Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Easy Sundal Kadalai Kuzhambu / Easy Channa Gravy with Tamarind and Veggies

Ingredients
Black Channa/Sundal kadalai/Kondai kadalai-1/4cup
Onion-1
Tomato-1
Tamarind juice-1/4cup
Potato-1
Brinjal-1 (or) 2
Mustard seeds-1/2teaspoon
Sugar-1/2teaspoon
Salt
Oil 
To grind
Pepper corns-7
Red chillies-4
Grated coconut-2tablespoons
Fennel seeds-1teaspoon 

Method
Wash and soak the channa over night or at least 8 hours.
Chop the onions into fine pieces. 
Cut the potato into big chunks. Trim the head of the brinjals, make a "+" cut into them.
Keep the potato chunks and brinjals submerged in water till use.
Grind the items to grind with little water to a fine paste.
Heat oil in a pressure cooker and add in the mustard seeds. Let them pop. 
Now add in the onions and fry till they change in color. 
Add the tomatoes, turmeric powder, cook till the tomato becomes soft.
Add in the veggies along with the soaked channa. 
Fry for 2-3 minutes and add in the tamarind juice and let it boil nicely. 
Now add in the masala paste, enough salt. Adjust the water according to your desired consistency of the kuzhambu.
Add in the sugar, and close the pressure cooker.
Cook for 2-3 whistles in medium heat.
Let the pressure subside by itself, open the cooker, garnish the kuzhambu with cilantro.
Quick and tangy delicious kuzhambu is ready! It goes well with plain rice, idli and dosa. The veggies and channa taste grate as we pressure cook them with the masala.
This kuzhambu can be done in just about 30 minutes! Isn't it simple?! :) 

10 comments:

  1. Looks delicious! Drooling over here! :)http://www.rita-bose-cooking.com/

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  2. It really looks easy. we cook sundal with brinjal but never added potato to it. looks good.

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  3. Sounds easy and looks yummy..

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  4. aah..never have added tamarinds to channa. nice twist.

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  5. OMG...se ve muy bien absolutamente delicioso,abrazos y abrazos.

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  6. Never tried black chana in gravy before, this tangy chana gravy with vegetables looks great.

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  7. Will the texture of its skin be ok for kuzhampu!

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  8. @Imma, Yup..it will be yummy! Try it n lemme know pls! :)

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