Friday, June 15, 2012

Yam Stir Fry / Senai Kizhangu Pirattal

                                                
Ingredients:


Yam(Senai kilangu) - 1cup(chopped)

Onion - 1

Tamarind extract - 2 tsp


Fennel seeds (sombu)- 1/2 tsp


Oil - 3 tbsp

Curry leaf - 1 string


Red chilli powder - 1/2 tsp


Turmeric powder - 1/4 tsp


Garam masala powder - 1/2 tsp


salt - to taste



Method:



                                  Clean the yam by removing the skin and washing it in water.

                                                    Chop the yam into medium size cubes.


                                          

               Heat oil in a pan, add fennel seeds,curry leaves & then add onion and

                                                     fry till it  becomes transparent.

              Now add the chopped yam, turmeric powder,salt & stir it for few mins.


                           
                                       
              At low flame,add the tamarind extract and close it with lid.Stir it occasionally.

           After the yam gets cooked, add the red chilli powder and garam masala powder 


                                                   and fry it for few minutes.

                                          Senai kilangu pirattal is ready to serve.

                                          Serve it with sambar rice or curd rice. 

49 comments:

  1. would love to taste it with rasam rice :)

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  2. yes good accompaniment to curd rice,agreed.. it must be soooo yummy if having with hot rice and sambar as well...

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  3. I had once made this sooran or as all call it yam ki sabzi, it tasted funny but ya i didnt use tamarind.. do u need to boil it or let it cook on its own

    bt ur pics makes it look good

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  5. hi Punitha! healthy recipe with minimum garam masala and red chili pow. i liked it.

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  6. My fav too....love this with sambhar rice:)

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  7. Hi, Looks so delicious will be perfect with sambar rice :)

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  9. very nice one... if garlic and sombu is grinded and added would have given a separate taste .. try to give a try on this :)

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  12. Delicious stir fry for a side dish.. perfect with dal chawal.

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  13. very nice.........i have never tried to make yam....but i ill try out this recipe...it looks very nice.

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  14. I will try it soon,Thanks for sharing

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  15. Hello punitha... Looking soo yummy.... will be regular to your blog.. loved to visit... as i am a beginner in cooking ;)

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  16. yummy fry.....great combo for curd rice too :)
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  17. Yam is my all time fav..Tempting pirattal..I feel like having some right now.

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  18. Delicious stir fry love to try them.

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  19. My favourite side dish! But never added tamarind with Senai kizhangu! looks delicious!

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  20. Looks yum
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  21. Never cooked Elephant Yam in SI seasonings. It would be nice with a north Indian meal as well.

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  23. Oh...never tried one. Looks appetizing, yum!!!

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  25. That's a quick stir fry. Perfect to go with rasam and rice.

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  26. delicious and tempting stir fry. never tried this way..yumm yummm!!!

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  27. Love this kind of quick and yummy stir fry.

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  28. Long time since I had these... nicely done.. love with curd rice..

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  29. Healthy and delicious stir fry. Loved to have with plain rice.

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  32. I have never had yum this way...nice recipe :-)

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  33. I love yam and this looks like a simple one that I can do!

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  35. Thatyumlooks fantastic. And I love your pictures! They’re just so warm and inviting.

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  36. Yam stir fry looks delicious..

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  38. Looks really lovely and delicious

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