This pepper kuzhambu recipe/ milagu kuzhambu recipe is No onion no garlic version. Eat it with hot rice and ghee, its great! Simple recipe to try.
No onion no garlic pepper kuzhambu recipe
Recipe Cuisine: Indian | Recipe Category: Lunch
Prep Time: 5 mins | Cook time: 15 mins | Serves: 2
Tamarind - Small gooseberry sized
Water and salt - As needed
To Roast & powder
Pepper - 1 & ½ tsp
Coriander seeds - 1 & ½ tsp
Channa dal/ kadala paruppu - 1 tbsp
Dry red chillies - 4
Urad dal/ ulutham paruppu - 1 tsp
Asafoetida - ⅛ tsp
Oil- 3 tbsp
Mustard - 1 tsp
Curry leaves - 1 sprig
- Roast golden and grind the items given under ‘To grind and powder’ table. (add asafoetida powder at the end)
2. Grind to a fine powder. Heat a kadai and temper with mustard and curry leaves.
3. Extract tamarind juice and add water to make it 2 & ½ cups. Bring to boil. Add powdered pepper mix and stir well to avoid lumps.
4. Boil until you get a thick gravy and oil floats on top.
- You can add a sprig of curry leaves while roasting pepper and grind along for an extra flavour touch!
- In all ways pepper is good for health and so as this kuzhambu!
Serve hot with rice and ghee, with any kootu as accompaniment. I served with mixed vegetable kootu.
enough enough about stories please keep some thing for next post 🙂 😀 jokes apart ! hope u had a great time in chennai ! when my parents visit i definately try this kuzhambu for them 🙂 good one !
lovely and easy recipe... perfect for lazy ppl like me!!! 🙂
nice kuzhambu...nice 2 knw that u enjoyed ur trip..I m sure u must b feeling hard to come back 2 ur routine after a long vacation,especially after getting pampered in India..
inviting recipe..love it
Looks like you had lots of fun..I also left many things in bangalore, but fortunately I had another trip in two months and could get the things..kuzhumbu looks yumm..
healthy and delicious kuzhambu 🙂
looks like u had loads of fun ur article reminds me of how I feel everytime after my visit to Trichy. Hmm! u r right always next time.. Very nice and yummy kuzhambu.. nice clicks Loved the first one the most
looks great! just one question: what brand of grinder do you use? I have one but I find it does not make a fine powder.. it's more course. please let me know. thanks 🙂
tats a grt authentic recipe..
Yummy kuzhambu for pune rains raks...thanks for the recipie.
Glad you enjoyed in Chennai. It's a simple and great recipe you have here.
looks real yummy ! wonderful clicks !
looks so delicious and tempting as always 🙂
Super healthy and tasty kuzhambu.. I can have it with simple pappad !
I use Panasonic Mixer
Nice flavourful kuzhambu...I wish I make this as its apt for this chilly weather
Made this yesterday and everyone loved it! Thanks as always!
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would jus tlove to have it with some rice, right now..the tangy spicy....uummmm !!! and..feel free to drop by my space too when you get the time. Just jotted some handy tips on "sane motherhood" on my "Picks quicks" blog. lets keep connected beyond the kitchen as well....
great.. will look for it. thanks!
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Thanks for d recipie..... it tasted awsome..... delicious.... i made it for idly it made a good combo 🙂
Made it today..thanks it came out well..One thing i noticed was we should grind the powder to very fine consistency. Or else i doesnt get thick consistency and the coarse grains settle at the bottom.Am i right??
tried it today and it came out yummylicious Raji!! 🙂
Dead easy and tasty too. Tried this a week back...
this is good for this winter.nice one yeah...
I tried yesterday. It was very tasty. Thank you for the recipe.
Came out well. ..have one doubt mam ... I boiled until I got thick gravy. ... Water got reduced and got 1 cup kuzhambu. .is it right?
Hi. i tried this recipe today. its too spicy even i added one red chilli instead of 4 chilli.
how to reduce the spice level?
More tamarind and salt would balance the spice level
Very easy and healthy one .Thank u 🙂
How much oil does it need?
Oops, updated the recipe now. 3 tbsp.