Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Puli Inji



Ingredients
Tamarind: 1 big lemon sized
Ginger finely chopped: 4tbsp
Green Chilli chopped: 3tbsp (as per your tolerance)
Jaggery powdered: 4-5tbsp
Salt: ½ tsp
Coconut oil/any refined oil: 3-4 tbsp
Mustard seeds: ½ tsp
Curry leaves: 1 string
Method Of Preparation
Soak tamarind in warm water to about 5-10 minutes.
Extract the juice from it. (Should be about 1 ½ -2 ½ cups). Keep this aside.
Heat oil in a pan and splutter the mustard seeds and add curry leaves.
Add ginger pieces to it and roast until it slightly changes the color and then add the chopped green chillies.
Roast it for about 2minutes. Then add the tamarind juice to it.
Let the tamarind juice boil and become thick.
When it starts to thicken add jaggery and salt to it.
From this stage stir continuously till you get the consistency of puli inji.
Switch off the flame. When cooled store in clean dry and air tight bottle.


23 comments:

Hema said...

My tongue is tickling now for this spicy tangy chutney..

Gloria Baker said...

this is new for me Fassela but sounds delicious!

PT said...

finger-licking :)

Shobha said...

My mouth is watering reading this yummy recipe..

Shailaja Reddy said...

Nice & yummy.

Rekha said...

im drooling here.. looks very tempting and mouthwatering
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Divya Pramil said...

Flavorful recipe :)

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Kaveri Venkatesh said...

Delicious puli inji....
Happy Onam dear

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Lavish and mouthwatering inji Loved the way you have prepared it.
Deepa

Beena.stephy said...

Tempting dish

Roshni said...

Will post my version soon.. this looks really good. no kerala sadya is complete without puli inchi

Now Serving said...

Wow yummy! so many versions I have seen now - yet to blog or make it even :)

Asiya @ Chocolate and Chillies said...

This is new to me...never heard of it before. I'm sure it is delicious!

Akila said...

Looks so tempting...

PrathibhaSreejith said...

Sadya without Puli Inji is just impossible, sounnds just perfect Faseela. Happy Onam Wishes to you and family!!!

Princy Vinoth said...

this is a nice side dish was wondering how to make it.happy onam to u and family!

Saraswathi Tharagaram said...

Finger licking dish..Happy onam to you and to your family..

tamilsasikitchen said...

Yummy tangy dish...Like the colour dear...

Chandrani said...

Tempting yummy dish...



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Jaleela said...

SSS tangy injsi pickle yummy

jeyashrisuresh said...

Very tangy and yummy one

Julie said...

wow..vayyil vellam varunnu:-)

Rosh said...

This dish is the absolute star for me in any sadya...the perfect condiment that brings together all the other flavours on the banana leaf. Looks so good!