Cashew Nut Curry


Ingredients
  • 1 onion chopped
  • 1 small tomato,chopped
  • 2 green chillies
  • 1/2 cup cashewnuts 
  • 1/2 cup coconuts, grated
  • 1 whole red chilli
  •  1 tsp mustard seeds
  • curry leaves 
  • 1/2 tsp fennel seeds(perum jeerakam)
  • 1/2 tsp coriander powder
  • 1/2 tsp turmeric powder
  • 1/2 tsp red chilli powder
Directions
Dry roast the coconuts. When it turns light brown in color add fennel seeds,
coriander powder and chilli powder. Turn off the heat when it turns completely
brown ,cool it and grind to a coarse paste , Set aside. Heat oil in a pan, splutter
mustard seeds, red chillies and curry leaves. Add onions, once sauteed add chopped
tomatoes, turmeric powder and green chillies. Now add cashew nuts water and
salt, cook covered for few minuts, till nuts are completely cooked. Then add ground
coconut paste, adjust the salt and cook for 2 more mintes. Garnish with curry leaves.

Comments

  1. OMG, this is so interesting! Never heard of cashew nut in curry. I bet it tastes great. Cheers.

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  2. Wonderful new recipe !This is so unique..I am sure it would have tasted so GOOD done in a curry style like that. Will love to try out. My daughter loves cashews, so this one will be like a treat :)

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  3. I can already feel the crunch of cashew nut in the curry.

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  4. Never thought of making a gravy with cashew nut.....must be very tasty.

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  5. oh wow this looks great give me some with chappati please

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  6. Wow I never heard of this recipe before..I got keep close taps on ur blog my dear..u r fully of surprise and different dishes each post..:DDDD

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  7. Nifty idea...My aunt used to make "theeyal" using tender cashews..So I can imagine the taste of this..:-)

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  8. wow.......yummy yumm curry dear, the color of the curry is so tempting.we to make curry with cashews, but ours is slightly different from yours.....

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  9. Ooh!!! Kidillan...kothiyavunnu...
    I had something similar to this only once from a srilankan place some time back...
    loved it...
    Nice pic too...

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  10. lovely gravy with cashewnuts,nice recipe too...

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  11. Hey, I love this kurma from my chidlhood. Only difference is tender green cashews were used. My neighbour aunty used to prepare this for me. Looks slurpy!

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  12. This is a very new recipe...I like the idea of adding cashews to the curry ! nice click...

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  13. Ithu kandappol thanne ente vannam koodinnu thonunnu..appo pinne kazhichaloooo...Looks great and creamy.

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  14. Curry looks delicious and as always Awesome click:).Tinaye Naan support cheyyunnu. Naan kazhichalum vannam koodum ennu thoney ...hehe...:)

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  15. Cashew curry looks superb..fat anallo nu karuthi ethine adupikare ella..kanan adipoli..taste um super ayirikumallo..

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  16. Looks sooo rich and yum...!! New recipe and must-try!

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  17. wow wow, coconut and cashew nuts, this must be tasting extremely creamy and royal; will love it with naan!

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  18. Beautiful click.. This reminds me of a restaurant in Chennai.. named Palimar.. I was very found of his cashewnut curry..

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  20. nice gravy and a wonderful picture

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  21. AM ready to finish that whole bowl...looks soo rich and creamy dear..

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  22. Never heard of this curry. Must be very rich and creamy. Nice try.

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  23. The cashewnut curry gravy looks rich and crunchy and worth trying

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  24. Yummy and creamy...I'm drooling :).

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  25. Yummy yummy and yummy. cant think of any other words to describe.

    Chitchat
    http://chitchatcrossroads.blogspot.com/

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  26. Interesting,Never heard.Looks creamy & tempting.

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  27. wow..this curry looks so wonderful..beautiful pics.. i too will try this and let u know...my hubby and son big fan of cashews...i have to hide the pack from them else they will finish it of in a jiffy!!

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  28. Wow I love this curry...looks creamy and delicious...good one Vrinda :)

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  29. Love this curry, i never miss to eat this when i visit b'lore.Its the tastiest curry i ever had.Thanks for taking me back to my home town.

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  30. Just looking to that pic i am drooling here. I have never had this curry but i can imagine how dleicous it is.

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  31. I didn't know that you could curry nuts. Looks delicious!

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  32. mmmmmmmmmmmmmm thats really wonderful rich gravy dear.. really looks so so so tempting , nice combo of spices too. Bookmarked it

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  33. Yum! I love the idea of cashew curry - my daughter is such a huge fan of cashews and would love this dish!

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  34. i have been seeing this in many places of late. Looks lovely, the lighting of the pic is perfect :)

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  35. Curry looks delicious and creamy!Had it in restaurants only but now i know i can make it at home.Thx for sharing it.The pic is perfect!

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  36. looks great ..and sooo rich!!!

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  37. that's a lovely picture... looks very delicious...i was drooling over your kinnathappam. i will try to try :)

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  38. Beautiful! I like that this is meatless and so full of wonderful body and flavor.

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  39. It looks lovely Vrinda!I have always made a gravy paste with cashews but never a curry..

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  40. This curry looks fantastic, and I loved the combination of cashew and coconut must have tasted awesome....

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  41. what a yummy and rich gravy.nice click too

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  42. This curry looks amazingly delicious! I love cashew nuts and coconut, I'll definitely give it a try, thanks for the wonderful recipe:)

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  43. Hey... absolutely fabulous and very rich gravy.. never heard of a whole dish with cashews actually... good one

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