Urulaikizhangu Pattani Varuval

Written by Mullai

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

15 Comments

  1. Barbie

    Thanks for all the great recipes!

    I am also looking for a recommendation for a mixie. I am in the US so I don’t have a lot of options but if you know a few good brands that would be very helpful.

  2. jlakshmi

    Tried this Mullai on saturday .. Came out very well, Unga brown color was not possible, got it with sight yellowish color. I had it with rice. Yummy. I think you can use this inside a chappathi roll too.. Will go with Pulka’s too.
    Very good.

    My next attempt is Edamame I bought a big cooked ones with pods from costco, I am going to try the sambar first and then the Mixed Veg. Palya with Edamame. I did like the crunchy taste. The moment I saw the packet, remembered your recipe and grabbed a big box.

    Regs
    Lakshmi

    1. Mullai

      Lakshmi, if you fry the masala for little longer.. before adding the potatoes, it should come to this colour. I use homemade red chili and coriander powder (from India), store bought coriander is little coarse and it might be one reason… heard Swad is selling fine ground too in many stores. Try those if you have a chance. BTW, you will like those Edamame's and will not regret buying a big box. You can make a lot more with them, stuff them while making puffs, add to veg biryani, i even use them with non-veg combination too. You may see some new recipes in coming months as I have a huge box too.

  3. Nisha Bharath

    Mullai,
    It looks awesome and yummy, I do the same way too, except I dont boil the potatoes separately but saute them along with peas. Ihhave a request too. Recently I posted the below mentioned request in the forum link, since there was no suggestions, I am posting it directly here.

    I am looking to buy a mixie that would perfectly meet our Indian cooking, like grinding chutneys, or making dry powders. I have been using Oster 14 speed blender for the past 3 years and I have to run the mixie for a long time to get the final product.

    Can you please suggest me a good mixie…

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