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MURANGAKKAI URULAI KARA KUZHAMBU (Drumstick n Potato tamarind gravy)

On lazy days instead of Sambar this Kuzhambu is a savior. Spicy n it goes well with breakfast dishes as well as with plain rice. Some mildly spiced vegetable curry or kootu makes a perfect match with this. Made Lapsee n Zucchini curry to pair up with this Kuzhambu for lunch!! 


What you need:
1 drumstick - chopped into small pieces
2 nos - Potato, chopped
10 nos - Pearl Onions, skin removed
1 no - Tomato, chopped 
1 tbsp - Sambar Powder
1 tsp - Red chilli powder
1 tsp - Coriander powder
Gen pinch of asafoetida
1 tsp - Mustard seeds
1/2 tsp - Fenugreek seeds
1/4 tsp - Cumin seeds
2 nos - Red chillies
1 tsp - Tamarind paste
Curry leaves
1 tbsp - Gingelly oil
Salt as reqd

How to make:
Heat oil in a kadai, add mustard seeds, fenugreek seeds, cumin seeds, red chillies, curry leaves and saute well.

Add onions, drumstick, potatoes and fry well. Add tamarind paste, chilli, coriander n sambar powders, asafoetida  and salt mix well. 

Add 1 - 1 and 1/2 cups water and simmer in medium flame and bring to boil.

This will thicken once it starts thickening add 1/4 cup water boil for couple more mins and its ready to be served.


Comments

  1. That looks so Colorful and lovely dish...

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  2. Iam a big fan of kara kulambu.lovely clicks

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  3. That looks very tempting, Love the Bold Color in this dish!

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  4. beautiful color n unique combination..lovely!

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  5. Kara kuzhambu once a while is a welcome change.The picture has come out well.

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  6. I am drooling at that kara kuzhambu... I am wondering how this would taste with plates of rice... yum...

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  7. So yummmy .... I am happy to be a fan of your food styling and photography :)

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