Gongura To Dosakaya Pachadi: 5 Spicy Chutneys From Andhra Pradesh To Try

As plenty of red chilli is cultivated in the land of Andhra Pradesh, the region is known to possess some mouthwatering condiments. Loaded with fiery taste and spicy flavour, the chutneys are known to elevate the taste of any boring meal.
Gongura To Dosakaya Pachadi 5 Spicy Chutneys From Andhra Pradesh To Try
Packed with a variety of appetising vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes, Andhra Pradesh is known to be one of the spiciest cuisines in the country. Besides main-course dishes like pesarattu, chicken biryani and gutti vankaya koora, condiments are also the star of Andhra thali. Gongura pachadi, kandi podi and more, these chutneys are packed with the local ingredients and spices making them worth a try. These chutneys are easy to prepare, and you can pair them with all kinds of Indian breads and rice dishes. From allam to gongura pachadi, here are five chutneys from Andhra Pradesh to try.

Gongura Pachadi

Made from sorrel leaves, this chutney is sometimes also considered as a pickle. Best served with Hyderabadi biryani and mutton curry, it is spicy in taste. To prepare the condiment red sorrel leaves are cooked with onions, green chillies and water and then grinded into paste. Further, the chutney is tempered with red chillies, mustard cumin and garlic.
Gongura Chutney
Gongura Chutney

Allam Pachadi

This Andhra-style ginger chutney is traditionally served with pesarattu for breakfast. Allam translates to ginger in Telugu and this chutney has a perfect combination of tangy, spicy and hot flavours. Other ingredients of this condiment are ginger, tamarind jaggery and red chilli powder. You can also enjoy it with idlis and dosas.

Dosakaya Pachadi

This traditional condiment from Andhra Pradesh is made from yellow cucumber. Being an integral part of Andhra thali, it is made along with lentils (urad and chana dal). Locals also pair it with plain steamed rice and ghee. The main spices of dosakaya pachadi are mustard seeds, cumin seeds, dried red chilli and cloves. Besides rice, it goes well with roti as well.

Kandi Podi

Kandi Podi
Kandi Podi
This spicy and delicious podi is a must try from Andhra Pradesh. Best paired with hot rice and ghee, it can be prepared in less than half an hour. The main ingredients of kandi podi are toor dal, chana dal, urad dal and moong dal which is seasoned with cumin, dried red chillies and garlic pods. It can be fresh for up to a month when stored in an airtight container.

Pandu Mirapakaya Pachadi

If you love spicy condiments, then this pachadi made from the fresh Guntur red chillies is surely going to be a part of your meals. Served along with idli, rice, dosa and uttapam, it features tamarind paste, gingelly oil, mustard seeds, methi powder and asafoetida. People also add some sugar to the chutney to balance the taste.
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