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Saturday, April 20, 2013

mor-kuzhambu-parupu-usili
        I am planning to post some Lunch menu ideas weekly, so that it will be easy and helpful for many to pre-plan their lunch in weekends/ weekdays. I also want to let know, this may not have any fancy combinations or elaborate lunch, instead, simple, yet will try my best to match the best combinations. If any of the recipes in the menu is not in my blog and if you want that specific recipe, you can leave a message requesting that recipe and I will try posting the recipe soon.
       To start with, here is the classic combo more kuzhambu and paruppu usili. We always try the best to include some dal everyday in our meals and since the kuzhambu is yogurt based, the paruppusili has lentils and complete the meal.
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      So here is the More kuzhambu recipe. I have made it with ladies finger/ Okra/ vendakkai. To add ladies finger in mor kuzhambu, we usually fry it in 2 tblsp sesame oil until black spot appears and the stickiness also goes away. Then boil it until done with salt. Then add it to the mor kuzhambu.

Vegetables that can be added to More kuzhambu :

Other veggies that can be added in mor kuzhambu are – chow chow/ chayote, white pumpkin, brinjal, arbi/ seppankizhangu and even we make small bondas and add to the mor kuzhambu. Even paruppu urundais can be added to this kuzhambu. All the veggies should be cooked before with little water and salt before adding to the kuzhambu. Share the vegetable you add instead of the above.
     Cluster beans paruppu usili, this time I made it by finely chopping, instead the way I have posted earlier.

Vegetables that can be perfect for paruppu usili :

Beans, long beans, cabbage/carrot, broad beans,capsicum, spring onion/onion and vazhaipoo (banana flower).

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24 comments:

  1. Love the combo...great idea..

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  2. Moru Kuzhambu and paruppu usili is a match made in heaven...Looking forward to more such lovely lunch combos

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  3. nice idea Raji. People like me always need a bit of push in planning. :)

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  4. Killer combo...I love this.

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  5. Lovely idea raks... When I started blogging I planned to post like this but some how dint follow.. Good

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  6. Thats a wonderful lunch, inviting and cant take my eyes from that mor kuzhambu and usili.

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  7. Platter looks delicious .., still to try the curry

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  8. Great combination.. inviting platter :)

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  9. Love the combination. Yummy clicks!!

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  10. Thanx a lot....menu planning each day is a troublesome job for any women.or atleast fo me..even if u create a weekly menu plan in ur blog...am ready to grab and follow....luv all ur recipes...

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  11. Perfect combo, nice click as always.

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  12. Which recipe can anyone recommend that is not already on your blog !! This is a treasure house. Looking forward to weekly menus.

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  13. Thank u raks i never knew u had mor khuzambu recipe in ur blog :) im gonna try it out soon :)

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  14. lunch ideas are so helpful... thanks for sharing...

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  15. Great combo! And keep the lunch ideas coming please!

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  16. wow super raks its really nice combo.

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  18. Nice blog Raks...pics are awesome.
    usili can be made even with beetroot or vaazhaipoo....

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  19. Hi Raji,

    I am Viji, an ardent fan of your blog. We generally add sundakkai vathal, manathakkali vathal or Kunukku(made of kadala paruppu - u had written bonda instead i guess) with more kuzhambu. Also for paruppu usili, we sometimes do it with green sundakkai(not the dried one - the fresh one). Need to cut each one into two without fully splitting them and then the usual usili format. It will have an awesome fresh taste and extremely healthy too(Its ful of iron).

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  20. Very nice....lovely dishes

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  21. Nice combo menu...I too started lunch combo earlier but cudnt continue doing it....I am sure you will rock on!! :)

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  22. Hi Raji. My family adds bhindi to more kuzhambu. Tastes well. Sometimes i add capsicum when i have no other veggies

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