Kodiguddu pulusu

Written by Mullai

Modest, friendly and hardworking.  "Virgoans Rule"..

12 Comments

  1. Akila

    Hi Mullai,
    I tried your hotel sambar, cilantro chicken,hotel kurma, mughlai mutton, muniyandi villas style chicken kolombu,yogurt pulao,mutton n brinjal gravy,green peas subji, lima beans poriyal, kothu cauliflower curry and mutton biriyani… everything turned out great! I’m still trying out ur recipes.. today will try out the puffs and chepa pulusu.. thank u so so much for such great recipes! 🙂
    The hotel sambar and cilantro chicken kolombu in particular got everyone asking me if I had got from the restaurant!
    Thank you!!!

  2. Suganthi

    Thank you mullai..! I was searching this receipe from long time and trying myself from the taste I has experienced outside.. I tried sterday and it was great..! Nandri.. Could you please get andra pappu receipe? same thuvaram paruppu (Thoor Dal) with little tangy taste n highly spicey.

  3. Neelima V

    You can even add the paste of Onion and tomato and add it before adding the tamarind pulp. it would make the gravy thick. also try adding coconut powder when the gravy is getting bioled. it would taste awesome.

  4. Manoo

    Yes Sri,
    Mullai mam’s website is something special. Have you noticed there is no annoying pop ups or ads here. Different & Well presented recipes (excluding my messed up work). She encourages members much and it makes us feel like this is our own website. I am addicted to this website – now early morning while having tea iam browsing it. (I get scold by mam to not spend time here & study during exams)Btw, You are rite mam is a good photographer as well. Always wanted to say that and forgot :))

  5. Sri

    Hi…Unbelievable, incredible, fabulous, terrific…innum enna solla…you seem to be committed to cooking…romba rasichu cook pannuvinga pola….great.
    the time you take to make the photos and maintain the website with freshness…really awesome
    look and feel of the website is great

    1. Mullai

      Sri,

      Oray pugazhchi mazhayai irrukku!!! Thanks a bunch. Cooking… chumma hobby than, ethu seithalum…. neeraiva seiyanumunu oru chinna aasai. Moreover the fulfillment and happiness you gain, when something turns out great, is what makes me an addict to this. Guess what?  one of my fav cuisine is thai food. Where in thailand? Anyways, nice to know you and keep visiting for more exciting recipes.

      1. Visitor

        Thanks Mullai,
        I think, good work should be appreciated, whatever it is on. I was literally moved so much by the way it was presented. Though lot of people know cooking, it is rare to see them sharing with others. Feeling gud to see people like u.
        My hubby and myself love cooking so much and we do respect people who do it. Blessed r u.
        Yeah we are living in Bangkok. Do drop by us in case, you happen to be at Bangkok.

  6. Raja Reddy Chaikam

    Great recipe, It just turned out the way my Mom does. I never watch her cook, but being in Canada, I have no choice to satisfy my craving for certain things. Thank you once again.

  7. amins kumar

    Excellent curry. I was a bit skeptical about adding tamarind juice in this curry but it turned out great!!! Defintely going to make it again!!! 🙂

    1. Mullai

      Hi.. thanks! Nice to hear that it turned out well. Try my other recipes and post your comments. How does the site look in general? Do you find everything well classified? Any inputs will be appreciated.

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