Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Inji Curry

Inji Curry

Ginger 200gm
Tamarind(Valanpuli) a lemon sized
Chilly powder 2tbsp
Jaggery 2 pieces
Salt to taste
Mustard seeds 1tsp
Curry leaves 2 sprigs
Oil for frying


Heat oil and fry the ginger till it turns golden brown, Remove it from oil and keep it aside till cool ,then grind in a mixer grinder.In a pot,put tamarind in water and extract the juice, add jaggery and chilly powder into it.Allow it to boil for 3 minutes to dissolve jaggery ,then add salt and the ginger paste.Stir well till it forms a thick solution.
Heat oil in another pan,Splutter mustard and saute curry leaves.Add the seasoining into the gravy and mix well.


Jayashree said...

Mmm....I can just imagine how yum that would taste with some dosa/idli.

Mishmash ! said...

kurachu engottekku ayachu tharo..:)

Shella said...

I am big fan of inji curry, n whenever mom made it I used to sit down with a katori in my hand with some of this inji curry in it, n just go lick-lick with my fingers. My mom used to always warn me that i shall end up with tummy probs if I had too much!!!

KayKat said...

Delicious. I love the ginger-tamarind combination :)

Srivalli said...

that looks yummy...though I am not a big fan of inji, I might be tempted with this...btw all your pictures are looking lovely!

Seena said...

morucurriede koode koottan assalaattoo..:D

Happy cook said...

I love this inji curry. My mom also make this especially for onam.

Cynthia said...

I am smacking my tongue at the thoughts of this :)

KF said...

Jayashree,I never tried this with dosa or Idli.

Mishmash,aduthayirunnagil tharamayirunnu...Welcome to Dubai.

Shella,Same pinch ! Whenever I eat more my mom also used to tell the same..

Kaykat,Thank you

Srivalli,Thank you for the comment on pictures(hihi)

Seena, y'day I had that with mampazha pulissery..Noyambe thudangi kutta..

Happy cook, We cannot imagine Onam Sadya with out injicurry.

Cynthiya,Thanks dear for visiting here.

Anonymous said...

oh...dosai and inji curry...yummmmmmmm