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Thursday, September 18, 2008

     This can be called as coriander leaves powder and you can make this and keep in fridge and use it for 15-20 days.Its very yummy and delicious! Hope you all too like this!

KOTHAMALLI THOKKU

(Pictures updated)

Ingredients:

Coriander leaves 1 big bunch
Urad dal 1/3 cup
Redchillies 6-10
Asafetida 1/4 tsp
Tamarind 1 small gooseberry sized
Salt As needed

 

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Method:

  1. Wash coriander leaves and spread it in a news paper or kitchen towel to absorb the water in it.
  2. Remove the thick stems if you dont want,thin stems can be there.
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  3. Roast urad dal,redchillies and asafetida together till urad dal turns golden brown.
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  4. Cool down and first grind redchillies,tamarind,salt,asafetida into a coarse powder.
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  5. Then add coriander leaves and give a few runs to grind little.
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    6.Lastly add the roast urad dal and grind to a coarse powder,taking care to not to grind into fine powder.
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             7. The urad dal should be seen as shown below in the picture.

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          Transfer to an air tight container and keep it in fridge.This thokku,we can take with rice by mixing this with sesame oil,or we can even have this as a side dish for Idly,Dosas!

    coriander thokku

        Herb Mania: Coriander  I am happy to send this to Herb Mania : Coriander/Cilantro event hosted by Our Siri of Siri's Corner.The event originally started by Dee of Ammalu's Kitchen!

       

       

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      24 comments:

      1. Hi Raks Kitchen! The coriander podi looks yummy...healthy too...

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      2. Yumm i am imagining dipping into with a hot piece od dosa yummy

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      3. You have a lot of patience girl... guiding us step by step.
        I will put u on my list to follow so I wont miss your yummy recipes.

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      4. Hey Rajeshwari, the thokku is new to me and looks fragrant! Here the coriander costs a fortune this season!

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      5. Looks very nice and flavourful.

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      6. thanks raji for the recipe..i was looking for a perfect recipe...

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      7. i love the flavour of coriander! yummy!!

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      8. looks lovely .. i havent tasted this one .. must be tasting yummy with steamed rice

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      9. Thokku looking yummy...I would love this with rice...thanks for sharing the wonderful recipe

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      10. Ooooh! I love it! beautiful description as usual. Looks so delicious.

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      11. Good one yaar! Loved the podi :) esp color!

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      12. The coriander podi looks fabuluous.I am sure it must be very very tasty...

        I am adding U in my blogroll.

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      13. I didn't know u made this for Herb Mania Raks..was just about to suggest to send..guess u forgot to email me..:).. no probs will take the details from ur post! the thokku looks yummo! Thanks dearie..:)

        Hugs,
        Siri

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      14. hi this looks really amazing, lovely step by step tutorial, will definitely try it out.

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      15. hey, am going to try this tmmrw, will tell you how it turned out :-)

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      16. Oh that must be so flavorful & fragrant Raks...

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      17. This is my all time favorite podi. Usually my grandmother makes it for me, so I have not at all tried making this. I'm going to try this one very soon.

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      18. Hey Raj, how r u? :)
        Have never seen this , so bookmarking!

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      19. hi, made the thokku as accompaniment to my palak dosas yesterday night. turned out real yummy! I was a little apprehensive that the corinader leaves might make it wet..but it came out beautiful. loved teh flavour. thank u dear :-)

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      20. Thankyou dershana and Vijaya-dailymeals to try i out and giving me the feedback!

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      21. The new clicks looks sooooooo inviting :) Wish to make some now. But I have only little bunch of these fellows :(

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      22. hey raks... ur site is simply awesome :) i started viewing this a couple of days back.. and you stolen my heart with your items :) the specialty of your site is , we just feels like trying it out atleast once.. the way you have explained and shown is so nice.. :) today i tried your kothamalli thokku :) it came so nice and tasty :) thanks raks... keep going.. :) all the best :)

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      23. simply yummy, good for busy weekdays!!!

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      24. Lovely recipe!!! Thanks for posting this!!!

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