Poha Mixture ~ Flattened Rice Mixture

Poha mixture is a crispy, savory Indian snack with flattened rice, peanuts and fried gram. Poha is flattened rice and atukulu in Telugu. Atukula mixture is one of the easiest mixtures to prepare. Peanuts and fried gram are roasted along with curries leaves, chilies, cumin and mustard seeds, and then mixed with poha. It is […]

Wadiyalu

I could not think of any regional food starting with W, in this A-Z Challenge, Journey Through Telangana Cuisine. I had to twist the letter, just like I did with Q, to come up with a post for today. I have W for Wadiyalu, actually spelled vadiyalu. Wadiyalu are sundried crisps, sundried lentil balls, sun […]

Tamata Atukula Vadiyalu ~ Tomato Poha Vadi

Vadiyalu are sun dried crisps, sundried lentil balls or patties made with either lentils, vegetables or rice. Name of the vadiyam (singular) starts with the ingredient used, followed by the word vadiyam. Vadiyalu are either added to curries to enhance the flavor, can be eaten with rice or eaten as it is as a snack. […]

Baked Poha ~ Baked Atukulu ~ Savory Flattened Rice Cake

Couple of months ago when I saw baked poha recipe in Tarla Dalal’s email newsletter, I bookmarked the recipe, keeping this Bake-a-thon in mind. I was skeptical about the recipe but wanted to give it a try as I had some thick poha on hand and it is an easy recipe. To my surprise, it […]

Atukulu ~ Poha ~ Stir Fried Flattened Rice

After 5 days of eggs for breakfast, today I have a non-egg breakfast from India. Stir fried atukulu ~ poha ~ flattened rice ~ beaten rice is a common preparation in most of the Indian states with some variations. Growing up, atukulu was prepared at least once a week. It is quick to prepare and […]

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