Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Peerkangai Thol Thuvayal / Ridge guard skin chutney - version 2

I am totally out of my mind for the past 4 days.Men in blue has been terrific in their performance and made me sit in front of the television till the finals.We enjoyed the finals in my friend's house.It was a big group cheering  and shouting for the Indian players.I cannot control my nerves after watching Dhoni's superb Six.That was the reason,I was completely out from my blogging world.From today,I will be active in blogging,sorry folk for not checking ur wonderful posts.Will check it from today.

I love to make chutney with the ridge guard skin.I used to prepare it differently.When I saw a different version on Divya's page,wanted to try them immediately.It was flavourfull and yummy.The addition of peanuts and sesame seeds made the wonder.Adding jaggery is completely to our taste.I have omitted that .My H enjoyed the chutney,to my surprise.Give it a try,u will love it with hot piping rice.

Recipe Source:   Divya's Recipe



Ingredients:
1.Ridge gourd Skin  -                    1
2.Red chillies           -                    4 to 5
3.Cumin Seeds          -                    1/2 tsp
4.Coriander Seeds     -                    1/2 tsp
5.Sesame Seeds         -                    3 to 4 tbsp
6.Tamarind                 -                    gooseberry size
7.Turmeric powder     -                    1/2 tsp
8.Jaggery                      -                   1 tbsp
9.Peanut                       -                    1 tbsp

For Seasoning   :
1.Mustard seeds              -            1/2 tsp
2.Red chillies                     -                1
3.Asafoetida / Hing            -            a pinch
4.Curry leaves                    -                  few
5.Oil                                   -            1/2 tsp


Method:
* Peel the skin of the ridge guard along with some flesh.
* Take a pan,add little oil and roast all the ingredients one by one.
* Now add the ridge guard skin and cook till it turns colour.
* Cool the roasted mixture completely .
* Grind them into a nice paste adding little water.
* Take another pan.add oil and splutter with the "Seasoning ingredients"
* Pour it over the grinded chutney and mix.
* Enjoy with white rice.

Sending this chutney to Aipi and Priya's "Bookmarked Recipes Events"

39 comments:

Pavithra said...

I love this i am seriously tempted now.. WOnderful and delicious combo.

Sharmilee! :) said...

This is sure tempting with rice ...with ghee am sure it would taste divine

Priya's Feast said...

Luv the healthy version of thovayal...luks so yummm...

Krithi's Kitchen said...

Superb thovaiyal... Grandma also makes this.. soo tasty.. Gonna try your version...

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divya said...

Wow..that looks super super tempting..nice recipe..

Nandini said...

Nice chutney! It tastes wonderful.

Swathi said...

Peerkangai thol thuvayal looks delicious very good with rice.

Smitha said...

we make this often!...healthy n yummy!
Smitha
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Suja Sugathan said...

Delicious chutney,healthy and yummy,beautiful clicks dear.

Rani acharyulu said...

Delicious chutney looks wonderful.

Chitra said...

good one.

Nithya said...

Love it so much with rice :) One of my most favorite in the thogayal category :)

Vidhya said...

That chutney look so tempting.Never tried the skin of ridge gourd in cooking.

Ila said...

awesome and tempting chutney :)

SravsCulinaryConcepts said...

So healthy and very wonderful chutney !!

Reshmi Mahesh said...

Super chutney...tempting me...

Priya said...

Love this thuvayal with rice porridge, i do add sesame seeds, but never peanuts,will give a try soon..

Now Serving said...

Beautiful thogayal! lovely color

Priya Sreeram said...

nice click savitha, the thuvayal is tempting me to make it !

SouthindianHome said...

Looks delicious

Valar Siva said...

Looks delicious!!! Mouth-watering...

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Prathima Rao said...

This is our fav at home!!! Urs looks so delicious!!
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shriannalakshmi said...

lovely colour and a different version.

Chandrani Banerjee said...

Looks nice thuvayal.....

Kurinji said...

My fav...Looks yummy Savi.

Prathibha said...

even I add peanuts n til to my chutney sometimes..it definitely gives nice taste to d chutney...looks yumm

Aruna Manikandan said...

looks healthy and delicious dear...
nice click :)

Jay said...

wow...love d clicks...divine ...:P
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Hari Chandana said...

This looks simply awesome.. thanks for sharing.. Yummyyy !!!
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Rekha shoban said...

thuvayal loooks yummy!!i love to eat with rasam rice yum yum!!

Biny Anoop said...

wow dat shd taste divine......

Plateful said...

The chutney looks too tempting, Savitha. And the picture adds beauty to the recipe, I have to say!

GEETHA ACHAL said...

எனக்கு ரொம்ப பிடித்த துவையல்..இட்லிக்கு சூப்பர்ப் காம்பினேஷன்...

Saras said...

Its my all time Fav.. Savi, Looks delicious with lovely click

schmetterlingwords said...

When I was staying in Chennai with friends, one of my friend used to prepare this chutney for Dosai. We all loved it.. Your chutney reminded me of her.. :-) Am glad I got the recipe!!

aipi said...

Will make this next time I make dosa- looks delicious!

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Padma said...

Love this thuvayal. Perfect with idli/ dosa or hot rice. Looks very yummy.

USHA said...

Thanks for the receipe at right time...recently got this veggie...i knew they do chutney with that but don't know receipe...so i just made kootu and threw away peel..

Now i can use it whole...

A little bit of everything said...

sounds like a delicious and flavorful dish

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