Sunday, January 9, 2011

Kappa with Onion Chutney


Ingredients:
Kappa/Tapioca: 1 kg
Salt: to taste
water:

Method:
Clean and cut tapioca into medium pieces. Pour water in a big vessel, add the tapioca. Allow it to boil. Add salt. Cover and cook till soft. Remove from fire and drain the excess water.


Ingredients for Onion Chutney:
Onion: 1 big
Red chilli powder: 1 tbsp
Vinegar: 1tbsp
Salt: to taste
Coconut oil: 1/2 tbsp

Method:
Chop onion into thin pieces. Pour vinegar to this and mix well with hands. Add salt, red chilli powder and coconut oil. Mix well and serve with kappa


29 comments:

  1. Just drooling here, cant take my eyes from that chunky onion chutney..

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  2. very different combo. never knew kappa is eaten this way too. the chutney looks delish.

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  3. This chutney looks so tempting...

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  4. Used to have this often in Kerala...

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  5. Adipoli kappaum ulli chammanthium vayil kothivarunu.

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  6. First time here.Loved your blog. The Kappa and onion chutney looks fab.

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  7. It is mouthwatering looking at the photo, yummy!

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  8. Very interesting..and looks so tempting ..

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  9. Dear Jaisy
    How are you! I have never eaten boiled tapioca and want to try some day. I like the chutney recipe.
    Now let me see what great dishes i have missed,,I can see below a crab dish is waiting for me :-)
    Have a nice week

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  10. another yummy dish after that crab one. wonderful.

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  11. Aa randamathe picile kappa kandittu kothi sahikkan pattunilla ketto...Kappayum chutneyum adipoli!

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  12. my fav combo...very very tempting..

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  13. That's nostalgia in a platter for me...adipoli combo

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  14. Tempting click jaisy!! kothi vannitu vayya..Adipoli!!

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  15. best way to eat cassava our favourite
    delicious picture

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  16. thante chammanthi version is like the instant ulli pickle we make :-) kappa-ulli chammanthi combo looks good!

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  17. eeshoye!!!
    ithu ippo parcel cheyyanam !!!!
    kothiyavunnu!!

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  18. Your chutney looks delicious. It is also gorgeous to look at. It adds wonderful color to the table. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  19. What a fantsatic preparation I can't take my eyes off the chutney*drools* the presentation is brilliant too!!!

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  20. I have had kappa before but not with onion chutney .I must try this combo .Sounds interesting

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  21. jaisy, we had this at home today.. simply splendid.

    am hosting an eventhttp://recipesfortheverydaywoman.blogspot.com/2011/01/delicious-desserts-annoucement-and.html

    ally

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