Monday, January 30, 2012

Kaya Mezhukkupuratti

An easy and quick stir fry prepared with simple spices and chopped veggies is usually called as mezhukkupuratti by Keralites, this kaya mezhukkupuratti a wonderful side dish for rice is prepared with raw banana aka plaintain pieces spiced up with chilly powder and salt along with a simple tempering...Usually these stir fries goes for quick preparation and coconut is not used in this recipe..A delicious side dish to enjoy with rice served along with any kind of gravies...Sending to Kerala Kitchen hosted by Kaveri..


2cups Raw banana/plantains (sliced lengthwise)
1no Onion (large & chopped)
1tsp Mustard seeds+urad dal
1/4tsp Turmeric powder
1tsp Red chilly powder
Few curry leaves
Salt
Oil

Cook the plaintain pieces with turmeric powder and water,until they turns soft, put off the stove,strain the water and keep aside..

Heat enough oil, let splutters the mustard seeds,urad dal and curry leaves, add the chopped onions,fry until they turns transculent, add now the cooked plaintain pieces,red chilly powder,salt and cook everything together in simmer with lid closed until the veggies get well coated with the spices..Put off the stove..

Serve with rice..

46 comments:

  1. Very delicious kaya mezhukuperatti!!!

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  2. simple and delicious mezhukupuratti :)

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  3. Simple and delicious fry..love it

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  4. I love plantain and this looks so tasty.

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  5. Vey delectable & appetising dish.......love it.

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  6. simple and tasty mezhukupuratti :)

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  7. Simple and delicious, will go well with some sambar rice..

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  8. simply superb...i'm drooling over here.

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  9. I love simple dishes like this for my lunch !

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  10. wow..very simple but looks delicious!

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  11. New to me...but you made me crave for this now sis :)))

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  12. I make this curry without onions..looks yummy

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  13. Fast to cook and delicious to eat subzi. Looks so tempting.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  14. cook kaya with onion new to me..will try this

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  15. Kaya mezhukkupuratti with sambar rice is yummy,loved the click.

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  16. After a long time i'm seeing your blog.. this is lovely looking dish. and all the other dishes which i missed i will make time to see all of them soon:)

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  17. yummy one...looks tempting and delicious.

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  18. That's most down to earth stir fry..Yummy to have with rice and pickle.

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  19. My all time favorite....Looks yum
    Thanks for linking it dear.

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  20. This recipe is delicious all the way.

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  21. This is my moms masterpiece and one of my fav dish:-) Urs looks just perfect:-)

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  22. Delicious filling for the pancake...yummy..

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  23. This is my favorite..YUMMY

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

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  24. such an simpel dish dish made so yummy..

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  25. Beautiful flavors! This looks delicious even alone as a meal :)

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  26. looks awesome, i like how each raw banana piece has retained its texture & shape... most times i try this it becomes mushy

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  27. Thank you for posting this recipe. I have one with me given to me by a friend but I've made it so many times that I wanted another recipe of this too, just for a different taste. Thanks a ton for posting this. Looks yummy, Priya.

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  28. Lovely flavors ..and good accompaniment for any comforting meal.

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  29. Such a healthy, colorful, and delicious plantain dish, that I can also make for myself. Great combination with the spices, and the onion!

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  30. I love making it plain like this,, eat it like chips!

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  31. I love fried banana - did not think to do it with plantain! Thanks.

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  32. have always wanted to try this. does it taste swet or savoury after cooking?

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