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Thursday, September 17, 2009

Morkulambu recipe | South Indian gravy

Mor kulambhu is a traditonal south indian yogurt based gravy . It tastes heaven with hot rice and parrupu usli. Mor kuzhambhu is a creamy yogurt gravy , which is loved by all our family members. It tastes good with Yam fry and Seppankizhanghu fry
mor kuzhambhu


Mor kuzhambhu

  Preparation Time : 15 mins | Cooking Time : 20 Mins |Serves: 4

    Yogurt| curd  2 cups
     Toor dal  1 tblsp
     Coconut (grated)  1 tblsp
     Green chili  2
     Cumin seed| jeera  1 tsp
     Ladies finger   5
     Turmeric powder  1/4 tsp
     Asafoetida  2 pinches
     Curry leaves  few
     Coconut oil   2 tsp
     Mustard seeds   1/4 tsp
     Salt  as needed
     Cooking oil  1 tsp  
     
   

  
mor kuzhambhu

Method:

  • Soak the toor dal in very little water for 15 mins. Beat the curd nicely using a whisk  and make it as buttermilk. Don't add water to it. The butter milk should be thick. Add salt as needed , turmeric powder and asafoetida to it and keep it aside.

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  • Grind the soaked toor dal,jeeragam green chillies and coconut into a fine paste.
  • While grinding this don't use water,use the buttermilk we have kept aside. This will prevent from the mor kulambhu becoming watery.

morkuzhambu 2
  • Meanwhile cut the ladies finger and fry it till golden brown using a non stick pan and keep it aside. Add little salt to this while cooking.
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  • Then add the paste to the buttermilk we have kept aside.
  • Keep the flame small and cook till frothy.
  • Then heat the pan put a tsp of oil and temper mustard seeds to it and add the buttermilk mixture to it. Keep in the stove top in a medium low and stir it in between.

morkuzhambu 4
  • Add the ladys finger before serving.
  • Switch off the gas when it starts boiling. Now add the coconut oil and garnish with curry leaves 

mor kuzhambhu

  • Transfer it to a serving bowl and do not cover it fully immediately. Slightly cover it and when it is warm then fully close it.
   
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28 comments:

  1. Hi jeyshri,
    nice step by step procedure,mine is litt;le bit different from urs....nice pic:)

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  2. hmmm.....Yummy,I love ladies finger in more kuzhambu,perfect combo!!!

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  3. Nice colour, lovely pic and seems delicious too....will try this weekend...

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  4. I was searching for a morkuzhambu like this..very simple , looks superb !! Bright picture , nice step by step explanation..:) planning to try ur veg biriyani this weekend..will let u know :)

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  5. wowwwww...moru kulambu n fried okra looks so tempting!...delicious!!!!

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  6. Thank u all for leaving ur comments here.

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  7. wow..more kulambu romba nalla erukku..it is not easy to make this like any other kulumbu..it can curdle anytime..i think urs is best..keep blogging more

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  8. Thank u so much priya for ur encouraging comments

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  9. Jeyamma,

    More kozhambu is my favorite dish. Your presentation is simply awesome. Now all I need is some paruppusili and I am ready to eat. :-)

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  10. Meena its absolutely pleasure to serve u.Catch the flight soon.

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  11. looks so delicious nice color little different then mine.

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  12. Hi Jeyshri superb photo and I love mor kozhambu.. so you are getting an award. Pls collect it from my blog.

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  13. AWESOME :-) - I'll try it and let you know how it went!

    Your pics are awesome too!

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  14. Thank u so much rekha and sarawathi.
    Sriram welcome, Try it and i bet surely u like it more.

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  15. great recipe..love this dish..also must say its so detailed...very helpful..

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  16. Lovely step by step procedure... I posted a similar one too...

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  17. Thanks Jeya for ur encouraging words, first time to you space too..More kuzhambu looks fantastic....U have a lovely blog too..

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  18. Thank u so much priya for visiting my blog

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  19. I love Morkulambu. My recipe is almost same, except that i add a little coriander seeds too while grinding the paste.

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  20. droolworthy morkuzhambu..will finish the whole bowl..looks awesome..!

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  21. very good. It really helped me with the quantities. aCtually I had gotgot confused with what my mom makes and that my mil makes. Well you told me exactly the way my mom makes. This one is called "Pachai mor kozhambu". Well thanks a lot.

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  22. it s looking so n ice n tasty.

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  23. Good recipe. Thank you for sharing. Nice pictures.

    I added some garlic and onions before frying the okra... gives a better texture and smell to the kozhambu.

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  24. Hai nice i like ur all receipes i tried 5 receipe in ur website thank u so much

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  25. Jeyshree thank u ur recipe helped lot a lot
    And came out very well

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  26. haii nice receipe my husband liked so much

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  27. Thanks for sharing such wonderful array of recipes
    Your blog is a life saver for me
    I am learning cooking reading your blog
    Great effort

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  28. Thanks. I tried this one. It comes excellent in taste.it is my fav dish. I have followed your instructions. Thanks again.

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