Rayalaseema is situated in the south-western side of the state of Andhra Pradesh.It includes the southern districts of Anantapur,Chittoor,Cuddapah and Kurnool.

People from this region take utmost care in what they take.Food in this region has a lot to offer to every tourist who travels through Rayalaseema.

Here we bring you the hand-picked list of best dishes in the region.

10. Sarva Pindi Attu.

This recipe is made with rice flour.This is consumed in the mornings as breakfast and also as an evening snack.

Sarva PindiSourceBlogspot

This is also famous recipe in the state of Telangana too.

9. Alasanda Vadalu.

Alasanda vadalu made of black eyes beans – deep fried patties. It is usually prepared during Sankranti Festival and served with Chicken gravy or Vegetarian kurma for vegetarian version.

Alasanda vadaSourceTalimpu

8. Kandi Dosa.

This dosa is made out of rice, toor dal and yam extract. Generally this breakfast prepared in Kadapa.


7. Borugula Upma.

Puffed rice is a grain made from rice and is usually eaten as a street food or breakfast item or as an evening snack. It is also called as borugula upma but commonly called as uggani in telugu lingo.

Borugula UpmaSourceSailusFood

6. Gunta Ponganalu (Punugulu).

Ponganalu  is a traditional snack item of Rayalaseema. It is a fluffy and smooth food item made mostly in the Kurnool and also in Vijayawada(Coastal Andhra).


5. Pachi Pulusu.

In Rayalaseema this is widely prepared instead of Rasam.There are few other versions of Rasam.This the simplest version of all.

Pachi PulusuSourceTalimpu

4. Naatu Kodi Pulusu.

Country chicken cooked in a very spicy way is an all time favorite of rayalaseema non-vegetarian  people.Though this is not  as spicy as usually made, it tastes the same.

Naatu Kodi PulusuSourceYohyoh

3. Gongura Veta Mamsam.

An authentic Andhra non-vegetarian meal is incomplete without Gongura Mamsam (Wild meat), an absolutely delectable, mouth-watering dish.

Gongura MamsamSourceYtimg

Anantapur serves the best Gongura Veta Mamsam (Wild meat).

2. Mutton Kheema Balls.

Authentic Rayalaseema dish.

Mutton Kheema BallsSourceYtimg

Kheema balls are made from minced meat and cooked in onion and lemon juice.

1. Raagi Sangati.

No meal is totally complete without Raagi Sangati in Rayalaseema.
Ragi SangatiSourceBlogspot

Best served with Naatu Kodi Pulusu.

Grab your meal.!

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