Showing posts with label Sundal Families. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sundal Families. Show all posts

Saturday, October 17, 2015

Kadalai Paruppu Sundal | Easy and Quick Chana Dal Sundal for Navratri

From August to November we are usually busy with consecutive festivals like Aadi Perukku,Varalakshmi Pooja, Krishna Jayanthi, Ganesh Chathurthi, Puratasi Sani/Saturday, Navratri, Saraswathi Pooja (the 9th day of Navarathi) , Ayutha Puja and finally Diwali, the much expected festival. Now Navratri (9 nights) is going on and today is the 5th day, daily one sundal neivedhyam is a must for

Monday, October 27, 2014

Kollu Sprouts | How to make Horse Gram Sprouts | முளை கட்டிய கொள்ளு | Homemade Sprouts

Hope everyone had a wonderful Diwali celebration!!! After a short break today I am with a healthy post, how to make Kollu/Horse Gram Sprouts at home. Also I have added a small proportion of whole moong dal

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Mochai Kottai Sundal | Kadu Vaal Stir Fry

I am wishing you all dear readers Happy Navrathri. Navratri/Navarathri is an important major festival which is celebrated all over India. Today is the first day of Navratri (9 nights) during these nine nights, nine forms of Lakshmi/Saraswathi/Durga/Shakti/Devi are worshiped and the tenth day is commonly referred to as Vijayadashami or "Dussehra" (also spelled Dasara). During Bommai Kolu (Tamil) either sweet or savory

Monday, October 7, 2013

Kala Chana | Karuppu Kondai Kadalai Sundal | Black Chickpeas Stir Fry

This healthy Black Chickpeas Sundal is my first entry for this Navarathri. For a change I added Idli/Milagaai podi/multi purpose powder to this usual sundal and tastes great. Now off to the recipe J

Kala Chana/Black Chickpeas/Konda Kadalai - 1 Cup
* Idli Milagaai Podi/Multi Purpose Powder - 1 Tbsp

Sunday, September 8, 2013

Vellai Pattani Sundal Recipe | Yellow Peas Stir Fry

Happy Ganesh Chaturthi to all of you...Today Sep 09th is Lord Vinayak Birthday. Pillaiyar/Ganesh is widely worshipped as the god of wisdom, prosperity and good fortune and traditionally prayed at the beginning of any new venture like starting a business, building new house/House Warming Ceremony (Ganapathi Homam), Start of travel, so and so. So today's post is a sundal recipe which is one of the favorite of Lord Vinayagar :-)
Dried Whole Yellow Peas - 1 Cup
Red/Green Chili - 2 Numbers

Monday, October 22, 2012

Thattai Payir | Karamani sundal | Red Chori Cowpea beans stir fry

Thattai payir/Red Chori is our authentic beans and when mom cooks this beans for making gravy, she reserve half of the cooked one and prepare sundal for us. I reminded that during this golu time and presenting this sundal in very simple n tasty way...

Saturday, October 20, 2012

Puffed Rice n Peanut Sundal | Beach Style

Raw mangoes on season, it reminded the beach sundal so grabbed it from store. I was in Chennai for few yrs. In beaches we get two options from street sundal seller either puffed Rice/masala sundal or the plain peanut sundal, so today's recipe fall on both these categories...Whenever I visit, I prefer to have plain peanut sundal. Frequently make without mango but if possibly substitute all ingredients then it fulfills the originality. The very first munch with paper cone well reminds the relaxed time spent at beach. If making this for Navratri festive, skip onion/chat masala as you wish...This is the perfect sundal for evening snack during this weekend I guess...

Friday, October 19, 2012

Sweet Corn Sundal

Sweet corn is what we usually get here, very easy to cook and now this corn on season.  Whenever I get fresh corns I prepare as mentioned in the first method which tastes similar to what we get in a street shop in front of "Palamudhir Nilayam" (I could not remember whether it belongs to the same shop or not but taste n flavor still remains in my mouth :))

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Kollu | Horsegram | Lentil Sundal - 2 Versions

Horse gram/Lentil is a heavy and healthy filling appetite...Apart from sundal I make Chutney/masiyal and Rasam/soup frequently. Today going to share my experience with varieties of this gram n method of cooking in the form of sundal...

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Soya Beans and Peanut Sundal | Soy bean Curry | Stir fry

I usually prepare White or Kala Chana for every chaturthi festival. Even Lord Vinayaka/Ganesh may expect different varieties right? This year for his birthday I planned to invite him with the traditional Neivedhyam/ Kozhukattai and Soya Bean sundal. I posted here in advance for you guys to do so. Advance Ganesh Chaturthi to ALL...
Dried Soya Beans - 1 & 1/2 Cups
Dried/Raw Peanut - 1/2 Cup