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Monday, April 5, 2010

KARUVEPPILAI THOGAYAL

INGREDIENTS:

Curry leaves - 1 cup (tightly packed)
Dry red chillies - 4
Pepper - 1/2 tsp.
Urad dhal - 3 tsp.
Tamarind- 1/2 lemon size
Hing
Salt
Oil

METHOD:

In a kadai, heat a spoon of oil and fry the curry leaves till crisp. Keep aside. In the same kadai, fry urad dhal , pepper, chillies and hing till golden brown. In a mixie, first dry grind the curry leaves, chillies, pepper and tamarind with salt. Add water little by little and grind to a thick paste. Finally, add urad dhal and give it a whip. Mix it with rice alongwith a little bit of ghee and gingelly oil added to it.

19 comments :

  1. Hi. Such a flavourful thogayal, must be tasting really yum. I can imagine the aroma of curry leaves that must have spread in ur kitchen.

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  2. Thats a very flavourful one...love the ingredients used...

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  3. simple and really yummy Thogayal. I am thinking of making this today:) for dinner. BTW how come its round Did you grind it in aatukal

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  4. Yumm!!such a beautiful thogayal..

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  5. Hai... nice way to present a thogayal.. looks really interesting. :) This will help me grow my hair.. so will try out soon :)

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  6. Yummy and flavourful thogayal...

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  7. wow..this is good Shanthi..will be excellent with curd rice...

    Love
    Kairali sisters

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  8. healthy thogayal.my mil makes podi out of sun dried curry leaves

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  9. Looks delicious and simple.. Will try this soon when I get bunch of curry leaves

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  10. Looks so yummy , i had nvr heard of it before.

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  11. The Thaligai looks very tasty and fulfiling.

    Deepa
    http://hamareerasoi.blogspot.com/

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  12. Vidhya, If you add water little by little, it will become like this and you will get a fantastic texture as ground in aatukkal.

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  13. Aha! tasty and healthy thogaiyal and my favourite.

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  14. A healthy recipe and great click too!

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  15. I never knew about this at all... it sounds so yum nd flavorful :)

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  16. Romba besha irukku mami

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  17. Shanthi, I made this today and its simply yummy!
    Thank you!

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  18. I exactly follwd the same tip but I added some coconut to taste, but it has not come out good I donno why

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