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Saturday, November 14, 2009

                        Both my mom and my mom-in-law makes this,my mom makes this for vendhaya dosai which I feel is a perfect combo,still it tastes great with idly and dosai ! My mom in law makes this as chutney,adding water and making its consistency different.  So its our choice to make it as chutney or a dry podi. I have given the podi,we grind without adding water. Its quite flavorful one,I make it rarely and only in weekends as my hubby don't prefer to smell like garlic in office .
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Ingredients:

Red chillies(long variety) 9 nos.
Garlic one whole
coconut 2-4 tblsp
Salt As needed(I added 1,1/4 tsp)
Oil For frying,1/2 tsp
With dosa
Method:
  1. Roast redchillies till deep red and cool down,peel the garlic pods. Give a roast the coconut if it is too tender(milky) I dint do as mine was old coconut.
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  2. Grind first salt,coconut and red chillies to coarse powder.
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  3. Then add the garlic and use Juice/inch/pulse option in your mixer to just crush the garlic and blend well with the chilli.
  4. Serve with Idly or dosa with generous sesame oil.
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Can keep in air tight container and store it for 2-3 days in refrigerator!

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68 comments:

  1. I too love poondu milagai podis...ur version looks very spicy and yummy...I must try it soon :)

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  2. Was looking for this recipe in a while :)

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  3. Mmmmmmmmmmm looks so yummy and fiery.. perfect for dosa and idli. Tempting...

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  4. That is one good looking podi! :)

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  5. Spicy and delicious version

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  6. Sounds good,easy as well...lovely click raks

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  7. Anything garlicy I wud want to try...looks spicy and delicious!

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  8. Nice chutney we make it like chutney...suits well for dosa...

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  9. My MIL also makes the same way ....Looks spicy and flavorful

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  10. My mom use to do this often but I never tried it.. Will try someday..

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  11. Nice chutney Raks, anything with garlic is good :)

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  12. My mom does often , good spicy podi!

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  13. Nice one Raks.. SOmething new again for me....

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  14. Awesome flavors! The combination of ingredients sound divine.
    Must try this recipe.

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  15. Love the color of the podi..too good!

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  16. Love Poondu Podi, your version looks absolutely delicious. Gonna try it.

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  17. there's a slightly different version made in Kerala that stores longer, although yours looks fresher. Let me see if I can make that soon :)

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  18. Wow..this is so tempting to know...we luv poondu chutney..make with tomatoes..Wish to try ur recipe..

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  19. I luv spicy food...This looks delicious and mouthwatering....

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  20. so...Nice combination..even my mother-in-law prepares the same method...its very new to me when i ate the first time..

    Nowadays,whenever i call anyone for eating idly or dosai..i never miss this podi...

    We do used to prepare this podi and next time try it as chutney.

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  21. looks very spicy..will defenitely try this..and very lovely pics dear.

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  22. // as my hubby don't prefer to smell like garlic in office //

    For the same reason my DH too doesnt prefer garlic at all.. But I am a sucker for any garlic based dish.. So already bookmarked yours!!
    Yeah, saw your serving bowl, now we both know where we shop our serving bowls.. Shh...let's keep it as our secret!! :D

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  23. My favorite podi,my mom makes this Podi with Mudakathan Dosai,delicious one

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  24. I love this...even we make similar to this but we prefer for rice...looks so spicy n yummy dear..:)

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  25. this is a lovely recipe

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  26. I have never heard of this, but then I have not heard of the most of the chutneys from South. Looks finger licking good and a lovely picture.

    Soma(www.ecurry.com)

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  27. lovely picture.....looks so fresh and yumm. Even my mum makes it

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  28. Vaguely remember this recipe...mommy used to make, but I hardly thought about it...this looks very spicy and nice indeed. A must try one. thanks for sharing this great recipe:)

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  29. absolutely a new recipe.And quite easy too.i love garlic based recipes and will surely give it a try.

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  30. Have you tried sprinkling this over masala dosa..I mean after spreading potato curry over dosa just sprinkle this powder and add a tsp of ghee and fold dosa over..ummm..yummm..and indulge eating this sinful garlic flavored masala dosa...all I can say is...perfecto!!! podi looks spicy and yumm!

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  31. wow! it looks authentic!
    Check out Oats series round up and i welcome u to join with us in the Variety Rice Series going in my blog!

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  32. I love vendhaya dosai just becoz of this molaapdi :) Nice clicks as usual :)

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  33. delicious podi with any dosai and I would love to have even with rice.

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  34. I can finish a dozen idlis with that podi, hehehehe!!
    I've tasted this a couple of times, long long ago.. from my friend's tiffin box, hehehe; it tastes excellent with the sesame oil; will definitely try this!!

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  35. Great great great! The picture is making me want for this along with dosas :-)

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  36. Oh my dear, i almost forgot this wonderful podi. My mom also makes it for dosas and idlys. But she does not use coconut, will try ur version. As always excellent click dear.

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  37. wonderful! podi looks sooo spicy and yummy :)

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  38. Must try recipe, looks spicy and yummy.

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  39. Hi this is my first visit and njoyed ur blog ....hav bookmarked quite a lot of recipes to make ....do visit my blog www.recipe-den.blogspot.com

    Sabita

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  40. wow Raks this one is my all time fav. with appam s mmmmm mouthwatering......

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  41. Yeah, even my husband doesnt prefer anything garlicky in the mornings and at noon..
    Podi looks lovely!!!
    ..with coconut, garlic and chillies..:) :D
    ..bookmarked..
    ithethan en velai... :( at least 10 avathu irukkum intha sitele irunthu bookmark pannathu :(..

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  42. ..eppao than onnu onna try panna poreno..:(..
    ithu kandippa pannuven!!

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  43. sounds yummy...beautiful click again

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  44. Ok, I am going to try this today, now I know what to do with so many poondu in my basket!!, looks great.., Mr.R will be very happy

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  45. Been a while since i blogged...u seem to hv made so many yummy stuffs.This is one of my fav ones....looks great!

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  46. bookmarked...i am jsut crazy of garlic..will try today itself..

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  47. love garlic.. should make this!

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  48. Its new to me. must try once.

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  49. looks yum and spicy. I love to have garlic and red chili combo. Surely will give a try.

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  50. I can smell the garlic,yum! :D

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  51. Spicy Podi.....
    One of my Hubby's favorite too

    Kindly pick up the award from my blog dear

    with luv,
    ArunaManikandan

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  52. Hey dear I tried this milagai podi , for dosa we all loved it so much. Rhomba rhomba nalla irundhuthu so Immediately I am typing the comment once we finished dosai dinner. Thanks so much.

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  53. Successfully made the first bookmarked recipe...jus now ;)..!!!:D!

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  54. ...and Nags..this tastes more like "thekkaye podi" rather than the 'chammanthi podi' you'd mentioned...do try!..it's easy and yummy :)!

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  55. Whoa! Thank you Pavithra and Barathy for trying out so soon! Hope you all enjoyed the taste and flavor!

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  56. Wow...new to me...looks yum...

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  57. hi.. drawn here to ur blog through this wonderful poondu podi.. awesome space here :-) and happy to follow you..

    cheers
    Kalyani

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  58. HI
    I tried this receip. very hot. but super eruk.
    gud.
    vanithachandran

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  59. hi
    i tried this receip poondu podi.its so hot. but really very gud.
    vanitha chandran

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  60. 1 ) do we have to roast the garlic or grind it raw ?
    2 ) how many days can we store this podi ? or we need to refrigerate it or keep it outside ?

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  61. Fry chillies well, coconut a bit u have to fry, garlic, not necessary, if u want to give it a fry, then u can.
    It's stays good for 2-3 days in fridge.

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  62. Tried it.. My DH liked it a lot.. Thanks for sharing ..

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  63. HI

    USED TO PREPARE ONLY RASAM USING GARLIC, FOR THE 1ST TIME TRIED YOUR GARLIC PODI RECIPE. IT WAS A LITTLE SPICY BUT TURNED OUT AWESOME. TASTED VERY GOOD WHEN MIXED WITH RICE AND A LITTLE GINGELLY OIL.

    RAJI

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  64. HI

    USED TO PREPARE ONLY RASAM USING GARLIC, FOR THE 1ST TIME TRIED YOUR GARLIC PODI RECIPE. IT WAS A LITTLE SPICY BUT TURNED OUT AWESOME. HAD IT WITH DOSAS AND IT WAS FLAVOURFUL; BETTER STILL, TASTED VERY GOOD WHEN MIXED WITH RICE AND A LITTLE GINGELLY OIL.

    RAJI

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  65. Hi Raks,

    Added ur blog to my favorite's :) u r awesome..!!!!

    tried this recipe today... OMG..!!! no words to explain how it was..!!! my hubby simply loved it..!!!

    couldn't take a pic.. will share , when I try next time...

    kudos.!!

    Cheers,
    Jan

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