Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Paruppu Urundai Kulambu




To make paruppu balls

Ingredients:



Channa dal - 1 cup 

Toor dal - a handfull

Onion - 1 

Sombu  - 1/2 tsp

Green chili - 2

Curry leaves - a handfull

Garlic - 1 pod (crushed)

Coconut - 2 tsp 

Salt - to taste 


Making Balls:


Soak the channa dhal and toor dhal in water for one hour and grind coarsley.

Add little water while grinding, paste should not be watery.

Add sombu and green chili and all the ingredients together and make small balls.



 For Gravy:


Small onion - 10 nos

Tomatos - 2nos

Sombu - 1 tsp

Fenugreek - 1 tsp

Chilly powder - 1 tsp  

Corriander powder - 1 tsp

Tamarind - 2 tsp 

Coconut paste - 3 tsp
Method: 


Fry the sombu and vendhayam and powder it. 

Add oil in a pan and fry onion till it turn golden brown and add tomato fry for a while.

Add sombu and vendhayam powder, turmeric, chilly and corriander powders and fry the 

masala until oil separates from it. 

Add the tamarind pulp.  

Drop the dal balls one by one and close it with a lid and cook for few minutes. 

Don’t stir the kulambu otherwise the balls will break. 

Or you can either steam the balls in idly steamer and add to the kulambu. 

Cover it with a lid and cook until the balls are cooked well. 

Add coconut paste to the gravy. 

When it boils garnish with coriander leaves.
 

43 comments:

  1. looks so delicious punita ji...

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  2. wow...looking declicious and very tempting...I love this urundai kuzhambu :)

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  3. wow.....so delicious and tempting curry. Irresistible one....

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  4. OMG !...such a delicious curry.
    I am inviting myself to your place in advance.

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  5. Looks very delicious! Will be great with lots of rice.

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  6. It looks authentic. Yummy with hot rice.

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  7. Loved this recipe Punitha! Will try this

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  8. Wow! I was once searching for this curry... A traditional one.. This curry looks delicious!!
    Will try this recipe..Bookmarked.

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  9. Delicious Parippu urundai kulambu. My mom used to make it.

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  10. parppu kuzhambu looks yummy!! :). I have never made this, sure to try once. :). First time to your blog.:)

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  11. Reminds me of some sabji from Rajasthan! Looks good.

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  12. Power packed,nutrition packed.What more you want ? I love your urundai kulambu.

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  13. My favy one... Mouth watering....

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  14. Slurp,fingerlicking kuzhambu, i can survive for many days with it.

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  15. its mouthwatery curry punitha.. i always loved this urundai kuzhambu..

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  16. Very Tasty Post. Mouth Watering Product. Congrats & Best Wishes. Thanks for sharing ! ;)

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  17. Curry looks very tasty. Yum Yum.

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  18. delicious curry..this can be done with leftover parippu urundai na?thanx for sharing..

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  19. Yummy & tempting! My mom makes a similar dish with a different lentil!

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  20. Slurp,fingerlicking kuzhambu...
    http://indiantastyfoodrecipes.blogspot.com

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  21. these are lovely!! You produce such an amazing food. Mouthwatering recipes! Well done.

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  22. It's been a while that I had this, mouthwatering..

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  23. Nice curry...the combinations sounds yumm..

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  24. Curry looks mouthwatering.....nice:)...

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  25. very healthy and delicious curry, i should try this :)

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  26. Lovely dish and lovely space..happy to follow you...Thnak you for visiting my space..


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    Grind your cooking Masala

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  27. wow delicious curry...looks gr8

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  28. Color makes me drool...yummy..

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    am your new happy follower, I am so happy that you like my blog :)
    xxx

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  30. Loved this version of kofta curry from south..

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  31. All these delicious recipes are making it really hard for me to choose which one to prepare first :-).

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  32. Sounds delicious....goes to my to-do list. TFS.

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