Saturday, October 11, 2008

Colacasia smash - Sepankizhangu masiyal


Ingredients:

Colacasia - Sepankizhangu - 1/4 kg
Ginger - Inji - small quantity
Green chillies - Pachai milagai - 2 nos.
Mustard seeds - Kadugu - 1 tea spoon
Black gram dal - Ulutham paruppu - 1 table spoon
Bengal gram dal - Kadalai paruppu - 1 table spoon
Asafoetida - Perungayam - a pinch
Oil for frying
Salt to taste

Method:

Wash and boil colacasia in pressure cooker, remove the skin and smash it. Heat oil in a pan/kadai, add asafoetida, splutter mustard seeds, add black gram dal, bengal gram dal, add ginger-green chilly paste, then vegetable and little salt. Mix well. Cook for some 5 minutes.

Colacasia smash is delicious and ready to be served. It can be served for 3 persons. It requires hardly 15 minutes to prepare.

Note: Always use fresh vegetables. If it has some green colour or if it is too hard don't buy.

Optional: Ingredients can be added/removed.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colacasia

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10 comments:

Foodie to the core said...

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Preiyha Rajesh said...

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Preiyha Rajesh

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....... said...

i am trying this dish today. I am excited and will let me tell once it is done!

Kamala

Pavithra said...

thats looking good and delish .. First time here u have good recipes

Sridhar said...

Good Tamil recipes. All the best. Keep it up. Expect new varieties & traditional village dishes too.

Anonymous said...

Hi,

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Ms.Chitchat said...

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