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Moore Kolambhu

Hi,
  I am Rupa from Austin, TX. I visit this site regularly, especially the kitchen section. I have already contributed, "Brinjal gotsu" and "Spinach Pachadi". I do "More Kuzhambu", and it comes out really well. It is simple but delicious type of south indian sambar. Try it out.


Ingredients:
2 cups of Curd
1 spoon of Rice flour
1 spoon of Dhania
1/2 spoon of Urid Dal
1/2 spoon Methi seeds
2 Dry chilles
2 green chillies
3 spoons of scraped coconut
1/4 mustard
little bit of Hing
1/4 spoon of Turmeric powder
required amount of salt
2 or 3 curry leaves


Method

1. Take 2 cups of curd. It should not be very thick nor watery.
add little bit of water and mix it well(should have the sambar consistency). In that curd add, turmeric powder, required amount of salt, rice flour, curry leaves and leave it seperately.

2.Fry dhania, urid dal, methi seeds, dry chilly, hing in little bit of oil and grind it along with coconut and green chilly and little water to form a paste.

3. Mix this with the curd and boil it for 5 minutes till foam starts to form and garninsh it with mustard.

4. For extra taste, vegetables such as ladies finger(okra), pumpkin (cut into medium sizes) can be boiled seperately and added to the curd before heating it.

5. Mix this with rice and it will very tasty to eat .



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