Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Inji Curry

Inji Curry
Ingredients

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


Method

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.



10 comments:

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.

priyaskitchen said...

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