melon(mathanga)- 12 small pieces red kidney beans soaked overnight and cooked-1 handful green chillies-2 coconut milk-1 cup salt to taste curry leaves raw coconut oil
How to prepare:
cook melon and add cooked beans and green chillies to it.add salt and add coconut milk diluted first and boil.then add thick coconut milk and dont boil again!Add curry leaves and pour 2teaspoon raw coconut oil over it. coconut oil is prefered as it gives good flavour and note it is not harmful as it is not heated and contains only good cholestrol in it !View Thread
drum stick(muringa kai) - 2 potato -1 carrot -1 yam(chena) -10 small pieces bitter gourd(kaipakka/pavakka)-4 pieces raw banana(pacha kaya ) -2 green beans - 10 Ash gourd(kumbalanga/ilavan)-10 pieces green peas(pacha payar) -10 cucumber(yellow/green) -----5 pieces chilly powder-1 teaspoon turmeric powder-1/2 tea spoon salt to taste water yoghurt/laban- 1 cup coconut grated- 1 cup green chilly-1 0r 2 curry leaves coconut oil
how to prepare: you can use any vegetables in any quantity and if you dont have any one of these vegetables listed doesn't bother ! if you like carrot you can increase its number and if you dont like bittergourd you can avoid it! All vegetables are cut in same shape and length( about a finger length) and put in a cooker . Add water upto the level of vegetables. Add chilly powder , turmeric powder and salt Stir it and taste it if salt is enough for you and cook it till all water is absorbed. Add laban/yoghurt to it.if you like you can add lime juice/tamarind paste in water to increase sour taste. grind coconut and 2 green chillies and add to it. stir it and mix well.Just cook for 5 min and make it slightly dry.Add curry leaves and pour a little raw coconut oil over it.
A colourful vegetable mix preparation with its gravy yellow due to turmeric is ready!View Thread
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