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Sunday, April 02, 2006

Fenugreek leaves pickle

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Palak pickle
Fenugreek leaves pickle(Menthikura pacchadi)

Ingredients:


fenugreek leaves 1whole bunch
red chillies 6-8
urad dal 3-4tbsps
tamarind lemon sized ball
jaggery 5-6tbsps
sesame seeds 1tbsp
garlic 3-4cloves
oil for frying
salt to taste

Method of preparation:

Wash fenugreek leaves thorougly and fry in little amount of oil for about 10minutes.
Heat 1tbsp of oil in a pan and fry red chillies, urad dal together.
Grind the fried red chillies, urad dal along with fried fenugreek leaves, tamarind, jaggery with sufficient amount of salt into paste with required amount of water.
Add sesame seeds and garlic pods to this mixture and grind for 3-4seconds.
Serve with hot rice and ghee.

15 Comments:

At 4/02/2006 11:22:00 PM, Blogger sailu said...

Naaku menthukura pachadi ante chaala ishtam...:)
Drool worthy picture..:)
Ugadi Subhakaankshalu,Raji.Btw,how's the summer in Hyd...hot?

 
At 4/03/2006 12:42:00 AM, Blogger Santhi said...

my first time here raji. U have a terrific blog.

Meeru hyderabad lo unnara?? If u r cant tell u how much I envy you. :):)

 
At 4/05/2006 08:58:00 PM, Blogger Tanuja said...

Hi Raji,

I keep on watching ur blog for ur new posts,

ugadi subhakanshalu to u and ur family:)

 
At 4/08/2006 05:48:00 PM, Blogger Priya Bhaskaran said...

Hi Raji, Somehow I missed your blog. I just added in my cook list. This recipe is very different for me. Will give a try soon:)

 
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At 5/17/2006 06:54:00 PM, Blogger LERA said...

sounds delicious!

 
At 3/20/2007 08:50:00 PM, Blogger puddhu said...

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Palak Paratha


Spinach paratha(Palakura paratha)

Ingredients:

Wheat flour 1 cup
Besan 1/4 cup
Spinach (chopped) 1/2 bunch
Green chillies (chopped finely) 4-6
ajwain(vaamu) 2-3 pinches
Milk few tablespoons
salt to taste
oil few tablespoons

Method of preparation:

Knead all the ingredients into soft dough using sufficient milk. Keep aside for atleast 1/2 hr.
Take small orange sized portion of dough(or whatever is sufficient) and roll into a small round. Flat it completely into a circle. Heat a pan and add paratha and cook for a minute.
When small bubbles appear turn around and add a teaspoon of oil around the paratha.
When it fries and brown spots appear, remove from head and serve.

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Palak Paratha

Spinach paratha(Palakura paratha)

Ingredients:

Wheat flour 1 cup
Besan 1/4 cup
Spinach (chopped) 1/2 bunch
Green chillies (chopped finely) 4-6
ajwain(vaamu) 2-3 pinches
Milk few tablespoons
salt to taste
oil few tablespoons

Method of preparation:

Knead all the ingredients into soft dough using sufficient milk. Keep aside for atleast 1/2 hr.
Take small orange sized portion of dough(or whatever is sufficient) and roll into a small round. Flat it completely into a circle. Heat a pan and add paratha and cook for a minute.
When small bubbles appear turn around and add a teaspoon of oil around the paratha.
When it fries and brown spots appear, remove from head and serve.

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