Monday, September 10, 2012

Manathakkaali Vatha Kulambu


Hi All My Blogger Friends, 

                 I'm very  Sorry to all for the unannounced break. I felt a little  inconvenient  due to my  health. Hope you all understand my situation, now i feel so better. I need your support as usual Friends :) Thank you for your  Warm and Consoling  Words....





Ingredients :
 


Manathakkali Vathal - 1/2 cup

Small onion - 1 cup

Garlic - 10 pods

Tamarind juice - 2 tbs 

Tomato - 1 small

Turmeric powder - 1/4 tsp

Sambar Powder - 3 tbs

Salt to taste 

For Seasoning:


Gingelly oil - 5 tbs

Mustard - 1 tsp

Methi seeds - 1/2 tsp

Curry leaves - a few

Red chilly - 2 nos


Method : 


Chop the onions and soak tamarind in a cup of water and extract juice.  

Heat oil in a pan add mustard, red chilly and methi seeds.

After spluttering add curry leaves.

Now add the manathakkali vathal and saute for a few mins. 

Add onions and garlic, saute in medium flame till the onions are soft. 

Add tomatoes and cook till it soft.

Now put turmeric powder, sambar powder and salt.

Pour the tamarind extract. Cover and cook till raw smell goes 

When cooked, and oil leaves at the sides and switch off the gas. 

Serve for steaming white rice, idli or dosa.

24 comments:

  1. welcome back punitha.. hope you are fine now :)

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  2. Dear Punitha, I am sorry to hear you have not been well. I am pleased you are feeling better and you are back in style with this delicious recipe. I am getting hungry already!

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  3. hi hope u well... first take care of your health aunty... n kulambu looks so yumm...
    VIRUNTHU UNNA VAANGA

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  4. manathakali heathly dish and good treatment for mouth ulcer...

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  5. Hello Aunty, Hope u r dng good. I love this vetha kuzhambu when made by my grandma...

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  6. Get well soon !!
    I always admire the vathal kuzhambu we get at TN restaurants! This looks exactly the same.. Will try this.. Already drooling here!

    http://aromaticdining.blogspot.com/

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  7. Hi punita, What is manathakkali vathal?? looks like lentil or daal...hope u r better now:).

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    1. Hi Daksha ,

      Manathakkali vathal is a kind of vegetable obtained from manathakkali lentil, which is a very good medicine for peptic ulcer. Thank you for your comment and your interest:)

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  8. arre what happend to u

    hope u r feeling better now punitha

    i was thinking how come i m not seeing ur posts since long

    take care of ur health

    here also weather takin toll on health

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  9. Wow... Mouth watering here Punitha.... :)
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  10. Curry looks delicious Happy to see u back

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  11. Wowwwww...what a lovely colour of this curry. Feeling hungry now.

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  12. Punitha, Hope you have recovered completely. Take care of your health.. Nice traditional recipe..

    Great-secret-of-life.blogspot.com

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  13. Sorry to hear you were not well, hope you are better now.

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  14. படத்தை பார்க்கும்போதே நாவூறுது..

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  15. WECOME BACK !

    மனத்தக்காளி வற்றல் குழம்பு காதால் கேட்டாலே நாக்கில் நீர் ஊறும்.

    அருமையான பதிவு. பாராட்டுக்கள்.

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  16. Punitha, we missed you! Welcome back and I hope that you are in good health now.

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  17. hope u r better now. receipe is great

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  18. wow, love manathakkali in vathakuzhambu. looks yumm.. hope u r feeling better.take care :)

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  19. Take care of you Punitha, btu vatha kuzhambu are our family favourite.

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  20. hey PT hope u r feeling better now! he curry looks awesome!
    ~ashy
    http://thezingofmylife.blogspot.com/

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