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Ridge Gourd Peel Chutney

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Ridge Gourd Peel Chutney tastes heavenly when mixed with rice along with a dash of til oil. It can also be had along with dosas, idlis and puris.

Beerakaya Thokku Pachadi is among the classic chutney of Andhra Pradesh and now this dish is becoming popular in other locations as well due to its nutritious benefit. The Beerakaya Thokku Pachadi provides a authentic impact when offered with each and every meals simply because of its refreshing flavour.

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About Recipe

Neyangnattakolu Beera Kayi pachadi, Pirkkankai karathuvaiyal, Jhinga Chatni

How to make RIDGE GOURD PEEL CHUTNEY

(18 ratings)
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Prep time
5 mins
Cook time
5 mins
Total time
10 mins
RIDGE GOURD PEEL CHUTNEY
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Ridge Gourd/Turai
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : March 18, 2019


Ingredients used in RIDGE GOURD PEEL CHUTNEY
• Sesame seeds - 1 tablespoon.
• Oil - 1 tablespoon.
• Ridge gourd peel - 1 cup.
• Green chillies - 4 numbers.
• Garlic - 8 cloves.
• Salt - to taste.
• Tamarind(soaked) - 5 grams.
Method:
  • Heat pan, dry roast sesame seeds, later transfer to a blender, to make powder.
  • Heat oil in the same pan and add ridge gourd peel, green chilies, garlic and saute it.
  • Transfer into same mixie jar, add salt, soaked tamarind and blend into a smooth paste.

Now ridge gourd peel chutney is ready to serve.






Cooking with images Ridge Gourd Turai , Ridge Gourd Turai , Heerakai catni





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Beerakaya Thokku Pachadi is among the classic chutney of Andhra Pradesh and now this dish is becoming popular in other locations as well due to its nutritious benefit. The Beerakaya Thokku Pachadi provides a authentic impact when offered with each and every meals simply because of its refreshing flavour.

The Beerakaya Thokku Pachadi are made with elements, including green chilies, raw mango, fresh cilantro and naturally the key ingredient is the peel of the Ridge Gourd. I usually peel off the skin thicker than usual because of this Chutney to incorporate much more flavor. Raw Mangoes are put into provide a sourness together with the salt, spice and nutty flavor from the roasted pulses. While in the off season of the raw mangoes, it's possible to include tamarind also for the tartness. Chilies might be modified based upon the spice levels of its options. Obviously fresh cilantro provides a herb flavour and also the colour it imparts to the Beerakaya Thokku Pachadi. Beerakaya or Ridge gourd or Turai   are all same names of one vegetable commonly known as Chinese Okra in other parts of the countries. This vegetable is popular in Asia and Africa. This vegetable is believed to have originated in the Arabic desserts, and has spread throughout the world. It is a dark green, ridged vegetable having white pulp with white seeds embedded in spongy flesh.

Beerakaya or Ridge gourd or Turai   are all same names of one vegetable commonly known as Chinese Okra in other parts of the countries. This vegetable is popular in Asia and Africa. This vegetable is believed to have originated in the Arabic desserts, and has spread throughout the world. It is a dark green, ridged vegetable having white pulp with white seeds embedded in spongy flesh.

Beerakaya is abundantly used in Indian cooking for making different chutneys, curries, dal or sambar and many more. We mostly peel off the skin and use only the inner parts of the vegetables while cooking. In the case of ridge gourd especially, most of the nutrients are present in its skin.

The peel of ridge gourd which is high in fibre is edible and need not be thrown away. Use it to prepare a tangy spiced chutney.

The feel is a bit coarse and also the taste is a thing that is beyond your thoughts. Wholesome high fibre foodstuff at its best. Those first timers trying this pachadi will be gained above and definately will be sorry for throwing out the peels every single time they cooked a ridge gourd dish. Their response will be “VAH! A turai peel can produce so much taste!” Really! Dollop of ghee, rice and beerakaya thokku (peel) pachadi and you're simply on the path to bliss.

Benefits:

Ridge gourd has many health benefits and nutritional values and highly recommended by doctors. It contains high in dietary fiber; it becomes the ideal choice for anyone who wishes to lose some weight quickly. It also has very high water content, making it a very low calorie vegetable. It is a good source of vitamin C, zinc, thiamine, iron, riboflavin, magnesium and manganese. The juice prepared from ridge gourd is a natural remedy for jaundice. It also helps as blood purifier, lowers the blood sugar levels and is good for stomach and also awesome for skin care.



 

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geetha u.r. Posted on Mon Jul 13 2015

Very nice recipe and simple Free from coconut....?

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Malathi Premkumar Posted on Thu Jul 14 2016

Nice recipe. Can I add red chilly instead of green chilly?

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