Andhra Pradesh provides a rich and superior quality food. No doubt, the Traditional Andhra Pradesh food is also famous across the world. One can find the reflection of the rich cultural heritage, the regional flavors and Royal Nawabi recipes in Andhra cuisine. There is a high production of rice in Andhra Pradesh, that is why many veg and non veg dishes can be eaten with rice. Most common things being used while preparing cuisines are red chilies, green chilies, tamarind, coconut and other Indian spices.
Some of Traditional dishes are tamarind rice ,Gongura Chutney, Pesaratu, Pulusu, Avakkai Pickles made of raw mango, seasoned eggplant (GuttiVankaya Kura) etc. Other Andhra specialties are Rasam, different types of curd preparations, Sambar, Payasum etc. Famous snacks of Andhra pradesh are Chekkalu, Guggillu, Bondaalu, Mirapakyabajji, Boondi and many more. Famous non-veg dishes are chicken fry (KodiIguru), Gongura mutton, chicken gravy (KodiPulusu) .
Wherever you go in Andhra Pradesh, here different regions have different flavors and styles of cooking. One can easily find mouthwatering dishes that have unique tastes
The Telangana, initially was under the reign of Muslim rulers . Dishes of this region roots in Persian and Afghan In this region, famous dishes for vegetarians are Rasam, Ulliakkukura (spring onion curry), Karapu Annam (Chilli rice), and Kakaraya Pulusu (gravy made of bittergourd). For non-vegetarians, famous dishes are Chapala Pulusu (fish gravy) and Kodi Kura. During Sankranti festival, one special snack is also prepared , called as Sakinalu.
The coastal region of Andhra is known for its tasty and fresh seafood made of prawns and fish.
Here, Hyderabadi cuisines are the important part of Andhra Cuisines. Here once can enjoy the taste of world wide famous Hyderabadi Biryani . Hyderabadi flovours ranges from sour to sweet. There are lots of dry foods are included in Hyderabadi food .Other authentic dishes of Hyderabad are Murghka korma, Chakna, Dalcha, Katti Dal and Bhuna Gosht.
Famous sweets of Andhra Gajar ka halwa, Shahi Tukre, Sheer Korma, Bobbatlu and Putharekulu.
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