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Kari urundai kuzhambu

>> Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Everybody will have one special dish to get things done from ur beloved ones. One such dish for me is kari urundai kuzhambu, that's my hubby first fav dish in his list. It taste great with rice & rotis. This is real south indian traditional dish, where most of us dont prefer to do in this busy life. Try this & share ur opinion :)
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Ingredients :
  1. Kheema - 400 gms
  2. Cashews - 13 nos
  3. Salt to taste
  4. Cinnamon stick
  5. Cloves - 3 nos
  6. Cardomom - 2 nos
  7. Onion - 2 nos
  8. Riped Tomato - 1 large or 2 small
  9. Ginger garlic paste - 1 tbsp
  10. Chilly powder - 2 tsp (adjust according to ur spice level)
  11. Turmeric powder - 1/4 tsp
  12. Coconut paste (I used 1/2 coconut)
  13. Corriander leaves

Directions to cook :

  • # Grind the kheema along with the salt.
  • # Make small kheema balls resembling like a golf ball & stuff one cashew in the middle & keep it aside.

  • # Heat oil in the heavy bottomed pan, add cinnamon, cloves, cardomom and onion.

  • # Saute them for few mins till onion turns golden brown, add ginger garlic paste, turmeric powder.

  • # Add tomatos, chilly powder & salt to taste.

  • # Now arrange the khemma balls inside. Cover & cook for 15 mins, till kheema becomes tender.


  • # Add coconut paste & cook for further 10 min.

  • # Garnish with corriander leaves.

Enjoy this kuzhambu with rice & rotis.


TIPS :

  1. While making the kheema balls, gently round them. It becomes harder if u compress them tooo much.

  2. When u insert the toothpick inside the kheema & if it comes out clean, which means it is cooked & add the coconut paste.

8 comments:

srikars kitchen April 8, 2009 at 3:29 AM  

THXS for visiting my site & ur valueable comment.. u have a very nice & Innovative blog.. sounds delcious..

Suparna April 8, 2009 at 7:48 AM  

Hi Ammu,
Thanks for the vist at my blog :) hope to c u there more often. Ur blog is wonderful and u seem to be a wonderful cook :) Hmmm...some really nice recipes here, would love to try some of them. Love the keema in spicy gravy.
Enjoy!
TC

Varunavi April 8, 2009 at 9:24 AM  

Nice recipe.Even i do this but my procedure is little lenghty,urs in simple to make

Vicky Xavier. April 8, 2009 at 7:07 PM  

I do this kulambu by frying the kheema balls like masal vadai. Ur version seems so good. must try soon. Yummy post.

ARUNA April 8, 2009 at 10:20 PM  

Very nice recipe.......and also simple version!

Malar Gandhi April 10, 2009 at 5:26 AM  

Love kari Urundai kuzhambu...what a drool worthy picture here...reminds my home...miss those yummy food. Wish to fall right into ur gravy, he he.

Anonymous,  July 31, 2009 at 8:25 AM  

hai,,looks delicious !!
my concern is, will keema balls break when boiling? will it get fully cooked? do we have to steam the keema balls and then put in gravy?

Ammu August 1, 2009 at 1:27 AM  

Keema balls will not break while boiling. Keema doesn't takes long time to cook. Absolutely, they is no need to steam them.

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