Saturday, 13 August 2011

Let us have a pleasant blogging experience !!!!

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Anonymous said...

Dear Gayatri garu,
Thanks for your wonderful recipes. They are neatly presented by you. I would like to suggest you to post some authentic neivedhyam recipes for poojas under a separate category. That should be very helpful for many...
Thank you,
Ajay

Anonymous said...

this is excellent recipes

siva said...

Gayatri Ji,
great site for bachelors....:)
need one help, i want to know how to cook Brown rice, If this could be posted in your list / blog it will be usefull for others as well...

thanks & rgds
Siva

Anonymous said...

hi gayatri garu
please tell me the more uses of food processor and whether it is electrical ?and what is price and where we can buy....
thank you,
jahnavi

sindhuri said...

dr gayatri garu
i have a doubt that how to prepare condenced milk and cream plz tel me once

haani said...

Dear Gayatri ji

ur recieps are awesome specially ur method of showing it through video but one thing i wanted to tell u regarding microwave oven which ur using... please show altrenatives for gas also...
i mean to say is if one is not using oven in that case how we can use gas stove...?

swetha said...

hi gayatri garu
i want to know how to make pappucharu
tell me the process

Praveena Naidu said...

Hi Gayatri Garu,

Iam Praveena Naidu , Married & living in Delhi,am working i watch you recipe when ever i get free time in my office & at that time i have ever not felt that am away form my native because the way u talk & explain about the recipe methods is just like what my mother says & there is a personal touch , I loved all your recipe & traditional way (ie) Dhanchi koora chesedhi , there is no words left for your appreciation what to say i live you rall recipe am your very great fan & also a follower i can say , now a days i open your website atleast twice for the personal touch

Anonymous said...

Gayatri garu,
This is with reference to DABBAKAYA RASAM. It is OK. But in Andhra houses DABBAKAYA is used mostly for preparing pachchadi (chutney), or for pickle. Generally lemon juice is made and more liked, like nimma rasam kharam,nimmakaya uragaya. koorala loki,majjiga loki nimmarasam vadutaru. Dabbakayanu nippula paina pokkinchi bellam,Mirapakayalu,vesi tiraga motha to pahchadi chestaru. Adi mee A to z recipes lo ledu.Please include that also.

Anonymous said...

Great to see the receipies - Andhra style !, sick and tired of western Mc D , BK, Olive garden, etc. can't thank you enough !

Regards

Unknown said...

Dear Gayatriji:

I am very impressed by your method of explaining recipes and cooking methods.

I am not a Telugu but used to love some Telugu food, and hence chanced upon your website. As luck would have it, my husband is now relocated to Hyderabad due to his work and I am really enjoying also getting familiar with the language and cuisine as well.

Great job. I have just one question, is all of Andhra Cuisine supposed to very spicy or is it possible to to be moderate or mild too ??? I feel so disappointed when I am a guest at people's homes or go to a restaurant, the dish is awsome but we just cannot consume much due to the spice. What is your suggestion ...

Priyamvadha

Anonymous said...

Hello gayatri garu
Mee recipes super andi,
Badam kulfi chaaala bagundi

sneha pannala said...

Hi Gayatri garu,
Nenu Neeharika Pannala Dehradun lo untam.
eemadhyane mee site chusaanu.
Meeru manchi recipes pettaru.
Veetilo naaku Kala jamun recipe baaga nachindi, ante kaaka mee video presentation kuda chala baagundi.
Only food ne kaakunda health tips kuda cheppadam manchi aalochana

Sahil Mahajan said...

Nice Collection

Anonymous said...

Namaste Gayatri garu..
Na peru Phani Prasad from Hyderabad..Me websitelo video presentations chala bagunnai..Naku asalu vanta radu..Me website dwara ippudu roju oka item cmplsry ga weekly try chesi nerchukuntunnanu..Chala happy ga undi..And cooking ante naku chala istam..nenu Oka Engg. clg lo faculty ga job chestunnanu..So weekly nenu vanta me videos chusi try chestanu..
And Madam garu..Maggi Noodles ela cheyyalo cheptara plz..

Thank You,
Phani Prasad

Anonymous said...

clear and clarity in ur discription.Nice to see ur site.
Thanku
Haasini

Kandlagunta Srinivasarao said...

dear gayatri could you supply bulk orders

soujanya said...

Dear Gayatri Garu,
Mi vantalu and mi cooking chala inspirational ga unnay ....nenu recent ga mi site chusanu and firstly veg rice n sandesh chesanu ....rendu super hit ayyay... naku oka chinna doubt andi nenu paneer ithe intlo chestunna kani, adi mundu ga prepare chesi save chesukodam elago teliyatledu....plz suggest ...

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Ajay Garu,

Thanks for your feedback. I would consider your request

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Siva ji,

Thanks for the feedback about my website.

The method of cooking brown rice is same as that of normal rice. It would take more water and time.

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Jahnavi Garu,

Its a personal choice while selecting the model and follow the instruction booklet for details

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Sindhuri Garu

These recipes are already hosted on my website

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Haani ji,

Thanks for the feedback. I'm showing recipes as made at in my kitchen, where I use microwave oven and gas stove also at times

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Swetha Garu,

It would take some time before I host this recipe

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Praveena Garu,

Thanks for your kind words

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

I only heard of this recipe. I haven't tasted it yet

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Great words!!!

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Priyamvadha Garu,

Spicing the curry is a personal choice. Less the spices, more would be the taste of the vegetable!!!

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Thanks

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Sneha Garu,

Thanks for the feedback

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Thanks

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Phani Prasad Garu,

Thanks for the feedback. I would include Maagi Noodles in my TO Do list

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Thanks

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Soujanya Garu,

Paneer will not remain fresh for long even if you keep it in refrigerator. But (Curdled mik)Chenna stays fresh in the fridge for longer periods. So store Chenna (along with whey water)in fridge and make Paneer as and when required. However it is advisable not to keep Chenna also for more than 3 days.

Pallavi said...

Nenu mee vantalu eppatinundo chustunnanu try chestunnanu kani e roje mee purthi blog ni chusanu,naku meeru goppa vyakthitvam vunna oka paripurna mahilaga, Telugu valu garvinchela oka spurthiga entho nacharu.Mee gurinchi telusokavadam naku chala santhoshamga vundi.
Meeku hrudaya purvaka shubhabinandanalu.

Anonymous said...

Hi Gayatri garu,

Where can i get the Sprouts maker.I am from hyd.
Thanks ,
Sweety

Anonymous said...

Gayatri Ji,

Very nice contents created by you for so many youngsters & housewives. I have visited your website yesterday only. Very clearly explained & pictured. I found All recipes useful. I saw so many recipes from c & Eat. There are some names which were not found in glossary. I really appreciate your contribution to the people of India.

I suggest you to put name of the recipes in Hindi also as shown in glossary.

Anyways Many Many Thanks & God Bless You.

Anonymous said...

namasthe madam.mee vantalu chala bagunnai.kanee ye vuragaya pachadilo kuda vellullipaya veyyadam ledu endukani? idi kevalam chinna sandeham matrame.. and one more thing if you don't mind.. mana telugudanam vuttipadela meeru chakkani cheeralo vunna photo pettandi blog lo..

Anonymous said...

Hi Gayatri Garu,

I am Prasanthi and I am newly married. Soon after getting married I had to shift to USA with my husband. I felt so nervous when I was cooking in the initial days of my married life here in US. Then I came to know about your website which is like a gift to me. I started watching your recipes and cook. Now I feel like cooking is not so hard as I thought. Its been 6 months since we got married and my husband is pretty much satisfied with my cooking :)

Thank you Gayatri Garu!!

For Vinayaka Chavithi I cooked 'Undrallu', 'Mixed Vegetable Rice' you posted in your site and my guest was pretty impressed with those recipes. In fact this was the first time I cooked undrallu and mixed vegetable rice.

Also I have read your weight reduction column and inspired and started dieting the way you said.

Thanks again :)

From,
Prasanthi Giridhar

rajiniraghu said...

snacks separate block lo full items chupindi



From,
rajini raghu

poornima said...

dear gayatri garu,
please can you show how to make double ka meeta.eagerly waiting

from,
poornima saravanan

Anonymous said...

Hello,

Very good and simple home cooking recipes. Keep it up. I am not able to find link of 'RSS' feed, though many other options to keep update about site is available. I think adding RSS should also not be a problem. See if it possible.

God bless you.

Anonymous said...

Gayatri garu, Please give us the authentic andhra recepie of VELLAKAYA Pachadi. I am loving your site for the great andhra ruchulu.Thanks,lakshmi

Anonymous said...

Hi Gayatriji,
I am amazed at the width of your recipes and they are explained so well. I don't understand telegu/am not a telegu but am attracted to your videos, owing to the clarity and flow of it.Way to go!!
Thanks Anwesha

Sahadev Kunapuli said...

టొమాట పచ్చడి చేయుట చూపెట్టి నందుకు ధన్యవాదములు . మా అమ్మగారు చేసేటప్పుడు చూసినా చేసే పద్ధతి గుర్తు లేఖ వెతుకుతూ ఇదిగో ఇలా మీ యు ట్యూబ్ వీడియో చూసి మల్లి గుర్తు తెచ్చుకున్నాను
వీడియో ఎడిటింగ్ మరియు మీ తెలుగు భాష చాల చక్కగా వున్నాయి. ( గూగుల్ transliterate లో టైపు చేసినందువల్ల తప్పులు వుంటే క్షమించగలరు - సహదేవ్ hyderabad)

rubiya said...

gayatri amma namaskaram
your doing good job for people like me who dose'nt know cooking and by watching your videos i can now prepare dishes for guests also.

Anonymous said...

Hai Gayatri garu
My name is Namratha.i am living in brazil now
Here indian stuff and vegetables are limited
in this place u r website and u r recipies are very help full to me
and u r way of teaching in preparation of every recipe is very good and very nice.and it is very help full for me.

Unknown said...

Ammamma super meeeee vantalu....I'm very happy to see this site,,,thanks a lot..from aparna pune

Anonymous said...

can u please upload a video that decrease the white hair please or please email me i cant locate on this blog please...
my id was jagatimani@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Hi gayatru garu,
yester day only I made paneer gulab jamun after watching your video ie channarpuli(paneer gulab jamun). They came so good just as it is shown in your picture. My daughter after 2days fever she asked gulab jamun and she ate almost all. In my 10years kitchen life I never got such pluffy and smooth jamoon without cracks in the outer shape. thank you once again..
Yashoda

malli said...

very neat present without any noise, thank u so much.
specially thanks for videos are in telugu... easy to understand our telugu people..

but non-veg items not here.. if not interest no problem any how super videos

Anonymous said...

I TRIED MANY RECIPES AND ENJOYED EATING AFTER COOKING. Good presentation and simple explanation. I am man at 40 years and live in USA, I thought a am best cook always and nothing to learn. After trying your simple cooking, I am learning something new every time.

Anonymous said...

hello gayatri, ur videos are very clear and easy understandable. thank u for showing such a great cooking videos. plz upload more chaat recipes.

Anonymous said...

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RAJUBABU said...

Dear Baby, Have my blessings, I have seen your site recently,and feel happy to see a TELUGU VANTILLU , your voice and explanation is very sweet, keep this tempo and our TELUGU TRADITION on the globe.
GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR OFFSPRINGS-rajubabu-vizianagaram -A.P

Dhara Mistry said...
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Dhara Mistry said...

plzzzzzz lonch your viedeo in english version......becauze we are gujarati thts why we can nt understand your language so..........if you are we realy thank to you....

Viriventi Chinmayee said...

hello gayathri gaaru....
I am chinmayee..the way ur blog is.. awesome...and mee recipes kuda chala bagunnay...nenu baga gamaninchidi enti ante... meeru enno kotha experiments chesaaru.. like oats dosa which u hav postd recently...chala bagunnay.. ur motive of encouraging every one for home made food is great...honestly..mee blog chadive impress ayyaa...
keep doing experiments... will follow u evry day.. all the best ma'm
chinmayee

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Pallavi Garu,

Thanks for the feedback. I'm just one amongst you.

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Sweety Garu,

Try in Super Markets or Malls

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Thanks for the feedback. I would keep your suggestion in mind while revamping my website

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

I sparingly use garlic. As per personal choice one may add it. As regards my photograph, I would keep your suggestion in mind while revamping my website.

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Prasanti Garu,

Thanks for the confidence in my recipes and articles

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Poornima Saravanan Garu,

It would take some more time to host this recipe

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Thanks for the feedback

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Lakshmi garu,

It is already hosted on my website

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Anweshaji,

Thanks for the feedback

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Sahadev garu,

So Nice to receive your feedback especially in Telugu

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Rubiya Garu,

Thanks for your feedback

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Namratha Garu,

Its nice to know that my recipes are helpful to you and your family at Brazil

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Thanks manumaralu

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Sorry, I too have white hair

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Yashoda Garu,

Thanks for the feedback

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Malli Garu,

I'm a vegetarian. Thanks for the feedback

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Thanks for the feedback

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Thanks for the feedback

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Chinmayee Garu,

Thanks for the encouragement

kiranmai said...

gayatri garu mee vantallu excellant

nenu kiranmai meru chupinchina palak paneer try chesanu chala baga vachindi..

thanks a lot!!!

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Kiranmai Garu,

Santosham

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saba sana said...

hi madam i want to know how to make a gobi machurian please madam
because u explain very nice so plz try madam

Anupama said...

hi Gayatri garu,

regarding MYSORE PAK...dint understand why dish got sloggy though i foloowed every step perfectly ! is it because of bad gram flour please let me know what went wrong...

ranga said...

Gayatri Garu
namaskaram
We prepared Vadu Manga pickle in March/April when they just came out. It was very good...then we went abroad and returned after six months. The pickle jar was in the fridge and except an occasional shake/stir by a friend, reamined as it was . We are back now...much of the water has dried out and the mangos themselves are not very tasty.
I remember my Grandma in the village used to do something with ths type of old pickle. Any suggestions, other than throw it away ?

Chitra

Hema Acharya said...

madam
i have seen in karnataka pickle specially in mango pickle they use a kind of seeds which looks like chilli seeds( actually not chilli seds) but are very soft and silky can u guess what are they i am sure the are not khuskhus or in telugu gasgasalu

Anonymous said...

gayatri garu,
Namastey ,
me vontalu maku chana nachaye, kani me website lo devuniki cheye nyvedalu. levu .. dayachese.. makosam devuniki chese nyvedalu .. nerpinchagalaru ani korukuntuna ...

thanking you

Regards
Naresh
naresh.groups@gmail.com

Balaji Balu said...

Good describing. happy to share your link on my site.

www.pandutrust.blogspot.in

Apani Rasoi said...

You have a great food blog. Good detailed steps for recipe.

Thanks,
Apani Rasoi
http://apanirasoi.in

Padmanjali said...

Hello Gayathri garu,

I have a small suggestion to make. While you have so many wonderful recipes on your pages already, I would suggest that you also think of coming up a section for "Patyam" vantalu for new moms or people who have undergone any surgeries or something like that. I am sure this will be of great help to many of our folks who are outside India and who do not have easy access to Mom and grand mom's tips :-).

anis said...

hi gayatri garu...so sweet of u..for this blog...its so useful for premature cooks like me...pls post salad recipe tht looks similar to the photo u have posted...

Anonymous said...

mrs.raju gayatri garu mee vantalu gurinchi nenu epude chusanu chala chala bhagunay.nenu chala mandhi websites chusanu kani meedhi chusaka naku chala anamdhamga vundhi.

Akshatha said...

Dear Gayatri garu,
I have been watching your videos from last 2 years and have learnt a lot from you! I really appreciate for your time and patience for such a wonderful blog which is very easy to follow.

Now i'm pursuing Masters in US. The problem is, I dont get all the Indian vegetables in my area(I'm a vegetarian). How many dishes can i manage to cook with the same 4-5 vegetables (beans,carrot,peas,aloo,okra). And i dont like high calorie food like panner and oily food. Can you please suggest me some good, easy, quick and healthy recipes? That would be helpful. Thank you for your reply.

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

It's on my to do list, but would take considerable time

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Anupama Garu,

May be the mixture needs some more ghee to get fried.

I too didn't get it in the first attempt. It needs a few trials before one would perfect

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Chitra Garu,

May be you can cook the mangoes to make dal!!!

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Hema Garu,

Sometimes you find people putting mustard dal. It may be that

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Naresh Garu,

I would keep your request in mind

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Yours too is good

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Thanks

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Padmanjali Garu,

Thanks for your feedback. I would keep your suggestion in mind

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Thanks for the feedback. You may read the article on salads on my website. It may be useful

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Mrs Raju Garu,

Thanks for the feedback

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Akshata Garu,

Thanks for the feedback. You can type the name of the vegetable in the search box on my website and find the relevant recipes.

You can also substitute cauliflower and potato for paneer and make all the paneer dishes too!!

Sahadev Kunapuli said...

While making misthi dhoi can we avoid use of charcoal barbeque ? Suppose we take a large vessel with water and put it on the gas stove.Then place the earthern pot containing milk in the middle of the large vessel so that the milk is heated indirectly and the desired results achieved ?

Mamatha Reddy said...

Thanq sooo.. much Gayatri garu....
i'm suffering with throat infection 4m last 2 weeks n i'm using tablets also. but when i stop using it has come again.so thanx again for your herbal recipe..

harsha kodali said...

thank u so much for ur kind recipies...... but i had a doubt meeru usiri avakaya and nimmakaya uragaya lo enduku velluli ni use cheyyaledhu...mamuluga mana andhra side velluli ni compulsory ga vesthamu kada???? emantaru??

nirali said...

gayatriji i want to ask can i use full cream milk instead of milk powder and ghee instead of unsalted butter in chocolate fudge recipe pls let me know recipe accordingly i sure it will useful to many one through my mail waiting for ur reply

Anonymous said...

hai gayatri garu,
i have been following your web page since so many days and with ur inspiration i have tried so many recipies from u r list and i have sent a recipie to u r website but without a photo so you have sent me a mail to post a photo but i have no such facility so what can i do i am very excited to see my recipie at gayatri vantillu

Banu said...

Dear Gayatri, Though I understand a little tegulu, I follow your site regularly. Like it very much :)

Saw your tips for cleaning the dosa griddle in the oats dosa recipe. Nice one. But can we follow the same tip for non-stick dosa pan also or it is only for the iron griddle.

Thanks & keep up your good work.

sindhu said...

dear gayatri i saw ur tegalu clips in that u have mentioned 2 throw away the chandamama but the end of them it will be good in taste not full stick the fleshy one. and thanks 4 ur recipes its very nice.

swetha shastri said...

Gayatri garu,
Meeru chhese dishes lo annitikante neenu BAAGAAA enjoy chese dishes SWEET dishes....Bandar Laddu recipe chusi chaala happy feel aiyya ...maa native Bandar ne...Bandar Laddu recipie share chesaru...BANDAR HALWA recipe kuda share cheste chaala santoshista...neenu try chesa kaani bandar nundi konna BANDAR HALWA tase aite raledu...meeru maalanti SWEET TOOTH unna followers meeda daya unchi maaku BANDAR HALWA gurinchi kuda chepparu :-)

Regards,
Swetha Rana

Sravanthi said...

Dear Gayatri Garu,

I am pleased to see your website, I belong to an Orthodox telugu family and often call my mother asking her about recipes, after watching your website, I seldom call her now, you have almost all the recipes. Hats off to you, I really like your website and all the best for your blog!!

Regards
Sravanthi

Anonymous said...

dear gayatri garu

thanks for the palak chole receipe..
nenu regular ga mee VANTILLU ni visit chestuntanu.. Your presentation and explaining the method of the receipes is wonderful.. i love your VANTILLU...
ThankYou gayatri garu

rama ravipati said...

hai gayathri gaaru this site is very useful to me very nice.i want to know about how to make zeera rice..

sailaja said...

gayatri garu naku cake recipies cheyalante chala istam but na dhagara microwen ledhu gas stove meedha chese viluntundha please tell me medam

Anonymous said...

Hi Mrs.Gayatri,
i am just enjoying your web sites...your efforts are much appreciated..thank you so much...!!!

jalaja ramesh said...

Dear Gayatri, please tell me if using vinegar harmful to health. I avoid trying out those receipes which has vinegar as an ingredient thinking that it is harmful. What is vinegar made of? Please clarify.

Anonymous said...

Thank you Gayathri.

I am looking for a healthy and easy recipe for diabetics using Oats and Suji preferably like kudumu or Idli. I am experimenting these both on stovetop as well as in the microwave.

Can you come up with a tasty recipe with these ingredients, or give some ideas? Thanks.

deathmetal124 said...

We just saw your vaangi bhath recipe on youtube also and read about yourself on your blog. Impressed with both ! Thanks :)

Anonymous said...

Namaskaram gayatri garu,me vaantillu maku baagaa nachindandi.mari konni andhra special breakfast items chesi chupinchandi please.

thank you.
Keerthiram

Anonymous said...

hello gayathri garu.
i'm posting this comment in reference to tomato pickle and eggless chocolate cake. these both are fabulous. i tried the former one..
thank you for ur recipe

saikrishna kothamasu said...

hello gayatri garu ....
me vantalu chala varaku try chesanu chala yummy ga untai.
but naku pizza cheyataniki micro wave recipe cheptara . where we can get pizza base in the market .

thanks
sai krishna

janu said...

hi gayatri garu,
naku vadiyalu, chips baga istam. pls multi colour vadiyalu ela cheyalo chepandi.

bhavya susarla said...

halo gaya3 garu,

tomato upma chesinatte normal upma, i mean without tomatoes kuda cheyyocha?
else vere way emaina unda?

Shivali Bansal said...

Dear Ma'am
I have been following your recipes from last few days, they are turning out really well. I want to thank you for your wonderful recipes and also I have a query. I m having IFB 25SC3 convection microwave oven, most of your recipes says preheat @ 190/200 degree. But mine having max 180 degree. What is the way out of this?

Shivali
Delhi

Unknown said...

namasthe gayatri garu, ur website is very useful to me, ur simple way of teaching the receipe and every detail is very useful to me, im a doctor and know very little about cooking, ur website is very useful , kindly also include pindivantalu for festivals and kitchen

gayathri s said...

Madam your video presentations are excellent.Each recipes are explained very well.you inspired us, to cook different dishes.

Anonymous said...

hello gayatri anty what cream for whipping u used cream from fresh milk or boiled milk huh thank u

Anonymous said...

Dear Gayatri Garu,

Really we are enjoyed your Veg recepies in London. I am a big follower now.
Thanks a lot
Sunil.

deepti honey said...

gayatri garu,
na peru deepti nenu me video presentations kani me receipes ni chusi chala impress ayanu. marriage aina 7monthski US vachesanu apudu cooking naku me videos baga help ayayi so thankful for that. if possible can you suggest some tips and recipes during pregnancy, so that it helps for so many other ones.

Anonymous said...

గాయత్రి గారూ
మీ 'వంటిల్లు' చాలా బాగుంది.. వంటకాలన్నీ మంచి తెలుగుదనంతో, స్వచ్ఛమైన ఉచ్చారణతో, సరళంగా, స్నేహపూర్వకంగా ఆహ్వానిష్తున్నాయి.
వంటతో పాటు పొందు పరచిన చిట్కాలు, అరోగ్య సూచనలు ఆ విందుకి వన్నె పెడుతున్నాయి.

వాటితో పాటు, వాటిని మించి మీ 'భవతి భిక్షాందేహి, మాతాన్నపూర్ణేశ్వరీ' - సుబ్బలక్ష్మి గారి గాత్రంలో, మీ వ్యాఖ్యానంతో, కళ్ళు చెమరించి, మనసుకు హత్తుకునేలా చేసింది. తప్పకుండా నాకు చేతనైనది చేస్తాను.

మీ పేజీ లోంచి తొంగి చూసే మీ వ్యక్తిత్వం, నాకు ఎంతొ స్ఫూర్తి నిచ్చే విశిష్ట వ్యక్తులను గుర్తు చేస్తూ తృప్తినిచ్చింది.
మన సాంప్రదాయాన్నీ, సనాతన ధర్మాన్ని, సూక్ష్మంలో మోక్షం ని సమర్ధించే మీ పద్ధతినీ అభినందిస్తూ ...

రమణీ విష్ణుభొట్ల

beautifulgirl said...

Hi Gayatri Garu,
Mee vantalu chala bagunayi aaa matalu amma china pilavadiki goru mudalu peditu padina song la vundhi mee matalu venipestya malli venalani vundhi.naku degree purthi ayaka marriage chasaru kani naku vantalu ravu ma amma,athaya dagara naichukovali antai valaki duram ga vunanu onsitelo.Google vaithukuntu vachanu ella mee website chushi chala happy ga feel ayanu.nallo chala impression vachindi.chala chala thanks for you longly live. mee website vedio chala bagundi.

Anonymous said...

Dear Gayatri ji,

Stumbled upon your website, and really liked it. The recipes are clear, well-explained, and traditional. I like the care you put into your website, even more so because you do all this selflessly. Thanks for doing good seva! Keep it up, may your kitchen be always blessed and never in want.

Harish

Srinivas Kodukula said...

Hi Gayatri garu, Jeera Rice ela cheyalo oka video post cheyandi please.

Thanks

Srinivas Kodukula

Ramalakshmi Gorthi said...

hi gayatri garu..i am ramalakshmi gorthi. staying at agra..your vantillu is really worth watching and superb..

Anonymous said...

Gayatri gaaru,
Bachelors easy ga chesukone vantalu konchem site lo pettandi please. bachelors kosam vantalu chala takkuva unnai mana site lo

Shyam

Kiranmayi said...

Namasthe Gayathri garu,
Thanks a ton for your wonderfull help in making cooking really interesting. In your Idli recipe you suggested to preheat oven at 40 degree Celcius. How much time do we need to heat it. I use oven only to prepare curd. Sorry for such a dumb question. My idli batter ferments occationally so soft idlis are rare.

Once again thanks for all your help
Kiranmayi

Anonymous said...

Gayatri Gaaru,

I wanted to know if there is a way to preserve aavakaaya in such a way that it doesn't smell old after some time (like 10+ months).

I am guessing every one sees this problem (if not then I have a problem with my technique).

1. What causes this smell (for an old aavakaaya) which is quite unique? Is it the oil or chilli powder etc? This year it is not even 6 months since we made new aavakaaya and it is already smelling like old.

2. How to preserve it in such a way that it smells fresh for the whole year?

-ravikiran
(bangalore..but a telugu guy)

Dareddy Pallavi said...

hi gayatri garu,
i am pallavi.I am a great fan of ur website.I have prepared puri's for pani puri .They have turned very nicely in the beginning but after 2 hours they became soft,can u plz advice me .thank u

Anonymous said...

Thanks Gayatri Garu,
I never light stove with out consulting gayatrivantillu.com, when ever I cook delicacies of Andhra.
Very very helpful in cooking ethnic cuisines, especially related AP.
viba

Anonymous said...

Hello Gayatri Garu,
Greetings from Boston !! I would like to Thank you (although words do no justice ) for this treasure that you are sharing with all of us. We truly appreciate your time and efforts in helping us eat better food !!

Regards
Bhaskar

ALPHONSE NARISETTY said...

hi
i followed most of your recipies in the website.
they very helpful in canada.
i am from guntur
at present i am canada.
i am hoping to be back in guntur in august for good.
have a great day
alphonse

nnnn said...

Gayatri Mam,

My hearty thanks to you for your service. The easiest way to male heart is by filling his stomach. You are helping all of us to attain the thing. But one thing, some of the recipes are shown with oven only. pls prefer using gas stove also. pls show both methods. it would be helpful for us.

Vijay Kumar said...

hello madam

your voice is simple super.your recipes are wonderful.Easy to under stand.......


thank you.

Anonymous said...

Namaskaram Gayatri garu,

I liked your Chikki recipe and am yet to try it out. The detailing was simply excellent , thank you.

regards
-Kavitha

Mrs. Nach said...

Greetings Mrs Gayatri. I have tried your bread pizza, and left comment on YouTube. I did not realise you are a vegetarian. Hope I did not offend you by mentioning that I added chicken for the topping. I do apologize. I am very much inspired with your work and sharing your experience with ppl around the world. God bless you. - Mrs. Nach

Anonymous said...

hi gayatri garu mee vantalu,mee vyakhyanam chusthunte meeru telugu drivda la,,,achhu ma inti ammyila unnaru thank u so much

bhavana said...

halo gayathri ji.. i wanted to ask u what is the name of the thick dal served in andhra meals called..

Pastamama said...

Ms. Gayatrivantillu, I just found your site and hope to spend a lot of time here. I'd like to eat more vegetarian foods and know I'll find some very good recipes here. Can you tell me where do you get your protein from since you are not eating meat? Thanks so much for your great web site design it's very easy to get around.

Rammy said...

Hi...

I stay In USA and very often I try recipes after looking at your videos.
Thank you so much ...
Ma into valu chepthunatte untundi mi video Chustu vanta chesthunte..
Ipde mirchi bajji recipe chesukunamu.once again thanks!!!

yam said...

Hi Gayatri,
your recipes are very good. It is really helpful for me because you show us each and every step very carefully.
Thank you soo much.

But, i have query,i recently saw your vedio for 'Gutti Vankaya Koora' , But i do not have a microwave oven, Can you guide how to do this with a pressure cooker?

Thanks,
Yamini.

Anonymous said...

Hai Gayatri Gaaru ,

Ela unnaru?Mee recipes chala chala bagunnayi,I think telugulo recipe videos start chesindhi meere first anukuntanu.Congrats for that!Nenu Allam pachadi try chesanu,chala baga vachindhi.Chala thanks andi,meeru elage continue cheyyandi..

Gayatri gaaru Gobi Manchurian kuda ela chestaaro mee site lo pettandi please.


Bye for now.

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

I haven't tried that method

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Mamatha Garu,

It's my pleasure

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

It's a personal choice. You too can add them if you wish

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Nirali ji,

I haven't tried it the way you suggested

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

The viewers would like to see the outcome of the finished recipe. Hence it is needed

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

I use the same method for non-stick pans too

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Swetha Garu.

Thanks for your feedback. I haven't tasted Bandar Halwa as yet!!

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Sravanti Garu,

Thanks for your feedback

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Thanks for the feed back

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Sailaja Garu,

I haven't tried on gas stove as yet. I use OTG or Convection mode in Microwave oven

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Dear Jalaja garu,

Vinegar is nothing but diluted acetic acid. It is common to use vinegar in cooking. I use it moderately

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Keertiram garu

visit www.gayatrivantillu.com for more recipes

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Santosham

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Sai Krishna Garu,

Pizza base and Pizza are made in OTG or Convection ovens. You need to check at the bakery shops for the pizza bases

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Janu garu,

I avoid using artificial colors to the extent possible. You may watch a few vadiyalu recipes in my website www.gayatrivantillu.com

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Shivali ji,

Set it at the maximum. Probably it should work and take a bit more time to bake

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

I take your suggestion

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Thanks for the feedback

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Deepti Garu,

Thanks for the feedback. I take your suggestion

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Ramani Garu,

Mee chakkati telugu postki naa abhinandanalu. Santosham

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Santosham

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Harish ji,

Thanks for your feedback and blessings

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Srinivas garu,

I take your request

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Ramalakshmi Garu,

Thanks for your feedback

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Shayam Garu

I take your suggestion.

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Kiranmayi Garu,

we preheat the oven to keep it warm inside. On reaching the temperature you may switch it off. It you are in colder regions set it 27-30 degrees and leave it till you remove the batter

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Ravikiran Garu,

It is the oil which is responsible for the old smell. Rarely we get an opportunity to buy oil straight from the oil mill. Hence this smell is unavoidable. However while making pickles check the packing date and take the latest dated pack available.

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Pallavi Garu,

fry them for little more time till crisp

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Viha garu,

Thanks for your feedback

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Bhaskar Garu,

Thanks for the feedback

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Thanks for the feedback.

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Kavitha Garu,

Pl do try it out

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Mrs Nach,

Its ok. never mind.

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Memu Dravidulamu kaamu!!!

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Bhavanaji,

It is "MUDDA PAPPU"

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Thanks for the feedback about my website. We get proteins from lentils

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Thanks for your feedback. I take your request too

Ranganath said...

Gayatri garu,

Yesterday I tried the stuffed capsicum curry. I wanted to cook something and do something different from my wife and kids after a long time. I accidentally came across your video on youtube. When I tried it, it came out really well.

The good thing I liked about your video is

1) The ingredients were all easily available ( luckily I had some paneer at home as well).
2) The instructions were simple.

Thanks for the recipe. God Bless.

- Ranganath V, California, USA.

Ranganath said...

My wife and kids also liked it very much. They really liked me cooking after a long time for them as well.

ALPHONSE NARISETTY said...

i have tasted ravva dosa,vankayavepudu,pappu etc very good.
thanks.have a great day.

Anonymous said...

please categorize the dishes as snacks, breakfast etc....
also mention shelf life, cooking time and serving sizes

Tanuja said...

hi gayatri
This is tanuja, i want to try potlakaya curry as prepared by u. But in this you have boiled the pieces in micro oven.. wt should the others do, who are not having oven in the home...

Priya Kapoor said...

Gayatri Garu

There is a query regarding purchase of OTG. I m bit confused about Morphy Richards and Bajaj.
I want to buy 28 L Morphy but the problm with it is, its not having rotating fan inside, but same capacity bajaj is having the fan.
On the contrary Morphy 40L has the fan. Is 40L really required for a family of 4.
Mam pls suggest whether to buy 40L/28L/24L or Morphy/Bajaj. Is there any other brand u recommend, I m having IFB25sc3 convection microwave @ home.



Regards
Priya Kapoor

Anonymous said...

me web site chala baagundi. nenu pelli ayina tharvatha athayya vaala intlo vantalu cheyalante bhaya padedanini gayathri vantinlo vantalu chusaka vantalu cheyadaniki koncham dhairyam vachindi. thanks a lot.

Anonymous said...

hi gayatrigaru

mee website lo unna chala recipes try chesanu. anni baaga vachayi. naku menthikura pachadi ela cheyalo teliyadu. meeku veelunte aa recipe ni add cheyandi. please

Regards
Pavani

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Ranganath garu,

Indeed its a great guesture to cook occasionally for the family, by the male members!

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Priya garu,

Personaally I prefer 40 lts because you have a fan and enough working space. Technically we feel that the size is too big for a family of four, but the working comfort is more especially while making cookies. When there is a reasonable gap between the food and heating elements the baking results are better and easy to handle

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Thanks for the feeback. It serves one of the objectives for starting this website!

S Gayatri Devi Sharma said...

Pavani garu

I dont know the recipe

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