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Ulli Theeyal is one among the Kerala recipes which is most common in all the households. A little spicy, tangy & rich in taste are its qualities.
In Kerala this recipe is known in the name of Theeyal, in Tamil nadu this is known as Kolamba but preparation is almost the same.
Ullipaaya koora, Chinna Venggayam Kuzhambu, Gundhun torkari
t uckerton Posted on Sun May 05 2013
drumsticks? They look like what we in America call okra....same thing?Reply 0 - Replies
VahChef Posted on Sun May 05 2013
this is nothing wait for a dish that is coming, even police would refuse to come inReply 0 - Replies
Divya Johar Posted on Sun May 05 2013
Hai brother... I like all your recepies..We can also make this by using brinjal which is called kathirikka theeyal...Reply 0 - Replies
bagelboi66 Posted on Sun May 05 2013
It is nearly midnight and my mouth is watering! Chef you are such inspiration!Reply 0 - Replies
villagebelle Posted on Sun May 05 2013
Okra is also Ladies Finger but not the same as drumsticks. Drumsticks are a foot or more long, Moringa Oleifera, check wiki :)Reply 0 - Replies
harinipsr Posted on Sun May 05 2013
Wow this is a long awaited recipe. Thanks chef for posting it.Reply 0 - Replies
Tropically Happy! Posted on Sun May 05 2013
I was always under the impression that those red chilis were not hot....but not so sure now after I see smoke coming out of your ears. So, my questions is: the red chilis are just for a regular burn and the green chilis (in other recipes) are for theReply 0 - Replies