Kadala curry - kerala recipe
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Author vahchef Yield No Value
Published Jul 26, 2012 Cooking Time 1 hour
Recipe Type Veg-Main Preparation Time 30 min
Ingredient Other Standing Time 1 hour
Description: Kadala is a coconut based kala chana (black chickpeas) curry that is rich in protein and lip smacking good when eaten with many starch dishes .Shallots aka sambar onions and fresh coconut are essential ingredients.Kadala curry is one of the classic Kerala vegetarian recipes you will ever taste.

Recipe of Kadala curry - kerala recipe

Ingredient Name Quantity Unit
Onion Chopped 1 Numbers
Red Chillies 3 Numbers
Tomatoes 1 Numbers
Coconut Grated Fresh 1/2 Cup
Garamasala Pwd Kerala 1/2 Teaspoons
Coriander Pwd 1 Tablespoons
Red Chilli Powder 1 Teaspoons
Coconut Grated Fresh 1 Cup
Green Chillies 3 Numbers
Coconut Sliced 1/2 small Cup
Ginger Sliced 1 Numbers
Garlic Sliced 4 Numbers
Oil 1 Tablespoons
Salt as needed
Black Chikpeas Boiled 2 Cup
Turmuric pinch
Garamasala Pwd Kerala 1/2 Numbers
Curry Leaves 1 Springs
CORIANDER LEAVES 1 Springs

Directions

  1. Take a pan add oil, grated coconut mix cook till slight colour then switch off the flame and add red chilli pwd,coriander pwd, garamasala, tomatoes, turmuric and make into fine paste.
  2.  In another pan add oil, murstared seed, red chillies, sliced coconut, hing, chopped onion, salt, curry leaves, garlic, giner slices mix well and cook for 3-4min then add the coconut masala, green chillies, cook for 2 min then add the boiled chana or black chickpeas and cook for 10-15 min. 
  3. Once it is done add chopped coriander leaves.
Posted Jul 26, 2012

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1 Comments

Jessica Jul 28, 2012
I'm often inspired by your recipes, but I have to look elsewhere for something similar simply because your ingredient measurements don't really translate - for example here, there are some ingredients listed more than once in different measurements and some items only say "number" - huh? I can understand that when referring to a chili, but when the ingredient is a powder, I'm lost. If this could be addressed, I would live at your site!

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