If you liked this, share this with your friends & family... Tell me something… do you feel cranky, irritated etc etc on some days that you (or the people around you) might wonder whether you woke up from the wrong side of the bed? https://recipesaresimple.com/tomato-curry-with-coconut-milk-simple-kerala-style Feb 8, 2017 - Ingredients: Vendakka/Okra- 15- 20 Tomato- 2, chopped finely Shallots/Onion- 10 Garlic- 2-3 Coconut milk-1 1/2 cup Green chilly- 3 Chilly powder- 3/4 tsp Turmeric powder- 1/3 tsp Coriander powder- 1 tsp Fenugreek powder-1/3 tsp Vinegar- 1 tsp Curry leaves Mustard seeds- 1/2 tsp Method: Cut okra into small pieces. Add water if needed to keep moist. Beautiful, I sometimes make this paal curry with spicy meat dishes looks yumm Julie. Thank you Smita :) Hope you get to try this soon and like it too.. hahahha.. interesting read maria… i did this recently .. not mak vendakka curry.. but i went for vendakka pachadi.. u wont believe navin took a serving and hwen he knew it was vendakka , the poor thing got dumped… i love vendakka and i have again bought some more.. and he was like..why bhindi? She never used cashews but after simmering coconut milk she would break few eggs directly into the vendakaya curry. Heat the oil in a pan and add the sliced onion pieces, dried red chillies and curry leaves. Add the 2nd milk or thin coconut milk,adjust salt to taste.Cover and simmer for 4-5 mins until the okra cooks up well and the sauce thickens.Add in the lemon juice,adjust salt if required. Looking forward for more and more yummy dishes. it’s so true that we end up not cooking what our hubs/kids dislike! Finally,add the thick coconut milk on low flame and give a quick stir,switch off flame. I think it's mainly because the best reward for cooking is seeing a smile on somebody's face when they eat the food cooked by you. We loved her egg and vendakaya curry very much. Loved the recipe too…will try it soon. We do speed tests for the site on a regular basis and it shows good results. Add thin coconut milk and salt. But then the “happy hormones” started working… I came back to the Okra recipe page. This curry looked so flavorful and I wanted to make it for Dosai someday. once sauted well, add meat masala n tomato… cook in thin coconut milk till done n then add thick coconut milk n freshly pounded pepper (chathacha pepper).. Will try ur version n let u know, n okra is not loved by hubby too along with bringal though he likes the chaaru of this curry. Thank u soo much for ur chicken biryani recipe.. I am coming with my plate of rice now... to have it with this delicious paal curry... Okra in coconut milk..Wow interesting and yummy, Very tempting okra curry..... pass me some.... :), Delicious curry. Vendakka thakali curry or vendakka palu curry is Vendakka/okra and thakali/tomato cooked in coconut sauce. Clean and cut the okra or ladies finger into thin lengthy pieces. Vendakka or ladies finger is rich and nutritious with vital nutrients required for body. Pour this into the pot and put salt. hope u doing good.. great job wid the blog.. keep it going. For all veg curries(ozhichu curry) from Kerala,click this, Thalassery Chicken Biriyani (Step by step pictures), Cherupayar curry | Healthy combo with Puttu(Steamed rice flour) | Green Gram(Moong Bean) Curry, Drumstick Curry (Kerala style) | Muringakka Thengarachu Curry, Kallappam (Vellayappam) -Step By Step Pics | Rice Pancakes (without Yeast), Homemade Rice Flour(Step wise Pics) | How to make rice flour at home ?? Thanks Twinsy dear :) Hope you are doing great. Thanks a lot for your comment! © www.erivumpuliyumm.com. | Puttu Podi | Idiyappam Podi, Pacha Manga Curry | Raw Mango Curry (Kerala Style), Dates Pickle | Eenthappazham Achar (Malabar Style). Wash the okra under running water and wipe them dry with a paper towel(reduces stickiness).I used the variety we find here in US and so they were small.I could have used the whole as a single piece but I cut in half.If its Indian variety cut in half to get 2" pieces. Vendakka Curry – Okra In Spicy Coconut Milk Gravy This easy to make Kerala style curry pairs amazingly well with rice. After marriage we always end up making what our husbands prefer and slowly in the process we forget ourselves, our likes and dislikes etc etc.. Okra – ¼ kg Onions – 1, big Oil – 3 small spoons Green chillies – 4 2. Yeah, I like Vendakka paalu curry, we make a similar version at home, but I think we call it Vendakka mappas or pappas…. It's ok to love yourself at times ;), Btw, if you are newly married or at the beginning stage of your relationship, the above said things are not applicable for you. * Use only coconut oil for this traditional curry for getting the authentic tastes. Since I wasnt very happy with “my attitude” for the day, I wanted to do something to cheer up myself and checking out my cookery books seemed like a good idea. Will try it sometime when I’m in a mood to bug Jose ;), haha I so enjoy your writing Maria! (read it in Vendakka Aksharam :), Hi Maria, I liked the write-up and I totally agree with it. Lady’s finger fried and cooked in spicy coconut and yogurt based gravy. Hi. Aug 15, 2015 - Vendakka thakali curry or vendakka palu curry is Vendakka/okra and thakali/tomato cooked in coconut sauce. So the very simple adn yummy vendakka curry is … https://secretindianrecipe.com/recipe/vendakka-mappas-okra-coconut-milk How come he can force me to eat the things I dont like (read fruits) saying that it's healthy and I cant do the same to him. Heat oil in a panContinue Reading Vendakka Moru Curry | Fried Okra in Yoghurt-Coconut Milk Curry Thanks and continue doing the same. An assortment of pungent ingredients like ginger, garlic, curry leaves, etc., perk up the coconut milk, turning it from a mellow ingredient into a mouth-watering gravy for the ladies finger. This is a dish similar to my mom’s. Ok, I need to tell you something else… if you are thinking Okra is my fav veggie and I miss eating it because of Jose,well… that's not the case. Nice to know that you enjoy cooking and I’m glad you found this space :) Thanks a lot for trying the recipe and also for posting a comment here.. Dear Maria… Love your posts, especially what you write before the recipe :) I had been in Bahrain for more than half of my life, reading your blog somehow brings be a bit of Bahrain and I love it too.. Keep going!
vendakka thakkali curry with coconut milk