Poricha Kulambu

Yesterday,We had a bloggers meet in chennai...It was an awesome meet.We r so happy to made it happen... The day will be kept in sweet memories....Thank you for the wonderful people coming over to the meet..Nithya and Me who took initiative,she was excited from the beginning...She was like a blast of energy and enjoyed a lot...Divya was calm and expressive, while Shanthi mam was caring and leading.....Srivalli who came like a breeze and stunned us with loads of thoughts...My daughter,hansika was freaking around ..... and I was busy eye-ing her...Divya bought so tasty eggless chocolate muffins and Nithya came with her yummy chikkis...Thank you gals.....Happy,I am a chennai blogger...





Actually we call this kulambu,reverse method of making kulambu....We usually start with seasoning the kulambu,but for this,end with seasoning...The vegetable used for this kulambu must be indian(local) one like drumstick,brinjal,avaraikai and the Moochai....

Ingredients
Drumstick,chopped-1
Baby Brinjal,sliced-100gms
Avaraikayi,chopped-100 gms
Moochai-handful
Coconut,grated-half cup
Cumin seeds-1 tsp
Tamarind-lemon size
Chilly powder-1 tsp
Coriander powder-2 tsp
Turmeric powder-half tsp
Salt to taste
Curry leaves -handful
Mustard seeds-1 tsp
Fenugreek seeds-half tsp
Onion,chopped-2
(Roma or Indian)Tomato,chopped-3
Sesame oil-1 tsp

Method
1.Grain coconut,cumin,handful of onion and tomato to fine paste
2.Soak tamarind in water and extract the juice
2.Add the vegetables into tamarind water and boil it
3.Add chilli,coriander and turmeric powders,salt  while the vegetables are semi cooked
4.Later add the coconut paste ,and let the vegetables cook well..
5.In a fry pan,add the oil,mustard seeds,Fenugreek,onions and tomato to fry them well
6.Add the seasoning to the kulambu and cook it for another 2-3 minutes...

Poricha Kulambu is ready to taste

Happy weekend

13 comments:

  1. Hey Priya
    glad you enjoyed blogger meeting...yes, actually right now I'm laughing..what is Moochai? dish looks tempting and tasty..

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  2. Nice to know that few of you got to meet in person apart from the virtual world.I always keep thinking how nice it would be to meet in person our blog pals.All the treats look very delicious.Poricha kuzhambu looks delicious.

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  3. Jagruti,Thanking for laughing and Mochai is bean seed ,something like ur rajma...

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  4. nice to hear that u had gr8 time with them..
    Poricha kuzhambu looks delicious dear...

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  6. Nice post dear. :) It was such a memorable day for us. :)

    Nice kolambu and dont worry you will complete all your work. :)

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  7. Seems u guys had a beautiful day with ur blogger meet, missing it..Poricha kuzhambu looks fantabulous..

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  8. I did see the pics in FB of the meet.
    Love lov ethis curry it looks so so good, wish i had this with steaming hot rice.

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  9. Wow must have been an amazing meeting.This curry looks delicious.

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  10. I loved this version of poricha kuzhambu , nice recipe!

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  11. Nice to hear that you guys had a good time together.. Poricha kuzhambu looks great..

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