Palakottai pachai payir kuzhambu / Jackfruit seed moong dhal gravy

22:40 Niloufer Riyaz 1 Comments

Next time you buy jackfruit donot throw away the seeds, Dry them in the sun and remove the white layer and the brown layer. Now you can use them in gravies. Try this moong dhal gravy with jackfruit seeds and you will surely love this gravy. If you want to make this gravy more richer add coconut milk to it. sending this ti Anitha's vegetable-marathon-event-announcement



You need:
Moong dhal              1/2cup
Jackfruit seeds           100gms
Onion (small)             1nos
Tomato (Small)          1nos
Oil                             1tbsp
Mustard seeds            1/2tsp
Fennel seeds               1/2tsp
Garlic                          2-3pods
Curry leaves                few
Green chilli                  1nos
Dry red chilli                2nos
Turmeric powder         1/2tsp
Jeera powder               1tbsp
Fennel powder             1/2tsp
Asasfoetida                  1/4tsp
Coriander leaves  to garnish

Preparation:
Cook the dhal and jackfruit seeds together. The dhal should not mashed completely but soft cooked.
Chop the onions , tomatoes and garlic.
Heat oil in a pan, add mustard seeds, when it starts to splutter add fennel seeds, dry red chilli, green chilli, curry leaves and garlic. fry for a minute.
Add onions and tomato and fry for a minute. Add the dhal and jackfruit seeds, turmeric, jeera and fennel powder and asafoetida. Add 3/4 cup water and season with salt. Cook sim for 15 to 20 minutes. Garnish with coriander leaves. Serve hot with rice or chappati

Sending them to Nithu's Best out of waste event

1 comments:

Priya said...

Woww kuzhambu sounds interesting and yummy...