Thursday, September 17, 2009

Vellarikka( Cucumber ) moru curry


Ingredients:

  • Curd 1 cup
  • Shallots 4 to 5
  • Vellarikka 1 cup
  • Garlic 2 to 3 pods
  • Green chilly 3 to 4
  • Turmeric pdr 1/2 Tsp
  • Cumin seeds 1/4 Tsp
  • Fenugreek seeds
  • Mustard seeds
  • Curry leaves
  • Coconut
  • Water
  • Salt
  • Oil

Cut cucumber into medium pieces (cubes). Cook it with little water, salt, turmeric pdr, sliced chilly, shallots and garlic. Grind together coconut, turmeric pdr, cumin seeds and rest of the chilly, shallots and garlic. Add this grounded mix into the cooked vellarikka. Beat the curd using required amount of water and pour it into the above prepared mix. Add salt and boil it in low heat for few minutes. Season it with mustard, fenugreek, shallots and curry leaves.

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37 comments:

  1. Wow Looks so good and yummy.. mouthwatering

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  3. Nithya, reks, sailaga nd pavi...thanku soooo much for ur comments....i tooo luv this.....

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  4. looks delicious..something new to me..

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  5. hai tinzzzz...this is my all time fav...kayayekkalum enikku ithanu ishatam...vere enthokke undu???

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  6. Wow the curry looks exotic dear..yumm!

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  7. HEYY .. is this Mor koyumbu?? Recipe looks quite similar??

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  8. Looks nice..never added cucumber ..will try and c

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  9. I've always just made raita when I have cucumber abd curds.This looks interesting,will try.Nice photo.

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  10. Gorgeous...looks simply delicious!

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  11. It's always a new recipe here for me....looks yum....

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  12. Enteyum fav,ithum kooty choru kazhichateyullu...yummmm

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  13. That looks delicious... Mouthwatering....

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  14. good that you posted this recipe..i was getting bored of the regular sambhar/dal/moru/thakkali curry.....this would be a welcome change!:-)

    i love this one with spicy fish cury..:-D

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  15. Always tried cucumber in daal and chutney but this looks great. Mouth Watering!

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  16. looks great easy and delicious one yum.love to have this with rice mmmm

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  17. This one looks so lovely and saw your awards on clicks and I feel so low, thinking of my photos, I did this morucurry few days back, my hubby buys a podi from a malyalam stores which he loves, so I tried & figured out what ingredients would have been their, well, it might not be exactly same i think but everybody loved it, I think I almost made it just like this, will try this recipe and see, if it turns out like the podi we buy.., thanx for the recipe.
    The thing I have never use onions & garlic in my moru curry which I call Moru Kozhumbu.

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  18. Hey Tina, I am sure you already received so many awards but still i like to nominate this Kreative blogger award for your creativity. An addition to your exclusive award case.

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  19. So Pls collect the award its waiting 4U in my blog.

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  20. Hi Tina! Am new to your blog. But I love it. Thanks for the moru curry recipe. Its looks delicious and is easy to make. Could u tell me if its tastes better if the curd is sour or not?

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  21. hi,

    i tried this recipe to the dot...and my yogurt curdled... what did I do wrong? help...

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  22. Hi Tina,
    I made this curry and loved it. I have put a picture of it in my blog
    Deepa

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  23. am trying the recipe out and am wondering gow much of coconut to use

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  24. i like it.. let me try it too :)

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  25. I tried this today ...and came out really well. Thank u...

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  26. This looks good and delicious

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  27. super, today me and my wife tried this... super

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  28. iam trying this now...cucumber in the pan nw

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  29. Tried it.it is awesome

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