Puli Inji(Tamarind Ginger Curry) - Onam Special Curries









Puli Inji - Sadya special


Ingredients


  • 2 cups ginger ,chopped
  • 2 green chilles, chopped
  • 1 whole dry chilli
  • 1/4 tsp turmeric powder
  • 1/4 tsp chilli powder
  • 1/4 tsp asafoittada
  • curry leaves, few
  •  1/4 tsp fenugreek powder
  • jaggery grated, as needed
  • water as needed
  • 1/2 tsp mustard seeds
  • tamarind, size of a lemon
  • coconut oil, to fry
Directions


    Heat coconut oil in a pan and deep fry chopped ginger till crisp. Drain on paper towel and pulse it in a food
processor or mixer.(just one spin should be enough). Heat 1 tbs coconut oil and splutter mustard seeds. Saute chopped red chillies and green chillies for a minute and keep aside. To  the same oil add tamarind water along with chilli powder, turmeric powder, hing powder, fenugreek powder, curry leaves and jaggery. Boil till the liquid becomes very thick, adjust salt. Now add fried ginger, green chillies and red chillies. Boil for few more minutes serve with rice.
Note : If it is too spicy adjust with jaggery or molasses


Comments

  1. Looks really very delicious... mouthwatering one... cant take out my eyes from it....

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  2. Sounds very aromatic and lovely curry
    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  3. Looks really delicious...love the color

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  4. oh my i had no idea onam was round the corner

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  5. This looks really good! I love ginger and spicy dish.. definitely bookmarking this!

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  6. Lovely and very authentic treat !

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  7. Drool drool drool one of my fav, wish i was back home for this onam :-(

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  8. Looks tasty as ever. Perfect color and consistecy.

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  9. Mouthwatering ..Ente fav anu, i always make sure ammama makes more, so that i can pack that home when we return after vacation during onam holidays...Made me nostalgic vrinda...

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  10. What a wonderful curry with tamarind and ginger, yum!

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  11. never used ginger in this way. this looks divine. almost like pickle. now I will ask my Keralian friends to invite me on Sadya. that seems a definite 'to have' meal for me now.

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  12. My Fav..i have my version coming soon..
    Yummy yumm!!!

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  13. onam vannu alle Vrinda, Pulli inji adipoli

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  14. Have heard about this dish, but never tried it so far. Sounds tongue tickling and can imagine it would taste divine with hot rice and ghee..

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  15. Wow grt dish..looks too tempting...

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  16. Looks delicious and mouthwatering. My favourite

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  17. nice one vrinda.havent evere tasted this.

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  18. Ahaa, tempting inji curry..Superb pictures..Onamthinu inji curry undakkanno vendayo enna confusionilarunnu njan, ethu kandittu undakkathirikkan thonnunilla :)

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  19. I can almost feel the taste with all that ginger & love the color.....delicious...bookmarked

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  20. This is so new to me...thanks for sharing this traditional recipe. Looks absolutely delicious!

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  21. what a nice new dish! Love the presentation too...

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  22. This looks so very delicious! I love all that ginger!

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  23. Mouthwatering puli inji, irresistible!

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  24. Wow...looks really yummy! Seeing this for the first time and it looks so good :)

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  25. Interesting recipe, I have been looking for something similar to make. How long will it keep?

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  26. New recipe to me ...must be really tangy. lipsmacking, i liked it

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  27. this is my favourite dish but I don't know how to prepare it.This would be a great help for me to follow it step by step.Thank you.

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  28. my favorite too.looks hot and yummy...i also make it very often..

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