Monday, August 9, 2010

shenai kizhangu stir fry Curry /Yam stir fry Curry


Ingredients:
Shenai (Yam) - 1/2 kg
Urad dal - 1 1/2 tsps
Mustard seeds - 1 tsp
Hing - 1/4 tsp
Sambar powder - 2-3 tsps
Salt as required
Oil
Method:
Remove the muddy skin of the shenai thoroughly and cut into small cubed pieces and wash nicely.
Take a kadai and season with mustard seeds, urad dal and hing pouring little oil
In the meanwhile put the cut yam pieces in a microwave bowl with water and cook for 12 minutes.
Now remove the microwave cooked shenai pieces and discard the water.
Add the cut pieces to the seasoning in the kadai and pour some more oil and stir fry and let it cook for some time.
In between stir fry occasionally and let it cook.
After it is cooked nicely remove from fire and put it in a serving dish.
Now you can have the delicious shenai (yam) stir fry curry with sambar rice or rasam rice or whatever rice you want.

17 comments:

  1. Very awesome kizhangu! Suitable with rice!

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  2. wow..my favourite recipe...thanks mam..

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  3. Everyone's favourite. Wonderful

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  4. never tried cooking with yam...looks very healthy and delicious
    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  5. I used to have these often while living there too...I can not imagine that over a year now, I have not eaten chenai kizhangu....sad, ain't I? I am sure with your Mysore rasam this was an excellent combo.

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  6. Looks yum...I hav yet to try this method..

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  7. Wonderful recipe..What an easy and yummy dish! YUM!

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  8. looks so delicious and nice clicks.... love your fries.....

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  9. Simple and healthy side dish, looks yum...

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  10. Shenai kizhangu stir fry looks delicious. It has long time i have eaten sheanai, Nice dish .

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  11. first time here...lovely recipe..following you....

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  12. Interesting stir fry...great side dish...

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  13. I love yam fry. We cut it lengthwise. Tastes great. But never tried it with sambar powder.

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  14. Love love this...my hubby's most fav...

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  15. My favourite with rasam sadham !! Looks awesome !!

    Lavanya

    www.lavsblog.com

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