Monday, June 27, 2011

Kovakkai /Tindora Thogaiyal

                 As i was really bored of preparing stir fry alone with kovakkai,i wanted some thing different and new.When my mom saw this in Revathy Shanmugam's cookery show she immediately tried and told that it tastes too good.So i also tried it and was really yummy.I'm sure that who ever tries this surely will like it.





Ingredients

Oil1 1/4 tbsp
Red chillies 2 no
Green chillies 2 no
Onion 1 medium size
Garlic 6-7 pods
Kovakkai/Tindora 10-12 nos
Tamarind 1inch pieces 3
Coriander leaves Hand full
Grated coconut 2 tbsp
Salt Req







Method :

1.  Pour oil in a woke and fry each and every ingredients in the order i have given in the ingredients table.

2.  Allow the sauted ingredients to cool down.

3.  Now grind all the ingredients along with the salt in the mixie.

4.  Now the thogaiyal is ready.Serve with hot steamed rice.








Notes :

1. Fry nicely all the ingredients for some while,mainly the garlic as we don't saute nicely then the garlic smell will be coming.

2. Add the grated coconut finally as the coconut will stick to the wok.

3. If required can add more oil while sauteing we wont fry in the oil after grinding.

4. No need to add water while grinding as kovakkai and onion will emit water.




Sending this to Aipi's bookmarked recipes & 


To Ayeesha's any one can cook series.




11 comments:

Prathibha said...

Nice chutney..I love this pacchadi..nice combo wid hot rice n ghee..:)

aipi said...

Wow, that sounds delicous n so flavorful! I'm trying this out soon for sure :)
Thanks a lot for linking to bookmarked event :)
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Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

wow, that looks superb and delicious. Thanks for linking them to our event.

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Never tried thogaiyal with tindora,nice idea!

Umm Mymoonah said...

A different way to use kovakkai, looks fabulous. Thank you for linking with Any One Can Cook. Following your beautiful blog :)

Jay said...

looks heavenly...
Tasty Appetite

Babli said...

Wonderful dish. thanks for your lovely recipe.Looks delicious and yummy.

Sudha Sabarish said...

Thanks every one for wonderful comments.

Sudha Sabarish said...

@Babli,thank u for ur good comments.Welcome to my site and do drop when time permits

Radhika said...

This is definitely new to me. Thanks for sharing.


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Now Serving said...

That is a wonderful new way to use Kovakai Sabdha! Also, I am still waiting for you to join my blog dear :)))