Thursday, May 17, 2012

Vendakkai Puli Kulambu/lady's finger gravy



                                         
Ingredients:


Vendakkai/Okra/Lady's finger-10 (small size)
Onion - 1(Finely Chopped)Tomato - 2(Finely Chopped)                               
Red Chilli powder -  2 tbsp
Coriander Powder - 1tbsp

Turmeric powder - 1/4 tbsp
Tamarind puree - 1/4 cup
Coconut - 1/2 cup (grated)

Mustard seed -  1/4 tbsp  
Cumin seed(jeera) -  1/4 tbspFenu Greek (Vendayam) -  1/4 tbsp
Curry leaves - little
Coriander leaves - little





Method:

Wash and cut the vendakka into 1/2 inch pieces.

Grind the coconut with some water and make it as a thick paste.

Heat oil in a pan,add mustard,cumin,fenu greek & curry leaves.

After splutter,add the chopped onion and saute until it becomes transparent.

Add the chopped tomato and cook until the tomato becomes soft.

Add the red chili powder,coriander powder & turmeric powder and stir it.

Add the small pieces vendakka & salt and stir it.Then add some water & bring it to boil.

Once the vegetable has cooked, add the tamarind juice and a cup of water and bring it to boil
 until the raw smell goes off and gets little thicker.

Add the ground paste of coconut & add water if necessary.Cover it and cook.

Serve with white rice.






14 comments:

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  2. Hi Rekha ,

    Puli kulambu Looks beautiful and tempting...

    Keep Rock...

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  5. That was yummy. I cooked and it was really fantastic. Thanks for the nice recipee.

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  6. Thanks for the nice recipee. This turned out amazing. A very yummy vendakkai puzhi kuzhambhu.

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  8. Seems very delicious. Though I have not tasted yet. Thanks!

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  9. Nice post. Even kids would surely like this Vendakkai recipe. Thanks for the recipe.

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