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vegetarian recipes


Each month i try recipes from other foodblogs and publish it in my blog, this month i prepared TINDORA CURRY .Recipe can be obtained from

just made a change to the recipe ie instead of adding coconut flakes i added ginger along with garlic (crushed)

it came out well. i enjoyed it with chapathi

thanks to V CUISINE



wheat flour:3 cups

salt to taste

ghee or oil:2tsp

green chilies:5 chopped

onion:1 big size chopped

water for making dough


#mix all the dry ingredients first (wheat flour, salt, onion, green chilies)

#then add ghee or oil to the dry ingredients

#then sprinkle water and start to prepare dough

#close and allow the dough to rest for 5 mins

#make the dough to small rounds and roll it to a flat circle

#heat a thava and cook the flattened dough

#enjoy the chapathi with tindora curry

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At 9:11 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Jaya..lovely dish..i have to admit i don't have tindora a lot but this dish has made me want to try it again...thanks for posting the link..I will go visit the site that copies stuff...crazy people out there...anyway...thanks for sharing...~smile~    

At 8:36 AM, Blogger Asha said...

Hi Jaya! I made this too and put it one of posts with credit to her! Isn't that a delicious dish? I made it as a side dish with rice and rasam.YUM!!    

At 9:00 AM, Blogger USHA said...

Hi Jaya,

I never had receipes with Tindora before till i arrive U.S.
First i tried Lakshmi's my rasoi's tindora masala, it came out very well.
Let me try this form also, really it encourages our fellow bloggers when we try their receipes and drop feed back. I felt it from you already,thanks dear.    

At 9:04 AM, Blogger jayakarthik said...

thank you dilipji
infact i never use to take any vegetables before marriage
but now i dont eat without vegetable.try this recipe it was very nice along with chapathi
sure do visit that link funny and daring gal    

At 9:07 AM, Blogger jayakarthik said...

ohh really i guess i missed that post then, how did i miss it?????
next time i will try it with rice thanks asha

try n let me know usha
it was excellent i just loved it
except for single change that i made, i didnt add coconut instead i added ginger
also came out well
try both :D    

At 2:51 PM, Blogger Lakshmik said...

Hi Jaya

Thanks for trying out my recipe. And thanks for giving a link too. Cheers!    

At 2:57 PM, Blogger Lakshmik said...

Hi again

I was reading Dilip UK's comment for the tindora recipe. Did not understand what he was trying to say "I will go visit the site that copies stuff...crazy people out there". Is he accusing of copying the recipe, or what? No idea.    

At 3:13 PM, Blogger jayakarthik said...

hi lakshmi thanks for leaving ur comment, ur recipe came out really well

hey and please dont mistake dilipji's comment, its regarding the copyrights he was commenting on    

At 6:48 PM, Blogger Lakshmik said...

Yes, Jaya I realized that but just wanted to clarify. I did not mistake his comment at all.    

At 6:50 PM, Blogger Jayashree said...

Love the idea of adding onions and chillies to the chapati. Haven't tried it before. Thank u for sharing.    

At 6:59 PM, Blogger jayakarthik said...

cool lakshmi
thanks for leaving ur comment again regarding this

thanks jayashree i m sure u will love it do let me a note if u try it    

At 10:00 PM, Blogger Revathi said...

Looks delish.. Just like my mother cooks kovakai    

At 1:37 AM, Blogger Prema Sundar said...

Tindora curry looks yummy ..    

At 9:18 AM, Blogger jayakarthik said...

thanks revathi, adding ginger garlic was a good idea to me

thank you prema especially with chapathi it tasted very nice    

At 11:42 PM, Blogger Vcuisine said...

Hi Jaya, nice side dish for chappati or pulkas different from the regular gravies. Thanks. Viji    

At 6:52 AM, Blogger jayakarthik said...

thank you viji
yeah its different from the regular sidedishes for chapathi
do try it, its really delicious with chapathi    

At 8:49 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Jaya,

Wow...another Tamil soul....Iam feeling very happy to be with u guys..All praise to God. Iam new to this world of food blogs, but feel like I have been before here,for ages. Nice blog. Simple and homely recipes. Kalakkunga...!!    

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