Yellow Cucumber Pachadi Recipe -- How to make Yellow Cucumber Pachadi

Hi, Good Morning. Thank you friends and viewers. Today I will post how to make Yellow Cucumber Pachadi Recipe.

Yellow Cucumber or Dosakaya as we call it has a mild sour taste. We make two varieties of pachadi, dal and stew with it. This pachadi is a quick recipe. We can make it in a jiffy. In my house, everybody loves it very much. Another best accompaniment for rice. I like it the way I prepare it, some people blend a portion of cucumber pieces also. If we blend them, the pachadi turns out to be sloppy. I like those raw cucumber pieces to chew, even my family also like it the way. Of course, it all depends on one's taste and choice.

Pesarapappu Pachadi Recipe -- How to make Soaked GreenGram Chutney

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I have already posted simple version of pesarapappu chutney or chutney with GreenGram. This chutney is made with the soaked green gram or moong dal. We can make it, either way, both are easy and simple. Both are served with rice only.
Here we soak moong dal for an hour and then add all necessary ingredients and grind them. Lastly, we add lemon juice to it.

Making of these kinds of chutneys and curries is very easy, no special tips are needed to make the dish tasty. Just we have to use best quality ingredients and add enough salt and spices. The dish would be made perfectly. They take very less time from ten minutes to half an hour. We get them very rarely to order them in restaurants.

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Thotakura Masala Curry Recipe -- How to make Amaranthus Masala Curry

Hi, Good Morning, Thank you, friends and viewers. Today I will post how to make thotakura masala curry Recipe.
This is another simple and easy curry to accompany with rice or roti. We can make different varieties of curry and also pulusu (stew) with this leafy vegetable.
I have already posted thotakura vadiyalu curry, thotakura undalu and thoTakura pulusu. we can make ava pulusu(stew with mustard masala) also with it as we do with bachalakura ava pulusu.
This leafy vegetable is good for digestion.

Nankhatai Recipe -- How to make Nankhatai

Hi, Good morning. Thank you friends and viewers. Today I will post how to make nankhatai recipe.
Nankhatai is an Indian eggless cookies. They are crispy and soft. They served as teatime snacks also. In my childhood days it was a big event in summer holidays when all cousins gather at my grand-mother's place. These were given as evening snacks to all the kids and we can have as many as nankhatais and whenever we want we can have them.
Making them is very easy and simple. We used to call them as bakery biscuits or simply home made biscuits. Those were the days we do not have oven at home. So, they were made in cooker. But I don't know how they used to made them in cooker, as I never tried. I started making them only after I bought my oven.
simple two minute video will help you easily understand the process.

Puliohra Avakaya Recipe -- How to make Pulihora Avakaya

Hi, Good morning. Thank you, friends and viewers. Today I will post how to make pulihora avakaya.
Thanks to Saraschandra for this post. Avakaya or pickles is what we Telugu people love and it is an integral part of our day to day life. Pickles with mangoes is the most interesting and important activity of the season. With different varieties of mango pickling available around, we start with small portions and simple varieties till we make the original real AVAKAYA. Once the avakaya prepared and ready to eat no one touches other chutneys and sometimes people prefer to have only it. Avakaya is a spicy pickle and can be stored for one full year.
Pulihora avakaya, maagaaya, turumudu pachadi, nune menthikaya and menthimukkalu are temporary pickles with mangoes. It is an activity in every household during summer season every year. Saraschandra my cousin is expert in making them. I just help her in mixing. She only prepared this recipe and I recorded the activity and uploaded it.
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Vegetable Dosa Recipe -- How to make Vegetable Dosa

Hi, Good Morning. Thank you, friends and viewers. Today I will post how to make vegetable dosa recipe.
The Taj Mahal Hotel in Abids, Hyderabad is very old and famous. They have some signature dishes. They are maintaining the taste for ages. I first visited the hotel in my childhood and had dosa and idli. After almost 25 years of gap again in last December, we had been to there. Even after so long gap, I could recollect all those tastes, because of their maintenance. They have opened another outlet in the upmarket area of the city, i.e. Jubilee Hills area. Last month we had been to there, this time Saye offered me to have Vegetable Dosa. I can simply say the taste was awesome. I still drool when I remember the taste of it.
I wanted to give it a try at home, but a bit hesitant of the taste. I don't know whether I can get the rich taste or not and also don't know whether it is liked by others or not.
With so many doubts in my mind and so much of hesitation, I tried this dosa last…

Jeera Rasam Recipe -- How to make Jeera Rasam

Hi, Good Morning. Thank you friends and viewers. Today I will post how to make jeera rasam recipe.
Rasam is a thin, very spicy South Indian soup made with tamarind juice and other spices as seasonings. It is normally served with other dishes. Not even a single day goes without having rasam at my place. It can be served with rice or can taken as a soup before meals.
We have different varities of rasams, like garlic rasam, blackpepper rasam, plain rasam, tomato rasam and inguva chaaru(rasam with asafoetida). These are very few names I have mentioned but there are so many varieties of rasams. Jeera rasam or cumin seeds rasam is another variety. I got the recipe from a vernacular new paper.
For a quick and easy reference I am posting a small video of the recipe also.