Sunday, September 15, 2019

MUKKALA PULUSU...

MUKKALA PULUSU....

A traditional Andhra variety stew made wilh many vegetables, usually done in marriage functions and Ashrams..usually in traditional brahmin families it's done..

Materials..




  • Bottle gourd/anapa Kaya .. chopped cubes
  • Sweet potato/chilakada dumpa cubes
  • Drumstick/mulakkada..pieces
  • Bhendi/ bendakaya.. chopped long pieces
  • Green chillies..4 to 5 no.s..make slits
  • Corriander leaves.. chopped
  • Curry leaves...chopped
  • Jaggery...2 to 3 tbsp
  • Salt..to taste
  • Rice flour..2 tbsp
  • Tamarind..1 big lemon size .. squeeze thick tamarind juice with 2 glasses of water



For seasoning..


  • Oil..3 tbsp
  • Mustard seeds..1 tsp
  • Methi seeds..1/4 tsp
  • Asafoetida..a pinch
  • Red chillies..3 no.s..make slits
  • Turmeric powder..1/4 tsp
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Method...

  • Place a pan on the stove add  4 glasses of water,and add bottle gourd cubes and sweet potato cubes and boil for 5 minutes in medium flame.
  • After 5 minutes add,bhendi,and drumstick pieces along with green chilli slits..and let it boil..for another 5 min .
  • Add prepared thick tamarind juice and add to the veggies,and boil,(prepare juice by  fully squeezing with 2 glasses water)..
  • Meanwhile make tadka with oil,and Mustard and methi seeds along with asafoetida and  red chilli slits..in  a pan..keep aside.
  •  By now the vegetable cubes are cooked and become tender,so add prepared tadka..and also add jaggery,corriander and curry leaves chop..let it boil..add salt.
  • Lastly add 1 to  1 and 1/2 tbsp rice flour in half cup water,mix well,and add to the boiling stew..let it boil for 3 more minutes..
  • Lastly add handful chopped coriander leaves and switch off the stove..
     



2 comments:

  1. Kanthi this is new to me, I shall try this once bcoz the way you cooked is mouth watering ...very easy preparation and imagining it to be yummy for sure...

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  2. Thanks Lakshmi..yes try it ,very simple..use a piece of yellow pumpkin,if possible..just 4 to 5 pieces are enough..it gives yummy taste,it's called Dappalam..they do it in marriages.Thanks for your comment..

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