Oct 5, 2008

Parangikai Thuvayal

It is called red pumpkin in English. It has golden nutrients in it. It goes well with plain rice.


Ingredients
Parangikai chopped – ¼ cup
Tomato (medium) – 1 no
Curry leaves – 4 stalks
Coriander leaves - 2 stalks
Ginger – ¼ “
Asefodita - brown chick pea size
R.chilly – 4 nos
urad dal – 3 tbs
Tamarind
Oil – 3 tsp
Salt

Fry urad dal brown in color, add red chilly and asfeodita. Remove it from the kadai keep aside, now add 1 tsb oil. Except coriander sauté all the veggie one by one. After it becomes cool, grind it with tamarind & salt

Note: If u add urad dal finally when grinding thugayal, the taste will be good.

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15 comments:

  1. arthi selva10/07/2008

    i have been searching for this recipe.. really gud

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  2. Viji,
    Now is paragikai season here in US and this month we get lots of this veggie, I love thuvaiyals want to try this. will elt u know.

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  3. Very nice Viji, very traditional!
    Vaazhga valamudan.

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  5. Pumpking thuvayal is new for me..and looks nice and yum..gud one dear..Wish you Happy Dusshera

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  6. Good one...never thought of making parangikai thuvayal...looks yum :-)

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  7. Hi Viji,
    First time to your blog. You have a wonderful collection of recipes. What is kang knog keerai, is it available in India?

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  8. my delayed thanks for lovely comments to all my friends.

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  9. Thanks gita, ya can get this kang kung keerai in chennai,it will be in paris & koambedu but not frequently available

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  10. Thuvayal looks great its definitely a healthy dish... Havent made anything with Paradikai, to be honest gotta find out its name in English... I shall make this for sure sounds easy too...

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  11. This thuvaiyal is new to me too Viji. We always prepare sambar, kheer and halwa only. Thanks for sending such an interesting recipe.

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  12. Anonymous10/16/2008

    Thanks maduram

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  13. Hi,

    This is the first time am visiting ur website! I tried this parangikai thuvaiyal, to my surprise it came out real good. I just added couple of more red chillies to increase the spice level.

    Thanks
    Sandhya

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