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November 19, 2009

Sorakaya Aavapettina Koora

Ingredients :
medium sized bottle gourd
Mustard seeds - 1tsp
Urad dal - 1tsp
Bengal gram - 1tsp
Mustard powder - 2 tsps
Red chilli powder - 1/2 tsp
A pinch of turmeric powder
Salt to taste
Curry leaves
Oil



Method :
Wash and peel the bottle gourd and cut into small pieces. heat two teaspoons of oil in a vessel. Add mustard seeds, bengal gram, urad dal. When they start to splutter add curry leaves and bottle gourd pieces & fry it. Now add turmeric powder, salt and sprinkle little water. mix well, cover with a lid. Let it cook completely. When it's done, add red chilli powder and stir well. Remove from the flame and add mustard powder. Mix well. Serve hot with rice.

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59 comments:

  1. Wow delicious koora..looks prefect with curd rice..

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  2. koora looks so delicious..
    Would be awesome with rice..

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  3. welcome back dear...nice yummy recipe

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  4. Hmmm, a post after a long time, I like the thought of adding mustard pwd.

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  5. Delicious dish and lovely click :)

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  6. sorakaya avapettina kura title ne adirindi. chalaa chakkati telugu dish.

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  7. I make it the same way too...isn't it delicious. I love this preparation for its simplicity

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  8. nevr tried dried version for bottlegourd..sounds good...

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  9. wow nice curry ...looking so good ..chnadu today ill try this curry..


    regards,
    shilpa

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  10. This dish sounds so flavorful and delicious! Lovely pic too!

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  11. Very interesting curry ! Looks lovely...

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  12. Koora sounds delicious, looks spicy too:)

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  13. I guess Koora means lauki.. That looks very delicious..



    Work from home India

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  14. I love this simple sabji .It is my favourite.
    Do drop by
    http://padhuskitchen.blogspot.com/ if time permits

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  15. That's a lovely simple subzi, and looks so beautiful in your click, I might have missed some of your recipes as I was not blogging for some time now, but, I came here to wish you and your family a wonderful new year ahead, love to see lot more recipes in 2010, let the new year bring all the happiness

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  16. Wish you and your family a Very Happy New Year.:)

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  17. Happy new year darling.. :)

    snap is amazing.....loved that pale yellow color.. :)

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  18. Sorakkai curry seems so delicious.
    Wish you and family a very happy and prosperous New year dear.

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  19. Wishes to you and your family a very happy and prosperous New year.

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  20. never experimented much with sorakaya... this looks good.

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  21. As Mahimaa said I have never tried with Borttle guard. looks inviting.

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  22. i almost forgot this recipe
    thats a wonderful pic.

    can u make it a little easier for people to comment?

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  23. hai dear....good to hear from u after a long time....

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  24. Lovely and delicious dish...

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  25. Thanks fr swinging by my blog. You have a nice space and yummy recipes too..
    Curry looks so delicious!

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  26. Thanks for dropping by my blog.. a perfect click for a perfect dish..

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  27. thansk so much for dropping by and shring your thoughts me :)..it really meant to me a lot :)... awesome koora :).. following u :)

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  28. Thanks for dropping by my blog and leaving lovely comments. You too have a lovely blog . Welcome back :-)
    http://hamareerasoi.blogspot.com/

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  29. Thanks for dropping by my blog!!!!

    U have a wonderful space with lovely interesting recipes...

    love to follow u...

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  30. Bottle gourd curry is looks delicious,,,i want to try ur version once,,thanks for sharing dear,,take care n keep smiling,,

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  31. Love the pics. The dish looks yummy. But I hate bottlegourd.

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  32. what a tempting click :-) In my family I'm the only one who loves bottle gourd

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  33. Thanks for stopping by kothiyavunu and lending me to ur lovely space..:)
    Delicious looking koor!!

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  34. bottle gourd dish looks very delicious. So simple but yet so flavorful. Love that click too. Thanks for stopping by my blog, I am glad you did, because now I found your blog with so many wonderful authentic recipes and some nice sketches too :)

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  35. It looks delicious and following your blog. It looks great

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  36. Hi, thanks for your kind words my blog, you have a lovely blog here. Lots of interesting recipes. I loved your sketches... you are quite an artist :)

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  37. thanx for visiting me...u hv nice collection of recipe.

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  38. this is awesome and new to me..I should try this...and thax for visiting my blog..u have wonderful recipes dear

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  39. Harichandna,

    Nice blog you have here. Thanks for visiting my blog.

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  40. hi hari chandana...thnx for visitng my blog n commenting...hope 2 c u agn thr...u hv a lovely space with yummy recipes...loved this bottle gourd veggy...vl try soon...hey i am folloing ur blog so that i can track all ur future yummy recipes

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  41. I will try this with the bitter gourd in my fridge! Looks gr8!

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  42. wow!nice recipe Chandana!luks absolutely delicious n perfect presentation!
    Tnx 4 the visit...

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  43. You got nice space dear,,i like your blog n m following u,,, this recipe i like this one n m gonna try this today,,

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  44. delicous curry ..
    hey iam hosting a give away if u get a chance pls do stop by at my blog.

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  45. did not tryed this..looks healthy..

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  46. bottlegourd poriyal looks simple, perfect and delicious!!! must have been great with a curd rice like what you've done here below, that I simply can't help gazing at :)

    went through the delicious collection you've got here, nice recipes right from the heart of Andhra, I suppose :) sounds really authentic and traditional, good work!!!
    have a nice week end!!!

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  47. Hi thanx for visiting my blog and leaving a comment...you have a nice blog too!! following you and hope to c u again...

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  48. New to me and looks delicious.

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  49. Looks really delicious! Hope can try some :)

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