Sarva Pindi is synonymous to Telangana cuisine. A rice flour and lentils pancake style melt in the mouth savoury snack that is irresistibly tasty and equally healthy for any time
Spicy Telangana Tastes
Telangana recipes are known for their hot and spicy tones, but the unique blend of local spices and traditional cooking techniques present unique flavours that entertain and please every palate. Although Telangana is a newly formed state of India, its cuisine is an age old and established one. Hyderabad is the capital of Telangana state and is the food lovers' destination for Mogulai dishes and many Telangana specials like Mutton curry, Hyderabadi Biryani.
Hot, Spicy and Unique Flavours
Tasting Telangana Cuisine
Generous use of sun dried red chilli powder and fine local spices accelerate flavours of Telangana cuisine. Popular Telangana recipes like Kodi Koora (local chicken curry), Hyderabadi Biryani, Sarva Pindi and Sakinalu are never to be missed. The much loved street food of Hyderabad is famous worldwide. Although there is no coastal area in this state, the network of rivers provides enough seafood varieties for their appetite.
Do You Know?
Interesting to know these facts...
- The network of street cafes in Hyderabad city that sell Persian style spiced tea, lovingly known as ‘Irani Chai’, is one of the world’s largest chains.
- Street food in Telangana’s cities and towns is an unforgettable experience! From freshly made morning breakfast items with a chai to evening snacking items like Chilli Bajji and pan fried fish steaks that you can’t resist.
- Telangana recipes served in local restaurants are so tasty yet cheap and cheerful! You will be spoilt for choice to choose from in these traditional eateries.
Let’s Try Telangana Recipes
The south eastern state of India, Telangana offers plenty of traditional and moghulai recipes that are perfected for centuries. Each dish offers a unique experience with its character that resulted from the blend of local spices and traditional cooking methods.
Ginger chutney is a very popular recipe amongst the Telugu speaking families both in Telangana and as well as in Andhra states. It is punchy and flavourful making it a