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vegetarian recipes


Big onions:1 medium sized
tomatoes:2 diced
sambar powder:2 tsp full
grated cocnut:2 Tbsp
tamarind paste:2 Tbsp
brinjal:3 to 4
salt to taste

oil:2 Tbsp
chana dal:1tsp
red chilies:2 broken to half
curry leaves
asafoetida:1 pinch

#heat oil and saute onions
#take half of the sauted onions mix it with tomatoes, grated coconut and sambar powder, grind it into smooth paste and keep it aside
#along with the other half of the onions add brinjal and saute them until cooked
#heat oil and do the seasoning, then add tamarind paste, water and turmeric powder
#after it starts to boil add the remaining sauted onions, add salt
#after 2 or 3 mins add the grounded paste and allow it to boil for sometime
#once it starts to thicken add the jaggery
enjoy the kozhambu with rice and drumstick curry
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At 3:53 PM, Blogger Foodie's Hope said...

Oh my!! Jaya,looks wonderful, cravings have started now!! YUM!!    

At 4:39 PM, Anonymous jayakarthik said...

:D thanks asha hope u will prepare the dish.    

At 10:53 AM, Anonymous Chitra J said...

Made this last night and was real good!!!( I mean, REAL good.)Thn for the recipe.    

At 11:07 AM, Anonymous jayakarthik said...

thanks chitra
glad u liked it    

At 6:57 PM, Blogger Karthikeyan Palaniappan said...

Hi Jaya,
You really are maintaining very good site, not only the dishes, the way it is presented, photographs, and very good appeal.
Keep the good work.
Your receipes did taste good.

At 5:05 AM, Anonymous shri said...

hai! jeya your preperation is really gud.could you plz post sambhar powder ingredients.    

At 2:39 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi, Jaya,

I am somewhere in the mid of Indian Ocean working in African Country (Comoros East Africa) Here we are only 2 Tamilians who are suffering a lot to taste our recipe. The day I prepared Kara Kozhamby trough your recipe, we both of us felt like as if we were in Karaikudy at Chettinadu Hotel, (Sorry) at your home. Live long and leave us similar dishes. Great. May God bless you.

Suresh and Swaminathan from Moroni, Comoros East Africa    

At 9:35 AM, Blogger jayakarthik said...

thanks a lot mr. suresh and mr.swaminathan
i m happy to know that u enjoyed the recipe
i m no longer in this blogging world, sorry abt that.
but guess u can try out other recipes too in my link.
safe traveling to u both    

At 9:07 AM, Anonymous D.Raghavan said...

Wonderful alternate method to the traditional chettinadu.All them ingredients pose a 'killing effect',wonderful we all enjoyed it.

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