Enjoy the best of Andhra style chicken marinated in pepper, turmeric and cooked it subtle spices. This is a spicy chicken recipe for the calorie conscious.
Bisi bele bhaat is a traditional dish from Karnataka made with rice, lentils, vegetables and coconut. It is similar to a khichdi.
It's a pickle, it's a chutney and it's just smashing! Made with sorrel leaves, this one is a real crowd pleaser.
Spicy, savoury and super easy to make, this traditional ginger pickle will entice your taste buds.
Palatable prawns cooked Andhra-style with curry leaves, coconut paste, red chillies and tamarind. A quick and easy recipe that will leave your taste buds tingling.
Lovely green peppers stuffed with tamarind and coconut stuffing, battered and fried. A popular Andhra snack.
Marinated fish, fried and cooked in a rich gravy bursting with hot spices and mouthwatering flavours. Relish the gastronomic brilliance of this authentic Andhra fish curry.
Venture into the heart of Andhra Pradesh to unearth a cuisine which is reputed to be the spiciest of all! Chef Srinivas Rao shares his recipe of a spicy Andhra mutton curry.
Straight from the royal kitchens of Hyderabad comes an authentic brinjal curry. Small whole brinjals are doused in a nutty gravy made with peanuts, tamarind and sesame seeds.
Hyderabadi biryani is one of the most popular biryani recipe. Create it at home to make a mark at your dinner party! Half boiled rice layered with fried onions, mint, cooked mutton, sealed with dough and slow cooked 'dum' style.
Poornam Boorelu is a traditional Andhra sweet. Dumplings made with black gram, jaggery, butter and coconut are fried in butter.
Punugulu is a famoust street food from Andhra Pradesh made with idli or dosa batter. Onions, coriander leaves, yogurt, idli mixture mixed together to form a thick batter and deep fried till golden.
An easy to make milk dessert gripped with the flavor of saffron, almonds and pistachios. Basundi is a dessert commonly made in Maharashtra, Gujarat and Karnataka. It is similar to rabdi.
Pesarattu is a dosa like preparation native to Andhra Pradesh. It is made with green gram eaten as a snack or a breakfast meal.
Keema methi is a traditional dish of Andhra Pradesh.This is a minced lamb dish flavored with fenugreek leaves.
Bommidayila Pulusu is a traditional Andhra fish curry. Andhra cuisine is known to be cooked with a generous amount of spices and aromatics.
Chef Ismile from Andhra Pradesh teaches Aditya Bal a traditional vegetable curry. Gutti Vankaya Kura is a traditional brinjal curry.
Aditya Bal cooks up his version of a traditional prawn pulao.
Chapala Vepudu is a delicious fish preparation from Andhra Pradesh, South India. Sear fish marinated in masalas, deep fried and tossed with onions and lime juice.
Ariti Pooru Kobri is made from banana flowers, curry leaves, mustard seeds, red chillies and coconut. This dish hails from Andhra Pradesh, South India.