Discover Andamans

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Welcome to Discover Andaman Islands

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Earlier called “Kalapani”(Dark waters) The Andaman Islands is an exotic, mysterious and forbidden land lying in the South Eastern Part  of the Bay of Bengal forming a string, shimmering like a emerald necklace, with around a total of 572 islands, More....

Discover Andaman Islands is for the first time introducing a new feature to our visitors. You can send a picture of one of Andaman Scenery as a postcard by clicking on the link below. Choose from list of cards, complete the form and your unique card will be delivered direct to their inbox in minutes.


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 Experience the hospitality and carry back pleasant  memories. Book  your holidays at Andaman. 


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Featured Item

Sold in almost

 

every street


corner the


spicy and


filling egg roll 


is an all-time favourite in Andaman.


Ingredients:

• 4 Pulkas
• 4 Eggs 
• 2 tbsp Oil 
• ½ Cucumber 
• 1 Red Onion 
• 4 Green Chilli Peppers 
• Tomato Sauce (to taste)

Recipe:
• Thinly slice cucumber, red onion and green chilli pepper.
• Beat the eggs in a medium bowl until fluffy.
• Place a large frying pan on heat and heat ½ tbsp of oil.
• Pour ¼ egg mixture into the frying pan and swirl it immediately to form a roti size omelette.
• Before the egg sets, place a roti on the omelette and press it gently.
• Flip the roti when the egg is done and cook for a few seconds.
• Remove the roti from the frying pan and place on a board with the egg side up.
• Divide the sliced vegetables into 4 portions.
• Line up one portion of the vegetables in the centre of the roti.
• Squeeze out some tomato sauce.
• Roll up the roti with the vegetables in the centre.
• Wrap up the roll into lunch paper or greaseproof paper to hold it together.
• Repeat for the remaining egg mixture, pulkas and vegetables

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