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No Onion and Garlic Thali / Festive Thali

Garlic Thali / Festive Thali

Third day thali is a special auspicious day or festival thali made in special occasions in our households.Mostly this thali is made on amavasay, karthigai and other special occasions and no onion,garlic is used. Also some of the specific type of country vegetables are only supposed to cook.Freshly ground masala powders are used to make sambar and other dishes.

The thali has
1.White rice
2.Avarakkai(broad beans) arachivitta samabar
3.Rasam
4.Vazhakkai Podimas(recipe follows)
5.Mochaikkai Masala curry(recipe follows)
6.Paasiparuppu/moong dhal payasam
7.Ulundu/urad dhal Vada
8.Thayir/yogurt

Garlic Thali / Festive Thali
Garlic Thali / Festive Thali

Vazhakkai Podimas

Garlic Thali / Festive Thali

Coming to the vazhakkai podimas,its a dry curry and a great accompaniment for spicy kuzhambhu and sambar.This podimas can be made with or without onion also turmeric powder is added in some house holds,we don’t add it and keep it in white color.Use a well matured raw banana/vazhakkai for this podimas.The tender ones will turned out mushy and it won’t taste good. No Onion and Garlic Thali

                                                                                                                                  

                                                                                    

                    Vazhakkai /Raw Banana Podimas


                                                                  

   Basic Information

   Preparation time ~ 20 minutes
   Cooking time ~ 10-12 minutes

   Serves ~ 3(generously)
  Ingredients

Ingredient

Quantity

Vazhakkai/raw banana

2 (medium size)

Green chilly/pacahamilagai

2-3(finely chopped)

Ginger/inji

1 tsp(finely chopped)

Coconut(grated)

3-4 tbs

Curry leaves/karivepillai

few leaves

Salt

1 tsp

Oil

2 tsp

No Onion and Garlic Thali

 For the tempering

Ingredient

Quantity

Mustard seeds/kadugu

1 tsp

Urad dhal/uluthamparuppu

1.5 tsp

Channa dhal/kadalaparuppu

1 tbs

Asafoetida/perungayam

a pinch

 

   Method 

  • Cut the raw banana into two and cook it in a boiling water till it becomes tender.Remove it from the water immediately.After cooling peel the skin and grate it with a grater and keep it aside.
Garlic Thali / Festive Thali
  • Heat the oil in a pan,once it becomes hot do the tempering with the ingredients.Add in the chopped ginger,green chilly and curry leaves.Add in the grated coconut and mix it well.Add in the grated vazhakkai/raw banana and mix it well.Simmer it for couple of minutes and stir in between.Put off the flame.
Garlic Thali / Festive Thali
  • Serve it along with rice and kulambhu or sambar
Garlic Thali / Festive Thali
Garlic Thali / Festive Thali
Garlic Thali / Festive Thali

Mochai Masala Curry/Mochai Curry

Garlic Thali / Festive Thali

Fresh mochai curry is often made during the season ans here frozen ones are available in the market and often I make it for our lunch.This curry tastes awesome with simple rasam and curd rice.Here I made it in a dry version,if you want a semi dry version add one more tomato and increase the amount of coconut while grinding.

Mochai /Field beans Masala Curry


                                                                  

Garlic Thali / Festive Thali   Basic Information

   Preparation time ~ 20 minutes
   Cooking time ~ 12-15 minutes

   Serves ~ 3(generously)
  Ingredients

Ingredient

Quantity

Mochai/field beans/sruti papdi lilva

1.5 cups(fresh /frozen)

Tomato(finely chopped)

1(small size)

Cumin seeds

1/2 tsp

Turmeric powder/manjal podi

1/8 tsp

Asafoetida/perungayam

a pinch

Curry leaves/karivepillai

few leaves

Salt

1 tsp

Oil

2 tsp



 Grind to a fine paste

Ingredient

Quantity

Coconut

3- 4 tbs

Red chilly/varamilagai

3-4

Cumin seeds/jeeragam

1 tsp

Ginger/inji

1/2 inch piece

 

   Method 

  • Pressure cook the mochai with a pinch of salt for 2 whistles in a pressure cooker.Drain the excess water after the pressure subsides and keep it aside.Grind the given ingredients to a fine paste and set it aside.
  • Heat the oil in a pan,crackle the cumin seeds and add in the chopped tomato and curry leaves.Saute it until the tomato is mushy.Add in the cooked mochai and give it a mix.Now to this add the ground paste,salt and turmeric powder.
Garlic Thali / Festive Thali
  • Mix it well,cook it covered in a medium flame for 5 minutes.Mix it well and simmer it for 2-3 minutes or until the desired consistency is reached.Put off the flame and sprinkle some chopped coriander leaves if needed.

         Garlic Thali / Festive Thali

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