ingredients are yogert-2 cups coconut-1 tbsp ginger and garlic-little green chilli-2 onion-1/2 or shallots(small onion)-2 jeera (cumin powder)-1/2 tsp turmeric powder as needed
first mix yogert with water not too loose.grind well onion,coconut,ginger garlic,turmeric powder,cumin or jeera powder in water.after grinding it well add green chilli and switch on for 1 or 2 seconds .pour this into the loosened yogert. keep it in flame and stir .when it is hot enough(dont boil) add curry leaves,salt and fenugreek powder.
,put mustard seeds in oil..when it splutters add,dry red chilli,and onion finely grated...this seasoning is po ured over the yogert mixture .
Ripe Mango or Pineapple - 10 to 12 pieces Green chilly - 6no Turmeric powder - 1/4 tsp Chilli powder - 1/2 tsp Coconut - 8 tbsp (I use dry grated coconuts available in stores, if you are using fresh coconut, take accordingly.) Cumin seeds - 1/8 tsp Mustard - 1/2 tsp Fenugreek - little Red chilli(whole) - 2 Thick yogurt - 1 cup Curry leaves - a few Oil and Salt - to taste
Preparation: Cook mango/pineapple with 3 green chillies, turmeric pdr, chilli pdr, water and salt. When done mash it using a spoon. Grind coconut with the remaining green chillies and cumin seeds. Add to the cooked mango/pineapple and heat to boil. Turn off the flame. Add yogurt and mix very well. Season with mustard seeds, curry leaves, fenugreek and whole red chiily. Ready to serve. http://www.spiderkerala.com/kerala/…
½ Onion, cut into small pieces 2 or 3 Green chile, cut long ¼ tsp. Turmeric powder ½ tsp. chile powder ¼ tsp. methi (uluva/fenugreek) powder ¼ tsp. cumin (jeerakam) powder oil salt mustard seeds curry leaves 1 or 2 zuchini squash/chayote squash/green apple (grannysmith), cut into pieces 2 c. Yogurt (wholemilk one is better), whipped well. Heat oil, fry mustard seeds, then add onion, green chile and stir for a while. Then add curry leaves (optional), and then all the powders and salt. Stir for a few seconds, then add the veg. pieces, and a cup of water. Cover it and cook. When cooked, take it off the stove, and after a while (when cooled down a bit) add the yogurt to it, stir well. And it is ready! Note: (You can use ripe mango instead of squash/apple if you like. Also, you can add coriander leaves if you like.)
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