Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Garlic Yogurt Sauce (Beluli Thambli)

Wanted to clear some of bookmarked recipes and this came to me at first sight. I had bookmarked SJ's garlic yogurt sauce long back and had totally forgotten abt it. I tried and it was a nice combo even for plain rice - a mix of chutney and raita it is...totally luved the taste!

Garlic Yogurt Sauce
Ingredients:
Curd/yogurt - 1 cup
Grated coconut - 2 tbsp
Garlic cloves -2
Jeera - 1 tsp
Red Chillies - 1
Salt to taste
Oil - 2 tsp

Method:
1.Heat oil in a tawa. Add garlic and saute till it turns light brown.
2.Now add the red chillies and jeera saute it for 3mins.Roast coconut for 2mins and allow it to cool.
3.Blend the above with 1/2 cup of yogurt to a fine paste. Add the remaining yogurt to the paste, salt to taste. Mix well.
Garlic Yogurt Sauce
4.Serve with hot rice. This will go well even with rotis and pulav's!
But I cudnt resist myself so drank half of it myself before I served them with rice :)
Written by: SHARMILEE J

36 comments:

  1. Garlic yogurt sounds amazing!

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  2. Gorgeous Yogurt sauce! Time saving recipe.

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  3. Fantastic garlic and yogurt sauce...quick to whip out..

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  4. delicious curry !!! Yogurt and garlic is a good combination!!!

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  5. Interesting recipe, for some reasons the photos are not coming up. Check it out.

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  6. That looks fantastic, unfortunately I am allergic to garlic :-(

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  7. that sounds really mouthwatering!

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  8. This is a different sauce..thanks for sharing this...will try it soon :)

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  9. love the garlic taste ..will try this

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  10. I can;t see the pic but the recipe sounds interesting!

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  11. Very new recipe with yog and coco- pic are not loading will check later!

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  12. Somehow the pic got deleted now fixed it up!

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  13. I love garlic and this sounds like an awesome dip...

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  14. Sounds new to me..Looks creamy and yummy...

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  15. thanks for visiting :) nice chutney/raita combo? recipe!

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  16. Thanks for being my follower,ur lovely comment helped me to take a peek at ur blog,I must say u have an amazing blog,nice collection of recipes,creativity is at its best...

    Will be here more often...

    Njoy Blogging n Happy Cooking...

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  17. Tambli looks really good.We make dish similar to it called moru curry.

    Thanks for visiting my blog

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  18. Hi Sharmi, entirely a new dish..easy to make also..happy to have found you..you got a very lovely space..am following you dear

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  19. Tambli sounds amazing!This is a comforting curry..all time fav of mine, but your version is different :-)

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  20. Dear Sharmilee..
    Thanks for visiting my blog and for ur lovely comments! You have an amazing blog and delicious recipes.
    And you seem to be quite a good photographer.
    And tips about photography..was simply..much useful! I am a very bad photographer..Learnt a lot from yours about ISO.
    And loved browsing through your blog.
    Added you to my blog list!

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  21. @Kalai : Thanks for those encouraging words, it all comes up by experience.Do stay tuned for the photography series coming in soon!

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  22. Thanks a lot for visiting my blog and for ur encouraging comments..

    Sauce looks very temting!!

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  23. oh very new dish to me. sounds yummy with rice..can't wait to try.

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  24. The sauce looks very tempting, Sharmilee!

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  25. Thambli has come out well... Lovely color and very comforting!!!

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  26. Do you know how to make onion thambli. I used to enjoy that! This looks good too.

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  27. Garlic yogurt recipe is new to me,Tastes great with pulav

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  28. Thanks for visiting my blog. You have a nice blog too. Your pictures are very good. Your passion is truly visible in your pictures and presentation.

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  29. Its very very new to me,sounds good,should try it out soon!

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  30. Dear Sharmilee, what a lovely space you have! You have very neat pics and recipes. Great work! :)
    Thanks for stopping by my blog!

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