Podalangai curry

Written by shalinivenkatesh

5 Comments

  1. jlakshmi

    Shalini

    Not sure.. Coincidence I just made this today with kadalai paruppu, normally I make your way exactly ..May be this is pudalangai season. I just add 1/2 tsb chilly powder and 1/4 tsb turmeric . Soak and cook 3/4th side of the channa dhal and then add to pudalangai , since that veggie gets cooked fast.

    Answering anietha’s question, if you are in US – Bay area then this is available in most of the Indian stores. This is seasonal veggie like Drumstick, only comes at certain times.

    Regs
    Jaya

    NB : I have some times noted that few pudalangai is very very bitter ( worse that bitter guard) not sure how this can happen , but atleast 3 times I had faced this issue, so now when its raw , before purchase I just eat a bit of the raw one and see the taste and buy. My mom was also shocked to see bitter pudalangai in US as she has never seen a bitter one in India. we had to throw the complete dish out.

    1. shalinivenkatesh

      hi lakshmi…

       thnx for letting me know of the variation as i have never tried it out with kadali parruppu. will try it soon and let u knw….

  2. aniethamaniezhilan

    hi shalini,

    do u know where we can get this veggi,i like this curry very much one of my favourite…

    thank u for posting this.

    regards anietha

     

    1. shalinivenkatesh

      hi anietha..

      if u r in india (delhi), u can get it at any of the vegetable vendors as it is the season time at the moment..

       Outside india, m not too sure

       thnxxxxxx

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