INJI(GINGER) THUVAIYAL

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INJI (GINGER) THUVAIYAL

Inji Thuvaiyal - This is a special side dish served along with Sodi Kuzhambu . A very traditional recipe of Thirunelveli :)

This combination is served during the 3rd day of saiva pillai marraige (maru vitu sappadu). 
During marraige undoubtedly , our stomach gets upset,as ginger is good for digestion and hence this is a must in all the thirunelveli marraiges :)


For this thuvaiyal you need

A handful of ginger(peeled and chopped into small pieces)
4 tbsp. of grated coconut
Marble sized tamarind
5 nos. of red chillies
Salt
Oil
Preparation

Heat oil in a pan. saute the ginger until it turns brown.

Fry the red chillies, coconut and tamarind seperately.


Allow it to cool and grind along with salt and  very little water.


Serve it with Sodi Kuzhambu or with thick curd rice ......

NOTE :If you add more water then it becomes chutney :) so be careful while you add water

Aruna Manikandan

I am a passionate cook and love to experiment various cuisines , in my kitchen. This blog is my humble attempt to register a copy of recipes that I learn and try . Feel free to experiment with my recipes and adjust accordingly to suit your taste and requirements.Hope you enjoy :)

40 Comments

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  1. very new one to me,never tried any chutney with ginger.Nice stepwise explanations

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  2. Such a healthy dish....I was looking for this recipe...thanks for sharing..
    Reva

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  3. i luv the sodhi kulambu,this chutney is very new to me

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  4. This sounds simple & different from mine.i'll try this version soon.thnx for sharing one more variety :)

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  5. I love anything gingery and this is absolutely great..Thanks aruna...

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  6. love the flavour of ginger,and this one looks really nice..

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  7. Great post. IT looks tempting. Thanks for sharing.
    cheers
    rani

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  8. Nice to visit your blog yummy recipes
    Thank u for your lovely comments....

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  10. Hi Aruna

    Ginger chutney looks yummy. Very tongue tickling preparation.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  11. looks delicious dear..loved your presentation :)

    US Masala

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  12. Healthy and delicious thuvaiyal..Thanks for sharing..

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  13. my fav.....very apt for curd rice

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  14. oh wow, I've never seen this - looks great!

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  15. ginger chutney looks delicious.

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  16. Inji thuvayal...yummy yummy! Craving for this now! :D

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  17. wow, what a delicious ginger chutney, looks superb.

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  18. Thanks for dropping in...Nice to find ur space....Loved the wonderful collection of recipes....
    Btw Ginger Dish sounds great....
    http://www.panchamrutham.blogspot.com/

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  19. The thuvaiyal looks very tempting and tasty.

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  20. OMG! I love this thovaiyal very much with sodhi. Nice memories. Looks so healthy n delicious.

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  21. Nice chutney also gud for health....

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  22. First time here..You have a nice space Aruna!

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  23. Nice chutney! Never tried chutney with ginger.

    Thanks for stopping by and following me Aruna! You got a nice collection of recipes. I have to browse a lot here!:)

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  24. Looks so good...u have a nice collection of chutneys. very tempting indeed.

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  25. Perfect for rasam rice...but I preferr this for crispy dosa...pictures are very tempting, to me:)

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  26. Thanks for following my space aruna. Your blog is a fantastic one as well. The chutney looks very tempting and mouth watering :)

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  27. My FIL's favorite,never tried on my own, nice recipe!

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