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Monday, September 14, 2009

Cabbage kootu
My mom makes cabbage kootu this way, so I learnt it from her. This is quite different, I have seen only mom makes this way, MIL makes it yellow with sambar powder in it. I love it both ways, still like moms the best :) Its so flavorful, the grinding part makes it smell great! I simply love this kootu with rice and ghee,perfect as accompaniment for vatral kuzhambu and kara kuzhambu!
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Cabbage kootu recipe

Indian Lunch
Prep Time: 10 mins    |  Cook time: 20 mins    Serves: 4

Ingredients


Cabbage ,chopped  2 cups 
Cooked moong dal,(paasi paruppu)  4 tblsp 
Salt  As needed 

To grind

Coconut  1/4 cup 
Jeera  1/2 tsp 
Small onion  2 nos 
Green chilies  2 nos 
Rice flour  1/4 tsp 

To temper

Mustard 1 tsp
Urad dal/ulutham paruppu 3/4  tsp
Curry leaves A sprig
Coconut  oil 1 tsp

Method

  1. Cook the chopped cabbage with 1& 1/4  cups of water till done.
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  3. Add the cooked mashed moong dal and stir well.
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  5. Grind the ingredients under “To Grind” and stir in to the cooked cabbage.
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  7. Bring to boil and mix well. Take care not to leave it as such while it boils, as it gets burnt in the bottom if left un attended for a while, so keep stiring.
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  9. Lastly temper with the items in the " tempering table”and mix well.
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Mix well and serve as an accompaniment for rice,usually we make  this for vatral kuzhambu.(also for kara kuzhambu and puli kuzhambu)
Cabbage kootu

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55 comments:

  1. raji i am first......super clicks, thanks for the recipe

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  2. This looks very tempting at the same time very easy to make. Must try it to confirm.

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  3. Never had cabbage like this only had thoran.

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  4. Awesome pics, looks nice :)

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  5. absolutely different from the way i make. will try ur version.Nice presentation.

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  6. wow so tempting recipe and pic. I too make almost the same way looks great yum.

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  7. Delicious cabbage kootu..I have already voted for u dear..u deserve it..

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  8. Nice n yummy kootu dear..:)
    that would be perfect combo with hot rice.:)

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  9. Tempting pictures dear. Kootu looks delicious.

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  10. Very new to me...looks extremely yum....

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  11. Very new to me. Will try next time. You always have nice clicks.

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  12. wow..new to me..looks awesome

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  13. Hi raji,
    new recipe with cabbage:)thx for sharing..

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  14. Such a professional looking click!

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  15. hey raji,
    Yummmy dish and classy click :) beautiful recipe presentation, keep them coming :)
    TC

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  16. Nice photo....Recipe looks simple & neat

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  17. Nice side dish..yumm..nice pic as well

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  18. Nice recipe and amazing clicks. I love the red background. Looks brilliant. :)

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  19. Kootu looks delish...Pls collect your award from my blog

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  20. Picture is really inviting, makes me hungry!

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  21. Pretty like snow, very different ur recipe!

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  22. Lovely kootu and awesome shot as usual.. Pls collect ur award from my blog dear

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  23. raji, i make it the same way, but you make it look yummier :)

    also, i am probably very late in commenting about your blog header. looks too good :)

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  24. Lovely pic....Nice recipe...thanks for sharing raks

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  25. yummy kootu! looks heavenly :)

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  26. my version is very different! gotta try yours. TH loves koos :D

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  27. looks nice..i make it...quite very similar..

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  28. Small onions in Kootu is a surprise element. Gotta try this !

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  29. Hi raji,
    Simple and yummy recipe.Thanks for new recipe.you can visit my blog, view all recipes and give ur comments

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  30. முட்டைகோஸ் கூட்டு சூப்பராக இருக்கு....

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  31. Mmm this sounds Diff to me..nice click..

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  32. This is a new kootu to me...nice white color...I have to try it with vathakozumbu like you said :)

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  33. What an interesting flavor combination! Looks delicious.

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  34. kootu looks so yummy, never tried with cabbage, lovely pics too..

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  35. Looks so good and yummy .. I too do same like this.. perfect for lunch. Delicious looking.

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  36. yuummm..never had an idea that cabbage could be made in similar way like for our pachadi..but dal is an extra addition..wanna try this sometime..:)

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  37. Looks fabulous and superb...

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  38. Yummy! I love any dish where you add ground coconut and chillies - it really makes the dish exotic!

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  39. Darling, this dish looks fantastically delicious. I will try it, hope mine comes out good. Wish me luck. Thanks for sharing

    Love & Hugs
    Duchess ♥♥♥

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  40. kootu looks so yummy.will try soon.

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  41. Different one, picture looks so inviting. nice click.

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  42. i lve cabbage kootu..i usually eat his kootu with thengai thkayal..ahhhh..thanks for this wonderful recipe..

    cheers,
    ammu,

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  43. oohh.. this is yummy... its one of my favourites and I make it atleast once a week... sometimes I just have it like soup :)

    - Indhu (www.thayirsaadham.com)

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  44. pictures are too good..including the step by step ones..nice recipe too.

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  45. hi,

    first time here,,,,u have a very nice blog...yummy recipes...if u get time, do visit my blog!!

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  46. Saw your interview with EC... It was lovely...

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  47. Looks very yummy!Always made the cabbage dry curry..totally new to me!

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  48. Hi First time here. You have a wonderful space. Kootu is very tempting. Lovely pics

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  49. Yummy
    Cabbage kootu is my all time fav dish.Looks great

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  50. So easy to make & rice flour is something i have never used in cooking this way. beautiful pictures like always.

    Soma(www.ecurry.com)

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  51. Hi Raks
    I have made cabbage kootu following my mom's recipe but i have never eaten the way you have made . i tried today evening for dinner and came out really well. it was very tasty and went well with rice and pudhina thogayal. thanks again.

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  52. My husband and son hate cabbages . I tried this recipe with some left over cabbage and they both loved it, thanks Raks.

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  53. Evry dishes I love it And taste it but I except videos then its very helpful for me

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