The food of Andhra Pradesh is generally hot and spicy as a result of the large amounts of chillies used, but this rich and aromatic dish, Jhinge Ki Kadi, is more characteristic of north Indian cuisine, due to Mughal influences in this part of southern India. Once you have all the ingredients ready, this recipe can be cooked and served in less than 20 minutes, making it perfect food for a party.
Per portion Energy 426kcal/1766kJ; Protein 27g; Carbohydrate 7g, of which sugars 5g; Fat 36g, of which saturates 9g; Cholesterol 269mg; Calcium 254mg; Fibre 1.8g; Sodium 745mg.
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