time now and enjoyed making the dishes as well.

  • Mamta Karn

    hi dear
    i aslo have few questions for you if you can share your email id with me.here is my email adress “mamtakarn@yahoo.com”.

    • http://sailusfood.com Sailu

      sailusfood[at]gmail[dot]com

  • Deepti

    In today’s The times newspaper in UK. This blog has been reffered as one of tge best indian blog.

    • Deepti

      Please scanned copy for the same

    • Anonymous

      Thanks for informing me, Deepti and for sharing the scanned copy. Appreciate it very much. :)

  • Iqraan17

    hello sailu,can u tel me how to prepare dum briyani

  • Iqraan17

    hello sailu,can u tel me how to prepare dum briyani

  • Iqraan17

    hello sailu,can u tel me how to prepare dum briyani

  • kiran

    order food online @ http://www.hindustanfoods.com

  • Sanjit Sen

    Hi Sailu,
    Your recipe for Chettinad style chicken curry mentions ‘… 8 garlic flakes’ as one of the ingredients for the paste. Since, it currently not available(though garlic powder is) in the market in Bangalore, could you please suggest an alternative together with quantity to be used in the preparation.
    Looking forward to your reply at the earliest.

    Regards.
    sanjit sen

  • Pavani

    Hi Sailu garu,

    Can I have that pdf?? they look so salivating/ mouth watering.

  • Pallavi Barat-Prabhu

    I live in Brisbane, Australia and youre blog is my go to for most indian recipes. I have a 7 week old baby and find it hard to cook and clean in the short time i have to spare. your recipes has come as a blessing to me. Keep up the good work.