Here is an exclusive list of some of the most popular Dry Fruits Names in Telugu that’ll help you to know more about the languague!
Dry fruits are the powerhouse of multiple nutrients that can be eaten straight out of hand or added to desserts. Have a look at some of the most popular Dry Fruits Names in Telugu!
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Popular Dry Fruits Names in Telugu
1. Pistachio (Pista)
Telugu Name: Pista Pappu
Nutty-flavored pistachios are a favorite of everyone!
2. Cashew (Kaju)
Telugu Name: Jeedi Pappu
Whether it is delicacies like kheer or pudding, or savory dishes, cashew is cherished in all.
3. Almond (Badam)
Telugu Name: Badham
Nutty almonds can be munched straight out of hand to beat mid-meal hunger.
Telugu Name: Pine Kayalu
A buttery texture and a pine-like note make them a delicious addition to pesto and desserts.
5. Peanut (Moongphalli)
Telugu Name: Verusanaga
Be it raw, fried, or roasted, salt seasoned peanuts are the true delight on their own.
6. Date (Khajur)
Telugu Name: Kharjoora Pandu
Chewy and sweet dates are touted in Islam, as Mohammad used to eat dates during iftar.
7. Dried Fig (Anjeer)
Telugu Name: Athi Pallu
Packed with dietary fiber and protein, dried fig keeps hunger pangs at bay for a long.
8. Poppy Seeds (Khaskhas)
Telugu Name: Gasagasaalu
Be it a pudding or gravies, it complements both.
9. Apricot (Khubani)
Telugu Name: Khubani / Jardaloo
Apricot is a healthy addition to shakes and cereals.
10. Lotus Seed (Makhana)
Telugu Name: Tavara Vittalu
Nothing can be as delightful as having a bowl of salty roasted makhana.
11. Walnut (Akhrot)
Telugu Name: Aakrot / Akrotukaya
Earthy flavored walnuts pair nicely with pasta, salads, and cereals.
12. Sesame Seed (Til)
Telugu Name: Nuvvulu
Season your salads with roasted sesame seeds or prepare scrummy laddoos.
13. Raisin (Kishmish)
Telugu Name: Kismis
Naturally-sweet raisins can be eaten straight out of hand to curb a sudden sugar craving.
14. Flax Seed (Alsi)
Telugu Name: Avise Ginjalu
Have one tablespoon of flax seeds per day to keeps your cholesterol and sugar levels in check.
15. Sunflower Seed (Surajmukhi Beej)
Telugu Name: Poddutirugudu Ginjalu
You can sprinkle them over curry and pasta to enhance the flavor!
16. Desiccated Coconut (Khopra)
Telugu Name: Kobbari
An integral part of both sweet and savory recipes, desiccated coconut adds sweetness and texture both.
17. Arrowroot (Ararot)
Telugu Name: Araru Gaddalu
Generally used as a thickening agent, its subtle flavor is cherished in gluten-free, vegan recipes.
18. Cudpahnut (Chironji)
Telugu Name: Raj Adanamu
Indian delicacies like kheer and pudding feel incomplete without its flavorful topping.
19. Water Chestnut (Singhara)
Telugu Name: Kubyakam
It is relished raw as well as boiled for mid-meal snacks.
20. Nutmeg (Jayphal)
Telugu Name: Jaikaaya
Grated nutmeg livens up the taste of custard and pudding, and also used in making Garam masala.