Wednesday, June 13, 2012

AVARAKKAI PORICHA KUZHAMBHU RECIPE| PORICHA KUZHAMBHU RECIPES

   Poricha kuzhambhu | kootu is a usual one which we make at home almost every week. Usually i make this as an accompaniment for rice and Vatha kuzhambhu. You can even mix this with rice and enjoy with papad and pickle.

Poricha kuzhambhu can be made with any veggies likes chow chow,beans and even with mixed veggies too. Today I am sharing the recipe of avarakkai (broad beans)poricha kuzhambhu.

poricha kuzhambhu

INGREDIENTS:

CHOPPED BROAD BEANS(AVARAKKAI) 1 CUP
YELLOW MOONG DAL 1/3 CUP
TURMERIC POWDER A PINCH
SALT AS NEEDED
COCONUT OIL | SUNFLOWER OIL 2 TSP
MUSTARD SEEDS 1/4 TSP

TO GRIND:

URAD DAL 1 TBLSP
RED CHILLI 2 NO
PEPPER 6-7 NO
CUMIN SEEDS 1/4 TSP
COCONUT SHREDDED 3 TBLSP
KOOTU

METHOD:

  • Roast the ingredients given the “To grind " table with little oil.
  • When it becomes cool, grind this into a smooth paste adding little water to this.
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  • Wash and cook the avarakkai and moong dal and in pressure cooker for 3 whistles, by adding salt and a pinch of turmeric powder. Add 3/4 cup of water to the dal and veggie while cooking.
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  • In a pan add oil and throw in the mustard seeds and when it splutters andd a pinch of asafoetida to this.
  • Add the cooked dal and veggie to this and mix well.
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  • Now add the ground ingredients  to this and mix well .

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  • Add little water to reach the right consistency. Garnish with curry leaves.

avarakkai kootu

Note:

  1. If the kootu becomes watery, just mix 1 tblsp of rice flour in water, without any lumps and add to the kootu before and boil this in a medium flame for a minute.
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25 comments:

  1. looks so good...would love to have it with hot rice and some ghee..

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  2. looks simple and delicious.

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  3. Just love it... Neat post

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  4. actually it suits more with rasam ..... one of the best digestive recipe.... :) my mom makes it better than me

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  5. looks so delicious..nice curry :)

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  6. delicious and yummy...

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  7. Wat a flavourful and fingerlicking poricha kuzhambu..yumm!

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  8. yummy n tempting curry.....

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  9. nice n yummy kuzhambu...never had it,must b gud 2 eat wid rice

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  10. Looking delicious n tempting curry...

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  11. kuzahambhu looks really delicious. nice recipe

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  12. looks so delicious! nice presentation Jey..
    Veena of great-secret-of-life.blogspot.com

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  13. Looks Perfect , bookmarked it

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  14. Goes well with Thengaai thuvaiyal or pudhinaa thuvaiyal or kothamalli thuvaiyal mixed with rice and this as side dish.Even tastes good with simple paruppu saadham with ghee and this kootu combo.Either Lemon rasam or jeera rasam is divine when Poritcha kootu is made

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  15. These are iyer family specials. we often get them in our homes. Nowadays, being a single and staying alone, I cook all these items myself - for me and neighbours as well - thyagarajan

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  16. Can we try it with channa dal or toor dal?

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    1. You can try with toor dal. channa dal will not give the consistency

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  17. Hi jeyashri

    Where can I buy avarakayi in Singapore

    Thanks

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    1. Avarakkai we get in mustafa, and all other vegetable shops in little india and opposite to mustafa center

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    2. Dear Mam,could you please try neer dosa recipe using rice flour and post it in your blog,because I am not able to make it properly.

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