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Wednesday, December 16, 2009

SNAKEGOURD PACHADI


INGREDIENTS:

Snakegourd - 100 gms
Curd - 11/2 cups
Salt - as per taste
Oil - 2 tablespoon
Mustard seeds - 1/4 tsp.
Urad dhal - 1/2 tsp.
Red chilly - 1
Hing

METHOD:

Heat oil, add mustard seeds, urad dhal, chilly and hing. When golden brown add chopped snakegourd and salt. Fry till it is cooked and shrinked. Add it to the curd and mix well. Goes well as a side dish with manathakkali vathal kozhambu. You can add curd to get the desired consistency.

20 comments :

  1. Yummy and delicious pachadi with snakegourd...

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  2. Homely comfort food which I always like simple but tasty...:)

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  3. heard of snakegourd poriyal but never heard of this one...sounds good and looks delicious...

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  4. Delicious and tasty pachadi,looks fantastic...

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  5. yummy looking pachadi....never tried pachadi with snakegourd..would love to give a try.

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  6. Nice Blog. Also this dish sound new for me. Let me try & taste once.

    Keep up the good work.

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  7. Pachadi is always my Favorite.
    This looks absolutely delicious.

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  8. My family does not enjoy eating snake gourd, I guess this be a good way to introduce it in our food.

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  9. My grandmother makes this....looks tasty.

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  10. I make pachadi...but never tried with snake gourd...urs looks delicious...will try it for sure.

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  11. Maami...I love podalangai...but we dont get much of it here. We do get it occasionally! I've never tried pachadi with it - will try it next time! Looks good!

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  12. I love podalangai too .. never tried a pachadi out of it...

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  13. Looks creamy. Podalangai in curd sounds delicious.

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  14. Very new to me...healthy one too...thanks for sharing this tasty recipe :)

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  15. Never made thayir pachadi with snake gourd! Looks good!

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  16. Oh wow I to do the snake guard perugu pachadi , I add boiled channa dhal to this.

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  17. Both dishes go really well with each other. I love this pacchidi...appadiyae saapidalam poala irukku, right out of your bowl.

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  18. Nice pachchadi... would go as a side with any thogayal I bet :-)

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