Ok Everyone Onam is on its way..So lets start making some onam special dishes....I have some of the keralan dishes in my blog...Hope you check that....
If you like sweet and tangy dishes like me then I bet you...this will be your favorite...This is a typical dish in all keralan festivals or functions..You can find this dish in their plates...
This serves as a pickle too...You can make this a ton and store it in fridge for a while...It stays good for a long time...
I think it will be a good spread for roti’s or sandwiches...But it taste great served with rice and pulisery...
So I hope you all will try this...
Ginger-1 cup made into paste
Green chilli-5 made into paste
Tamarind / Puli -1 lemon size dissolved in water
Jaggery / Sarkarai / Vellam -4 tblspn
Turmeric powder / Manjal podi / Haldi-1 tsp
Chilli powder-2 tsp
Salt to taste
Coconut Oil-2 tblspn
Coconut oil-3 tblspn
Mustard seeds / Kaduku-1 tsp
Fenugreek seeds / Vendayam -1/2 tsp
Dry red chilli-2
Asafoetida / Hing / Kayapodi-1 tsp
Curry leaves-1 spring
Heat 2 tblspn of oil in a kadai and add ginger and green chilli and mix well..
Add in turmeric powder and chilli powder and mix well..
Season with salt and mix well..Pour in tamarind juice and let it come to a boil..
Simmer for 10-15 mins until it thickens up..
Throw in jaggery and mix well..Let this bubble for 5 mins till it get thickens..
Now make the tempering by heating oil along with mustard,fenugreek,dry chilli,hing,curry leaves..
Pour this over the inchi and mix well..
Serve with rice and any gravy..
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|Take all your ingrediants|
|Saute some ginger and chilli|
|add in turmeric for colour...|
|now add in some chilli powder for spice|
|and season with some salt...|
|pour in tamarind juice|
|cover and cook till done...|
|now add a piece of jaggery|
|let it thicken up..|
|now make tadka by crackling some mustard and fenugreek seeds....|
|add in dry red chilli and curry leaves...|
|pour this over the gravy|
|mix it up....|
|I love it with rice and morkulambu|