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vegetarian recipes


buttermilk:2 glass
turmeric powder:a pinch
asafoetida:a pinch
salt to taste
tomato:1/2 chopped
oil:1 tsp
curry leaves
green chilies:2 slit
channa dhal:1/2tsp
gram flour (kadala maw):1cup
onion :1/2 (big one)
red chilly powder:1tsp
salt to taste
#TO the buttermilk add turmeric powder, asafoetida, salt and mix well
#to the kadai add oil and when it is hot add the mustard allow it to splutter, add curry leaves and the slit green chilies
#add the chopped tomatoes
#saute until the tomatoes are soft
#add the grounded paste to the tomatoes
#saute it for 2 to 3 mins
#slow down the flames and add the buttermilk mixture to it
#allow it to boil under the low flames


#mix gram flour, salt and the red chilly powder together
#add the onions and mix well again
#now add water and mix in such a way that the batter coats the onions
#deep fry the batter coated onions
#pakodas are ready

# add the pakodas to the buttermilk mixture
#add coriander leaves and serve the kozhambu with plain rice
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At 12:47 PM, Blogger Foodie's Hope said...

First time here!! You have a nice blog here!! Recipes are wonderful!Great job!! I will be back for more!!    

At 4:04 PM, Anonymous jayakarthik said...

thank you for visiting my blog. u are always welcome to my blog.    

At 12:18 AM, Anonymous Priya S&S said...

Nice recipe Jaya ! i usually dont add tomatoes to mor kulambu. Adding pakoras is a great idea.    

At 9:20 AM, Anonymous jayakarthik said...

thank you priya, yeah adding pakoras is my mom way of cookin, adding tomatoes was my idea    

At 9:09 PM, Blogger Prema Sundar said...

First time in your blog..recipes are great.. Morkuzhambu looks good. I do a bit different.Iam planning to post it sometime later. Urs sound interesting too. will try it sometime.thanks    

At 10:23 PM, Anonymous jayakarthik said...

thank you prema, infact i started this blog just this month(sep)
once again thank you for ur comment,do visit again    

At 7:43 AM, Blogger haz said...

hey jayaaaa i tried ur kurma....top a1...good job ...will try others n keep u posted ...    

At 8:40 AM, Anonymous jayakarthik said...

hey thanks haz, i m glad to u liked it.    

At 8:33 PM, Blogger Sriram said...

I am sriram working as a S/W programmer in boston. I owe a miliion
thnx 2 u .Turned out very well and my roomies have a posted a banner 'Sriram has set new standards' .

Please do keep posting

Thnx again!!


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