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Sunday, June 21, 2009

              Its so simple to make,yet tasty than the store bought ones,so do try next time then tell me which one you like the best!!

Ingredients:

Toor dal/thuvaram paruppu 1 cup
Red chilli 2-3 nos
Black pepper whole 1 tsp
Garlic 5-6 flakes
Salt,oil for roasting as needed

Method:

  1. Roast red chillies and toor dal till toor dal turns golden brown.
    After roasting
  2. Cool down and grind it with salt to coarse powder.
  3. Crush coarsely, pepper and garlic in a spice crusher.
  4. Add it to the mixer and use inch/juice option to mix it well in the podi/powder.
    Add crushed pepper and garlic
  5. The other option is add whole pepper and garlic flakes to in the beginning itself to skip 3rd and 4th steps.
  6. Store in an air tight container and use when needed.Mix in rice with sesame oil and enjoy!!

Paruppu Podi

Note:

  • My mom adds pepper and garlic without roasting at the last stage,says that enhances the flavor of the podi!!

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43 comments:

  1. Wow! dearie ..lovely post ..it helaps a lot ..Thanks for sharing :)

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  2. I love it:) thanks for sharing.

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  3. Love paruppu podi, but don't make it with garlic. Next time will defintely try adding it. Looks so nice.

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  4. Home made podis are always the best and a very useful and yummy recipe posted raji..

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  5. Looks really yumm. Podi's were not that common in my home .
    I think mom never made them.

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  6. Paruppu podi, little ghee and rice..slurp! heaven.. podi looks soo tempting Raks :)

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  7. I follow aunty's style as u mentioned:)Looks nice!!

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  8. do u have the version with pottukadalai?

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  9. After your delicious dal makhani recipe, I want to try ALL your recipes now... I can imagine how good they must be!

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  10. have heard so much about this podi but have never tried it, this recipe looks good.

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  11. yummy podi.. i like the addition of garlic.. when i go to india next month, i will make this for my hubby and keep.

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  12. Really tempting...love such powders, easy meal solutions.

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  13. Nags,
    I dont hav recipe of this paruppu podi with pottu kadalai though,my sis-in-law hav it in her blog...if you are interested it's HERE :)

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  14. Good Raj! You have lots of powders in your cuisine! love to learn them.. :)
    Visited your sis in law's blog too, u both do great work! :)

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  15. Nice podi dear...I have never added garlic in parrupu podi...sounds and looks delicious...I have to try this soon :)

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  16. Nice n yummy powder...perfect with rice..

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  17. good one..i make it a bit different..nice pictures..

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  18. Lovely paruppu podi, love the addition of garlic Raks...will add garlics to my paruppu podi next time!

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  19. I have come across your blog earlier. Neat one. And ye, remember have eaten similar podi before. It's easy and must-try :)

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  20. wow love to have this podi any time with hot rice and little ghee pic.s are so beautiful. yes I too add raw garlic in this I think that gives a nice aroma to this podi

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  21. Looks gud...shall try and let u know and thanks for your suggestion...I modified it

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  22. Love parappu podi, like the idea of adding garlic to it !

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  23. excellent recipe! my children love paruppu podi with rice that we get in Andhra restaurants...I have bookmarked it. thank you for sharing the recipe!
    lissie

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  24. lovely post. lovely clicks too...

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  25. I've not tried making this with toor dhal before - only pottu kadalai. Looks delicious and you are right - so easy.

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  26. Podi looks so delicious and an easy one to have on hand, too. Nice one! :)

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  27. Home made. Very aromatic.

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  28. Love paruppu podi with nei...Clearly breath taking pictures, love your photography skills, dear.

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  29. Nice n spicy,must be so good with rice:)

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  30. Love having paruppu podi with ghee and hot rice. i usually add pottukadalai(daliya) too..urs has a nice color.

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  31. Wow...this is one podi which i never miss to get from India.Infact this time,my baggage was over weight and i ensured my mom couriered it to me.Now i feel guilty,this is so easy to make and i shud make it myself,thanks for the recipe.

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  32. wow, lovely paruppu podi, i do make it often but not with garlic !, definitely not when my FIL is here !... will try some time later !, beautiful pics too....

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  33. Il try this..my hubby gonna love it..:)

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  34. Spicy Parupu podi tastes perfect when served with steaming hot ghee rice;-)
    Drop in sometime!!

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  35. Spicy Parupu podi tastes perfect when served with steaming hot ghee rice;-)
    Drop in sometime!!

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  37. Nothing like home made paruppu podi..V and kids wud write off their properties for this ;)
    I make paruppu thuvayal this way, Raks..
    but recently MIL taught me a simpler version od making paruppo podi(earlier we too used to do like what you have mentioned here)with pottukadalai, poondu and milagai.. req no roasting ..yet very flavourful..

    Nice authentic recipe...

    yeah, I did get to see your poondu kuzhambu before posting mine..(i have this very bad habit of googling the recipes before I post) ;)
    Love your version too..:)

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  39. Hey Raaji,That is absolutely fine dear to ask queries..
    Regarding ur query I use our humble PICASA for the borders..We just need to use our creativity to create them..

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  40. Just pass me a spoon :)

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  41. Tried this podi my father-in-law liked to so much. Thanku :)

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