Sunday, July 11, 2010

Back to blogging after a very loooong time!


Hi Friends,

How are you all doing? I'm so excited to resume my blogging after a very long gap.

In this post I would like to write about a simple recipe - "Kosumalli". Its a side dish that goes well with idly, dosai and idiyappam.

Ingredients:
Egg plant - 3
Potato - 1
Onion - 1/2 chopped
Tomato - 1 chopped
Tamarind paste - little
Green chilli - 2
Coriander leaves
Mustard seeds
Oil
Salt

Procedure:
  • Cut the egg plant into 2 halves and potatoes into small cubes and pressure cook the eggplant and potatoes with water(until it just soaks everything) to 2 whistles
  • After letting off the steam, mash the ingredients in the cooker
  • In a separate pan, heat oil, splutter mustard seeds, add onion and tomatoes and saute well
  • Add this sauted mixture to the ingredients in the cooker and add water to the required consistency and add tamarind paste and salt to this and let it boil
  • When it boils, add minced coriander leaves



11 comments:

  1. Hi Devi, good to see you after a long time..hope you are doing good..thanks for sharing this lovely and yummy recipe..loved it.

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  2. Welcome back Devi. Kosumalli is my favorite. It looks really good. My neighbor has made this for me and I love the simplicity of this dish.

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  3. Welcome back Devi, kosumalli looks delicious..

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  4. Quick and simple one, looks delicious.

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  5. very intresting.. totally new to me..
    luks delicious
    first time here .. u have a lovely space and good collection of recipes.. happy to follow u ...if u find time do visit my blog

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  6. very interesting.. never tried... luks delicious...will try dis
    happy to find ur blog...u have a good collection of recipes.. if u find time do visit my space ...happy to follow ur blog

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  7. Welcome back with a delicious recipe

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  8. Never heard of this one ,sounds perfect with some warm idlis or rice

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  9. "Kosumalli".....Looks different. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. Nice recipe. I am droolling through your recipe collection and enjoyed your tip on Baking soda and Vinegar. Glad to follow you.

    Hamsamalini Chandrasekaran,
    http://indianyummykitchen.blogspot.com

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