Exquisite Corner

'Exquisite' means of such beauty or delicacy as to arouse intense delight .A food that's creative, thoughtfully prepared, beautifully presented and easy to eat makes it absolutely delicious.On this corner,I have tried to recollect the spicy memories and food that I have enjoyed, a delicacy that still persist on the corner of my heart.Hope you too will enjoy it. Bon Appetit !


Monday, August 22, 2011

Puli Inji

  1. Ginger - 100 gms(sliced into thin pieces)
  2. Tamarind - of the size of a lime
  3. Chilly pwder - 1 1/2 tspn
  4. Coriander powder - 1 tspn
  5. Turmeric powder - 1/4 tspn
  6. Aniseed(Uluva) powder - 3 pinchs
  7. Coconut oil - 1 tbspn and 1 tspn
  8. Mustard seeds
  9. Whole red chilly - 2No:s
  10. Curry leaves - 1 sprig

How to make

Take a wok. Add the sliced ginger and let the water content get vapourised. Add 1 tbspn coconut oil and fry the ginger till turns dark brown in color. Remove from fire. Take another pan , fry the chilly and coriander powder for 2 mins. Now grind the ginger,chilly powder and coriander powder in a mixer to make a fine paste.Do not add water while grinding. Now add heat 1 tspn of coconut oil in a pan,splutter mustard seeds, whole red chilly and curry leaves. Add the ground ginger paste. Add the tamarind juice and let it boil. Add aniseed powder and turmeri powder. Stir well. Add salt to taste. This dish can be used for more than a week if stored in refridgerator.

1 comment:

  1. yummm...my hubby will love this.....

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