Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Chinna vengaya Vatha Kuzhambu/ Small onion vatha kuzhambu









Ingredients;


Small baby onions: 1/4 kg


Tamarind - 1 lemon size


Sambar powder - 3-4 tsps


Haldi powder - 1/4 tsp


Hing - a pinch


Salt as required


Curry leaves - few


Chana dal - 1 tsp


Methi seeds - 1/2 tsp


Dry red chillies - 4-5


Mustard seeds - 1 tsp


Sesame oil




For seasoning:


Sesame oil, chana dal, methi seeds, dry red chillies, mustard seeds, hing, curry leaves.




Method:


Peel the skin of the small baby onions and wash nicely.


Make a thick extract of tamarind water.


Take a kadai and pour sesame oil in it and season with the seasoning items given above.


Put the small peeled onions and stir nicely with the seasonings.


Now pour the thick tamarind water over the seasoning.


Add salt, haldi powder,sambar powder and mix nicely.


Let the liquid boil nicely till the small onions get cooked and gives a good aroma.


To make the liquid thick, take a small cup with 1 tsp rice flour and add little water and make a paste.


Now pour the paste into the liquid kuzhambu and stir and mix nicely till it becomes nice and thick.


Now remove from fire and pour in a vessel.


The thick chinna vengaya vatha kuzhambu is hot tangy and ready to be had with some nice curry, curd pachadi and fried applams or vadams















20 comments:

  1. Looks delicious ..am yet try this one.

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  2. Yummy recipe...I make sambar witth this but this recipe is something I dint try...

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  3. Woww.. delicious recipe.. Love them always :) I have made this too :) Yours looks yumm

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  4. Chinna vengaya vatha kuzhambu Super Indu.

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  5. Urs look so perfect and delish... Just give me some rice and pass me tat bowl...

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  6. Mouthwatering here looks very yummy.

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  7. nice n yummy gravy...must taste good wid rice

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  8. Love to have this with sutta appalam, nice click.

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  9. Love this vathakuzambhu!!! can feel the aroma, as i read!!!!

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  10. Mmmmm...Vatha kuzhambu is my favorite....looks so yumm...

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  11. It is Yummy...Just by seeing your blog name , I was expecting north indian dishes and oh..i see vatha kulambu.. my favorite.

    Cheers,
    Uma
    http://umaskitchenexperiments.blogspot.com

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  12. hello friend
    thanx for your visit n comments at my space...first time here,enjoyed your space n coming to this vatha kuzhambu drool worthy recipe...so inviting...n also like your keerai adai n tomato masiyal very much..so yummy
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  13. love that ... very yummy and nice kalambu .... my mom used to make this ....
    www.rajafood.blogspot.com

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  14. I love this spicy vatha Kuzhambu a lot.having born and brought up in the South, I relish all the South Indian dishes.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  15. this is my fav...with small onions....

    nice space...

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  16. woww.. thats a yummy recipe.. but its tough to clean the small onions :( i love this kuzhambu .. :)

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  17. This is one of my fav kuzumbu too...looks very tempting and delicious dear :)

    Gita Jaishankar http://gitaskitchen.blogspot.com/

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  18. Looks excellent and mouthwatering!

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