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Thursday, February 11, 2010

PUDINA PODI



INGREDIENTS:

Shadow dried mint leaves – 4 cups(tightly packed)

To dry roast:

Toor dhal - 1 cup 
Black pepper - 1 tablespoon
Dry red chillies - 3
Salt - to taste

METHOD:

Dry roast the given ingredients till golden brown. Add salt, dried mint leaves and dry grind in a mixie to a fine powder. Store in an air-tight container. Mix with hot rice, ghee and gingelly oil.


7 comments :

  1. hi santhi nice pudina podi recipe
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  2. Pudina podi supera irrukku? I love the texture. Some hot rice, some ghee and a spoonnful of this will be so comforting!

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  3. Wow this podi looks very nice..

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  4. Hi
    Lovely color! My favorite color.
    Pudina smell is reaching me!
    Refreshing powder.

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  5. I love all podis to mix with rice and ghee,including the pudina podi sadam.

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  6. Nice podi.....have a bag of mint,must give a try

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  7. hi nice recipe
    Podi my hubby loves it....

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