A classic among Sweet Potato Indian recipes is a tangy stew, Chilakada Dumpa Pulusu. Tamarind, jaggery & spices go into making this gem among Andhra dishes.
Vegetables cooked in bellam (teeya) pulusu aka stew absorb the flavors of spices beautifully and literally melt in the mouth. The mukkalu aka cut vegetables have a savory-sweet-tangy flavor from the spices, jaggery and tamarind which are the main flavor enhancers. A typical Andhra preparation and a popular one in our parts. The recipe I’m […]
Pulusu in Telugu means ‘pulupu kura’ meaning sour curry. Tamarind pulp (Chintapandu) is the main ingredient in Andhra pulupu kurallu which gives the dish a tangy flavour. Jaggery or sugar is also used in some of the pulupu dishes which imparts a sweet and sour flavour to the dish. Andhra cuisine consists of at least […]