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Tuesday, January 13, 2009

 

         I think its been long time since I posted my recipe in my blog,I cooked lots n lots,but dint had time to take photo and blog it here....That's because my in-laws were here along with another guest for past 20 days. Then came my son's 5th B' day,so I was busy in organizing that...That's why I am not able to do anything in my blog and missed some of your posts also! Here after I will be regular :)

      DSC_1266                                   This yellow pumpkin curry is very flavorful one,sure try this you all will like!

Ingredients:

Yellow pumpkin Skin removed,seeds removed and cubed,1 1/2 cup
Oil 1 tsp
Turmeric little for color
salt as needed

To grind

coconut 4 tblsp
jeera 3/4 tsp
red chillies 3 - 4 or according to your taste
small onions 4 nos.

To temper

Mustard 1 tsp
Urad dal 1 tsp
Curry leaves 1 sprig

Method:

  1. First grind coconut and red chillies,then add water,jeera and onion,just grind for a moment to make it to a coarse paste and keep a side.
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  2. Clean the pumpkin and keep a side.
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  3. Heat kadai and add the tempering items one by one in hot oil.
  4. Add the cut pumpkin cubes and fry for a minute.
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  5. Add turmeric,salt and the ground coconut mixture and a little water and mix well.
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  7. Close the kadai with a lid to make the pumpkin gets cooked.Keep the flame in low.
  8. Keep covered till the pumkin gets cooked.May take 4-5 minutes.Turn in between the mixture to enable even cooking.
  9. After the pumpkin gets cooked and water evaporates completely,cook in high flame till the coconut mixture turns to a golden brown colour.
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  11. Serve as an accompaniment for rice....

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37 comments:

  1. missed you around :) hope you had a great beginning to the new year. and your pics look gorgeous, especially the first one. anything with coconut in it always gets my vote!

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  2. Wow yummy recipe. Pumpin chunks look like ripe mango. Makes me drool....

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  3. something like kootu..sounds delicious..

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  4. Happy New Year to you 2. Pumpkin palya looks gorgeous in the pic have to try it out soon. I am back in town :)

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  5. we add sambhar powder instead of grinding chilies.this u know!!will try this next time:)looks yummy...nice posting after a gap:)

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  6. recipe looks so simple, and delicious too!!!!

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  7. Wow! That looks great...

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  8. Wow am craving for this sort of curries, urs looks prefect..delicious dish!

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  9. Helloooooooo... I love this dish. the only thing I do differently is adding the grated coconut in without grinding them.

    Happy New Year

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  10. Deliicous dish and beautiful colour.
    Send it to FIC, it is yeallow the colour.

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  11. nice entry. i have not tried pumkin, book marked and will try this weekend.

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  12. Oh, masala sounds so good, photo is gorgeous. I love Squash too, make it for dosa! :))

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  13. Rajeswari, wonderful recipe..loved the neat instructions n stepwise pics..in my 'to try' folder! Very healthy n yummy upperi!

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  14. That looks awesome Raks.. i hardly buy this because it is too sweet but your curry looks delicious - must give it a shot. Wishes to your son on his 5th bday :)

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  15. Curry sounds delicious..pics look gorgeous ...

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  16. mmmm yummy. lovely pic. i have tasted this dish at a friend's place. it was awesome.

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  17. I make something similar with chow chow , pumpkin & coco looks gorgeous.

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  18. Zzzz... tasty curry raks. gr8 pics and say my belated Birthday wishes n hugs to yr little boy.

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  19. Never mind,we all get busy once in a while.Hope your son had a wonderful birthday.I see nice yellow recipes blossoming ,the dry roast of pumpkin looks deliciously spicy:)

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  20. That looks lovely... What a nice colour!

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  21. They look very colorful and tasty, I like the ground ingredients here, must have tasted great :)

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  22. Wondering where you were! Glad to have you back. Curry looks nice and healthy.

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  23. wow that looks soo bright & colorul

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  24. Sure, love the first pic. It tempts me much! :)
    Festival wishes , dear.. :)

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  25. Looks nice...we have pumpkin ..gud detail procedure dear...sitting in our kitchen too...

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  26. i make it in adifferent way.Ur recipe is very new to meand very much inviting also. Will try it shortly.

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  27. Loved the first pic!!! I usually make a gravy out of yellow pumpkin. Dry sabzi like this would be a welcome change.. thanx for sharing!! :) Happy Sankranti!!

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  28. Looks yum ! Never made pumpkin curry this way..will definetly try...Nice pics :-)

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  29. delicious curry! looks so gorgeous and mouthwatering. Happy Sankranthi!

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  30. This was a very flavorful upperi ...the ground masala did magic to pumpkin n my two tiny kids also had it along with us! Tks for sharing this...wd b frequent dish for me now on.

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  31. Thankyou purnima,for trying and letting me know the feedback :) Glad that u all enjoyed!

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  32. Hi Raji... I made this curry just now... I was not satisfied with the taste when i tasted the curry immediately after adding the ground masala... I thought i should have not made this but when the masala got roasted well the coconut turned brown the curry tasted simply superb :) All recipes of yours guarantee taste... Keep rocking... thumbs up...

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  33. Very good recipe and mouthwatering too...

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  34. Hi dear your recipes are really tempting, n the way u post them is very nice n user friendly .ur step by step presentation is very unique! I feel how I didn't find it earlier I am a foodie n loves to experiment, your blog is really helpful..keep posting

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