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Saturday, August 06, 2005

Colcesia Fry

Colcesia 1/4 kg (chama dumpalu)
garlic cloves 8
red chilli powder 2tbsp
tamarind --- small lemon sized ball
mustard seeds 1tsp
cumin seeds 1tsp
corriander leaves
red chillies 3
water 4 cups
oil 1 cup

Method of preparation:
Add colcesia, water, tamarind to a bowl and pressure cook them.
peel the skin and cut them into half
fry oil in a pan.
add smashed garlic cloves, mustard seeds, cumin seeds, red chillies.
when it splutters, add colcesia and fry while adding oil when required.
Garnish with curry leaves and serve hot with rice.


At 12/30/2009 02:32:00 AM, Blogger Aparna Vijay said...

Very nice blog..tasty recipies. If time permits do visit my blog - http://vegetarian-dishes.blogspot.com


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