Friday, September 30, 2011

Mixed Dals Dumplings In Yogurt Gravy/Paruppu Urundai Mor Kuzhambu

I can survive for many days with mor  kuzhambu, its one of my most favourite dish after sambar and rasam...This time i prepared some steamed dumplings with a combination of mixed dals and cooked them in yogurt based gravy called as mor kuzhambu in Tamil..I used toordal,channadal,chickpeas, moongdal for making this steamed dumplings and they turned out simply delicious, which i couldnt stop munching before adding them to the yogurt gravy..We had a wonderful lunch with this delicious mor kuzhambu with some chips and pickles, just loved it..


For dumplings:
1cup Chickpeas(soaked overnite)
1/2cup Channadal (soaked)
1/4cup Toor dal(soaked)
1/4cup Yellow moong dal(soaked)
3nos Garlic cloves
1/4tsp Asafoetida powder
1no Onion (chopped)
1/2tsp Grated ginger
4nos Dry red chillies
Salt
Few coriander leaves (chopped)

Grind the soaked chickpeas,soaked dals,garlic cloves, asafoetida powder,dry red chillies as a coarse paste, finally add the chopped onions,chopped coriander leaves,grated ginger and salt, mix everything well..

Make small lemon sized balls from the grounded paste and steam cook them for 10-15minutes in an idly cooker and keep aside..

For Gravy:
2cups Yogurt
1/4tsp Turmeric powder
Oil
1/2tsp Mustard seeds
1no Dry red chillies
Few curry leaves

To  grind:
1tbsp Rice
3tbsp Toordal
2nos Green chillies
1/2tsp Cumin seeds
1tsp Coriander seeds
2tbsp Grated coconut

Soak the toordal,rice,coriander seeds,cumin seeds in water for half an hour, grind it along with green chillies,coconut as fine paste and churn the yogurt with turmeric powder,grounded paste and salt..Meanwhile, let splutters the mustard seeds in enough oil,followed by dry red chillies and curry leaves, add the yogurt mixture and bring to boil..

Add the already prepared steamed balls to the boiling yogurt gravy and put off the stove..dont disturb them for few minutes..

Serve hot with rice along with any spicy side dish..

43 comments:

  1. i love rice dumplings.. its always so yumm.. too good..

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  2. One of my fav. comfort food, almost like the Gatte ki subji we make at Rajasthan.
    Lite Bite

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  3. Super super, i miss these dishes here, as I never make them here. Delicious.

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  4. Lot of healthy ingredients :) Looks yummy.

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  5. my fav...love your mouthwatery version priya..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  6. Paruppu urundai is my fav, delicious kuzhambu...

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  7. Oh I love this but it's been so long since i made this.. though i make paruppu urundai kuzhambu often. Must make this soon.

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  8. Yummy, looks so fab and so tempting.

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  9. Very interesting recipe. Sounds yummy!

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  10. I have never had the dal dumplings in a gravy. Nice recipe !

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  11. NIce recipe Priya....Thanks for sharing.

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  12. Real comfort food,delicious and flavorful..

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  13. I love this south indian version of kadhi with this coconut ground masala :)

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  14. No chance this can be a looser.Such a delightful recipe.I loved all the flavours gone into this rich curry.Yum.

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  15. Morkozhambu with paruppu urundai is my fav, my amma makes sambar also with it. Great with paruppu usli nah? yum yum..

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  16. The dumplings are healthy & filling,...and they pair perfectly with the slightly tangy yogurt gravy :)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  17. Yumm and creamy Dal Koftas in Yoghurt Gravy.I can feel the taste of the dish from the click dear. Yummm...yummm..yummy.Thanks for sharing this.

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  18. Ahh ~ perfect with some hot steamed rice n ghee :)
    USMasala

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  19. this is such a healthy and delicious curry...should try these out soon..

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  20. very yummy and tempting ....
    www.rajafood.blogspot.com

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  21. oooh im soo drooling...love the recipe

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  22. This is the one I love when compared to dal koftas in tamarind gravy. Feel so comfort with this always.

    Cheers,
    Uma

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  23. heyy nice...one priya.. I have tasted parup urandai in sambar... but never in mor koyumbu....

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  24. Perfect with white rice. Protien filled and tangy kuzhambu.

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  25. I know it tastes good. Can I use the ordinary yogurt or is it the special cooking yogurt?

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  26. oh I love this dish...looks so satisfying!

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  27. I love the moor kuzhambu with kotfas is a comfort food!

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  28. Happy Navarathri Priya, delicious looking curry!..

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  29. I love this one Priya, send some across please.

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  30. similar to punjabi kadhi....i love this with rice

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  31. adding chickpeas is new to me... simply superb...

    Dish Name Starts With K
    Learning-to-cook
    Regards,
    Akila

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  32. This is one of my fav too. Absolute comfort food :)

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  33. A great post, thanks for taking the time to share, continued success to your site in the future! GOOD Work!!

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  34. you should share your video of this recipes.
    but it is also good sharing.

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