Kodi Vepudu

Written by Mullai

Modest, friendly and hardworking.  "Virgoans Rule"..


  1. hannah yelisetty

    Im trying your recipe and website for the first time….my husband said the picture you have up is correct kind of dish he wants, but I am confused by ingredients…you mention shallots and green chilies but the instructions do not mention when to put them in dish. Would you help me with this? It seems it also lists five regular onions and five shallots and the picture looks like onions are sticking to chicken pieces. Does this mean you fry a regular onion at beginning and then add shallots and chilies at the end before gravy dries up? Is it really meant to put five regular onions or just ONE onion for gravy(that will dry up) and then FIVE shallots at the end?

    1. Mullai

      Sorry, I did fix it and you need to add both the onions at the same time. I guess there has been some typing error, its 3 medium sized onions and 5 shallots which gives thick masala to coat the chicken. Hope this helps. Thanks.

  2. Anitha Vinay

    Hi mullai,
    Your site is really awesome..i tried chicken chittenad,veg briyani,parota everything came out really well..my family enjoyed ur dishes…now my husband is aksing me to cook hydrabad Dhum biriyani can u please tell me the recipe…
    Thank u in advance.

  3. Shanthi

    Hi mullai,

    This recipe is really good and spicy. Could you plz mention at what stage should the green chillies be added?

    I have tried ur chicken chettinad recipe, kodiguddu pulusu, chicken salna, medhu pakoda, and kurma and all taste very good.



  4. anithakamal

    hi mullai,
    u are doing a good job i have tried most of ur recipes vegtable biriyani,chicken biriyani,chicken salna,panneer makani,cauliflower peas masala and more like this everything came out great. i recomment this link to all of my friends.and every one says it is a good website to prepare great recipes.
    i got some questions regarding kodi vepudu.
    is this a dry recipe? i tryed it twice it came out great but got some gravy.one of my friend also said the same but ur picture shows it as dry dish.
    could u please tell the size of onions? as we find different size in market.i used 3 big red onions.when should i add shallots? along with onions,should i chopp it very finely?
    thanks for ur great job

    1. Mullai

      Hello AnithaKamal,

      Thanks!! Glad you tried all my recipes, actually… Kodi vepudu is a dry fry item, vepudu means fry… so gravy is not a part of this dish, you may find some masala sticking to the chicken. If you wish, increase the number of onions (medium size), same way increase the tomato count too. You may add the shallots (chopped) when you fry the onions, no big deal. Special thanks for forwarding this link to your friends.

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