February 9, 2011

Garlic Kuzhambu

     This is the simplest recipe which goes very well with hot steamed rice. When we prepare this recipe, the outcome content will always be very less, so we can prepare it either for lunch or for Dinner. In a single preparation, we can't keep this both for Lunch and Dinner. Eventhough if i try to prepare this recipe in large quantity, somewhat the original taste will get lacked. So, mostly will prepare this dish only during weekends so that i can prepare some tiffen items for dinner as i'll be at home during weekends.

INGREDIENTS
Garlic - 8 Cloves
Ginger - 1/2 inch
Onion - 2 Nos.
Tomato - 1 No.
Chilly Powder - 2 Spoons
Turmeric Powder - Pinch
Tamarind Syrup - 1/4 cup
Curry Leaf - 1 twig
Fried Gram - 1 or 2 Spoons
Coconut - 5 pieces

To Grind:
Garlic 4 Nos., Ginger, Curry Leaf and 1 Onion - Fry it and make it as a paste

METHOD:
     Keep a pan, pour oil. add 1 chopped onion, tomato, curry leaf and Garlic saute it until the raw smell goes off. Then pour the grinded items, allow it to boil and add Tamarind syrup, Turmeric powder and chilly powder along with required salt and water. Allow it to boil finely.

7 comments:

Reva said...

MY favourite poondu kuzhambhu... superb.. where are the pics dearie... would love to see them:)....

Reva

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Reva: Pic for this recipe ?? Yet to take :((((((((((((((
But have u checked my pics posted for Gobi 65 and Spicy chicken Masala ?? :)

schmetterlingwords said...

I love Poondu kulambu so much.... When I was in Chennai, one of my friends first introduced me to this wonderfully simple, tasty kulambu... Whenever I make this, I used to think of her :-) Shall try your version too!!

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@schmetterlingwords: Oh my recipe recollected ur old memories. Lovely :)

Priya said...

My fav all time..

aipi said...

I am a big garlic fan and this sounds very delicious to me :)

US Masala

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Priya,aipi:Me too gals !!! :)

February 9, 2011

Garlic Kuzhambu

     This is the simplest recipe which goes very well with hot steamed rice. When we prepare this recipe, the outcome content will always be very less, so we can prepare it either for lunch or for Dinner. In a single preparation, we can't keep this both for Lunch and Dinner. Eventhough if i try to prepare this recipe in large quantity, somewhat the original taste will get lacked. So, mostly will prepare this dish only during weekends so that i can prepare some tiffen items for dinner as i'll be at home during weekends.

INGREDIENTS
Garlic - 8 Cloves
Ginger - 1/2 inch
Onion - 2 Nos.
Tomato - 1 No.
Chilly Powder - 2 Spoons
Turmeric Powder - Pinch
Tamarind Syrup - 1/4 cup
Curry Leaf - 1 twig
Fried Gram - 1 or 2 Spoons
Coconut - 5 pieces

To Grind:
Garlic 4 Nos., Ginger, Curry Leaf and 1 Onion - Fry it and make it as a paste

METHOD:
     Keep a pan, pour oil. add 1 chopped onion, tomato, curry leaf and Garlic saute it until the raw smell goes off. Then pour the grinded items, allow it to boil and add Tamarind syrup, Turmeric powder and chilly powder along with required salt and water. Allow it to boil finely.

7 comments:

Reva said...

MY favourite poondu kuzhambhu... superb.. where are the pics dearie... would love to see them:)....

Reva

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Reva: Pic for this recipe ?? Yet to take :((((((((((((((
But have u checked my pics posted for Gobi 65 and Spicy chicken Masala ?? :)

schmetterlingwords said...

I love Poondu kulambu so much.... When I was in Chennai, one of my friends first introduced me to this wonderfully simple, tasty kulambu... Whenever I make this, I used to think of her :-) Shall try your version too!!

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@schmetterlingwords: Oh my recipe recollected ur old memories. Lovely :)

Priya said...

My fav all time..

aipi said...

I am a big garlic fan and this sounds very delicious to me :)

US Masala

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Priya,aipi:Me too gals !!! :)