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Rayalaseema Dishes That You Should Try Atleast Once

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Gongura Pachadi


Gongura Pachadi
A speciality of the chutney is that it may be made of green cold, red chilly and also with dry red chilly. Blend of gongura and red chilly chutney is also very famous. Let us understand to make this hot mouth watering chutney. Whenever someone is speaking about traditional dishes in Rayalaseema, Gongura Pachadi (Chutney) comes into his or her mind. It is among the very essential components in Costa cuisine. In certain parts of Rayalaseema, it's served with biryani additionally. In Rayalaseema they create various chutneys with Vankaya (brinjal), Allam (ginger), Tomato, Dosakai (Cucumber), etc. ),. But, Gongura chutney or patched is king of all chutneys.

Ragi Sangati
Ragi Sangati

Ragi Sangati/ Ragi mudda is the traditional food for Rayalaseema, it is the main course served hot. The main ingredient for ragi Sangati is ragi flour itis acquired from the grains of ragi/finger millet. Ragi Sangati is a rich source of calcium, protein and fibre, helps to reduce the cholesterol level. Ragi flour doesn't have a powerful taste. It's served with the blend of poultry gravy prepared from country chicken by adding masala, spices to it. In fact, country poultry is bred by local farmers mostly cooked by itself.
Pachi Pulusu
Pachi Pulusu

Pachi Pulusu is among the most frequent foods that are served in most of the areas and ready without heat/stove. It's ready with tamarind soup that's spicy, light and watery consistency. This dish is ready with tamarind with onions, chillies, jaggery/ sugar with a few another aromatic tempering. It's ready in largely in summer to decrease the body warmth. Pachi Pulusu cools your system instantly and fastly. Mostly when people experiencing fever will nourish this, to digest easily. 
Kandi dosa
Kandi dosa

Kandi Attu is the renowned food in the area of Rayalaseema. Main Ingredient is Thor Dal. Kandi Attu is mainly taken in breakfast. The flavour of this refers to the flavour of the true thor dal. It's prepared by soaking the thor dal in water and combined with rice. The batter is in the shape of pouring consistency and it's poured from the Tawa and using some oil onto it and served with chutneys.
Borugula Upma
Borugula Upma

Borugula Upma is mild and simple consuming famous food at Rayalaseema. It's well-known as Ugani in Karnataka. Made with puffed rice, tempering with onions and chillies including spices and also have a Wonderful feel and garnish with lemon and ready in minutes it implies that it will not take a while to possess the flavour of Borugula upma


Natukodi Pulusu
Natukodi Pulusu


Add the curry leaves to it. Wash the chicken pieces and keep aside. Now add turmeric powder and salt. After frying for 5 minutes add the ground paste to it. After mixing well add coriander powder to it. So pour about 3 glasses of water to it. Add chilli powder. If the onions are fried add the chicken pieces to it. Now add the ground spices. It takes more amount of time and water for the nation chicken to cook than the normal ones. .Now require a pan and heat oil and add chopped onions into it. Grind coconut,poppy seeds,garlic, ginger and one onion into a smooth paste. And simmer for another five minutes.
Gunta Ponganalu
Gunta Ponganalu
Gunta Ponganalu is one of those famous and traditional food things of Rayalaseema and Karnataka states. The consequences of ponganalu are soft and smooth crispier outside and smooth inside. In some regions, it's packed with onions, chillies, curry leaves, coriander and cumin seeds for taste. It's created with all the batter of dosa. It's served with peanut butter or pudina chutney.
Alasanda vada
Alasanda vada

Alasanda vada belongs to the family of vada/ gare. The main ingredient for these items is alasandalu/ black eye peas. These are prepared by frying in oil and also the shape of doughnuts, outdoors will be crispy, golden brown in colour and soft inside. Served with coconut chutney, ginger chutney.
Bobbatlu
Bobbatlu
1. Require peni ravva or sooji, maida, the pinch of salt, some oil and mix well. Insert the required water to generate dough. Make the dough a bit lose. Mix 1 tbsp of oil in the mix and keep the prepared dough aside for one hour.
 2. Take coconut, jaggery and cardamom in a jar and grind it in to smooth paste. Mix well and make the dough into small lemon size chunks.
 3. Require maida dough and make into lemon sized chunks. Press on the thick plastic paper base and grease it with oil and press it into little size poori. Put the coconut ball in the middle of this poori to make the round form. Press them with hands to generate poori size round form. 4. Preheat skillet or pan and wash it with 1 teaspoon oil. Set the coconut batter poori, when it will get a tiny brown spray on the oil and fry it on the opposing side.


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