P-Pesarattu

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In this series, I will write about South Indian Food – Typically Telugu food

#SouthieSaga – Pesarattu

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On a lazy lazy Sunday

To make it a memorable funday

Team up this Andhra Special Pesarattu and Upma

Keep making till the children say, “Stop Ma!”

Soak the washed Moong Dal for three hours and grind it to paste

Adding jeera, salt, coriander, chillies, ginger according to taste

Heat up a flat pan, pour and spread the delectable batter

Sprinkle chopped onions, turn this over, oiling the corners with clarified butter

Plate up the crispy Attu along with fresh Upma, ginger Achar

If you have  the energy, serve up with spicy Sambar

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