Allam Pachadi | Ginger Chutney Recipe

Ginger has forever been known for its ailing properties and how it is a great aid for digestion. This Allam Pachadi recipe is not only tasty but is also very easy to prepare. Allam Pachadi makes best accompaniment to Pesarattu, although it can be served with any other kind of dosa too. Traditionally, the reason it features with Pesarattu is because it makes digesting of green moong dal easier.  Other chutney recipes you can try are: Dhaniya Pudina Chutney Recipe (Green Chutney) Lahsun ...

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Manathakkali Thayir Pachadi Recipe

Manathakkali or Black night shade has a myriad of health benefits. In general, only vathal kulambu is made of this berry, however this recipe is slight unusual but very tasty. In Manathakkali Thayir Pachadi Recipe, Manathakkali is combined with Mor milagai and mixed with thick yogurt & salt. Manathakkali is a seasonal berry which mostly is available in January season in India. Serve Manathakkali Thayir Pachadi Recipe chilled, or at room temperature, along with Maharashtrian Multigrain ...

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Vankaya Pulusu Pachadi Recipe (Brinjal Stew Chutney)

Vankaya Pulusu Pachadi is a very tasty and tangy classic Andhra dish. When we think of purple coloured food, the humble brinjal inevitably makes an appearance. My mother often used to make this brinjal stew chutney which was one of our favourites. Vankaya Pulusu Pachadi can be served with hot steamed rice for a wholesome lunch. Other recipes you can try with eggplant are: Eggplant Rolls Recipe Roasted Eggplant & Olive Lasagna Eggplant In Coconut Milk Gravy Recipe

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Carrot Pachadi With Coconut Recipe

Pachadi's are nothing but a kind of raita known in Tamil. Carrot Pachadi with Coconut Recipe is one of the easiest and a little different variety of carrot raita you can prepare when you plan your next party menu. It is yummy and easy on the tummy.  Serve the Carrot Pachadi along with Vegetable Biryani or Paneer Biryani for your weekend brunch along with Kachumber salad. If you like this recipe, you can also try other raita recipes such as Bhindi Raita Recipe Boondi Raita Recipe Tadka ...

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Fruit Pachadi Recipe

A sweet, juicy and tasty fruits and yogurt delicacy with lots of coconut and green chilies makes Fruit Pachadi Recipe. This is a South Indian style fruit raita where fruits are cooked and then mixed with yogurt and tempered with chilli and mustard. The pachadi tastes heavenly when served with lunch or dinner and of course, it suits to play the role of mock role of dessert as well. Serve Fruit Pachadi Recipe with Fried Samvat Rice recipe or with Amritsari Ajwaini Paneer Recipe with hot Phulkas. Here ...

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Kerala Style Vendakkai Pachadi Recipe (Okra in Coconut Curry)

Pachadi is an essential side dish at any Kerala Sadya (Grand feast), whether it is a wedding or a religious holiday or a birthday. Pachadi is a side dish made from different vegetables like ginger, cucumber, pineapple, lady’s finger, bitter gourd or ginger. The traditional Vendakka Pachadi uses deep fried okra/ lady's finger. But my version of Kerala Style Vendakkai Pachadi Recipe uses baked okra making it healthier with very less oil. A Pachadi usually uses only yogurt for the gravy but I ...

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Senai Pachadi Recipe (Elephant Yam Raita)

Senai or Elephant Yam is one of those vegetables which is very high in fibre. There are various ways to prepare this dish and one of my favourite is the Senai Pachadi or Elephant Yam raita. Generally, elephant yam is fried as a curry or chips. This is completely the boiled version of using the elephant yam and it is very healthy. Along with Indian meals, Senai Pachadi can also be served as a dip for Italian or any other western dishes without garnishing. Serve Senai Pachadi along with Mixed Vegetable ...

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Kerala Style Beetroot Pachadi Recipe

Beetroot pachadi recipe is very good accompaniment for rice and it is usually prepared by people in Kerala during Onam feast. The beetroot pachadi has light sweetness, sourness and spiciness. This pachadi has a pleasing pink colour and prepared by adding curd to the cooked beetroot. Serve this Kerala Style Beetroot Pachadi Recipe during a meal along with steamed rice, Vendakkai Uppadan and Jack Fruit Seeds Stir Fry Recipe. If you like this recipe, try our other similar recipes like Ripen Mango ...

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