May 29, 2008

Allam Pachadi

My husband is a great lover of Andhra foods .
When we visited our friend's home who is
a Andhraite he tasted this and loved so much.
My friend is kind enough to share the recipe from her
mom and allows me to use in the blog too.
Ingredients
Ginger - 250 gm
Tamarind - 1/2 kg
Jaggery - 300 gms
Chilli powder - 1 cup
Salt - 1 cup
Whole jeera - 25 gms
Methi seeds - 25 gms
Garlic - 100 gms
Oil - 1/2 - 3/4 kg
Method
  • Peel the ginger skin and wash and allow it to dry in a cloth.
  • Heat tamarind with little bit of water in a medium flame for 5 min.
  • Powder jeera and methi.
  • Grind ginger,soaked tamarind,chilli powder ,salt and garlic.
  • Add jeera and methi powder.
  • In the end add jaggery.
  • Keep the mixture aside.
  • Heat oil in a kadai.
  • Add mustard and channa dal.
  • Once it splutters switch off the flame.
  • Allow it to cool completely.
  • Add oil to the ginger mixture.

Keep the chutney in a clean air tight jar.

I am very happy to receive another Rocking girl Blogger award from

dear Ranji and Yummy Blog Award from Andhra flavors.

9 comments:

Asha said...

Gorgeous color!! Love the fishy bowl!:))

Cham said...

Sounds good with ginger and tamarind kamala.. Should taste good this spicy chutney

Madhavi said...

Lovely color, yummyy pachadi !!!

Check my blog, something waiting for u :))

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We have organized blogger meets in Bangalore,Pune, Hyderabad and Mumbai and the next one is scheduled to happen in Chennai on the 8th of June 2008.

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Shri said...

Looks so lovely....great recipe.Congrats for your awards.

Srivalli said...

lovely colour and of course lovely bowl!...:)..

Uma said...

Allam pachadi looks delicious, Kamala! I love the bowl too.

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

Slurp.... This is so good. Loved the color. So mouthwatering recipe. Love to have them with curd rice...

Vani said...

Oh, that allam pachadi must be delicious to taste! Lovely color too :)