Friday, September 21, 2007

BottleGourd with Milk

Sometimes,tasty curries might not look and sound good. This is one such kind of curry/kura.I am sure all those who try this curry are going to make this one more than once.Making this is very easy and can be made in less than 15 Min's.

To make this curry,add and toast popu.Once dal is golden brown ,add peeled and finely chopped(bite size pieces) of bottle gourd and 2 tbsp or as required milk to cook gourd tender but not soft and mushy. When gourd pieces are tender and cooked season with required salt and add 2 tsp of grated jaggery or sugar for that extra taste if desired. I generally like this curry little bit sweet. It tastes divine when served with rice.

7 comments:

  1. Beautiful contrast of color, looks yum!:))

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  2. Madhavi....First time to ur blog....
    This Sorakaya curry with milk is something I do regularly....tastes great with Rotis :-)
    By the way I liked ur Carrot muffin recipe....Its fresh :-)

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  3. madhavi,
    this is something like poriyal rite. never made upperi with bottlegourd.thanks for sharing this easy and tasty recipe

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  4. @Asha! Thanks & this tastes yum too.
    @sirisha!
    Thanks for visiting . True said .these are all our everyday cooking recipes which were less commonly found on net before the widespread blogophere
    @Prajusha!
    Yes,this is kind of porial but little sweet zing.Thanks for visiting

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  5. Hi there you have a great blog,lovely recipes. Feel free to visit my blog too :)

    Jeena xx

    click here for food recipes

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  6. Madhavi, thanks for stopping by my blog & leading me here:-)
    You have some great recipes here & I am going to explore some more.

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  7. My mom makes it quite often, I never liked milk in the curry as it tastes a bit sweet but my brother use to love it. Probably I may like it if I make now. Thanks for reminding me of this.

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