Sunday, September 26, 2010

Recipes from Authentic Andhra Cuisine

I was away travelling extensively for some time now. So I could not keep in touch with you all. Read my latest post here:

But I have collected lots and lots of recipes, traditional and authentic Andhra Cuisine from various people -both men and women who are good cooks and also from different regions. I just need to cook them once so that I can give you some pictures to make it more clear.

Something like this.....authentic, traditional and yummy fare from Andhra......

I will try my best to post some as soon as possible.

So keep a watch on my blog.....

Monday, September 6, 2010


We women keep on buying some gadget or the other for using in our kitchens. Well I makes our lives easy and reduces our time and energy spent on cooking. Here is a small one I bought. Its a grater. It is also known as a shredder. Well I have other big ones but could not resist this.
This can be used for grating, cheese, butter, garlic, ginger, carrots, cabbage etc as well as dry coconut. The shreds are very fine, so I use it more for grating ginger and garlic as I don't have to grind them to a paste when the quantity used is very little and also when I don't have much time. I also use it for grating carrots, radish, dry coconut for garnishing. 

It has a peeler on one end. I feel it is a handy tool and much cheaper. What do you say.