Sunday, February 14, 2010

Cheerathandu (Spinach stem) Moru Curry


Ingredients:


  • Spinach stem 1 cup
  • Green chilly 4 to 5
  • Shallots 5 to 6
  • Garlic 2 to 3 pods
  • Coconut 3/4 to 1 cup
  • Turmeric pdr 1/2 Tsp
  • Cumin seeds 1/4 Tsp
  • Curd 1 1/2 cup
  • Mustard seeds
  • Curry leaves
  • Water
  • Salt
  • Oil

Clean and cut the spinach stems into length wise pieces. Cook it with few sliced shallots, 2 green chilly, curry leaves, pinch of turmeric pdr, salt and little water. Keep it aside. Grind together coconut, chilly, shallots, garlic, cumin seeds, turmeric pdr, water and curd. Pour it into the cooked spinach stem. Heat it in low flame and remove it from fire. Season it with mustard seeds, shallots and curry leaves.

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47 comments:

  1. teenuuu..... njan ethippoyi.. :) cant sit for long time, bt i wl try to come often...then hwz ur health?? valentines day aayittu kettiyavanu ithano special??? chicken ille?? :) snap really good.. :)
    raw mango juice il sugar vende?? allel puli aaville?

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  2. Curry looks so delicious! Nice click.

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  3. ethu kazhicha kaalam marunnu.kurachu choorum koodiundayirunnenkil....

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  4. Tina,
    nalla moru curry. iththumkooti chooru kazikan nalla rasamanu

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  5. Curry looks delicious. One of my fav:).

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  6. delicious curry...love the color

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  7. Wow!!! looking yummy and wonderful click!!!

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  8. Wow, nice new recipe!:).. sounds so tempting, would love to try it some time.. thank you!!

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  9. Perfect curry with a bowl of rice.... yum...

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  10. Beautiful gravy and the colour of it looks wonderful.

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  11. Curry looks fantastic and totally new dish to me! Nice snap:)

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  12. What a great way to use spinach stems dear...the gravy looks yummy...healthy one too :)

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  13. Beautiful pic and looks yummy.
    Simi Mathew
    itsallaboutfood.wordpress.com

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  14. This is new, using just the Spinach stem ! Will try it next time !

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  15. moru curry with cherathandu..new to me...looks tasty !!http://ruchibhedangal.blogspot.com/

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  16. puthiya variety aanallo..healthy aanu..Valentines daykku special akkiyille..:)

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  17. Moru curry looks delicious..Nice click!

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  18. Looks very delicious & tempting....

    Hope u had an awesome yesterday!!!!

    Ash....
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  19. Mor curry looks creamy, soothing and hearty!!! delicious dish!!!

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  20. This is new to me.....nice click dear..

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  21. I should include this to my culinary book...Looks so tempting,I am sure it goes well with steamy rice....

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  22. The curry looks so wonderful and delicious.

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  23. Curry looks delicious, creamy and yummy. Lovely pic.

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  24. hi dear,

    There is an award waiting for u in my blog. Please accept it!!

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  25. lovely more curry tina, beautiful click, yesterday I was going through all your valentine's day cakes, loved them all, very nice and beautiful, hope you had a lovely time too..

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  26. Slurrp slurrp, looks great am bookmarking this!!! Tempting and mouthwatering!!!

    http://memoryarchieved.blogspot.com

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  27. very nice recipe....very interesting combinations of ingredients !

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  28. Nice and tempting!
    http://padhuskitchen.blogspot.com/

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  29. Hi Tina, I've just had some time blogwalking...ehehe!

    Ur dish is looking really tempting..may I have some? Brought some jellies for u!

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  30. I make sambhar with keeraithandu,but this is new to me,will try next time!

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  31. lovely color..Hope you had a wonderful V day :-)

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  32. Ithu ente mom's fav annu...She simply loves it...
    kothiyavunnu dea..!!! yummy yumm!!1

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  33. Yummy n so simple..love cheera n the thandu in any form

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  34. Look at the gorgeous colour on that curry!

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  35. Simple & yummy curry,loves to eat with Hot rice

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  36. Spinach stems? How about the leaves? In Singapore spinach always a whole bunch.

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  37. Nice blog. Just wanted to let you know that the "home" icon doesn't really work.(perhaps this is an issue with my comp?) It makes it difficult to see all of the recent posts in one page.

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  38. I made this by following this recipe.. it came out well. Curry looks white even if I added turmeric. It's delicious...

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