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Puli Kuzhambhu Podi/Tamarind Curry Powder : Indian Food & Cooking Recipes
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  Contributed By: Sadhana Padmanabhan
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Ingredients

Cooking Instructions



Prep Time :             5 mins
 Grind Time :          3 Mins
  Recipe CategorySpice Powders
 Recipe Cuisine:     South Indian
 Author:                    

Homemade powder gives the kuzhambhu and Gravy,  real fresh taste, since these powders are fresh and not packed ages ago. Here is a simple recipe from my Madappalli.  This powder can be used for Pulli Kuzhambhu & KaraKuzhambhu  preparations. It will savemore time a lot.

 Ingredients

Dhania  / Coriander seeds   1/2 cup
Dry Redchilies                   10 no.
Kashmiri chilies                  10 no.   
Chennadhal                      2 tablespoon
Blackpepper                     1 teaspoon
Cumin seeds                     1 teaspoon
Curry leaves                      Few
Rice                                 1 tablespoon
Dry coconut                      1 tablespoon

Method:
  •  Dry roast the all the ingredients separately tillthey turn into golden brown color. Keep aside. Allow it cool (Stove heat shouldbe very low.).
  • Transfer it to a mixer jar and grind them together to fine powder. Now Puli Kuzhambhu powder is ready. 
  • Store it in the an airtight glass container. 

NOTE:

    • Ensure no spices are burnt; in that case the taste will be bitter.




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