Monday, September 28, 2009

Pavakka( Bitter gourd ) Thoran


Ingredients:

  • Bitter gourd 1 big
  • Ginger small piece
  • Coconut 1/2 cup
  • Shallots 5 to 6
  • Green chilly 5
  • Curry leaves
  • Salt

Finely chop the bitter gourd. Add grated coconut, sliced shallots, curry leaves and chopped ginger into it. Heat oil in a kadai and add the bitter gourd and rqd amount of salt into this and cook it in low flame.

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32 comments:

  1. Love thoran but pavakka is not a veg i like.

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  2. I love Pavakka thoran and this is how make it too..

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  3. Love the thoran and your blog too, Tina!:)You remind me of one of my dear friends!!

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  4. Never heard of Pavakkai thoran ... will surely try. Thanks for the recipe.

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  5. pavakka thoran looks so yummyyy!!! n nice pics too...

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  6. Nalla thoran,this is how my Amma makes,just had pavakka thoran for lunch..

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  7. I use the same recipe, but without ginger. Will try that way next time :-)

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  8. Adipoli Thoran Tina,Healthy too..

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  9. Such a gorgeous thoran Tina, bittergourd my all time fav veggies!

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  10. Nice & easy thoran..will surely try tina

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  11. simple yet adipoli dear..he likes this so much..:)

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  12. hey tina, thanks for visiting my blog and posting your wonderful comments. Your blog rocks. I just loved reading it. This particular dish sounds too simply yet delicious

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  13. i had made ladyfinger thoran.this is new to me.I like bittergourd.Nice and neat click.

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  15. Pavakka, my favourite veggie...like it in all forms, curry or fry. This is agian a new recipe to me...a must try version. Nice pictures.

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  16. im the only one in my family who eats this gourd..but i LOVE it..

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  17. i am not a big fan of bitter gourd but this is a different recipe dear :)

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  18. very new recipe to me...looks great!

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  19. Hi, i love pavakka thoran, i too have one in my blog :) Your blog rocks !!!

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  20. Different recipe from pavakkai.looks good.Do visit my blog when u find time

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  21. Ente ammachi kandal molkittinnadi kittum.... inganeyano pavakka thoran undakkunne? Pavakka thoranu orikkalum oil use cheyyaruthu! Nalla manchattiyil ithiri vellamozhichu nalla kanthari mulakumittu venam undakkan. Venamenkil ithiri chemmeenumkude ittu kodukkam. Potte eee Mathaichan molodu ithavana kshamichu!

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  22. Athe thanks for ur upadesham...njanum enna add cheyatheyanu vakkunathu..but nalla onnandaram kaipan pavvakka ayathu kondanu oil add cheythathu....iyalippo kshamichilengilum enikkonum illa..njanoru chef onnum allallooooo.....

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  24. this is a great veg..and i love the bowl..such a pretty colour

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  25. hi Tina first time here.I had never heard of bittergourd thoran. Sounds interesting and looks easy to make.
    Do find time to drop by.

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  26. after marriying a palakkad iyer i was lost when he said me,"do u like thoran?". I was like what is that? Now I know...thanks to you tina ! You have a nice space here.

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  27. Tina, i tried the pavakka thoran..i have put a picture in my blog..

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