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  • Pasi Parupu Sambar Recipe

    August 29, 2009 By: admin Category: Sambar/Gravy


    Pasi parupu or moong dhal or payatham paruppu – 1 cup

    Tomato – 2

    Onion – 2

    Green Chilli – 2

    Turmeric powder – a pinch

    Tamarind – a small lemon size

    Chilli powder – 1 tsp

    Salt – to taste

    Oil – 2tsp

    Mustard – 1/2 tsp


    1. Cook the moong dhal or pasi paruppu adding water and turmeric. Keep it aside.

    2. Keep onion and tomatoes finely chopped.

    3. Extract juice from tamarind adding water.

    4. Slice the green chilli and keep it ready.

    5. Now take a pan or bowl, heat oil, add mustard and allow it to splatter.

    6. Now add the chopped onion, tomato and the sliced green chilli and fry for few mins.

    7. Now add the tamarind juice and add the chilli powder, salt and mix well.

    8. Allow it to boil and then add the cooked pasi paruppu or moong dhal.

    9. Mix well and allow it to boil and finally garnish with fresh coriander leaves.

    Pasi Parupu Sambar

    Pasi Parupu Sambar

    This pasi parupu sambar is the best side dish for dosa and idli. It can also be served with rice.

    Puli Kuzhambu Recipe

    August 28, 2009 By: admin Category: Sambar/Gravy


    Tamarind – small lemon size

    Thick butter milk(slightly sour) – 150 ml or 1 glass

    Ladies finger – cut into 1 inch pieces

    Mustard – 1/2 tsp

    Curry leaves – to garnish

    Salt – to taste

    For Masala:

    Dry Red chillies – 6

    Urad dhal – 2 tablespoon

    Fenugreek – 1 tsp

    Asafoetida – a pinch

    Grated coconunt – 1/2 cup

    coconut oil – 2 tsp


    1. Take a tawa, heat 1 tsp coconut oil and fry the masala ingredients except coconut.

    2. Allow it to cool and get them grinded along with coconut adding little water.

    3. Extract thick juice from tamarind adding little water.

    4. Take a thick bottomed vessel and add the tamarind juice and salt and allow it to boil.

    5. Now add the ladies finger and allow it to cook.

    6. When half cooked, add the paste and stir well.

    7. After 5 mins, add the butter milk and boil for just 4-5 mins and turn off the stove.

    8. Heat 1 tsp coconut oil and add mustard and curry leaves and season it over the prepared kuzhambu.

    Puli Kuzhambu

    Puli Kuzhambu

    This is a traditional recipe that goes very well when served with parupu usili, chepan kizhangu fry and vazhaikai poriyal.

    Sri Ganesh Chaturthi: Kondai Kadalai Sundal Recipe

    August 23, 2009 By: admin Category: Festives & Sweets, Snacks

    During Sri Ganesh Chaturthi, we also prepare this Kondai Kadalai or channa or garbanzo beans sundal and offer it to God.


    Kondai Kadalai or Garbanzo beans or channa (white) – 1 cup

    Coconut scrapings – 3 tsp

    Mustard – 1/2 tsp

    Oil – 1 tsp

    Red chilli – 2 – 3

    Curry and coriander leaves – to garnish

    Salt – as required


    1. Wash and soak the channa or kondai kadalai in water overnight.

    2. Steam cook it adding water and salt.

    3. Now take a tawa, heat oil and add mustard and allow it to pop.

    4. Now add the red chilli and curry and coriander leaves.

    5. Add the cooked kondai kadalai or channa and mix well.

    6. Finally add the coconut scrapings and turn off the stove.

    Channa or kondai kadalai sundal

    Channa or kondai kadalai sundal

    Kondai kadalai sundal or Channa sundal is ready.

    Sri Ganesh Chaturthi: Kozhukattai Recipe

    August 23, 2009 By: admin Category: Festives & Sweets

    Kozhukattai or Moodak Recipe is the special dish for Ganesh Chaturthi


    Rice flour – 2 cup

    Water – 1 1/2 cup

    Cardamom powder – 1/4 tsp

    Coconut – 1 cup

    Jaggery – 1/2 cup

    oil – 2 tsp


    1. Take little water in a tawa, heat it and add the powdered jagerry.

    2. Once jaggery melts and add the coconut and mix well.

    3. When it thickens add cardamom powder and turn off the stove.

    Poornam or the sweet stuffing is ready.

    4. Heat 1 1/2 cup water and add a pinch of salt and 2 tsp oil to it.

    5. When water starts boiling, add the rice flour and mix well.

    6. Allow the recently mixed rice flour to cool down a bit and start making small cups  and fill the poornam inside and close the corners.

    Note: You can either close it sidewise or in the top. Just check out both ways in the pics.

    Kozhukattai closed sidewise

    Kozhukattai closed side-wise

    Moodak (closed at the top) specially for Ganesh Chaturthi

    Moodak (closed at the top) specially for Ganesh Chaturthi

    7. Steam cook the prepared kozhukattai for min 7-10 mins and kozhukattai is ready.

    Murungaikeerai Kozhukattai Recipe

    August 20, 2009 By: admin Category: Breakfast/Easy tiffin


    Unpolished Rice – 2 cup

    Coconut milk – 1 cup

    Ginger – small piece

    Green Chilli – 3

    Murungai Keerai or drum stick leaves – 2 cup

    Coconut oil – 2 tablespoon

    Mustard – 1/2 tsp

    Urad dhal – 1 tsp

    Raw Ground nut or peanut – 1/2 cup

    Asafoetida – a pinch

    Grated Carrot – 1 cup

    Salt – to taste

    Water – 1/2 cup


    1. Break the rice to rava consistency in the mixie.

    2. Grind ginger (peel off skin) and green chilli to a fine paste.

    3. Now take a thick bottom pan, heat coconut oil and add mustard, urad dhal and groundnut and saute.

    4. Add asafoetida, ginger-chilli paste, cleaned drumstick leaves and saute.

    5. Now add the grated carrot and allow it to cook for few seconds and add half cup water and coconut milk. Allow it to boil.

    6. Add broken rice and mix well and add salt and allow it to cook for few mins.

    7. When the mixture thickens turn off the stove and allow it to cool.

    8. Now make small kozhukattai’s and steam cook it.

    Our Murungai keerai Kozhukattai is ready.

    Murungai Keerai Carrot Kozhukattai

    Murungai Keerai Carrot Kozhukattai

    Note: Unpolished rice is rich in fibre, protein and B-complex. Drumstick leaves are very good for anemic people. Hence you serve your family with a healthy balanced diet.

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