Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Fiery Shallot curry/Mullagitta ulli curry



Shallots-1/4 cup(cleaned and cut to 1/2)
Red chilli powder-1tsp
Turmeric-1/4 tsp
Salt to taste
Tamarind pulp-1/4 tsp
Tomato-1 big(cut lengthwise)
Curry leaves-2 sprig
Coconut oil-1 tsp


Method Of Preparation:
1. Heat a wok on low and add the chilli and turmeric powder, mix for few seconds and then add the tomato slice with salt. Mix well and cook it till tomato turns mushy.
2. Then add the tamarind pulp along with 1/2 cup water and boil it for few mins (appro. 5 mins)till raw smell and taste of tamarind goes.
3. Then add the cut shallots and cook it for 2 mins.Add the curry leaves and cook for 2 more mins.Turn off the heat and drizzle the coconut oil.
4. Serve the spicy delicious curry with rice.


Notes:
1.Shallots should not be overcooked.
2. Tamarind pulp can be replaced with one more tomato, but see that the tomato is sour.
3. Add chili powder according to spice tolerance level.
4. Coconut oil should never be avoided and same applies to cooking curry leaves for a minute or two, as these add lot of flavor.

29 comments:

  1. aahh just what i want on this cold winter day...something spiceeee

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  2. Curry looks very delicious. I think it would taste great with idly and dosa also. YUM!

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  3. i love this curry!...my mom used to make it...i should try it!

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  4. Curry looks finger licking good.

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  5. I first thought it was ulli theeyal,but this is a totally different version,loved it,Reshmi!!

    Erivum Puliyum

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  6. Adipoli curry , would love to have some with rice and papadam

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  7. very delicious one, looks yum..

    Join the Just "4" Fun event :)

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  8. adipoli....my fav. curry... as u said without coconut oil and curry leaves the curry will not turn well....that is the secret of the curry....great recipe

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  9. adipoli....my fav. curry... as u said without coconut oil and curry leaves the curry will not turn well....that is the secret of the curry....great recipe

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  10. Very tempting curry Reshmi, we too make a similar one :)

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  11. A delicious and flavorful gravy.Looks awesome

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  12. looks so delicious..very tempting clicks!!

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  13. Totally YUMMY

    Aarthi
    http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/

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  14. I love curry! This looks fablous! Thanks for sharing!

    also, the chocolate bark looks like the perfect dessert to this meal!

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  15. shallot curry looks so spicy n tempting...we do it with sesame oil...will try with coconut oil sometime :)
    Spicy Treats
    OnGoing Event:Show Me Your HITS~Healthy Delights

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  16. hi Reshmi, i think this dish is abit sour and not chili hot..
    well, i also can eat hot chili..
    looks great dear
    have nice day

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  17. mmmm... A perfect curry with rice...

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  18. loved it......yummy n delicious.....

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  19. wow..it is a tasty delight..great post..!
    Tasty Appetite

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  20. wud love to have it with puttu or rotis

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  21. i have to try this for sure...looks spicy and yum..

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  22. wow...kurachu choorum kootti kazhikkkan thonnunnu....yum yum..

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