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Who We Are

Adukale, meaning ’Kitchen’ in Sankethi dialect, is our humble attempt to reflect our grandmother’s passion for cooking. Everything you see here is made using natural ingredients and a whole lot of love. We don’t use Preservatives, Colors or Additives. Basically, nothing that you don't eat at home!

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Wall of Love

We are grateful to have received immense love from our patrons thru Email, Fb/Insta Messages, WhatsApp, etc.

That being said, none of those channels are truly public and the Internet is filled with fake reviews so we thought to do things bit differently.

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Stories, Recipes, & More

Just 2-3 interesting emails a month. No spam ever.


Delicious doesn’t have to mean junk. Our products contain zero preservatives and zero bad fat!

Traditions & Values

Experience the taste of age-old recipes that have been passed down generation to generation.

Adukale Awesomeness

  • Puliyogare: A Bowl of Blessings
    September 20, 2022

    Puliyogare: A Bowl of Blessings

    Spicy, savoury, sweet, and sour- a bowl of puliyogare is a burst of flavours, in perfect harmony with one another. Puliyogare for the Kannadigas, Pulisaadham or Puliyodhara for Tamilians, Pulihora for Telugites and Ambil Bhath for the Maharashtrians, this simple...

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  • The Maddur Vade—A Much Needed Accidental Invention!
    April 29, 2021

    The Maddur Vade—A Much Needed Accidental Invention!

    One day, a train arrived early and Shri Ramachandra Budhya's Pakoras weren't ready. He didn't wish to lose out on customers and came up with an idea to roll the dough flat (as the cone shape of the pakora takes longer to make and cook) and fry it like a vada. It became popular among the passengers and that's how Maddur Vade got its name.
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