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Recipes With Course: Side Dish

Hyderabadi Style Mango Pickle | Avakaya Pachadi

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Mango pickle is one of the most commonly made condiments in Indian homes. It is a spicy mango pickle made with raw green summer mangoes. This is tangy, spicy, and completely irresistible! Avakaya is one of the regularly used condiments to accompany rice, ghee, and plain dal. 1 Liter Peanut ...

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Bharwa Mirchi | Stuffed Chili | Stuffed Besan Mirchi

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Bharwa Mirchi is a simple, quick, and easy side dish of pan-fried green chilies stuffed with chickpeas flour and spices. Typically we serve green chili fry with a simple meal like Dal-rice, Sambar-rice, Khichdi.

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Oora Mirapakaya with Chintakaya | Sun Dried Chilies with Raw Tamarind

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Oora mirapakaaya, a traditional Andhra recipe and as the name suggests, is green chilis soaked in raw tamarind and sun-dried. These chilies are eaten as an accompaniment to dal and rice, and especially with curd rice.

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Chamadumpa Vepudu | Arbi Fry

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Chama Dumpa Fry is a crisp fried arbi (taro root or colocasia) from Andhra Pradesh. It is an excellent accompaniment to curd rice or sambar rice.

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Kakarikaya (Karela) Karam Podi | Spicy Bitter Gourd Powder

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Bitter Gourd powder or Kakarakaya Karam is an amazing dish spiced with all possible tastes from bitterness, tanginess, and spiciness, making this dish enticing and addictive. The simplest of ingredients bring about the splendid mix of flavors and texture that give a crunch and crispy taste.

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Vietnamese Style Grilled Five Spice Chicken

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It may not be in my best interest to admit this, but here goes nothing: grilling chicken scares me. It’s just too easy to get wrong. Black, cremated skin on the outside with an interior so pink that just looking at it might give you salmonella. Or worse, well-cooked flesh ...

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