This native dish of Andhra Pradesh is the spicy cousin of the sweet Gavvalu. Karam Gavvalu from Vellanki Foods can be the best companion for your lunch, dinner and literally anything else! ‘Gavvalu’ literally translates to shell, which is exactly what the dish looks like. The festival of Gokulashtami is never complete without offering Gavvalu to Lord Krishna as it is believed that it is one of His favourite snacks (after all, He bears a conch shell). Made with rice flour, rava and maida, the dough is mixed with chilli powder and shaped to resemble shells before being deep fried in oil for a crispy, crunchy finish.
- Maida, Butter, Salt, Chilli powder, Curry leaves, Sunflower Oil.