Sunday, March 7, 2010

CHAKAKURUVITTA MANGA CHEERA AVIYAL/JACKSEED MANGO RED SPINACH AVIYAL.



Red spinach (finely chopped) - 3 cup
Raw mango (small pieces) - 1 no s
Jackfruit seed (small pieces) - 5 to 10 no s
Garlic - 1 no s
Shallot - 2 no s
Red chilly - 2 no s
Grated coconut - 1 cup
Red chilly powder - ½ tsp
Salt - to taste
Coconut oil - 1 tsp
Curry leaves - 1 spring
Cumin seed - ½ tsp
Water - 2 cup



How to Prepare:


In a pan or Kadai, add 2 cup of water and put the small pieces of jack fruit seeds
(Chaka kuru) , for boiling well until it become soft and tender for 10 to 12 mins.

In the same pan or kadai ,after boiling the jack fruit seed , put the raw mango
Pieces and finely chopped red spinach and mix well together with the excess
Water in it and close with a lid at a low flame for minimum 5 to 7 minutes.

In a blender or mixer, put the grated coconut, 2 shallots, 1 garlic, 2 red chilly,
½ tsp of cumin seed, ½ or 1 tsp of red chilly powder as per spicy and a little bit of
Water and blend it well until it become a fine texture.

Add this texture into the kadai or pan and mix well all together and keep it in a
Low flame for another 2 to 3 minutes , and add 1 tsp of coconut oil on the top of
Curry and add fresh curry leaves on the top and turn off the fire.

Now the aviyal is ready, serve it hot with rice.




32 comments:

  1. kindly adjust if the html tags are showing in the page..some issue with blog..thank u friends..

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  2. Looks so colorful! A very healthy dish

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  3. thanks padhu..u r ryt it is a healthy dish full of vegetables..

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  4. this looks awesome, dear...yummy

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  5. Great combo, looks yummy and healthy too...

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  6. nice one... what a combo - chakkakuru, Manga and cheera... yum...

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  7. Beautiful colour of this dish makes it so inviting.

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  8. Ee red cheerayum nalla chakkakuruvum thinnitte kaalam kore aayi..looks mouthwatering Dear...

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  9. dish looks delicious and tasty!!

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  10. Looks v nice Reshmi!! U presented it well.

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  11. Truly this cheera looks fantastic..

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  12. Wow!!! Such a healthy and tasty dish!

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  13. Very colorful and interesting dish..looks very tasty :)

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  14. Iyoooo kothiyavunnundu kettooo..Ellam nalla ingredients thanne...

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  15. kothipichu..how r you dear.hws urhealth

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  16. Oh my...I am drooling..ithu randum ivide kittanilla :(

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  17. wow! love this recipe..nice color.
    Thanks for visiting my blog Reshmi, you too have wonderful collection of recipes with amazing pictures! Will visit you often!

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  18. thanks kalai for ur lovely comment.....

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  19. thanks to priya n treat n trick for leaving valuable comments..

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  20. thanks aparna....i am getting tired day by day..and my health z getting orse day by day...just going on with gods grace...

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  21. thanks tina kutty...onnu try cheythu nokku...pachamangyude taste eppo tinakku ishtaakum...

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  22. thanks to priya and gita for the lovely comment...

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  23. thank u rachana for the valuable comment....

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  24. traditional mallu dish..Looks so tempting...

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  25. never had red spinach avial...sounds like an awesome dish...if only we cld get red spinach where we live.

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