Cooking Glossary

7 Sep

Talimpu Terminology

Tempering ———> Talimpu, Popu/ Tadka

Chana Dal———————–> Pacchi Senaga pappu
Urad Dal ————————-> Minapa Pappu
Mustard Seeds —————–> Avalu / Rai
Cumin Seeds ——————->Jeela Karra / Jeera
Broken Red Chillies————> Tumpina Endu Mirapakayalu / Tuti Huyi Lal Mirch
Dried Red Chillies————–> Endu Mirapakayalu / Lal Mirch
Hing/ Asafoetida—————> Inguva
Carom Seeds——————-> Vaamu / Ajwain
Fenugreek Seeds————–> Menthulu / Methi Dana
Curry Leaves——————–> Karivepaku / Kari Patta
Garlic——————————> Vellullipaya / Lasan
Garlic Pods———————–> Vellulli Rebbalu / Lasan

English ———————————————————->Telugu/ Hindi

Leaves—————-> Akulu / Patta

Coriander leaves —————-> Kothimera / Hara Dhaniya
Mint Leaves———————–> Pudina Aku / Pudina
Fenugreek Leaves ————–> Menthi Kura / Methi
Spinach—————————-> Pala Kura / Palak
Malabar Spinach—————–> Bacchali Kura
Sorrel Leaves——————–> Gongura
Amaranth Leaves—————-> Thotakura

Vegetables————-> Kura Kayalu / Sabji

Cucumber————————————–> Keera Dosakaya / Keera
Plantain—————————————–> Aratikaya / Kaccha Kela
Brinjal——————————————> Potti Vankaya / Baingan
Eggplant—————————————-> Podugu Vankaya / Baingan
Bringle ——————————————> Vaakkaya
Colcesia —————————————-> Chaama dumpalu / Arbi
Bell Pepper ————————————–> Butta Pacchimirapakaya / Simla Mirch
Palmyrah ————————————–> Tati kaaya
Potato——————————————> Bangala Dumpa / Aloo
Onion——————————————-> Ullipaya / Pyaas
Tendli——————————————-> Dondakaya / Tindora
Ladyfinger—————————————> Bendakaya / Bendi
Bittergourd—————————————> Kakarakaya / Karele

Lentils—————> Pappulu / Dals

Whole Green Gram————————> Pesalu/ Whole Moong Dal
Bengal Gram ——————————-> Senaga pappu/ Chana Dal
Green Gram———————————> Pesara pappu/ Moong Dal
Yellow Lentils / Red Gram ———————————–> Kandhi pappu/ Toor Dal
Roasted gram —————————–> Gulla senaga pappu / Bhuna Chana Dal
Split Black Lentils————————–> Pottu Minapa Pappu / Kali Dal
Pink Lentils——————————–> Erra Kandi pappu /Masoor Dal
Chick peas ————————————> Senagalu / Chana

Flour—————-> Pindi / Atta

Rice Flour——————————-> Biyyam Pindi / Chawal ka Atta
Gram Flour—————————–> Senaga pindi/ Besan
Corn Flour —————————–> Mokkajonna Pindi / Makai ka Atta
Plain Flour——————————> Maida Pindi / Maida

Spices————–> Masala Samagri

Bay Leaf ——————————-> Masala Aku / Tej Patta
Cinnamon —————————–> Dalchini chekka / Dalchini
Cloves ———————————> Lavangam / Loung
Coriander Seeds ——————–> Dhaniyalu / Dhaniya
Cardamom—————————-> Elakkaya / Elaichi
Poppy Seeds ————————> Gasagasaalu / Khus Khus
Sesame Seeds———————–> Nuvvulu / Til
Tamarind——————————> Chintapandu/ Imli
Jaggery ——————————-> Bellamu / Gud
Neem Flower————————-> Vepa Puvvu

Broken Wheat——————————-> Erra Godhuma Nooka / Dalia
Wheatlets———————————–> Thella Godhuma Nooka / Sooji
Puffed Rice———————————-> Maramaralu / Murmura
Flattened Rice—————————————–> Atukulu / Poha
Yogurt ————————————–> Perugu / Dahi

28 Responses to “Cooking Glossary”

  1. bhavani July 29, 2008 at 6:44 am #

    all purpose floor +plain floor + maida pindi

  2. naveena prabhu September 16, 2008 at 1:00 pm #

    all your recipes are fabulous.i tried most of them.its easy to make and tastes yummy.thanks for making cooking so easy for me.

  3. Vipranarayana Kartik. (Rajahmundry. A.P). October 29, 2008 at 8:58 am #

    Dear Frnd, I think you might have left some of the Hindi meanings for the above ingridients. If you consider and concentrate in future…. I think it will be bit nice.

  4. mary noella November 30, 2008 at 12:36 am #

    ur site is very useful for me. could u please include tamil language translation in glossary section.. it’s my humble request since i ‘m not very much familiar with telugu and hindi…

  5. neelima April 3, 2009 at 12:27 am #

    hai,how r u ?ur receipes r fabulous. They r very easy to make & tasty. i love most of yours. can u add more related to rice receipe

  6. rafat bari June 30, 2009 at 9:03 pm #

    what is chayote please add in the glossary will be thankful

  7. zeenath miskin July 7, 2009 at 2:36 am #

    HI !

    I really enjoy going through your recipies.

    I am from Sri Lanka and we have all spices here only thing the shop guys find it difficult to trace them for us.

    nice recipies and keep it up

    Bye
    Zeenath

  8. reena August 13, 2009 at 3:58 am #

    pl.give me the hindi translation of sorrel leaves and amaranth leaves.thanx.

  9. suhai vatyani January 28, 2010 at 7:18 am #

    i like all ur recipies i am from agra.

  10. Harsha Are February 20, 2010 at 6:28 pm #

    By the way where you have learnt all this recipies from?

    http://www.amamma.com ??? 🙂 just kidding

    nice work

  11. Satyanarayana Prasad Tiwari March 30, 2010 at 7:26 am #

    It is excelent recipies and thank u for the same.

  12. avani chavda July 2, 2010 at 3:10 am #

    i like all these recipes…….thanks

  13. chatura September 6, 2010 at 11:57 pm #

    All Ur receipes are very tasty and i enjoy cooking them.

  14. saumya prakash shetty September 20, 2010 at 12:18 am #

    can tell meaning of clintro few sprigs

  15. pervez September 30, 2010 at 11:22 pm #

    Haloo,
    How are uyour receipe is to delecious.

  16. Hema October 4, 2010 at 1:58 am #

    I tried most of the recipes and all are awesome. I got appreciation from my family members. Especially the Jeera Rice and Panneerbutter masala.

  17. rita nagaraj December 6, 2010 at 10:01 am #

    mee site chaala bagu undhi.ruchigala recipes chuusthunamu.chaala thanx

  18. H Singh February 4, 2011 at 11:18 pm #

    Hello, Talimpu is the most versatile and easy to use site. Can you tell me what is “Talimpu” stands for. But, i don’t find any non-veg recipes, if it is only vegetarian site, no problems.

    bye

  19. ruchi jain April 11, 2011 at 6:22 am #

    wat is cilantro plz tell……..

  20. Neeru Matharoo July 30, 2011 at 11:22 am #

    Hello, i love ur recipes they r very nic & easy to cook.Can u tell what is sweet vaal. Thanx for ur recipes.

  21. durga July 31, 2011 at 10:52 am #

    what is qunioa in telugu? where can we get it?

  22. durga July 31, 2011 at 10:55 am #

    what is your opinion about microwave oven cooking? do you think it is good for health? what about radiation ?

  23. sengalrayan August 1, 2011 at 9:52 pm #

    what is the tamil transalation for jaggerry

  24. Raji August 2, 2011 at 6:40 am #

    @durga check this link for quinoa
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quinoa
    i do use microwave when i need quick food. i don’t use it extensively though
    @sengalrayan vellam

  25. Sunita Sarwad Biradar September 19, 2011 at 12:09 am #

    these recipes are awesome. thank u very much.

  26. nalini sreedhar November 10, 2011 at 2:01 am #

    ur receipes r simply superb! can u please tell me about quinoa and what it is called in hindi or marathi.

  27. suma November 20, 2011 at 10:32 pm #

    it is very useful yo me ,we want to know more details about microwave cooking

  28. syamala rao January 7, 2012 at 5:39 pm #

    vow….. enjoy all your recipes.they are easy to follow and are easy to follow.nuvvula podi recipe naku kavali. thanks syamala

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