There’s a small twist to this recipe – I added fresh coriander leaves to the coconut paste. The flavour is distinct and very enjoyable. A great idea if you have coriander-indifferent people in the house.
Mor Kozhambu Recipe
2 cups buttermilk + 1 cup water
Salt to taste
1/2 cup grated coconut
1/2 tsp jeera
A pinch of turmeric powder
1/2 cup coriander leaves, loosely packed
2 tsp oil
1/4 tsp mustard seeds
5-6 fenugreek seeds
1″ piece of ginger, crushed
1 dry red chilli, halved
A few curry leaves
How to Make Mor Kuzhambu:
1. Heat oil for tempering. Add the rest of the ingredients in the order given. When the mustard seeds pop and the fenugreek seeds turn a golden brown and fragrant (take care not to burn!), add the ground coconut paste. Mix well and turn off heat.
2. Add the diluted buttermilk, mixing well as you do. Add salt.
Serve with warm rice and side dish of choice.
Pictures taken in the home made light box for food photography
Love your step by step instructions..
Following ur recipes from a very long time..
Have tried this recipe so many times..
Just checking the ingredients.. refreshing it …
But as soon as i googled shocked to see someone copied urs..heres the link
Hello Vaishnavi, thank you so much for letting me know. I have complained to Blogger, they should hopefully take it down soon
my mother in law use to add some ajwain and ginger to the same jeera, coconut and coriander leaves for the morkuzhambu.. light and also helps in digestion..:)
The pics & the recipe looked soooo easy & tempting that i had to try it for lunch yesterday without any more delay. Turned out really good and everyone loved it. Think i added a little too much of coriander and it looked much more greener than yellow though the flavour was very good. Waiting for more of such simple and easy recipe from you Nags! 🙂
I think its pretty much the same thing. The only difference in how I make pulissery is, I add a bit of freshly ground pepper to it and also some vegetable pieces.
nags, how is this different from pulissery?
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This looks really good…creamy but spicy. Yum!
full of flavour and colorful too
I was browsing throug your post on photography light box
very well explained tutorial
wiil try it
do we need an slr camera for good photographs?