Busy days of Navarathri are flying by. It’s already the seventh day. Another two days and there goes this year’s Dassara. Hope all of you are enjoying the festive season.
Coming to today’s post, it is nothing related to Navarathri. Actually I had wanted to post this before Onam. But due to some constraints couldn’t get around doing it then.
Puliserry is a popular Kerala dish, which is almost an integral part of Sadhyas in some parts of Kerala. It is a spiced coconut and yoghurt gravy which is generally had with rice. Puliserry is generally made with a fruit – the most popular one being Mambazha Puliserry made out of ripe mangoes. Nendram Pazhams (ripe plantains) and Pineapples are also widely used in making Puliserry. It has a lovely blend of fruity, slightly spicy and tangy flavors.
What you’ll need
1. Ripe Nendram Pazham – 2
2. Sour Thick Curds – 1 ½ cups
3. Black Pepper Powder – ½ tsp
4. Turmeric Powder – a pinch
5. Salt to taste
6. Curry Leaves
1. Scraped Coconut – 1 cup tightly packed
2. Green Chillies – 4 (Adjust according to taste)
2. Green Chillies – 4 (Adjust according to taste)
1. Oil – 1 tsp
2. Mustard Seeds – ½ tsp
3. Dried Red Chillies – 1 broken
4. Fenugreek Seeds – ¼ tsp
Peel Nendram pazham, and cut into big pieces. Boil the pazham pieces in just enough water with turmeric powder, pepper powder and salt.
In the meanwhile, grind the coconut with green chillies into a fine paste. You can use a little of the curd to grind.
Once the pazham pieces are cooked, it should be done in 10 minutes. Add the ground coconut and chillies paste. Mix well. Add about 1/2 cup of water and bring to boil.
Whisk the sour curds and add it to the above mixture. Adjust salt. Give it a nice stir. Simmer until it starts foaming up. Let it not boil. Remove from heat.
In a small frying pan, heat the oil, add mustard seeds, once it crackles add the fenugreek seeds and red chilly. Pour this over the puliserry.
Yummy Pazham puliserry is ready. Serve with white rice accompanied with a simple vegetable stir fry and some pappadoms.
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This is truly lip smacking.
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yummylicious recipe...cant wait to try this..:)
looks delightful ...yum
Wow wat a delicious and fingerlicking pulissery..fantastic..
I have always relished maambazha pulissery and nenthram kaay kaalan - well now I got to try your variant :)I have always relished maambazha pulissery and nenthram kaay kaalan - well now I got to try your variant :)
this is one if my fave, but not made for a long time now..thanks for linking to my event. hope to see more entries from you..
Sounds so authentic, never had it n I so want to taste some right now :)
Looks so delicious and wonderful.
Nice dish with delicious flavours !!
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This looks delicious...yumm...
Sure to try this .Looks yummy!
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loved this authentic dish- nice burst of flavours !
New to me. Sounds good.
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Very authentic and delightful recipe.
No trouble Kaveri but I am glad you asked so I got to see this yummy puilesery :)
wow never ate this...i recently tried with pineapple and it was gud
pulissery looks so delicious, its been so long I made this..
Pulissery and rice and I don't want anything more.Yummy recipe.
my all time fav dish...looks perfect.
very tasty indeed, we make it a little differently. Just superb with steamed rice..an any time comfort food(reminds me of home).
long since got to taste this...Looks perfectly tempting...Happy Festive time to u
new dish to me. nicely done too
I've never heard of this dish.. but it sure looks yumm!! :-)
Thanks for visiting my blog and following me..First time here,pulisserry is my fav,but I always try with pineapple and mango,never tried with pazham,will try pazham version too..
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Interesting..Pulissery from nendran is totally new to..Looks lip smacking good...
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Awesome recipe looks delicious Kaveri.
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Pulissery looks absolutely fantastic, yummy and tempting.
flavorful puliseri! sounds really yummy..wish to have it with rice!
Yumm Nendra Pazha Mor Gravy dear.this is new to me .Supergood Clicks as well.
This authentic recipe is very new to me n looks super yummy n inviting...lovely recipe dear...I am back :))
thanks Kaveri! I think i need to try this one!
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Tried it, Excellent! Very Authentic Recipe. Brought back memories of my moms cooking taste.
We generally use dry red chillies (and not green chillies) to grind with the coconut, for the Nendram Pazha Pulissery and Mampazha Pulissery. Green chillies are used for regular Mor Koottaan / Kaalan.
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