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India through my eyes – Its Red hot !

Rustic India is indeed colourful and its not just greens and browns that we are talking about.Its red hot too..Chilli and Andhra Pradesh are quite synonymous..they say Telugu food is quite spicy too. I was crossing the Andhra -Karnataka border near Mantralaya when we stopped by this fiery colour. I think India is red hot ! what do you think ?

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  1. T and S 20 April, 2009 at 18:12 Reply

    Perfect series for the present weather in Bangalore. Its as hot as these red chillies. Thank god it rained yesterday and looks like it will rain again today.

  2. Reader Wil 21 April, 2009 at 22:31 Reply

    In Indonesia, and even now as well, I always ate peppers. We made sambal of it. Sambal ulek, sambal brandal, sambal manis. All very nice with rice and meat.
    Thanks for the visit.

  3. AJEYA RAO 22 April, 2009 at 16:09 Reply

    Nice pics…Had taken some similar pics while returning from Hubli to Mangalore few years back…We were invited to have lunch with the villagers as they were working on these fields…Lovely villages of India.

  4. alok 23 April, 2009 at 13:04 Reply

    Nice pics!

    And they say Telugu food is quite spicy too, reminds me one of the “Andra style” restaurants that I visited sometime back 😀

  5. Rey 24 April, 2009 at 02:40 Reply

    Its so so Sizzling..HOT HOT HOT..

    Wew!!…its a bunch of chili!!..

    Spices can make u thirst!!..need more more water!!…. (“,)

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  6. Lakshmi 24 April, 2009 at 10:17 Reply

    Shrinidhi – Maybe..Im not sure I remember the name..but its immediately after mantralaya

    kendris – Thanks

    T & S – Oh yes, I agree..its been very hot in Bangalore this summer..hopefully the rains are a bit more regular

    Rajesh – 🙂 lots of masala

    sandeep – The colours are wonderful 🙂

    Bindu, Sukhdev, Jen – Thanks..India is indeed colourful

    Indrani – The colours change all the time..

    Arun – Think you shd leave then 🙂

    Gopal – Yes..typical 🙂

    Mark – Its quite spicy and pungent..but adds a lot of flavour

    Erin, Sylvia – Thanks is quite a show stopper I guess

    Reader Will – Have you ever been to India ? We use chillis in almost every dish

    Wendy – I like this shade too..and the contrast with the brown is quite stark

    Fishing guy – Oh yes, we use them virtually every day in our cooking

    Sundar – Thanks for the comment and visit..glad you liked it

    Brit Gal Sarah – If you pass Indian villages, you will find heaps and heaps of them

    Photo Cache – Thanks for dropping in..I will be in there shortly

    Sandy – Thanks..Its quite hot !

    UK – I find green chillis spicer though..liked your comment 🙂

    Arija – Oh yes, they add a lot of flavour

    Travelmuse – You bet !

    Celine – oh yes, but Blr is slowly getg some rains..

    J – Thats a nice comment..Hot is cool too !

    Ajeya – Must have been a wonderful share your pics

    Glennis – Thanks..glad you liked my world

    kamini – Mine too..but thats cos Im cooking now 🙂

    Munish – Thanks for that lovely comment

    Rey – Spices can make one thirsty..and probably not the right season to have some spicy food..will be dropping in shortly

  7. mandino 3 July, 2009 at 09:18 Reply

    I’ve never seen so much peppers! 🙂 wow! I would love to share this with my family in and we could get to talk about this too! 🙂

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