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Avial Mixed Vegetable Curry

Avial Mixed Vegetable Curry
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Avial Mixed Vegetable Curry Recipe, How To Make Avial Mixed Vegetable Curry Recipe

This is a south indian recipe with all vegetables mixed together with coconut & curd. There will be no tadka as the usual recipes have. Its different & tastes good.

An assorted veggie curry is obviously likely to be healthy due to the healthful vegetables which go in it. A calming veggie curry from all the way up from Kerala. Made out of Southern flavours of raw bananas, drumsticks, ash gourd, yam and coconut.  is an extremely perfect Kerala recipe that is perfect for Sadya (a feast)! Additionally, it features extremely frequently in daily meals in Kerala.

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About Recipe

How to make Avial Mixed Vegetable Curry

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Prep time
26 mins
Cook time
20 mins
Total time
46 mins
Avial Mixed Vegetable Curry
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Mixed vegetables
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : November 04, 2016


Ingredients used in Avial Mixed Vegetable Curry
• Coconut oil - 2 tablespoons.
• Green chillies - 2 piece.
• Jeera(cumin seeds) - 2 teaspoons.
• Curd - 1/2 cup.
• Curry leaves - 2 springs.
• Fresh coconut grated - 1/2 cup.
• Mixed vegetables like eggplant, plantain(green banana), potato, drumstick, snow pea, beans, carrot, winter melon etc - 2 cup.
• Salt - to taste.
• Turmeric powder - 1 teaspoons.
• Water - 1/2 cup.
• Rice flour( for thickening) - 1 tablespoons.
Method:
  • In a Vessel cook all the vegetables with little water, salt,turmeric powder till its cooked properly.
  • Grind coconut, green chillies, cumin seeds to a fine paste add this to the mixed vegetables.
  • Take 1 tablespoon of rice flour, mix this with little water. Make a fine paste without any lumps add this to the mixture. This will thicken the gravy. Let this mixture come to a boil. The gravy should be thick in consistency.
  • Now add curry leaves, Coconut oil, thick curd to the mixture, mix well. Avial is ready to eat.





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An assorted veggie curry is obviously likely to be healthy due to the healthful vegetables which go in it. A calming veggie curry from all the way up from Kerala. Made out of Southern flavours of raw bananas, drumsticks, ash gourd, yam and coconut.  is an extremely perfect Kerala recipe that is perfect for Sadya (a feast)! Additionally, it features extremely frequently in daily meals in Kerala.

Avial is a uniquely South Indian stew that is considered to have been originated in South India and it is common in Kerala, Tamil and Udupi delicacies. It's a thick blend of veggies and coconut, seasoned with coconut oil and curry leaves. It occupies a crucial place in Kerala dishes and is important for Onam Sadya.

 Avial is a tasty mixture of mixed vegetables in coconut and yoghurt mixture. Seasoned with curry leaves and coconut oil, Avial is a healthy and also traditional food in Kerala dishes. It is a simple recipe but will take time to make mainly because of all veggie chopping involved. Vegetables frequently used in avial are eggplant, plantain (raw banana), cucumber, drumsticks, pumpkin, carrots, beans, Carrots, beans, snake gourd and avarai. etc. Some individuals opt to skip curd or replace it with raw mango or tamarind pulp. Vegetables like capsicum, radish, beets, turnips etc. are avoided as they affect the texture entirely and do not suit with the yoghurt base.

 Avial is produced in two variations, dry or with gravy. Dry, of the thicker consistency, is usually prepared among the side dishes, to have it with rice plus a main dish, specifically in a feast. On a regular day, it's prepared with sufficient gravy to have it with rice, since the main dish itself. The quantity of water used while cooking the veggies and making the coconut paste can determine whether the avial is gonna be dry or with gravy. In either case, folks of Kerala always have it with rice, while outside Kerala it's more popular as being the combination "Adai/Avial", adai being a kind of crepe, made from a spicy batter of rice and lentils.

 



 

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vahuser Posted on Sun Apr 11 2010

The recipe I got from you is indeed excellent. I am really surprised that such useful recipes are available so easily! Thank you

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