January 31, 2011

Aviyal

     Guess, this should be my mom's favorite dish, when i was in my schooling. B'cos, she use to prepare it as a side dish atleast weekly once , that too when she makes Kadalai Kuzhambu. Generally, Aviyal is the mixture of all vegetables. As a normal child, even i hate vegetables during my childhood so this became as my enemy dish (Kaaa !!!) As times goes, my mom stopped preparing this dish, which made me to run towards this recipe (Pazham !!!). Here ends my childhood story and Now, its time to give a brief about the recipe, which was my X-enemy and current friendly and yummy dish.



INGREDIENTS
Vegetables - Carrot, Potato, Beans, Raw Plaintain, Drumstick etc
Chopped Onion - 2 Nos.
Chopped Tomato - 1 No.
Green Chilly - 3 or 4 Nos.
Cumin Seeds - 1/2 spoon
Coconut - 4 or 5 Pieces
Hing / Asafoetida - Pinch (Optional)

To Boil:
Vegetales with 1 chopped onion, chopped tomato, 2 Green Chilly and salt

To Grind:
Coconut with 2 green chillies, cumin seeds, Hing

METHOD:
     Keep a pan, pour a spoon of oil, add corainder leaf and curry leaf, pour the grinded items allow it to cook until the raw smell goes off. Then add boiled ingredients along with required salt and half cup of water and allow it to mix with the fried item. Before serving, add a cup of curd and few drops of coconut oil.
This goes very well with Kaara Dosai or Adai.

7 comments:

Jay said...

Hy Sangeetha,

Nice version..Aviyal sounds tempting..
Chanced upon here while blog hopping...interesting recipe collection you have..
Am your new follower now..
do stop by my space sometime..
Tasty appetite

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Jay: Hey !! Thank u so much to follow me :) Rushing to ur post :)

Harika's Kitchen said...

your blog is really rocking sangeetha....nice to visit your blog and thank u for visiting my blog and lovely comments keep visiting...

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Harika:Thx u so much Harika. Keep Visiting :)

Reshmi Mahesh said...

You got a lovely blog...Looks yummy...

http://funwidfud.blogspot.com

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Reshmi: Thank u so much. Keep Visiting Reshmi :)

ila said...

Hi Sangeetha...
U have wonderful and delicious space :)
Aviyal s my fav ... I ll try ur version :)
Thanks for visiting mine :)
Keep Visiting :)

January 31, 2011

Aviyal

     Guess, this should be my mom's favorite dish, when i was in my schooling. B'cos, she use to prepare it as a side dish atleast weekly once , that too when she makes Kadalai Kuzhambu. Generally, Aviyal is the mixture of all vegetables. As a normal child, even i hate vegetables during my childhood so this became as my enemy dish (Kaaa !!!) As times goes, my mom stopped preparing this dish, which made me to run towards this recipe (Pazham !!!). Here ends my childhood story and Now, its time to give a brief about the recipe, which was my X-enemy and current friendly and yummy dish.



INGREDIENTS
Vegetables - Carrot, Potato, Beans, Raw Plaintain, Drumstick etc
Chopped Onion - 2 Nos.
Chopped Tomato - 1 No.
Green Chilly - 3 or 4 Nos.
Cumin Seeds - 1/2 spoon
Coconut - 4 or 5 Pieces
Hing / Asafoetida - Pinch (Optional)

To Boil:
Vegetales with 1 chopped onion, chopped tomato, 2 Green Chilly and salt

To Grind:
Coconut with 2 green chillies, cumin seeds, Hing

METHOD:
     Keep a pan, pour a spoon of oil, add corainder leaf and curry leaf, pour the grinded items allow it to cook until the raw smell goes off. Then add boiled ingredients along with required salt and half cup of water and allow it to mix with the fried item. Before serving, add a cup of curd and few drops of coconut oil.
This goes very well with Kaara Dosai or Adai.

7 comments:

Jay said...

Hy Sangeetha,

Nice version..Aviyal sounds tempting..
Chanced upon here while blog hopping...interesting recipe collection you have..
Am your new follower now..
do stop by my space sometime..
Tasty appetite

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Jay: Hey !! Thank u so much to follow me :) Rushing to ur post :)

Harika's Kitchen said...

your blog is really rocking sangeetha....nice to visit your blog and thank u for visiting my blog and lovely comments keep visiting...

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Harika:Thx u so much Harika. Keep Visiting :)

Reshmi Mahesh said...

You got a lovely blog...Looks yummy...

http://funwidfud.blogspot.com

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Reshmi: Thank u so much. Keep Visiting Reshmi :)

ila said...

Hi Sangeetha...
U have wonderful and delicious space :)
Aviyal s my fav ... I ll try ur version :)
Thanks for visiting mine :)
Keep Visiting :)