Thursday, June 3, 2010

Vellarikka Pachadi / Cuccumber Pachadi And Award

Vellarikka pachadi is a main items in Onam sadhya or any type of sadhya.

Vellarikka or Cucumber / English cucumber -2 cup

To grind to a paste
3- Green chili
1/2 tsp - Mustard
1 cup - Grated Coconut
2 cups - Thick creamy yogurt (medium sour)
Salt to taste

1 1/2 tsp - Mustard
Curry leaves
3- whole dry red chili
Coconut oil -3 to 4 tsp
1.Peel the skin remove seeds off the cucumber and cut into small pieces.
2.Cook cucumber with 2 to 4 table spoon of water and salt, covered on a low heat, till cucumber is cooked. Take out off the stove.
3.Grind coconut, green chili by adding yogurt.Graind to smooth paste.Then add mustard and pulse for two to three times.
4.Add the ground mixture to the cooked cucumber and mix well.Adjust salt to taste.
5.Season with mustard, curry leaves and whole red chili.
Serve with rice.

Divya had tagged me for this award.Thank u my dear.....Iam sorry divya for not posting soon.I was a bit lazy these days.he he he. As per the rules of this award,we have to post our most favorite pic and tag other blogger friend.I am posting photos from my home country...
This two awards are also presented by divya.I would love to share this with
Jaisy James, sayali, Divya vikram, Anu, Nitha, Kavitha,VineethaSuhaina aji, Aparna,Adukala Vishashm, Rachana kothari, Neethu Binoi, Rekha Shoban, Fathima

If i forget any ones name plz collect the award......Iam sorry for not mentioning ur name....


jeyashrisuresh said...

nice and cool recipe.thanks for visiting my blog. u have a nice blog. pictures are cute

Rumana Rawat said...

Wow.. this is looking so delicious:)

AdukalaVishesham said...

one of our fav dish... its so great to see Parassinikadavu muthappan temple.... nalla foto ketto.. and thank you so much for sharing those awards..

Nitha said...

pachadi looks great.. Good photos too.. I din know that we are allowed to click inside the parassini temple..

Rachana Kothari said...

Pachadi looks yummm! The Photos are so beautiful...

Congrats on the awards and thanks for sharing it with me :-)

Jaisy James said...

thank u beena thank u so much for the lovely award will upadte it soon in my blog

Fathima said...

Pachadi looks yum.. nice pictures from back home... Thanks for sharing the award with me, Beena....

Divya Vikram said...

Congrats on the awards and thanks for sharing it with me :)

Sayali said...

Hi Beena,

Thanks for the lovely awards, I will soon post about them. Happy Blogging

Coral Crue said...

Parassinikadavu muthappan , ayyo love the payarru they give here as prasadam on a banana leaf,i am dying to know the recipe, can you please please tell me how to make it!!!! i will be so obliged to you.

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