Thursday, July 7, 2011

Muringakka Thoran


Ingredients:
  • Drumsticks 10
  • Coconut 1 to 1 1/2 cup
  • Turmeric pdr 1/2 Tsp
  • Green chilly 2 to 4
  • Shallots 2 to 4
  • Mustard seeds
  • Curry leaves
  • Water 
  • Salt
  • Oil
Split the drumsticks length wise and remove the inner fleshy part using a spoon. Wash it in running water and chop it. Grind together coconut, chilly, shallots and turmeric pdr. Heat oil in a kadai and add mustard seeds. When it splutters, add curry leaves and sliced shallots. Add grounded coconut, salt and saute it for a few mins. Add the chopped vegetables to it and cook well.


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34 comments:

  1. Delicious n a diff way to cook drumstick!

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  2. Yummy stir fry....Isnt it tough to remove the flesh..or any quick method is there?

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  3. Healthy and delicious thoran. Will give it a try sometime..Lovely profile pic!

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  4. wow, they are just amazing, superb recipe n excellent clicks..

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  5. Woww.. delicious looking thoran... Love the recipe and presentation.. thanks for sharing dear.. gr8 job !!
    Indian Cuisine

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  6. I have never made this way,should be so so yumm!

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  7. very interesting tina!!nice click!

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  8. haven't made drumsticks like this looks delicious
    Torviewtoronto and Createwithmom

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  9. very different recipe:) yummy...

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  10. wow very delicious method to cook drumsticks..

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  11. I have the same variety of drumstick in my garden whose flesh can be scraped . I have tried a mash with the boiled drumstick flesh , this one sounds really good.... will try when i get those mature sticks ...right now they have all dried up and parrots are snacking on them :)

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  12. Omg, wat a fantastic thoran,super healthy and irresistible..

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  13. I always remove the flesh after cooking the drumstick but your method of preparation is different .Looks yummy

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  14. I must try this one...very different recipe with drumsticks.

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  15. Healthy and yummy thoran..so delicious.

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  16. i didnt know murungakai can be cooked this way too. happy to follow you :)

    Rev
    www.relishdelish.blogspot.com

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  17. Kothipikkalle, murungakai kandittu kore kallam aayi. Adipoli thoran.

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  18. A welcome change from the usual thoran Tina..Will surely try this one.

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  19. Delicious and healthy thoran,lovely pictures.

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  20. healthy aand inviting thoran
    1st time herehappy to follow hope u also visit and follow

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  21. ˚。ჱܓ
    。°✿Olá,amiga!

    Delicioso!!!
    É tudo de bom!!!

    Bom domingo!
    Boa semana!
    ♥✿•˚。
    ° 。✿♥ °° 。Beijinhos.
    ✿♥ °° 。Brasil

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  22. this is new to me.. ullilathe mathram eduthu thoran vaykkunnathu evideyum kandittilla. vaavaachi enthu parayunnu? Noble poyo?

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  23. Wow!! loved this a lot. Looks very yummy and excellent snaps Tina.

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  24. This is new to me...looks so yummy!

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  25. very interesting thoran tina..ethu nyan try cheythittilla..kandittu thanne kothi akunnu...yumm

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  26. Amma makes a fry with the pulp, new recipe to me, bookmarked and will try when I get the drumsticks.

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  27. prasheena praveenApril 12, 2015 at 9:36 PM

    nice recipe.... thanks....

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