Mouth-Watering Street Foods Of Andhra

Asgar Hussain
Mar 15, 2019   •  56 views
Mouth-Watering Street Foods Of Andhra

Tamarind Rice is a common rice preparation in the South Indian states of Tamil Nadu, Andhra, Karnataka. Puli in puliyodarai can be translated as "sour taste", referring to the characterizing use of tamarind as one of the main ingredients


Mysore bondais one of the popular snacks served in tiffin centres in Karnataka & Andhra. Bondas are made with stuffings like potato mixture or mix vegetables. But these are plain bondas that are lightly spiced but turn out crisp with a soft, fluffy and light texture inside.


Dosa is a type of pancake or crèpe originating from the Indian subcontinent, made from a fermented batter. It is somewhat similar to a crepe in appearance. Its main ingredients are rice and black gram ground together in a fine, smooth batter with a dash of salt.


POORI is an unleavened deep-fried bread, originating from South Asia. It is eaten for breakfast or as a snack or light meal. It is usually served with a savory curry or bhaji, as in Puri bhaji, but may also be eaten with sweet dishes. Puris are most commonly served at breakfast.


Bajji is a spicy snack or entree dish similar to afritter, originating from theIndian subcontinent, with several variants.It is a popular snack food inKerala,Tamil Nadu,Maharashtra,Andhra Pradesh,Karnataka,Assam,West BengalandOdishain India, and can be found for sale in street-side stalls, especially intapris(on streets) anddhabas(on highways).


Punugulu / Punukkulu is a Andhra snack and common street food in Vijayawada and few coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh. Punugulu is a deep fried snack made with rice, urad dal and other spices.