12 Famous Foods From Telangana Cuisine That One Must Try When In TS

12 Famous Foods From Telangana Cuisine That One Must Try When In TS

Telangana is a land of food. Tasty, rich food. You enjoy every kind of food in Telangana. There is a special place for rotis made from millet, such as Jonna Rotte (sorghum), Sajja rotte, or Sarva Pindi” and Uppudi Pindi (broken rice)

Today, we are going to take a look at some of the food items that culturally represent Telangana

1. Jonna Rotte (Jowar Roti)

With Jowar being a major crop in the majority of districts in Telangana, Jonna Rotte serves as a staple food of Kamareddy villages.

2. Makka Gudaalu and Makka Vadaalu

Corns are very popularly grown in Ankapur Village in Telangana state…Corn occupies a special place in Telangana foods such as Makka Gudaalu and Makka vadaalu…

3.  Gudaalu – Bobberlu

Prepared by Millets Bobberlu (Alisandhalu) followed by some onions, mirchi, green leaves, salt etc…

4. Otti chepalu Or Endu Chepala (Dried fish)

Otti Chepalu curry gets made as a sacred food (prasadam) for village goddesses like Pochamma Devi, Maisamma Devi… It plays a huge role in the village festivals of Telangana.

5. Ankapur Desi chicken

Ankapur chicken is a popular country chicken curry from Ankapur village, Nizamabad district, Telangana, India. The fiery chicken and its preparation are now considered one of the signature recipes of the Telangana Region.

6. Hyderabadi Biryani

Hyderabadi Biryani needs no introduction because it’s world-famous.

7. Sakinaalu, Appalu, Murukulu, Karam pusaa

These are our tasty snacks specially prepared during Sankranthi and Dasara festivals.

8. Kobbara Saddi

The nutritious delicious food was prepared during the Bathukamma festival.

9. Polelu, Bobbagtlu or Bakshalu

Bobbatlu is also referred to as puran poli, bakshalu, obbattu and holige. A must for Ugadi, bobbatlu are made with wheat flour stuffed with sweet-flavored lentils and a dash of Ghee.

10. Malidha Laddu

Telangana’s classical sweet dish. Specially made during the Bathukamma festival.

11. Double ka meetha

Double Ka Meetha is a Hyderabadi-style dessert made using bread slices, sugar syrup, and reduced milk (rabdi). It is popularly made for the festival of Eid and other special occasions.

12. Talakaya Curry

Bonalu is a regional festival, on that day where the goat would be cut and every part is distributed among the families, and curries are made out of that each part, the curry made out of the head is talakaya curry. Talakaya curry is a spicy curry, which is the most important dish on bonalu.

Mention your fav food and do comment If I missed any…

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