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May 27, 2010

Karivepaku Podi ~ Spicy Curry Leaves Powder


Karivepaku Podi or Karivepaku Karam


Ingredients :


Curry leaves : 2 cup
Coriander seeds : 3 tbsp
Chana dal : 3 tbsp
Urad dal : 2 tbsp
Red chillies : 8
Tamarind : small lime sized
Salt to taste
Oil : 4 tsp

Method :

Remove the stems from the curry leaves and wash them. Let it dry completely. Heat oil in a pan and add coriander seeds, chana dal, urad dal and finally red chillies to light golden color. Remove from the flame and allow it to cool. In the same add one tea spoon of oil and put curry leaves. Roast them for a few minutes. Remove from the heat and let it cool down. Grind the roasted spices, salt and tamarind to a coarse powder. Finally add the roasted curry leaves to the spices powder and blenderise it again. Serve with dosa, idli or hot steamed rice and ghee.

28 comments:

  1. lovely click...
    easy one to have at home...

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  2. nice clicks , thanQ for remembering me this my granny used to make this :)

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  3. My fav comfort food when I am lazy to cook for myself!

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  4. Looks spicy and delicious podi.
    Shared some awards with you..do collect.

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  5. My fav, always. Nice click too.

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  6. Looks spicy and delicious podi.

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  7. What a Picture!!!
    I love the podi and blogged long back..dont remember how I made though! :)..you have reminded me to make some! :)

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  8. Chandana, this is my fav after paruppu podi....i use this to prepare quick lunch when i feel lazy and dont want to cook too much :)

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  9. This "podi" is one of our favourites, and a good way to use up curry leaves.

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  10. Karivepaku podi looks really awesome.
    I need to try some time.

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  11. i love anything with curry leaves..this podi is one of my favorite like to have this with dosa..yumm

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  12. Beautiful and flavourful podi..looks awesome..

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  13. Hari, it has been forever since I had this, you are so tempting me to make it now. I will try it out in next couple of weeks :)

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  14. lovely click...that looks delicious..must try!

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  15. Beautiful picture. It's in my to-do list since long. Will try this week end.

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  16. i LVOE CURRY LEAVES...AND THIS IS THE FIRST RECIPE I HAVE COME ACROSS BESIDE THERE REGULAR USE :)

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  17. Hey thats realy yummy...i love it...if we eat it with hot rice and ghee....wowwwwww i cant just imagine that feel....lovely one....

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  18. This is a great powder for cooking! It's lovely!

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  19. I'm learning so much from your lovely blog. This is new to me and sounds interesting!
    Khadija

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  20. Fantastic click. Looks spicy and delicious.
    Have a nice weekend dear
    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  21. I love allllllllll podis with rice and ghee.. and this is my fav one.. looks yumm and Almost I too do the say proportion.. Nice click dear.

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  22. lovely snaps...& wonderful recipes..
    www.nimisculinaryventures.blogspot.com

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  23. Curry powder looks delicious!

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  24. i love this podi .. it looks delicious .. awesome pic :)

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  25. delicious, hot and spicy powder !! pics looks great!!

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