Kurkure with Rice Flour & Rice Ravva -

It's heartening to know that three generations refer my website for recipes. Following is the letter written by a  Grand-mother who was magnanimous  to recommended it to her daughter and prepares recipes for her grand-daughter.

"Dear Gayathri Garu,
Oka saari eppudo, Dum Aloo curry recipe kosam choosthu unte, mee site kanipinchindi. Maa manamarali kosam maa ammayi kaavaalante, vethikanu. Appati nunchi, Edaina kotharakanga chEyaalante, mee site lo choosthanu. I also sent ur link to my daughter. She is a working woman, with 2 kids, one 10-year old and a 3-year old. meeku thelusu, pillalaki rOjukoka, variety kaavaali. Anduku, me cookery site, chaala upayoganga undi. Anduna, telugu vantalu.

Eeroju, maamidi thandra recipe choosanu. What a brilliant idea for solar heating. I wud definitely try this recipe, in a small way. And we can use the same concept for making "vadiyaalu" also. Specially in this flat culture, this is a great idea for drying anything under Sun, hygenically.

Thanks a lot and Good Luck with ur site and God bless U.

P:S. I saw somebody asking for menthikura pachadi, and ur reply that U don't know. This is very much unlike U. It is simply like making Gongura pachadi. U may add at the end Nuvvula Podi Veyinchi kottinadi. Depending on one's liking one may add either "Inguva" in the POpu or garlic pods fried in a little oil.

Keep up the Great Job, God bless U.

Lakshmi Karra

I thank these three generations. As suggested by Lakshmi Garu PINDI VADIYALU can also be prepared by those staying in flats and having access to terrace. This recipe is at the following link - http://www.gayatrivantillu.com/recipes-2/miscellaneous/pindi-vadiyalu-rawa-vadiyalu
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