Friday, March 13, 2015

VAZHAITHANDU MOR | NEER MOR WITH BANANA STEM

vazhaithandu-mor
Summer has started and many parts of India it is in peak. To beat the heat, we need to hydrate ourself with loads of water, cucumber and fresh fruits. Buttermilk | Neer mor is a best summer cooler and to make it more tasty i have already posted Neermor and Masala chaas recipe here. Last month  when i went  to India, my sister after making morkootu with vazhaithandu, made this vazhaithandu mor for all of us. We had this after a heavy breakfast, and it tasted very nice. Later after coming back here, i tried this few times and i can say i am addicted to this. You could never know that Vazhaithandu is added in this butter milk. Enjoy summer with this healthy drink.

Vazhaithandu Mor

  Preparation Time : 15 mins | Cooking Time : Nil |Serves: 2-3

     Vazhaithandu      1/4 cup (chopped)
     Green chili        a very small portion
     Yogurt |curd    1/2cup
      Water     1 to 1 and 1/2 cup
      Ginger   a small piece
      Curry leaves    few
      Oil    few drops
      Mustard  little
      Asafoetida | hing   a pinch      
     


Vazhaithandu butter milk
Method:
  • Grind the chopped vazhaithandu | banana stem along with green chili, ginger and curry leaves in a mixer. Add little water while grinding.
vazhaithandu mor
  • Churn the yogurt | curd and add enough water.
  • Filter this using a strainer. Add little water while filtering this. Discard the fiber and add the vazhai thandu juice to the churned butter milk.
vazhaithandu -mor
  • Temper mustard seeds and asafoetida in little oil and add this to the churned butter milk.
vazhaithandu mor
  • Chil this in the refrigerator and consume this when ever you want.
  • I will post more interesting butter milk recipes in the following weeks.
Neer-mor - banana stem
Notes:
  1. Do not add more green chili as it will make it spicy.
  2. Add little coriander leaves if you want.

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9 comments:

  1. Wow, refreshing. Will surely try.

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  2. So refreshing and addicted to it too.. My Grandma does this too...

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  3. Perfect for summer!!! delicious and very hydrating drink..

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  4. i think uncooked vazhaithandu should not be eaten.So better steam it and use .Thanks for giving a new idea.

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    1. We can eat un cooked vazhaithandu, we make salads and pachadi too

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  5. I used to drink this every morning during my working days! Only difference i don't strain it, just mix it with buttermilk and drink immediately!!! Tempering makes it more attractive!!! :)

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  6. A perfect drink and a kidney cleanser.. i jus love tis one..n tat pithalai paathiram is sooper cathcyy

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  7. Amazing buttermilk recipe.. so refreshing !!
    Will try this soon to beat the heat.
    Thanks jeyashri! Keep up the great work :)

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  8. Amazing buttermilk recipe.. so refreshing !!
    Will try this soon to beat the heat.
    Thanks jeyashri! Keep up the great work :)

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