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Perugu Pacchadi

Perugu Pacchadi
Perugu Pacchadi: Refreshing Preparation with Perugu, Onions and Popu
From Bharath for Jihva Onions at Radhi’s Kitchen

~ Indira

Posted by Indira©Copyrighted in Amma & Authentic Andhra,Jihva For Ingredients,Red Onions,Shallots,Yogurt (Friday February 1, 2008 at 12:02 pm- permalink)
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  1. Hello..i regualry follow ur website and have tried many recipies…all thoroughly enjoyed by my family to…i have been trying to ge the recipe of perugu pachadi,but un able to do so..can u please tell me how to do it?

    thank u

    Comment by rajani — February 11, 2008 @ 11:31 pm

  2. Hi there…I LOVE your blog. A Tamilian growing up in Vizag, I took great Andhra food for granted…..never realizing i would miss it so much once I left home to explore the big bad world. Your blog connects me back with the lovely flavors of home. Your recipes are fantastic and soooo authentic. Dont let ANY negative comments get to you, keep up the awesome work, you have a loyal following!

    Comment by Sandhya — February 17, 2008 @ 9:43 am

  3. Hi Indira,

    I have been trying lot of recipies from your site for about two months now.
    This is a really neat site with good pictures and nice recipes.

    I hail from Rayalaseema. I visited Nandyala when I was a child (my pinni used to stay in Nandyala). So I can connect with some of your recipes.

    We also make perugu pachadi and the one we make with Onions we call it majjiga chaaru.

    I don’t find your recipe for this on your site or on Radhi’s kitchen.

    Can you post the recipe for onion perugu pachadi?

    Thank you,

    Hi Aruna,
    Thanks for your good words about Mahanandi. It’s nice to know that you are also from Rayalaseema region and are familiar with Nandyala.
    I will add the recipe for perugu pachadi by the end of this weekend as I am busy right now with houseguests.
    Best regards,

    Comment by Aruna — March 14, 2008 @ 2:37 pm

  4. Hi Indira, your recipes look unique and delicious. I will give it a try to these recipes some day. I have also heard that your blog has moved on to a new location, what is the name of the new blog by the way?

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  5. How to make Popu for this recipe could you please tell me I need little help me?

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