Andhra style: Kothamalli Thuvaiyal
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    Default Andhra style: Kothamalli Thuvaiyal

    All u need:

    Around 300 to 400 Gms of Corriander(approximately 3 bundles)[ Do not dream of getting a large cup, at the end of the process u ll get only a small cup}

    Salt 2 tea spoon

    Tamarind 1 tablespoon
    Red hot chilly : 5 (if small 8)
    Oil:

    Wash the corriander, cut the roots.

    Leave it for 10 minutes so that the water get drained.

    Add some oil in Tawa and add the corriander, and keep frying the corriander with low flame...

    once the water content in the corriander decreases.

    Switch off the Gas and leave it for 5 minutes do not burn the corriander.

    Turn it occasionally while cooking

    Fry the red chilly along with the mustard.

    Take only the red chilly.

    Now transfer, fried red chilly, corriander, tamarind, salt to a mixer and grind it to form a soft paste.

    Taste now. Add tamarind and salt to suit u r taste (remember the spice will drop once u start cooking)

    Transfer the paste to a tawa and with low flame , mix it occasionally

    after 10 -15 minutes, if the paste is thick u can add mustard to it and it is ready to eat

    Shelf life: If stored in a dry & clean container and stored in refrigerator : maximum 12 days.

    Goes well with plain rice, an alternative to pickle as well









    Goes well with plain rice, an alternative to pickle as well

    You can add a bundle of mint leaves to make '' kothamali (3 bundles)-puthina(1) thuvaiyal''

    Please add more chilly, tamarind and salt.

    Advantages:
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    Caps,

    Adhu ennaa andhra style? thamizh naatula vera vithaamaa pannuvaangala?

    Naan eppavum ippadi thaan pannuven. Puthina & Cilantro rendumey.. (I like both chutneys.. ).. Goes even better with thayir sadham.. :P :P

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    Good one Katteri.. but actual thogayal.. kadalai aruppu, corriander seds ellam potu seivoom, romba nala irukkum, time kedaikarchae will post that

    Shy
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    Shelf life: If stored in a dry & clean container and stored in refrigerator : maximum 12 days.
    Thats good Thanks Kattz.

    but actual thogayal.. kadalai aruppu, corriander seds
    Nenachchen ennamo miss aagudhennu. I used pottu kadalai Thanks for reminding

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    adada.. ellam enna ennavooooooooo sollureengalae..
    தீயினால் சுட்ட புண் உள்ளாறும் ஆறாதே நாவினால் சுட்ட வடு - திருவள்ளுவ ர்

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    Waav....super katz. Let me try this. Seems simple.
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    valls inga oru parcelllllllllllllllllllllllll l
    தீயினால் சுட்ட புண் உள்ளாறும் ஆறாதே நாவினால் சுட்ட வடு - திருவள்ளுவ ர்

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shy
    Good one Katteri.. but actual thogayal.. kadalai aruppu, corriander seds ellam potu seivoom, romba nala irukkum, time kedaikarchae will post that

    Shy
    Kadalai paruppu use panna Shelf life kammi aayudum: 2 days than appuram smell varum.......


    Ithai try pannnungha...


    Thayir satham+ithu combination......super a irukkum........
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    kothamali na ennaa :?

    iddhu mint chutney tahneneeiii kushaka ku bhabhi panuvaa

    rombho pullippuu

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