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Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Tendli fry recipe


Ingredients:

Tendli (dondakaaya) 250gms
Fennel seeds (vaamu) 1tbsp
Red chilli powder 1tsp
salt to taste
oil for frying

Method of preparation:

Slice the tendli lenghtwise into four.
Deep fry until golden brown and add fennel seeds, red chilli powder and salt and fry few more minutes. serve hot with rice.

4 Comments:

At 9/26/2005 08:56:00 AM, Blogger மதி கந்தசாமி (Mathy) said...

hi! nice to see some recipes from Andhra. I love spicy food, being a Tamil. :)

I dont know what Tendli is. what the English name for this veggie.

I would also love some non-veg recipes, if you are a non-vegetarian.

Thanks in Advance.

Mathy

 
At 9/26/2005 08:14:00 PM, Blogger Raji said...

sorry Mathy...am a vegetarian.
but u can contribute me some if u prefer :)

Tendli/Tinda/tindora/gherkins/ivy gourd/dondakaaya .....got it?
http://images.google.com/images?svnum=10&hl=en&rls=GGGL,GGGL:2005-09,GGGL:en&q=dondakaya&spell=1
look at the image...i dont know whats it called in tamil

 
At 12/08/2009 11:50:00 AM, Blogger Amruta said...

I want to try this recipe. Can u please clarify which seeds to use ? fennel seeds or thymol seeds ?

You wrote fennels seeds and in telugu you wrote "vamu" which in English is thymol seeds or ajwain in hindi.

 
At 9/27/2011 11:55:00 AM, Blogger irumev said...

HI
You can try a variation, popular in some houses in Machilipatnam in Krishna District.
Fry the dondakaya pieces till they wrinkle, are beginning to over-brown. lower the heat. add salt and a coarsely ground mixture of dry red chillies and cumin (for half a kilo of dondakaya, if you eat spicy stuff, pound coarsely 6-10 red chillies and a level tsp of cumin). Stiry fry for a minute. Remove vessel from heat. Immediately add one table spoon of BESAN. Mix well. eat hot with rice and ghee. it's wonderful

 

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