Try something new this Eid! Nariyal Chakki/Ladoo You can make this on any occasion! Or just for sweet snack!
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Drumstick leaves Adai is popularly known as Murungai Keerai Adai in southern India. It is an exceptional crepe made from the combination of at least two lentils and rice; drumstick leaves added in the batter and cooked to perfection makes this dish remarkably nutritious. Traditionally this is a tiffin dish usually had for breakfast. This variation of adai taste good when you use a little extra oil and cook it on low flame. The fresh ground coconut gives a nice crunch when you bite into the adai. Drumstick leaves are rich in iron compared to other greens. This adai goes well with sambar.
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Fish fillets (king fish) - 250 gms
Chopped Onions â€“ 1 Big Onion
Chopped Tomato â€“ 1 Big Tomato
Turmeric Powder â€“ 2 Tea Spoon
Chilly Powder â€“ 1 tea Spoon
Pepper Powder â€“ 2 Tea Spoon
Green Chilly â€“ 6 nos
Curry leaves â€“ 12 Leaves
Ginger Paste â€“ 1 Tea Spoon
Garlic Paste â€“ 1 Tea Spoon
Lemon Juice â€“ 1/2 Lemon
Fennel Seeds â€“ Â˝ Tea Spoon
Cinnamon â€“ 3 Cloves
Corn Flower - 1 Tea Spoon
Thin Coconut Milk â€“ 1 Cup
Thick Coconut Milk â€“ 1 Cup
Coconut Oil â€“ For Frying and Cooking
Salt to Taste
How to Prepare thin coconut milk?
Grind 1/2 coconut grated with 1 cup of water and Squeeze it for milk.
How to Prepare thick coconut milk?
Grind 1 full coconut grated with 1 cup of water and Squeeze it for milk.
Method of Preparation
1. Apply pepper powder, lemon juice and salt over the fish and marinate for Â˝ an hour.
2. After half an hour briefly fry the fish and keep aside in a plate.
Preparing gravy (stew)
1. Then place a pan and make it hot, pour 5 table spoon coconut oil sautĂ© following ingredients one by one.
a. Fennel Seeds
f. Green Chilly
g. Curry leaves
h. Turmeric Powder
i. Black Pepper powder
j. Red Chilly powder
2. SautĂ© all the above ingredients well and then add thin coconut milk.
3. Mix well, boil for 2 minute and add the fish to the gravy.
4. Let the fish cook in the gravy for 2 more minutes.
5. Then add the thick coconut milk.
Please Note: After adding the thick coconut milk the gravy should not be boiled again.
6. Add corn flour mixed with water to make the gravy more thick.
7. Garnish with Pepper powder, Cinnamon and curry leaves.
8. Serve hot with white rice / Chapatti / Paratta / Breads.
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Chutney (Hindi: ŕ¤šŕ¤źŕ¤¨ŕĄ€; Urdu: Ú†ŮąŮ†ŰŚ ) (British spelling) or chatni (Hindi, Urdu, Bengali or Tamil - ŕ®šŕ®źŕŻŤŕ®©ŕ®ż) is a term for a variety of sweet and spicy condiments, usually involving a fresh, chopped primary vegetable or fruit with added seasonings. Chutney, as a genre, is often similar to the Indian pickle and the salsa of Latin American cuisine, or European relish.
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