Monday, September 13, 2010

Ambazhanga (Hog Plum) Curry



Ingredients:

Ambazhanga/Hog plum: 5-6 pcs
Coconut grated: 3/4 cup
Green chilli: 1-2
Garlic chopped: 1 pc
Turmeric powder: 1/2 tsp
Chilli powder: 1 1/2 tsp
Mustard seeds: 1/2 tsp
Fenugreek seeds: 1/2 tsp
Cumin seeds: 1/2 tsp
Red chilli flakes: 1-2 pcs
Curry leaves: few
Water: 1 cup
Salt: 1 tsp
Oil

Method:
Cook ambazhanga with water, greenchilli, turmeric powder, chilli powder and salt . Grind coconut along with cumin seeds, garlic to a smooth paste. Pour the grinded coconut to the cooked curry. Lower the flame. Allow it to boil. cook for another 5-6 minutes. Remove from fire. Heat oil in another pan, splutter mustard seeds and fenugreek seeds, add red chilli flakes and curry leaves. Pour this seasoning over the curry. Serve hot with Rice

22 comments:

  1. Delicious looking curry..never had anything with this hog plum,interesting curry..

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  2. Dear jais
    Such a nice recipe...feel like making it...what is Hog plum...dont worry will find out from net what is the Indian name
    have a nice week

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  3. Mouthwatering and tempting. Hog plum.... Ambazhanga... not heard of it what is the Indian name for it?

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  4. hi jais,

    Thanks for ur comments on my blog.This curry is very interesting and luks delicious.Started searching for hog plum:)

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  5. thank u all. pls check the above pic.

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  6. Thank u for sharing this innovative recipe...sounds absolutely tasty ...! Wanna try immediately dear.

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  7. I never had this...Sounds great..Liked the collection of recipes here...

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  8. oh my that with some rice would just be awesome..

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  9. This is new to me..sounds gr8 n yummm

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  10. Ohhhw wow..looks kidilan..this is my grandmom master piece, she cooks a lot of dishes with ambazhanga, achar anu ente fav tto...

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  11. Looks so yummy though it's new to me...

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  12. WOW!! Ambazhanga curry kollamallo..Eni naattil pokumbol try cheyyam..Njan ambazhanga achar mathrame taste cheythittullu and I love it..

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  13. that is definitely an interesting curry! sounds yummy!

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  14. Never heard of hog plum,curry looks delicious

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  15. thank u all for ur kind support

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  16. Should the skin be peeled off first?

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  17. There was an ambazhanga tree in the backyard of my grandmother's home and my aunt used to pickle it. yum.. they are called "June Plum" at the Asian market where I shop for veggies and I picked up a few and ate it with salt and green chilies...yum...I didn't know you could make curry with it...I will have to try this :)

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