Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Sorakaya Chettinadu Curry

Ingredients:
Sorakaya or bottle gourd-250gms
Onions-2nos
Green chillies-3or4
Coriander Pwd-1tbs
Gram masala-1/2tsp
Jeera-1tsp
Coconut grated-3tbp
Sesame/nuvvulu-1tsp
Turmeric apinch
Gingergarlic paste-1tsp
Salt to taste
Oil-2tbsp
Curry and Coriander leaves
Make a smooth paste of fresh coconut and sesame

Preparation:
1.clean and chop sorakaya into small pieces
2.Take a pan add oil,jeera,chopped onions,chillies fry them till onions changes colour
3.Then add gingergarlic paste and fry them for 2mnts,then add sorakaya,turmeric,salt and fry them and close the lid till water goes out.
4.Then add coriander pwd,gram masala,mix them well and add coconut,sesame paste add required water,allow it to cook,finelly add coriander leaves.
5.serve with roti or coconut rice.

19 comments:

LG said...

Chettinaadu curries are always a treat. Bottlegourd curry looks rich and delicious..

PG said...

this is a lovely recipe! I remember my mother making something similar and she had learned it from a neighbour who was from Tamil Nadu, using coconut and also the urd daal. I like your using sesame seeds, as i love using it in food.

Lakshmi Venkatesh said...

Good one. We all like it very much.

Priya said...

Looks prefect Pavani..goes awesome with rotis..

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

This is a different sorakaya curry.. Will try ur version soon...YUM!

Uma said...

mmm. delicious curry!

Cham said...

You made a delicious meal :)

Arundhuti said...

thank u so much for ur wishes...:-)

rekhas kitchen said...

ooh that plate was inviting pavani superb

Vaidehi said...

curry looks very appetizing !

chakali

Vanamala said...

Chettinaadu curry..looks good

srikars kitchen said...

Good entry.. looks perfect..

Yasmeen said...

spicy curry with roti:)

anudivya said...

Wow Pavani, this sounds so delicious. The chapathis are really good too...

Sagari said...

curry looks very rich pavani , nice recipe

kamala said...

Looks yummy Pavani..Going thru all of your previous posts..

Andhra Flavors said...

pavani do you know telugu? your uggani remembers my grand father:)
always he used to say abt this uggani.

Curry Leaf said...

new to me.looks perfect and spicy with rotis.Nice pic

G.Pavani said...

thank u each n every one by name by name for ur sweet n inspiring comments... i love u all of u gals