Aug 27, 2010

# Andhra recipes # Curries

TEASEL GOURD FRY

Simple, easy to prepare and very tasty fry.
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TEASEL GOURD FRY ~ AKAKARAKAYA VEPUDU
INGREDIENTS
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Teasel gourd - 1/2 kh (wash, wipe and halved)
Oil - 2 -3 tbsp
Salt - as per taste
Red chilli powder - as per taste
PROCEDURE-
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Heat oil in a cooking vessel and fry teasel gourd pieces until golden brown in colour and crisp. Add salt and red chilli powder. Mix all the ingredients well and cook for 1-2 mins. Remove excess oil if any and then off the flame. Transfer the contents into a serving bowl. Serve hot with rice and a dollop of ghee. Ahhhhhhhhhh........... i wish i had my lunch on time. Bcoz of this night shift chakkar i m unable to do so and missing these things very badly.

19 comments:

  1. Aakakarakaya vepudu, yummy enni sarlu thinna kothhagane untundhi kadhu chaithra.

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  2. have seen this in markets.never attempted to buy.looks very interesting

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  3. Hi Chiatra,
    How are you and your new job?
    I love these gourds! but do not get in my place :-(
    Lovely clicks.

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  4. looks yum ,delicious and mouthwatering....wonderful pics n lovely presentation

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  5. It looks tasty. Is that bitter melon or bitter gourd?

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  6. wow never tried this veggie yet...cute flower :)

    looks yumm !!

    Lavanya

    www.lavsblog.com

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  7. Nice arrangement and the fry looks tempting .....

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  8. I am trying to remember what we call this as I know mom has prepared it few times. The looks are like Karela, but the taste is not. Great recipe.

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  9. Lovely flower arrangement... Love the fry too... looks very scrumptious!!!

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  10. These are my fav..looks mouthwatering!

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  11. A delicious dish and so beautifully presented!

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  12. Very nice recipe.. looks too good.. Delicious !!

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  13. Looks new to me..well presented

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  15. that flower is very interesting!

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  16. Inviting bittergourd. Delicious..

    Hamsamalini Chandrasekeran,
    http://indianyummykitchen.blogspot.com

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  17. woww..this looks delicious chaithra.. loved the presentation.. i was going through my old posts n saw your comment in one..im so sorry in d delay i made to visit your space.. my 8month old baby is keeping me busy and away from bloggging..you have a beautiful space and im happy to follow u.. :)

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  18. looks yumm .my favorite bitter gourd .lovely flower presentation ..on going event on http://savorindian.blogspot.com/2013/12/event-announcement-cooking-with-green.html

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