15 non-veg delights of Andhra Pradesh that will make your mouth water!
Andhra Pradesh has always been a foodie place; with flavours that are a blend of North and South Indian cuisines. When one talks about non-vegetarian foods in Andhra Pradesh, the rich sea-food of this region is something that can’t be left out. Here’s taking a look at 15 best non-veg delights of Andhra Pradesh.
Non-veg Delights in Andhra Pradesh:
1. GONGURA CHICKEN:
It is one of the most common dishs prepared in Andhra. The chicken is blended in red sorrel leaves giving a tangy taste that will make your mouth water.
2. PULASA IGURU:
Andhra Pradesh having a majority of the state in coastal region, you will find a variety of fishes. And Pulasa is perhaps the best of them all! Its taste supposedly increases depending upon the number of days it travels in red water. Worth a try. Make sure you have 5000 bucks ready to buy it!
3. NELLORE CHEPPALA PULUSU:
This tangy preparation made of a blend of tamarind, ginger, garlic and seasoned with delicate spices is a signature dish of Nellore.
4. BAMBOO CHICKEN:
Yes! You read that right! Chicken is slow-cooked in Bamboo; without the use of any oil. It is worth a try when you go to Araku.
5. KHEEMA WITH COCONUT:
Minced meat cooked with the soft slurping taste of coconut milk is something which you need to taste.
6. PRAWNS IGURU:
This is a simple dish which is loved by every one but it is most popular in Bhimavaram.
7. BOMMIDAILA PULUSU:
The name might sound strange but the taste isn’t. Bommidala is again this famous fish which is found in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Those delicate fishes cooked in that steaming hot curry would taste the best when eaten with rice.
8. CRAB MASALA:
The crunchy and crispy layer of the crab filled juicy filling is made in south India as a dish. This does not have much gravy nor is fried. It is more of a bbq styled dish.
Non Vegetarians over there? Mark this as a must try dish.
9. GUDDU KOTHI KORA:
In this dish, the egg is divided into halves or beaten up and cooked with spices and freshly ground coriander.
10. MAVUDIKAI CHICKEN:
Mango being the king of the fruits can also be mixed with non-veg. Chicken sautéed with olive oil, and accompanied with a silky flavour of sour Mango juice, is a simple yet an elegant dish.
11. VANKAI PEETALA PULUSU:
Haven’t ever seen Brinjal with Crabs? But here is the dish with this unique combination. Try it once and you’ll be in love with it!
12. PRAWN EGG IGURU:
Prawns are mixed with ground poppy beans and eggs and fried!
13. DOSAKAI MUTTON:
A dish popular among Telugu people, this gives mutton a subtle flavour of fresh cucumber.
14. SORRA PITTU:
This dish serves as one of the favourite dish to many people. Made of shark fish, it is simple and easy to make. It goes well with Sambar, rasam and rice. The best part is, this preparation ensures there are no bones!
15. CHICKEN HARA BHARA:
They say greens are good for health and when you combine that with Chicken, it is one of the tastiest dishes possible!
Which of these have you had before?? Let us know!