May 6, 2014

Appalam Kootu

    This was one of my BIG most favorite dish among my mom's preparation. The best part of this was, i love the appalam/pappad which was completely soaked in the bengal gram kootu. Whenever my mom prepares this dish, am the only person who takes empty all the soaked appalam and leave it as plain bengal gram kootu :P But some point of time, dont know why she stopped preparing (may be am eating all the appalam without leaving it for others :P) But, after loooooooooong gap me somehow recollected the recipe and prepared it for our lunch time and now its for your views.


ALL YOU NEED:
Soaked Bengal Gram 1 cup
Diced Potato 1/2 cup
Chopped Onion 1 No.
Chopped Tomato 1 No.
Turmeric Powder Pinch
Green Chilly 2 Nos.
Pappad 3 Nos.
Ginger 1/4 inch
Water 1 cup
Salt To taste
To Temper:
Coriander Leaf 2 Twigs
Curry Leaf 1 Twig
Cumin Seeds 1/2 spoon
Red Chilly 1 No.
Mustard 1 spoon
Oil 2 spoons

METHOD:
    Pressure cook all the ingredients under "All you Need"(except pappad) for about 3 to 4 whistles. Once the pressure releases, heat of spoon of oil in a pan. Add mustard and then cumin seeds. Now add chopped curry leaf, coriander leaf and red chilly (Optional), saute it well. Now pour the pressure coked items and let it get oil for 5 to 6 mins in medium flame and adjust the salt if required. Once done, put off the flame. Just a 10 mins efore your meal add the roken pappa/appalam, give hard stir and serve hot.

Note: You can also add grated coconut during your tempering.

♬ Sangeetha♡Nambi ♬

9 comments:

Linsy Patel said...

Looks very tempting, yummy dish.

Shweta Arora said...

yummy

nandoos Kitchen said...

nice one. love it.

Farin Ahmed said...

My all time favourite dear!!! Applam kootu and kara kuzhambu great combo...Looks yumm

Shama Nagarajan said...

yummy and tempting dear

Priya Suresh said...

Am coming to ur place for lunch, am drooling over that kootu now.

Sony P said...

Very interesting.......love it!

Maha Gadde said...

Looks healthy n nice click...

Hema said...

Yummy kootu, love it..

May 6, 2014

Appalam Kootu

    This was one of my BIG most favorite dish among my mom's preparation. The best part of this was, i love the appalam/pappad which was completely soaked in the bengal gram kootu. Whenever my mom prepares this dish, am the only person who takes empty all the soaked appalam and leave it as plain bengal gram kootu :P But some point of time, dont know why she stopped preparing (may be am eating all the appalam without leaving it for others :P) But, after loooooooooong gap me somehow recollected the recipe and prepared it for our lunch time and now its for your views.


ALL YOU NEED:
Soaked Bengal Gram 1 cup
Diced Potato 1/2 cup
Chopped Onion 1 No.
Chopped Tomato 1 No.
Turmeric Powder Pinch
Green Chilly 2 Nos.
Pappad 3 Nos.
Ginger 1/4 inch
Water 1 cup
Salt To taste
To Temper:
Coriander Leaf 2 Twigs
Curry Leaf 1 Twig
Cumin Seeds 1/2 spoon
Red Chilly 1 No.
Mustard 1 spoon
Oil 2 spoons

METHOD:
    Pressure cook all the ingredients under "All you Need"(except pappad) for about 3 to 4 whistles. Once the pressure releases, heat of spoon of oil in a pan. Add mustard and then cumin seeds. Now add chopped curry leaf, coriander leaf and red chilly (Optional), saute it well. Now pour the pressure coked items and let it get oil for 5 to 6 mins in medium flame and adjust the salt if required. Once done, put off the flame. Just a 10 mins efore your meal add the roken pappa/appalam, give hard stir and serve hot.

Note: You can also add grated coconut during your tempering.

♬ Sangeetha♡Nambi ♬

9 comments:

Linsy Patel said...

Looks very tempting, yummy dish.

Shweta Arora said...

yummy

nandoos Kitchen said...

nice one. love it.

Farin Ahmed said...

My all time favourite dear!!! Applam kootu and kara kuzhambu great combo...Looks yumm

Shama Nagarajan said...

yummy and tempting dear

Priya Suresh said...

Am coming to ur place for lunch, am drooling over that kootu now.

Sony P said...

Very interesting.......love it!

Maha Gadde said...

Looks healthy n nice click...

Hema said...

Yummy kootu, love it..