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Sunday, July 26, 2009

Palli Podi/Peanut Powder

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Ingredients:-

White Sesame seeds (til) 1 cup

Oil 2 tbsp

Red chillies 1 cup

Urad dal 1 1/2 cups

Chana dal 3/4 cups

Peanuts, roasted and skinned 1/2 cup

1 tbsp Salt 1 tbsp

Method:-

Roast sesame seeds in a dry frying pan over moderate heat till golden and remove from pan.

Pour 1 tbsp oil into pan and heat through. Add red chillies and fry for 1-2 min, remove from pan and set aside.

Pour remaining oil into pan and heat through. Add dals and fry till golden.

Mix all ingredients together and grind to a coarse powder.

Store in a air tight container and use as required.

This recipe is given to me by friend lubna,i had this with idly and the taste is awesome.

I am sending this to JFI-Peanuts hosted by Pavani of Cook's Hideout, event started by Indira of Mahanandi

23 comments:

  1. WOW!!... My fav podi... looks soo tempting and spicy... lovely presentation... :)

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  2. hi varunavi,
    I love this podi, goes well with so many dishes :)What I made was different shall try ur version too :)
    Thanks

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  3. Looks so yummy Sarita... nice pic :)

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  4. This is completely a new recipe to me...with sesame seeds and peanuts..brilliant idea.

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  5. I know this will be so great with idli as well as dosa.....mmmmmmm yummmmmm!!!

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  6. Palli podi my hubby s fav. nice flavorful podi looks great Saritha perfect with dosa and idli naa... yum yum.

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  7. Palli podi looks easy to make and delicious. Thanks for sending this over to JFI: Peanuts.

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  8. wow the powder looks wonderful ... good one ...

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  9. Yumm...this sounds like a great alternative to the regular mulaga podi.

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  10. Wow that is a lovely peanut powder! Definitely great with idlis!

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  11. i just came back from my frnds house she served coriander seeds powder with dosa that was awesome too but i never tried peanut powder..but love the taste of peanut so i bet this will taste gr8 too

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  12. ohh, palli podi na eppudu vinaledu. vinadaniki chala bavundi. I will try this.

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  13. Lovely spicy powder, would love to have some with hot rice and ghee.

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  14. Looks so yummy and spicy. Nice click.

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  15. Thanx Hari chandana,suparna,padma,shailaja,ann and aruna :)

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  16. Mahimma,rekha,pavani,kalyani,poornima,pooja,preetythanx :)

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  17. thanx Andhraflavous,valar and a2z :)

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  18. Looks delectable....I commented here on sunday....i don't know why my comment did not post here.....

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  19. great combination i guess goes well with dosa and idli

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  20. i followed this recipe to the dot and it sucked! u sure this is palli podi? i had to improvise by adding salt, dont say that its obvious. actually other ingredients overwhelmed pallis.

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  21. Each house has got there own recipe of podis,this is tried and tested recipe of my friend's house and it what i make it regularly in my house and it surely tasted more of peanuts then the other ingredients.Just tell me what are the quantities u took?

    Salt hences the taste,when u say u had to add salt to improvise the taste then the amount of salt depends once taste.
    Thanx for the feedback.

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