Sweet & Spicy Kadala Curry Recipe With Tamarind and Coconut Milk

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Sweet & Spicy Kadala Curry Recipe With Tamarind and Coconut Milk
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Kadala Curry is a very traditional dish of kerala, where kala chana, also known as the desi chana is cooked and simmered in a spiced coconut gravy. This dish, is an inspired version of the original where we have played with the tastes by making it sweet and spicy. The addition of Dabur Homemade Tamarind paste along with Dabur Homemade Coconut milk and jaggery makes the kadala curry lip smacking delicious.

Serve the Kadala curry along with steamed rice and a Cabbage And Carrot Thoran Recipe for a delicious sunday lunch.

If you like this recipe, you can also try other Veg Gravy recipes such as

  1. Moong Dal Dubka Recipe
  2. Kasuri Methi Aur Aloo Rasedar Recipe
  3. Paneer Kundan Kaliyan Recipe

Tangy Kerala Kadala Curry With Coconut Milk 8

Cuisine: Kerala Recipes
Course: Lunch
Diet: High Protein Vegetarian
Prep in

480 M

Cooks in

45 M

Total in

525 M

Makes:

4 Servings

Ingredients

How to make Sweet & Spicy Kadala Curry Recipe With Tamarind and Coconut Milk

  1. To begin making the Sweet & Spicy Kadala Curry Recipe With Tamarind & Coconut Milk, first cook the soaked kadalai in the pressure cooker along with two cups of water and salt. It takes about 20 to 25 minutes for the kadali to cook well. Once done, turn off the heat and keep aside.

  2. Dissolve the tamarind paste in 3 tablespoons water and keep aside.

  3. Heat a teaspoon of oil in a heavy bottomed pan. Add the onion, garlic, green chili and saute until the onions are tender. Add the curry leaves and all the other remaining ingredients, including the tamarind water.

  4. Bring the Kadalai Curry to a brisk boil, turn the heat to low and simmer for about 10 minutes until all the flavors get absorbed and the raw smell from the tamarind goes away.

  5. Once done , check the salt and spices and adjust accordingly. Turn off the heat and serve.

  6. Serve the Kadala curry along with steamed rice and a Cabbage And Carrot Thoran Recipe for a delicious sunday lunch.

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