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Inji Thuvayal Recipe | Ginger Thuvayal Recipe

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Urad dhal – 4 tsp

Ginger – 2 tsp finely chopped

Dry red chilli – 4 nos

Grated Coconut – 2 tbspn

Tamarind – small lemon

Curry leaves – hand full

Salt – to taste

Oil – 2 tsp

Asafoetida – a pinch


1. Take a tawa, add oil and roast urad dhal and dry red chilli and keep it aside.

2. In the same tawa, add chopped ginger and keep it aside.

3. Let all the fried items cool off and get them ground adding coconut, curry leaves, tamarind, salt and asafoetida.

4. Add little water and make it into a chutney consistency.

Mix this thuvayal with hot rice and serve with a vathal. It also goes well with a curd rice.

Karuveppilai Kuzhambu Recipe | Karuveppilai Milagu Kuzhambu Recipe

August 08, 2012 By: admin Category: Chutney/Thokku & podi, Sambar/Gravy No Comments →


Curry leaves – 2 hand full

Urad dhal – 3 tsp

Pepper – 1 tsp

Dry Red Chili – 2-3 based on taste

Tamarind – 1 lemon size

Turmeric powder – 1/2 tsp

Asafoetida – 1/4 tsp

Salt – to taste

Gingelly Oil – 3-4 tbspn

Mustard – 1 tsp


1. Take a tawa, add 2 tsp oil and fry urad dhal, dry chilli, pepper and curry leaves.

2. Fry until fresh aroma spreads from the urad and curry leaves (leave until the leaves dry do not over heat)

3. Ground the fried items to a fine paste adding a little water.

4. Prepare a thick tamarind extract and add asafoetida, turmeric and the ground paste and mix well.

5. Keep a thick bottomed vessel and add 3 tbspn oil and let mustard splutter.

6. Now add the tamarind and curry leaves mixture.

7. Finally add salt and let it boil until oil suspends and the gravy becomes thick.

Store the karuveppilai milagu kuzhambu in a dry container. Add it to hot rice, add some gingelly oil and a pinch of salt and eat with a vathal or papadam.

This is a best dish especially during winter and rainy season

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