Monday, January 23, 2012

Kappa Thoran

Kappa thoran, a super delicious and flavourful simple curry prepared with cooked tapioca chunks spiced  with grated ginger,grated coconut and slit opened green chillies..We simply had this yummy thoran with hot piping rasam rice for our lunch today..Kappa/tapioca is quite a staple food for every common  man of Kerala..Many different dishes are prepared with this famous tapioca in Kerala, mashed tapioca are served often along with meen curry while some enjoy with hot onion & chilly chutney even Mallu makes a delicious briyani with kappas too..Coming to this thoran,if you like to have boiled tapioca in a different form do try out this simple and super flavourful thoran..Sending to Kerala Kitchen hosted by Kaveri..


1no Tapioca (Cut as bite size &cooked)
1no Onion (large & chopped)
3nos Green chilles (slit opened)
1tsp Ginger (grated)
3tbsp Grated coconut
1tsp Mustard seeds
1/2tsp Urad dal
1/4tsp Turmeric powder
Salt
Curry leaves
Coconut oil/Oil

Heat enough coconut oil,let splutters the mustard seeds,urad dal..add the chopped onions,slit opened green chillies,grated ginger,curry leaves and cook until the onions turns transculent, now add the already cooked tapioca chunks,turmeric powder and salt,cook everything in simmer until the tapioca chunks gets well coated with the spices,finally add the grated coconut,give a stir and put off the stove..

Enjoy with a bowl of rice.

47 comments:

  1. looks yummy. must buy some soon.

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  2. perfectly done and looks delicious !

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  3. I love Kapaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa and this looks super super yummy.

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  4. I can sense the flavours at this distance Priya..this with rasam rice..divine, I am sure:)

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  5. I love this one a lot..Totally Yummy..

    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  6. Hi Priya,

    Yummy Kappa ! Where did you get them here ?

    Love the pic!

    Mala

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  7. I only can think of tapioca as a starch! never heard about cooking with it..looks lovely and yet so simple..

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  8. I like this thoran we have like this

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  9. Doe thoran mean any subji in general .... sometimes wonder what all different veggies do people eat ...this one made me think the same :)

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  10. mouthwatering thoran............lov it all time

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  11. super delicious and healthy sidedish !!

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  12. We get tapioca here but I've not made anything with it so far... this looks really good!

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  13. Simple and delicious looking one... Never tried thoran out of tapioca. YUM!. Will try it soon.

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  14. Delicious and tempting thoran..yum yum

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  15. Rien qu'à voir la photo, on salive déjà.
    A très bientôt

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  16. my fav with a cup of hot tea..yummmmmmm

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  17. too good. i love kappa so much.. yumm yummm

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  18. Very yummy dish Priya, I like tapioca, included in my grocery list..

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  19. very yummy stir fry...looks so inviting...love to have some with rasam rice...yum..yum!!

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  20. Hey priya...Thnx for your lovely comment on my blog..Thoran looks delicious...Happy to join you dear..Keep visiting me as well...

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  21. I can have it all as it seems yumm n colourful.

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  22. I simply have this with hot rec chutney. My chilhood fav.

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  23. That is a simple and delicious with rasam rice!

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  24. Delicious and healthy thoran. Excellent preparation.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  25. MMmmm....looks so good..It's been ages since I had Kappa :(
    Thanks for linking to the event Priya.

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  26. love kappa very much....looking yummy and tempting.

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  27. The color is wonderful. I've never had this dish but I am willing to try. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  28. looks yummy... not cooked with tapioca chunks till date, though i love sabudana. is it the same as yam?

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  29. Wow ! Same procedure will follow to prepare Yellow pumpkin poriyal

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  30. @Mala Venkatesh..I got them from Indian groceries..

    @Sayali, yea its can be enjoyed sabji as well as snacks with a cup of tea..

    @Deeps,its tastes much more better than yam with mild sweet..

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  31. oooh this id def love to try...yummm

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  32. Wow.. U r lucky Priya.. I have never seen them here in the Indian Groceries :) Enjoy !

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  33. Super delicious one Priya, looks very yummy.

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  34. love kappa, wil try this next time.

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  35. I like thoran but have never tried with this. Lokks very tasty

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  36. Tapioca is so common, yet it can be used so many different ways. I would love to make this dish, so comforting and delicious. Love the presentation of it, as well.
    Bookmarking this!
    Thanks for sharing, Priya:DDD

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  37. So well made this would make any mallus mouth water.

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  38. Nice.. never tried kerala style thoran .. must try :)

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