This karam has a lot of health benefits, they feed this karam with rice and ghee to new moms. It also helps reduce with stomach issues.
Preparation Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Makes : 1 Cup
Oil: 2 teaspoons
Dry red chilies: 8
Coriander seeds/Dhanialu: 1/4 cup
Chana dal/Senagapappu: 1 tablespoon
Urad dal/Minappappu: 1 tablespoon
Fenugreek Seeds/Methi : 1 teaspoon
Curry leaves: 3 sprigs
Tamarind/Chintapandu: Size of a small lemon
Garlic: 10 cloves
Turmeric: 1/2 teaspoon
Salt to taste
Heat oil in a pan and fry the seeds till golden, add red chilies and fry for 1 minute. Take them into a plate.
Fry curry leaves until they are wilted and turn off the stove.
Take all the seeds and red chilies and grind to a coarse. Add tamarind and grind to mix well, add curry leaves, salt and garlic and grind again.
The karam will be a little coarse. Store in an airtight container for 2 months.
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Salivating reading the recipe and looking at the pictures. Spicy and yummyReplyDelete
Spicy and flavorful podi.ReplyDelete
Wow , would love to try such a pofi , i have to get these podis in one folder so i can try all of them .ReplyDelete
I have tasted this at Padma's place and just loves it. So spicy and hot...ReplyDelete
I have heard a lot about this but never made it myself. Looks like a spicy & yummy condiment.ReplyDelete
Luv this NallaKaram with Rice or Idli's !! My Grandma used to make this NallaKaram !!ReplyDelete
Wow that's something I will want to try myself..good one..ReplyDelete
Such a flavorful podi,made it for BM couple of months back..we enjoyed it to the core.ReplyDelete
Spicy and yum.. Love that mortar and pestle.ReplyDelete
My mouth is just watering here, sooo tempting and flavourful nalla karam.ReplyDelete
This looks very flavorful and tempting spice mix.ReplyDelete
Very flavorful. My Mil makes this often.ReplyDelete
A very unique podi recipe, I loved the way you pound it the traditional way. Lovely pick!!ReplyDelete
I love that you have pounded it in the mortar. That should have enhanced the flavor of the podi even more.ReplyDelete
what a flavorful podi - love all the ingredients that went into itReplyDelete