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Pholourie, Deep fried Trinidadian snack, Trinidadian Food, Guyanese Food, Deep Fried fritters,

Pholourie, Trini Style Split Yellow Peas Fritters

Pholourie is a spicy deep fried yellow split peas fritters. Fritters are crisp on the outside and fluffy on the inside. It is a popular street food in Trinidad and Tobago, and in Guyana, served with tamarind or mango chutney. The main seasoning for pholourie is scotch bonnet, garlic, scallion and cumin. Dough/batter is fermented…

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Cooking from Cookbook Challenge, CCChallenge, Rice Flour Crackers, Black eyed peas rice flour crackers, Bobbari Garelu, Bobbari Chekkalu, Chekkalu, Garelu, Telangana Food, Telangana Cuisine, Andhra Food, Andhra Cuisine, Telugu Food, Traditional Indian Snacks,

Bobbari Garelu ~ Chekkalu – Rice Flour Black Eyed Peas Crackers

While drafting the post this morning, when adding the links to posts I posted on this day in yesteryears, I realized today is my blog anniversary!! I can’t believe I started this blog 8 years ago!! The blog that I created to kill boredom, to record some of my cooking experiments has survived 8 long…

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Odappalu, Methati Billalu, Instant Rice Flour Garelu, Instant Rice Flour Vadai, Rice Flour Masala Poori, Telangana Food, Telangana Cuisine, Telugu Food, Indian Food, South Indian Food, Blogging Marathon, Journey Through the Cuisines, A-Z Challenge, A-Z Telangana Cuisine

Odappalu ~ Instant Rice Flour Garelu (Vada)

After a break on Sunday, we resume our A-Z Challenge culinary Journey Through Telangana Cuisine with letter ‘O’. Like the last two letters, my ‘O’ was finalized long ago and odappalu were my first and last choice for the letter. There aren’t any vegetables or food items starting with ‘O’ in Telugu, except odappalu. There…

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