Monday, September 26, 2011

Idly kurma

After a short break once again i engaged myself in blogging and very curious to meet my blog friends.Last month i was too busy bcos my loving kid put her first step into the school,that y i was happy,tensed,sad and busy.It is the great experience for each and every mother,i too enjoyed that.Now,i felt little bit relaxed that my child settled herself quite well in her school.Lets back to our recipe,idly kurma is the delicious combo for idly.My amma made this kurma on deepavali,throughout the day we cherishes with this special kurma.Comparing to other days this kurma will have a special taste especially on deepavali.Hope u too love this.
                         Coconut grated     --- 1/2 cup
                         Shallots                  -- 8 nos
                         Green chilly             -- 5 nos [according to ur spicy ]
                         Fennel seeds          -- 1 tsp
                         Channa dhal           -- 1/4 cup
                         Garlic cloves          -- 7 nos
                         Cinnamon               --  1 inch
                          cloves                   -- 4 nos
                         Tomato medium size -- 4 nos
                         Onion big                    -- 1
                          Curry leaves              -- a few
                          Oil                            -- as needed
                          Salt                           -- as needed
                          Water                      -- 2 to 3 cups.
               In a pan pour 2 tsp oil,heat it,then add 2cloves and 1/2 inch cinnomon
               After splutter,add shallots,garlic,fennel seeds,chilly,channa dhal  saute
               Then add coconut, saute well.Let it cool.
               Put into the mixie jar and make it as a nice paste.
               Cut the tomato and the onion into small pieces.
               Keep a pan, pour oil,add cinnomon and cloves and curry leaves.
               Then add onion saute it,add tomato saute well.
               Add the water,allow it to boil then add the ground paste.
               Allow to boil well,when the nice flavour comes out of it
               u can turn off ur stove,in accoring to ur consistency.
               Serve it with hot idlis.
         U may raise or reduce the quantity of ingredients according to ur taste.      


  1. looks absolutely inviting,droolworthy and super tempting..

  2. Layaa, what a great collection of recipes! This one is truly unique!!

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  4. Hi This Kuruma will be a perect match for Idli Layaa.Luv ur recipes.Nice to know a fellow blogger from TN.Following U.

  5. awesome combo....:)
    plz collect your awards dear..
    Tasty Appetite