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SAMAYAL KALAI

vegetarian recipes
 

MONK'S COOK BOOK RECIPES .......

VENDAIKKAI PORIYAL (SUBZI BHINDI)
INGREDIENTS:-
ladies finger(vendaikkai) :-500gms
cumins poowder:- 1tbsp
chili powder:- 1/2tsp
ghee:- 2Tbsp
coriander powder:- 1Tbsp
turmeric powder:- a pinch
mustard:-1/2tsp
green chili:-1
asafoetida:- one pinch
salt to taste
curry leaves and coriander leaves :-few

METHOD:-
  1. rinse the ladies finger and pat dry it with paper towel.
  2. cut off the top and bottom of the ladiesfinger and chop it to 1/2 inch pieces.
  3. heat ghee , add mustard and allow it to splutter, then add curry leaves
  4. to the above , add coriander powder, turmeric powder, green chili, chili powder, cumin powder and mix it well
  5. finally add asafoetida
  6. when it is brown add the chopped ladiesfinger , and desired amount of salt and stir fry for 2 mins
  7. continue to stir fry until the ladiesfinger is tender in texture
  8. finally garnish with chopped coriander and serve hot with rice or with chapathi.

AYURVEDIC RASAM




serving amt:-4
INGREDIENTS:
ghee:-2tsp
garlic:-1 pod
cumin powder:1tsp
coriander powder:2tsp
fennel powder:2tsp
asafoetida:one pinch
turmeric powder:one pinch
mustard seeds:1tsp
fenugreek:1/2tsp
cinnamon powder:1/2tsp
tamarind paste:1Tbsp
tomato:1 1/2(medium size)
onion:1/2 (minced)
salt to taste

METHOD:-
  1. combine all the powder ingredients and dry roast it
  2. mix the tamarind with water , add the above powder ingredients along with garlic, and the minced onion and chopped tomatoes.
  3. bring it to boil
  4. as soon as it starts t boil, simmer it and cook
  5. heat ghee in a small frying pan add the mustard seeds allow it to splutter
  6. then add it to the rasam
  7. add salt finally, when the tomatoes are tender remove from heat and enjoy it with rice
P.S:- instead of using the powder ingredients, you can use the dhania seeds, cumin seeds, fennel seeds, cinnamon dry roast and then grind it, in this way it adds more freshness to the ingredients.

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At 8:46 AM, Blogger Akal's Saappadu said...

vendakkai poriyal looks slightly crispy and yummy. i came here searching for the cauliflower poriyal and found it indeed, a simple and delicious recipe. nice blog you've got here; simple and authentic indian recipes, happy that i found you!    



At 11:35 AM, Blogger Useful Shopping Tips said...

arumaiyana recipe    



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