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Tuesday, October 13, 2009

SNAKEGOURD | PUDALANGAI PORIYAL

Snakegourd / Pudalangai Poriyal



For this poriyal you need


1 - 2 Snakegourd / Pudalangai 
2 onions
4 tsp. of Moong Dal ( Soak in water for 30 mins.)
2 - 3 tsp. of Grated coconut
2 red chillies
A spring of curry leaves
1 tsp. of mustard and Urad dhal
Salt to taste
1 tsp. of oil


Preparation.


Wash and chop the Snakegourd lenghtwise removing the seeds inside.


Mix salt with the chopped snakegourd and keep it aside for 30 mins (You might see the water getting drained from it).


Heat oil in a pan. Add mustard and urad dhal. When they stop spluttering add the curry leaves and red chillies to it.


Add the chopped onions and saute them well.


Now add the chopped snakegourd and the soaked moong dhal . Close the pan and allow it to cook in low flame.


We have already mixed salt to it. So need to add now. When the snakegourd gets well cooked add the coconut and mix it well.


Tasty Snake gourd poriyal is ready to taste.............



Serve it with rice.

9 comments:

Anncoo said...

Never heard of snakegourd before. Wonder this is available in Singapore. Sounds interesting.

Anupama said...

It's been a long time since I had this poriyal. I seldom get fresh snake gourd in the US :-(.

Nithya said...

I love this one.. :)

Sailaja Damodaran said...

nice one...i don't get fresh gourd.so i hardly make it.

jeyashrisuresh said...

i too make in same way but never add onion.sometimes i boil channa dal till one whistle and add it to the curry.Will try adding onions next time.

RAKS KITCHEN said...

I make ditto the same :) Love this,my all time favorite:)

Rohini said...

Nice recipe.. I never made Snake gourd with Onion, it is new to me!!
Thanks for dropping by!
You have a lovely space out there! Following you :)

pria said...

Hi aruna, poriyal looks yummy!!
thanks for dropping in House of Spice :)
u have a lovely blog in here, and following u.

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