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Thursday, January 14, 2010

AVIYAL FOR KANU


Aviyal is delicious south indian sidedish made with mixed vegetables. It is a traditional recipe of kerala. 


INGREDIENTS:

  • Mixed vegetables - 3 cups ( beans, carrot, yam, ash gourd, pumpkin, raw banana etc.) Grated coconut - 1/2 cup
  • Green chillies - 4 
  • Cumin seeds - 1 tsp. 
  • Curry leaves(optional) - 1 sprig
  • Thick curd - 1cup
  • Coconut oil - 2 tablespoons 
  • Salt - as per taste

METHOD:

  1. Soak cumin seeds in water for 5 minutes and grind it along with scraped coconut and green chillies. Cut all the vegetables into thin long strips. 
  2. Cook the vegetables in very little water and salt. 
  3. When done add the ground paste and allow it to boil till the raw smell goes away. 
  4. Switch off the stove and add the curd and mix well. 
  5. Pour the coconut oil into it and mix well. 
This is an excellent combo for adai also.

30 comments :

  1. The avial looks delicious and nice.

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  2. My favorite.Tempering is not required?

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  3. simple and my fav ...love to have it with rice and very healthy too with all the vegetables in it

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  4. My mother makes avial too because just for thiruvadhirai we would have had kootu. But tomorrow I am making kootu, no suitable veggies for avial on hand:(

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  5. sailaja, tempering not required

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  6. Happy pongal and this aviyal looks fantastic..

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  7. Super avial and a very nice description of Kanu. Really miss all the kaaka pudi, kannu pudi here

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  8. Hi Shanthi Happy Pongal. Avial looks delicious.

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  9. I was in India at home celebrating Kanu pongal last year - my daughter had a blast singing the Kakkai song - she loved it! I have to do it here this year I guess! Aviyal looks great!

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  10. This is totally diff aviyal and easy too...will giv a try....Happy pongal

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  11. Delicious avial!!Wish u & ur family Happy Pongal.:)

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  12. Wow,Yummy aviyal,I feel like eating as such!

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  13. Hi Shanthi I have an award waiting for u in my blog. you can collect it.

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  14. avial paarkave supera iruku! happy kanu!
    Im fine... Just that college is too demanding...Im about to start my next sem next week. My friend priya gave her recipe to publish, so immediately put it up...

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  15. Happy Pongal dear!...loved reading this post, truly informative :)

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  16. happy pongal shanti...this aviyal luks tempting...nice recipe...gud info abt pongal...

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  17. delicious Aviyal. HAPPY PONGAL :)

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  20. Lovley avial. Very informative.One of my favourite dish.

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