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Thursday, June 10, 2010

PUDINA THOGAYAL


INGREDIENTS:

Mint leaves (pudina) - 2 cups (tightly packed)
Dry red chillies - 2
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 saute the mint leaves till it shrinks. Keep aside. In the same kadai, fry urad dhal , pepper, chillies and hing till golden brown. In a mixie, first grind the pepper, chillies and tamarind with salt. Now add the mint leaves and little water and grind it 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.

24 comments :

  1. Must try your version,never added pepper.Excellent with hot rice.

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  2. I just love pudina and this is new to me...love the colour

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  3. Thats a different kind of dish, must be really nice with mint ...

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  4. hmmm love this thugayal, Hmm mint is so refreshing..

    Love
    Kairali sisters

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  5. I am such a mint lover that I drink the pani for pani-puris as such! Thogaiyal is one I can have with anything... Keep reserve some for me , I might knock at your door soon.

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  6. Shanthi, this is a very new recipe for me. Looks lovely, will give it a try !!!

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  7. அருமையான புதினா துவையல்...சூப்பர்ப்...

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  8. hmmmmmmmmmm very mouth watering thogaiyal.

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  9. I can have this thuvaiyal everyday...Very catchy..

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  10. I love the mint flavour.. So this thugayal too... great colour..

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  11. Dear Shanthiji,

    Pudina chutney looks very delicious.Adding pepper is new to me.

    I just started an event with whole foods and the present theme being whole grains:barley.Please see it and send in your delicious recipes with barley to the event.I also would like to know if you would be interested in hosting it in the future.Please let me know.Thank you.

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  12. Suda Suda sadam, indha thogayal, oru sottu nei, super ah irukkum!!

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  13. Never tried with pepper..will surely try this.

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  14. very nice recipe. I want to know how did u make this much thick constency, because blender if I use little watery type.Did u tried in food processor? tell me the tip. Thanks.

    www.vijisvegkitchen.blogspot.com

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  15. This looks so refreshing great to have this with steamed rice. Lovely color

    Deepa

    Hamaree Rasoi

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  16. I can imagine with nice hot rice.., that looks just like amma and aunties making thogayal!, so yummy

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  17. Wonderful one.. looks awesome.. :)

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  18. Lovely prep..thanks for the recipe..I had pudina leaves sitting in my fridge,now I know what to try from them:))

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  19. Different puthina thokaiyal with pepper! Nice recipe! Photograph is also nice!

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  20. i love this, looks tempting....yummy with rice.

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  21. this is something new to me......so wil surely try this out but on a shorter scale...hehe

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  22. i tried this today and it was delicious. Thanks for the recipe.

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  23. I made this today. Recipe is perfect. Thank you!

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