A perfect mix of spice and tang , this pickle is a must have for most sadyas (usually the feasts that celebrate Kerala Hindu weddings).
So when we had lots of fresh limes in the kitchen today we decided to post this one to kick start the Onam spirit.
Prep Time: 30 mins
Lime (cubed like in the pic): 1 cup
Green Chili (chopped): 1 tablespoon
Ginger (chopped): 2 teaspoons
Tamarind: Lemon size
Jaggery: 1 piece
Chili powder: 2 teaspoons
Turmeric powder: 1 teaspoon
Mustard seeds: 1 teaspoon
Dried red chili: 2-3
Asofoetida: 1/2 teaspoon
Curry Leaves: handful
Salt to taste
In 1/2 cup warm water soak the tamarind for few minutes and squeeze it with your hands. Take out the seeds and strain it. Boil this tamarind pulp water with one piece of jaggery. Add chili powder, turmeric and salt. When jaggery and tamarind starts to come together and get little thick add the chopped ginger and green chilies. Let it simmer on low heat for 5-10 minutes. Turn off the heat. Now add the chopped lime and keep it covered for 10 mins.
For final seasoning, heat some oil in a pan. Splutter mustard seeds, dried red chilies, asofoetida, fenugreek seeds and curry leaves. Add some chili powder to it, stir and pour it to the curry. Stir well,adjust the salt and spice level and let it sit for 1/2 - 1 hr before serving.
kurachu kanjiyum koodi kittiyaal ...:)ReplyDelete
Happy Onam to you girls .Have a wonderful time .I make a similar pickle with out jaggery .ReplyDelete
Good to see a classic; we make slightly different.ReplyDelete
Happy Onam to both of you!
Happy onam to you and ur family..naranga curry looks irresistible..ReplyDelete
Wow... looks really mouth watering dear...ReplyDelete
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Woww... looks awesome.. thanks for sharing dear !!ReplyDelete
WOW!! Njangal ethu next week post cheyyanirikuvannu, lakshmide picsnu vendi wait cheyyunnu..Our recipe for naranga curry is completely different. Loved this version..Will surely give it a try.ReplyDelete
wow looks awesome ...thanks for sharingReplyDelete
This is so new to me!!! Looks yum and easy to make too!!!ReplyDelete
I love the name of this curry :-) and, the curry looks lovely!ReplyDelete
Hmmm, ummph. Nice work. I came across your blog while “blog surfing” using the “Next Blog” button in the Nav Bar at the top of my blogspot blog. I occasionally just check out other blogs to see what others are doing.ReplyDelete
Nice recipe. If we add some fried coconut paste to it, lemon curry will taste better. Try it...ReplyDelete