Category: Curries or Gravies

Gobi Manchurian

Gobi Manchurian- a popular Indo Chineese dish can be served as a snack or an appetizer when prepared dry.But in my home,amma always prepares it with gravy to serve along with fried rice/noodles.And i haven’t even tasted this dry type manchurian in any of the Kerala restaurants(of course,I haven’t asked for it as I was not aware of it..)
My DH only introduced me to this dry type manchurian,he’s an ardent fan of this dish and whenever he order this in a resta...

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Mirchi Ka Salan

mirchi ka salan

Mirchi ka salan is a hyderabadi delicacy and is an impeccable counterpart for Biryani and can also be had with rotis and white rice too. Most of the restaurants in Hyderabad would serve this along with Hyderabad Briyani.

I prefer to make hyderabad briyani for diet or health conscious guest for the fact that my hyderabad briyani is less spicy and also i sparingly add oil in it without any compromise on the flavor or taste and this side dish made of green chillies ...

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Pulissery (Morkuzhambu)

morkuzhambu

Pulissery is a signature Kerala curry made with curd. It is served as the last curry of the Onam Sadhya before serving the pradhaman (desert). Some of its close relatives from other states include Moru Curry from Tamil nadu and Kadhi from Punjab, Rajasthan and Gujarat.

Pulissery is made with different vegetables. The vegetable is first cooked with salt and turmeric powder. A ground paste of coconut, cumin seeds, garlic and green chilly is added...

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