Ariselu is a South Indian sweet dish from the North-eastern part of old Madras Presidency and present day Andhra Pradesh and Orissa. Arisa or Arisalu is a Telugu word which means rice. It is also called kajaya in Kannada. A similar sweet in Tamil Nadu called adhirasam is prepared for pujas. It is a traditional dish and is prepared during festivals like Sankranti, etc. It is made from rice flour, ghee and jaggery or Bellamu in Telugu. Jaggery may be replaced with granulated sugar.
Cabbage Pakodi is an easy to make Indian food recipe that is prepared with cabbage, onions, besan, rice flour and curry leaves. Deep fried to a crisp brown these pakodas make a delicious tea time snack.
Special Andhra delicacy has a filling of sweetened bengal gram flavored with caradamom that is enclosed in rice flour dough that has been cooked in milk and deep fried to a golden shade.- Gluten Free, contains milk