MammusKitchen.com

Today's Featured

Sankranthi Special Payasam

Payasam/Pongali is the most important sweet made during Sankranthi festival. Payasam is made with newly harvested rice that still has its moist within, along with milk, jaggery and topped with ghee and nuts.

Click here to get the Recipe ยป

Chintapandu Pulihora

Chintapandu Pulihora is one of the famous festival and picnic item in Andhra. Cooked rice mixed with tamarind paste and fried peanuts along with other ingredients has a unique tangy taste, and last upto a day with refrigerating.


Click here to read more
Idly

Typical south indian breakfast item, which is very light and healthy. Idlys are usually served with sambar or chutney.


Click here to read more
Gatti Pakodi, Crispy Pakora

Onions coated with a batter of besan flour/sanagapindi, and deep fried till crisp.


Click here to read more
Rava Dosa

Instant Dosas made with Sooji, rice flour and all purpose flour. These crispy restaurant style dosas are quick to prepare and serves a great taste.


Click here to read more
Tomato Bath

Rice bathed with tomato and cooked along with some ginger garlic and other spices. Serves as a quick lunch or dinner recipe, goes good with raita or by itself.


Click here to read more
Cucumber Potato Curry , Dosakai Aloo Iguru

Very light and fast curry made with cucumbers and potatoes.


Click here to read more
Prawns Dum Biryani

Marinated prawns cooked with a variety of spices, layered with semi cooked basmati rice and cooked again to perfection.


Click here to read more
Amarnath leaves stir fry, Totakura Iguru

Amarnath/Totakura leaves cooked with onions and sauteed with coconut powder, green chili paste. High in nutrition, quick and easy to prepare.


Click here to read more
Gobi Manchurian

Gobi manchurian is a Chinese dish with Indian make over, incorporating chinese flavors with indian cooking. Cauliflower florets dipped in a batter laced with 3 types of flours, chili-garlic-ginger pastes, deep fried and again coated with sauces.


Click here to read more
Vada, Garelu with Dill Leaves

Vada/Garelu is a famous dish that can be served as breakfast, lunch, dinner or evening snack. Dil leaves mixed with grinded urad dal and deep fried, looks very appetizing and calms your hunger any time of the day.


Click here to read more
Potato Tikki Sandwich

Vegetarian Sandwiches, with Indian touch. Potato tikkis, arranged with lettuce, tomato, onions, avocado, and smeared with ketchup and mayonnaise. Quick recipe when you are in a hurry to prepare lunch or dinner.


Click here to read more
Spicy Karela Fry, Kakarakaya Karam

Kakarakaya/Bitter Gourd sauteed in oil to dark brown and seasoned with red chili-garlic powder, jaggery. This is my all time favorite dish from my grandma's kitchen.


Click here to read more
Sooji Halwa , Rava Kesari

Rava Kesari is a typical Indian sweet that's being carried over from generations in south India. This is served as prasadam in temples and festivals. Easy to prepare with very few ingredients available in most Indian kitchens.


Click here to read more
Hyderabadi Dum Chicken Biryani

Hyderabadi Dum Biryani is one of the most popular biryanis in south India. Chicken marinated with spices over night and dum cooked with basmati rice, incorporating the flavors in to rice.


Click here to read more
Zebra Cake

Zebra-striped cake made with patterns of vanilla batter and cocoa batter is one of the impressive looking cakes. It looks complicated to make but in fact its very easy to get the patterns.


Click here to read more
Ragi Semiya

Semiya boiled in water and cooked with onions, ginger, ragi flour and peanut powder. Ragi flour steam cooked with semiya is a protein rich item that goes into easy and healthy breakfast/tiffin menu.


Click here to read more
Pakoda with spring onion

Spring onions coated with a batter of chickpea flour/besan and deep fried. There are a lot of varieties in pakoda, this recipe is for the soft pakoda's and is the simplest one.


Click here to read more
Thai Fried Rice

Thai fried rice, also called Khao Pad(Khao means rice, and Pad means to fry) is very easy and fast to prepare. Cooked jasmine rice seasoned with soy sauce, sugar, salt, possibly some chili sauce, fish sauce, oyster sauce and basil leaves.


Click here to read more
Tomato Chana Dal Curry

Tomato gravy cooked with onions and chana dal with a touch of masala powder. This tangy tangy tomato is fast and easy to cook.


Click here to read more


culinary arts school guide