Thursday, April 23, 2009

Aratikaya/Plantain perugu pachadi & Tulip Pics

This is very tasty and takes very less time too...you can make this chutney within 15 minutes itself.

Check our tulip photos @ Skagit valley


Ingredients:

Plantain-1 medium size
salt to taste
green chilli-4
turmeric powder-1/8 th tsp
curd-2 cups
Talimpu/seasoning ingredients
Cilantro leaves

Preparation:

1.wash n cut the pantain with outer cover.Cut each plantain into 3 or 4 parts.Boil these pantain pieces in a microwavable bowl in microwave for about 10 min.Dont overcook them.

2.Meanwhile you just take a pan and do tadaka ,once it is completed,keep a lid on the pan,after 10 min Peel the outer layer of cooked plantain pieces and keep it aside.

3.Take a mixi bowl add salt,turmeric,green chilli and grind it into a paste,then add palntain pieces and grind well and then add curd into it and just blend it for 1 min.Take whole mixture into a bowl.

4.pour tadaka into perugu pachadi and mix well....that set..aratikaya perugu pachadi is ready !!

I am sending this to "WYF- Side dish" hosted by Easy crafts and "15 Minute Cooking" hosted by Mahimaa @ Mahimaa's kitchen

47 comments:

  1. wow great dish.. new to me. looks good. thx for sending it to me dear.

    and my friend who is from andhra, makes a chutney by grinding cooked plantain, garlic,red chillies etc... it was yum with rice and ghee. do u make that too?

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  2. Arantikaya Pachadi sounds very nice cleanses the stomach and goes well with yogurt....

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  3. That looks simple and delicious!! Is that tulip from your frontyard?? :)

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  4. looks great Lavanya! My fav. perugu pachadi. Nice pic.

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  5. Pachadi looks delicious with the tadka Lavanya...nice combo perugu and aratikaya...very tempting.

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  6. I love this chutney with plantain! Sounds delicious!

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  7. Mahimaa:Yes ..I do that kind of chutney sometimes..you are welcome dear!!
    Ramya,deepa,uma:Thanks da!!
    Priya:No priya..those tulips are from tulips festival only:)
    Prathiba,5star foodie:Thank you!!

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  8. wonderful dish Lavanya....gorgeous!

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  9. Pachadi is tempting,now hopping to see the tulips snaps.

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  10. post few snaps here, flickr is banned here:(

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  11. did your hubby take the pics? they r mind blowing... very nice lavs. thanks for sending the link.

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  12. whr r the tulips gal??

    Laavs, u mentioned u are from southern part of andhra,whr r u from exactly?

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  13. Wow!! plantain chutney...looks good

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  14. This year Tulip field looks more beautiful than ever! Awesome clicks by Hari! :)

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  15. good one for summer Lavanya ..

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  16. Lavanya in this country flickr,orkut etc website are banned :(

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  17. Looks simple and delicious pachadi, wow thos tulip fields are beautiful Lavanya! nice clicks..enjoying!

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  18. Hi Lavanya,
    Thanks for the visit at my blog :)hope to c u more often.
    Ur blog is wonderful :) u can find me here regularly.
    TC

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  19. WOW!!! Gorgeous pics of Tulips. Loved them thanks L! :)

    Never thought I could make chutney out of Plantains, yummy, must try.

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  20. wow! dear .. very nice and simple chutney ..Thanks for sharing ..hey ...nice flicker link i just love those tulip :)

    hey did u get my msg i am worried ..actully i have replied ur query long back ..if not plz soory ok will do that ..plz reply

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  21. That looks very simple and yummy....

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  22. Pics are awesome Lavanya....nice treat to the eyes....beautiful tulips and amazing fall colors....lovely Mt. Rainer....Thanks for sending the link da.

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  23. This pachadi is new and yummy to me. The pic tempts me to try. Tulips look gorgeous:)

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  24. Thats new to me...thanks for the entry

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  25. Nice clicks...I too love this perugu pachadi

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  26. wow love the aritikaya pachadi and pund cake my god its so good. my mouths watering. very nice one.

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  27. Hi Lavanya..First time visit to your blog..You have bunch of wonderful recepies...Plaintain is one of my favorite...nice entry..

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  28. Lovely photo.Aratikaya Pachadi is new to me:)
    I Wil try it soon.

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  29. I know very little about Indian cuisine.
    What do you usually have with this chutney? Or simply as a side dish?

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  30. cool. This is new recipe to me will try soon..

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  31. This recipe is new to me. WIth very few ingredients, itsso simple and I
    like it.

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  32. Yum Pachadi..n the pics are amazing Lavanya..Your hubby has taken some grt snaps..:)

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  33. hey dear ...thanks for ur comment .

    ...hey its actully my husbands file sheet..u know i cut it in to small peice and used that sheet for dosa spreading ..

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  34. Something new and unique! Would love to try it!

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  35. The pictures are so good Lavanya! Enjoyed watching them. Thanks Yaar! :)

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  36. so beautiful pic s lavanya yemiti nannu tempt cheyyali ani decide ayyara me aritikaya perugu pachadi toti hummm yippudu yelame bowl nadaggaraki radu naku intilo ariti kayaledu he he heeee looks so tempting dear

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  37. Thank you, Lavanya! I have got the idea.

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  38. Hi Lavanya..Pachadi looks so Great! Have to try this for summer!

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  39. Lavanya, I only heard the taste of plantation soup. I never tried this before. Thanks for sharing this cute recipe.

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  40. Hi , Thanks for sharing this recipe, I want to try this!

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  41. A whole new chutney recipe for me,I'm usually out of ideas with plaintains,the pachadi sounds yun:)

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  42. pachadi with artikaya sounds new to me...looks yummy...

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  43. this pergu pachadi is new to me.looks great with the tadka

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