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Podalangai/Snake Groud Kootu

Podalangai/Snake Groud Kootu

Ingredients

Serving Size:4

3 medium sized podalangai diced
1/4 cup moong daal
1/2 cup toor daal
3 garlic cloves minced finely
1 green chillie
1tbsp sambar powder
1/2tsp turmeric powder
1tsp salt
1/4tsp hing powder
1 cup sliced onions
1/2 cup chopped tomatoes
2,5 cup warm water
1tsp mustard seeds
1tsp cumin seeds
5 curry leaves
3 dried chillies broken

Preparation Methods:
Coat the pressure cooker with 2tbsp oil and add minced garlic,green chillies ,chopped onions and tomatoes with salt, sambar and turmeric powder. Saute till onions and tomatoes become tender and add the daals and diced podalanga.Once the they are nicely mixed with the spice -pour 2.5 cup warm water and cook till 3 to 4 whistle. In a frying pan add 2tbsp oil-add mustard seeds. Once it starts to crack add dried chillies,curry leaves, mustard seeds,cumin and hing powder-pour over the podalangai and serve.


Comments

Tina said…
Never tried this. Looks yummy and perfect with rice.
gtyuk said…
podalanga kootu looks nice; some rice, pickle and papads, and I'm done!
Sarah Naveen said…
Koottu looks delicious...the green and the yellow color make it so appealing ...
workhard said…
Hey. that looks good, never tried snake gourd.. but i believe its cooked in the same way as ridge gourd


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Vikis Kitchen said…
This podalangai koottu seems so easy to make. Very nice recipe dear.
lubnakarim06 said…
Wow...another new recipe..looks yum...
Urmi said…
Snakegourd curry looks yummy and delicious. I will definitely try your recipe as it is something new for me.
Malar Gandhi said…
That looks super delicious...but hardly find this vegetable here.
Priya Suresh said…
Delicious kootu curry....pasikuthu paathathume..

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