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Thread: Mrs. Mano's Tamilnadu Delicacies - Part 3

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    Aunty,

    wishing u a happy pongal.

    our regards uncle, madhu, vaishali and vimal kutti.

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    Thanks you very much for the recipes!!
    Im sure it would taste great..cant wait to try it out

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    Dear Suvai!

    I am posting here the remaining recipes you have asked some time back.

    SIKAPPU ARISI PAAYASAM

    Ingredients:

    Sikapparisi[ puttarisi]- 1 cup
    Milk- 1 cup
    Coconut-1
    Powdered jaggery- 3/4 cup
    Cardamom powder- half sp
    Saffron - a pinch [optional]
    Cashew nuts and raisins fried in ghee.

    Procedure:

    Soak the rice in water for 2 hours.
    Squeeze thick milk and thin milk from the coconut.
    Then Pressure cook the rice with the milk and enough water.
    When cooled, take it away.
    In a big pan, prepare kambi paagu[ syrup with one thread consistency].
    Then add the cooked rice and also the thin coconut milk.
    Cook them for a few minutes.
    Add the cardamom powder, saffron, cashew nuts, raisins and the thick coconut milk.
    Cook the payasam for a few seconds.
    Now the delicious sikapparisi payasam is ready!

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    THENGAIPAAL KUZAMBU

    Ingredients:

    Drumsticks-2
    Brinjals-2
    Carrot-1
    Small potato-1
    Beans- a handful
    Tomato-2
    Onion-1
    Ginger and garlic paste- 1 tsp
    Ghee- 1 tbsp
    Salt to taste
    Coconut-1/2
    oil-3 tbsp

    For tempering:

    Mustard seeds- 1 tsp
    Fenugreek seeds- half tsp
    Black gram- 1 tsp
    Curry leaves- 1 arc
    Chopped coriander- 2 tbsp

    Fry the following ingredients in ghee to golden brown and then grind them to a fine paste:

    Coconut-1/2
    Green chillies-6
    Gram dal-1 tbsp

    Procedure:

    Heat a broad pan and pour the oil.
    Add the ingredients for the tempering and fry them for a few seconds.
    Now add the onion, tomato and the ginger garlic paste and fry them well.
    Cut all the vegetables in to small pieces and add to the onion mixture.
    Fry them for a few minutes.
    Pour the thin coconut milk and add enough salt.
    Boil the vegetables.
    Add the ground paste and cook well.
    When the vegetables are cooked enough, add the thick coconut milk.
    Cook for a few seconds.

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    Dear Mrs.Mano, what is this sikapparisi?... is it matta rice?...or is it the one used to make kavunarisi?

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    Dear Dev!
    I regret for the delayed reply. I am in the midst of the packing for the travel to Tamilnadu.
    years ago, farmers of Tamilnadu used to reap this sikapparisi as all the rice varieties. It was in slightly red colour and the taste was so good. But it was expensive and takes much time to cook. They had no buyers and gradually growing the sikapparisi crops had died.

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    This is sivappu arisi

    Never argue with a fool or he will drag you down to his level and beat you at it through sheer experience!

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    Chicken rasam

    This is a tasty rasam using small chicken pieces. This may be served as a starter before a delicious feast! It is also served with hot rice!

    CHICKEN RASAM

    கோழி ரசம்

    INGREDIENTS:

    Fennel seeds- half sp
    Cumin seeds- half sp
    Sambar onions-20
    Tomato-2
    Finely chopped pieces of chicken- 1 cup
    Finely chopped garlic- 1 tsp
    Finely chopped ginger- 1 tsp
    Curry leaves-a few
    Chopped coriander- 3 tbsp
    Lime-1
    Salt to taste
    Turmeric powder- half
    Oil-2 tbsp
    Ghee- 1 tbsp+1 tsp

    Fry the following ingredients in a tsp of ghee to golden brown and then powder them finely.

    Coriander seeds- 2 tsp
    Fennel seeds- 1 tsp
    Cumin seeds- 1 tsp
    Peppercorns- 1/2 tsp
    Red chillies-3

    Procedure:

    Heat a pan and pour the ghee and the oil.
    Add the fennel seeds and the cumin seeds.
    When they start to splutter add the onion, tomato, ginger and the garlic.
    Fry them until they are mashed and the oil floats on the surface.
    Add the turmeric powder with the greens and fry them for a minute.
    Add the chicken pieces and fry them on medium fire for a few minutes.
    Add 8 cups of water, the ground powder and salt.
    Let the rasam boil for some minutes.
    Put off the fire and mix in the lime juice.
    The delicious chicken rasam is ready now.

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    This is a tasty rasam using small chicken pieces. This may be served as a starter before a delicious feast! It is also served with hot rice!

    CHICKEN RASAM

    கோழி ரசம்


    INGREDIENTS:

    Fennel seeds- half sp
    Cumin seeds- half sp
    Sambar onions-20
    Tomato-2
    Finely chopped pieces of chicken- 1 cup
    Finely chopped garlic- 1 tsp
    Finely chopped ginger- 1 tsp
    Curry leaves-a few
    Chopped coriander- 3 tbsp
    Lime-1
    Salt to taste
    Turmeric powder- half
    Oil-2 tbsp
    Ghee- 1 tbsp+1 tsp

    Fry the following ingredients in a tsp of ghee to golden brown and then powder them finely.

    Coriander seeds- 2 tsp
    Fennel seeds- 1 tsp
    Cumin seeds- 1 tsp
    Peppercorns- 1/2 tsp
    Red chillies-3

    Procedure:

    Heat a pan and pour the ghee and the oil.
    Add the fennel seeds and the cumin seeds.
    When they start to splutter add the onion, tomato, ginger and the garlic.
    Fry them until they are mashed and the oil floats on the surface.
    Add the turmeric powder with the greens and fry them for a minute.
    Add the chicken pieces and fry them on medium fire for a few minutes.
    Add 8 cups of water, the ground powder and salt.
    Let the rasam boil for some minutes.
    Put off the fire and mix in the lime juice.
    The delicious chicken rasam is ready now.
    Last edited by Mrs.Mano; 6th February 2011 at 12:12 PM.

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    Dear mrs mano....thank u so very much for posting the red rice payasam & thengai paal kuzhambu....maranthu koda poitenga....as i have not come to the hub in a long time.....gnyabagam vaithu recipes post panninathuku migavum nandri nga...

    I am not able to come to the hub as I used to before but will try to come when ever time permits.
    Hope all is well.....take care nga...............s

    hello to cdj too...

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