Wednesday, 27 January 2010

Karamani kulambhu(black eyed peas and potato curry)

Karamani kulambhu

              This receipe is Village receipe which I got from my grandmother.She is very good cook.In this receipe  I made some changes from original one.




Ingredients

  1. Potato 2 chopped in big pieces.
  2. Karamani(Black eyed peas) 1/2 cup.
  3. Pearl onion 8-10.
  4. Tomato one .
  5. Coconut grated 1/2 cup.
  6. Tamarind one lemon size.
  7. Sambar powder 1 1/2 Tsp or Kulambhu power(You can subtitute with 1 tsp of chilli powder and 2 tsp corriander powder.)
  8. Turmeric powder 1/4 tsp.
  9. Salt to taste.
  10. Mustard seeds 1/2 tsp.
  11. Urad dhal  few.
  12. Curry leaves few.
  13. Hing powder.
  14. Oil for tempering.

Method
  •  Dry roast karamani in cooker for 2 min and add sufficient water cook for 3 whistels.
  •  In a pan heat oil and fry onion,tomato when its fried add coconut and fry  for 1 min finish and cool for 5 min and grind to smooth paste.
  •  Open the pressure cooker and add this paste ,sambar power or kulambhu powder,potato ,salt to taste boil till potato is one now add tamarind juice boil till raw smell goes.
  •   Last part is tempering heat oil in kadai add mustard seeds,ura dhall wait till it splutters,add one chopped pearl onion,curry leaves fry for 1 min add hing powder and transfer tempering to gravy.

Now your Gravy is ready Serve with White rice,or Ragi balls.

12 comments:

  1. Nice combo. Looks yumm. Perfect with rice.

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  2. looks awesome..this is my fav ..

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  3. Hi this is my first visit here, nice collection of dishes... I love the kulambhu, would love to try this... Should be great with hot steaming rice!!! Shall come back for more... Your fishes are looking cute... Drop in @ www.memoryarchieved.blogspot.com when time permits!!!

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  4. Love to eat with white rice. tasty !!!

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  5. First time here....
    I have tried this combo as a side dish for chapathi..
    Will soon try out this version

    Aruna Manikandan
    http://ensamayalkuripugal.blogspot.com

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