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March 26, 2010

Thotakoora Mamidikaya Pappu ~ Amaranth Leaves Mango Dal


Thotakura Mamidikaya Pappu ~ Amaranth Leaves Mango Dal


Ingredients :

Amaranth leaves : 3 Bunches
Raw Mango : 1 medium sized
Yellow lentil / Toordal / Kandipappu : 1 Cup
Green Chillies : 3 or 4
Red Chilli Powder : 1/2 tsp
Turmeric Powder : 1/4 tsp
Mustard Seeds : 1tsp
Urad dal : 1tsp
Chana dal : 1tsp
Salt to Taste
Oil : 2 or 3 tsp
A Pinch of Hing


Method :


Remove the stems from Amaranth leaves. Wash & chop the amaranth leaves and keep aside.
Wash & peel the mango and cut into medium pieces.
Wash yellow lentil properly with plenty of water.
Put dal, mango pieces, amaranth leaves, chopped gree chillies and two cups of water in a pressure cooker.
And cook till 3 or 4 whistles.
Turn off the flame and wait unill the pressure go off.
Remove the lentil from cooker and keep aside.
Heat oil in a vessel add mustard seeds, urad dal, chana dal and a pinch of hing. When they
start to splutter add cooked dal mixture, turmeric powder, salt and red chilli powder.
Mix well and cook about 5 minutes.
Take it out and serve with hot rice & a dollop of ghee.

40 comments:

  1. Hi harichandana, it was so good to see ur comment after a long time. How's college?
    I can imagine the sourness of the dal, will try this when I get hold of raw mango.

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  2. Hey,Harichandana..this is very tasty..nicel click Dear..Drop in sometime at my blog..

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  3. Nice combo n looks delish with rice...

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  4. What an absolute dal! I'll have it with the rice! Yum! Yum!

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  5. that's truly a touch of andra recipe...we love this

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  6. Dal with mango!Sounds soo tempting!

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  7. Nice combo...Looks yummy...

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  8. Tangy, yummy and healthy too. Delicuous.

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  9. this daal looks so delicious! i recently had a funny encounter with amaranth leaves :) i ended up making the sambhar, but i can see raw mango would be a wonderful edition to it.

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  10. Looks very tangy and healthy too

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  11. mmm. ee combo chaalaa baaguntundi kadaa!! Nice dish Hari Chandana! Yum!!

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  12. Tangy and healthy dal, never combined mango and amarnath leaves together, will try soon..

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  13. Very healthy dal. Never tried Amarnath leaves in cooking. Would try soon.

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  14. Thats a totally new recipe 4 me..Sounds delicious.!!
    nice 2 visit ur wonderful space here...
    Adding u 2 my blogroll
    Happy Blogging !!

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  15. Superb daal also very healthy!!

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  16. Nice combo. Tangy and healthy dal... perfect with hot rice.

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  17. My most fav greens..Oh, I miss home ..
    Superb combo :-)

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  18. mango should impart such a yummy taste..

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  19. new recipe to me..looks great

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  20. Yummmmmmy papu,i made mango papu yesterday.U reminded me to add thotakuar,will be doing it next time

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  21. recipe sounds interesting dear...
    Nice click :-)

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  22. Lovely Sidedish! Love anything with Mango!

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  23. Dhal looks very good with rice....nice click :)

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  24. Iam here after a long time.hru ? this pachadi looks very nice..will search for amaranth leaves..

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  25. looks delicious, simple and nice one..

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  26. Nice combo, looks tempting and yummy.

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  27. hi, after a long time, nice click, and a pappu recipe which is my all time favourite, I want to try sometime my friend told me about this, who is from Andhra, I do not get amaranth leaves or lovely sour mangoes, only if I could have your platter!!, looks so very yummy

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  28. Nice combination of ingredients. Looks yum.

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  29. delicious...... tempting a lot......

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  30. dal looks great and sure is a perfect combo with rice. my first time here, glad to follow you, am a new blogger, do visit my blog

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  31. I love this recipe, simple n tasty!!

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  32. I stopped by to say a hello to you and let you know how cool your blog is. This is my first visit and I am thoroughly impressed. Happy Cooking and Happy Blogging

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