Sundakkai Poricha Kuzhambu

Sundakkai Poricha Kuzhambu:





If you want to know the english name and benifits of sundakkai here is the link...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solanum_torvum


here is the picture of  sundakkai,


Ingredients:


100 g sundakkai
1/2 cup moong dal
1 medium sized onion chopped
1 medium sized tomato chopped
1 tsp sambhar powder
1/4tsp turmeric powder
1 sprig curry leaves
2 tbsp oil
1/2 tsp cumin seeds
A pinch hing powder
salt to taste
water as we needed.

Method:




                                Wash and Pressurecook the moong dhal with enough water and keep aside.



Heat oil in a kadai,add cumin seeds.Once it started crackle add chopped onion,tomatoes and curry leaves.Finally add the sundakkai,fry them in the oil for 2 mins.



                                Transfer the fried things into the pressure cooker and mix it with the dhal.



                                         Add salt,sambar powder,hing powder and a cup of water.





                    Close the lid and pressure cook it.Just One whistle is enough,switch off the stove.




                                        Transfer the kuzhambu into a serving bowl and serve hot with rice.






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  1. beautiful presentation and it looks yummy too.

    if you want to try the peas tip then you will see little bit of shine if not the color (if the one which you get there are not that green):)

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  2. Wonderful and delicious recipe.. very new to me.. looks inviting dear.. thanks for the recipe.. :)

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  3. My all time favorite dear..
    sundakkai kuxhambu looks delicious:-)

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  4. A very attractive and tasty dish. Too bad some ingredients are hard to find in my country.

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  5. Sundakkayi is new to me..sounds delish with rice

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  6. Delicious dishes Prema. Sundakkai Poricha Kuzhambu looks really good.

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  7. very new dish for me ..looks wonderful n healthy ...i must try this ..thanks for sharing

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  8. வாவ்வ்வ் ஸ்டெப் பை ஸ்டெப் படங்களுடன் குறிப்பு சூப்பர்ர்ர்.எனக்கு சுண்டைக்காயில் எது செய்தாலும் ரொம்ப பிடிக்கும்....

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  9. wow...what a picture, beautiful...complete meal...great, kuzhambu must be delicious

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  10. Thats a delicious dish, its has been ages i had sundakkai at home, kuzhambu looks yummy and delicious spread..

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  11. The Kuzhanbu looks delicious, love sundakkai!

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  12. Looks so good..Stepwise pics are great !!!

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  13. Wow, what a beautiful looking thali and this is a new berry for me. Lovely !!!

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  14. Wow! What a delicious dish! And, the last pic is too tempting :-)

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  15. Thanks friends...Iam facing some problem in moderating comments,some comments are not published...So pls Dont mistake me if ur comments r not published,Pls dont hasitate to drop ur comments...Thanks.

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  16. Delicious and colorful kuzhambu.. looks perfect !!

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  17. Amma makes same way but stove top method,I am not a big fan of sundakkai,I will literally cry if mom makes this! ;P

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  18. Had this with dried sundakkai at a friends place.First time seeing them green and your version looks very delicious.

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  19. really delicious sundakka fry curry.. liked the platter too nicely presented yummy

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  20. i use dry sundakkai in vathal kulambhu,but never tried anything with the fresh one.poricha kootu with that sounds nice and the meal platter makes me hungry

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  21. Looks yum...love e platter...gr8 combo....

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  22. oh girl .. u r making me feel so nostalgic .. Loved ur first pic :) so cute it looks

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  23. Am drooling over your last picture, Prema...Delicious platter !! This dish is new to me, it looks extremely tasty...

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  24. aahaa..photo paarththu jollu vittukka vendiyathuthaan..:P:P

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  25. This recipe is very new to me ..... looks yummy !

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  26. wow..looks interesting..I wish I could get some for the lunch :)

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  27. Looks like i have to prepare and taste it...

    First time i am hearing this name... Sundakkai vatha kozhambu thaan kelvi pattu irukken...

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