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Monday, April 16, 2012

Neer Mor Recipe - Neer Moru - Spiced Buttermilk

Neer More is a  traditional drink prepared for Sri Rama Navami and Sumangali Pooja.

I love buttermilk either the traditional creamier version which is the liquid left after churning the butter out of cream or neer more as known as Neer mor in tamil , sambharam in malayalam and chaas in hindi.Its a very common drink in southindia especially during summers. Best way to beat the summer esp a good healthy alternate to the aerated drinks.
Neer More Recipe

Neer More(Spiced Buttermilk) Recipe - Ingredients
Serves 2
  • Thick Curd(Yogurt) -1 cup
  • Water - 2 cups
  • Coriander leaves - 2 tsp chopped finely
  • Salt - to taste
To grind coarsely:
  • Jeera - 1 tsp
  • Green Chillies - 1
  • Ginger - a small piece chopped
To temper:
  • Mustard seeds - 1/2 tsp
  • Hing(Perungayam) - a generous pinch
  • Curry leaves - 5 to 6 chopped
  • Oil - 1/2 tsp
Neer More Recipe
Method:
1.Take curd in a bowl, add water and churn it well with a whisk or use a traditional mathu as I've used here.
Neer More Recipe - Step1

2.Grind the ingredients under 'to grind' to a coarse paste using a hand mortar or pestle. Add the paste to the buttermilk prepared.Set aside. Heat oil in a kadai and temper the items listed under 'to temper'
Neer More Recipe - Step2

3.Add it to the buttermilk along with salt and chopped coriander leaves. Chill it for 30mins, your spiced buttermilk is ready to be served.
Neer More Recipe - Step3
You can strain and serve or serve it as such according to our preference.
Neer More Recipe

My Notes:
  • Neer more is watery as the name calls. May be you can adjust quantity of water as per your liking.
  • You can refrigerate the buttermilk after it is prepared or use chilled curd

Spiced Buttermilk Recipe


Written by: SHARMILEE J

32 comments:

  1. Its always wonderful thrist quencher to beat the heat...Yet to post mine :) Slurrrp:)

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  2. I make a big pot of this every day 2 drink...just love it..chk ur ingredients,u mentioned curry instead of curry leaves

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  3. Nothing like a cool glass of more on a hot summer day!!

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  4. Super way to beat the heat. waiting to post my version !!

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  5. spiced buttermilk looks so good

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  6. Nice drink to beat the summer :)

    Vardhini
    CooksJoy

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  7. Perfect for any time. I love neer mor seasoned or unseasoned.

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  8. wow...u know how to make a simple neer more look so delicious and tempting...:-) good clicks

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  9. Yummy!!! Loved the way you have presented the lassi. :)

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  10. love the presentation.. Dil maange more !! :)

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  11. Love it a lot,Lovely pot :) but I filter everything and then drink, hehe...

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  12. my mother makes buttermilk exactly like this... weird :-)

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  13. Refreshing moru, and that pot looks so beautiful..

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  14. perfect drink for this climate. So refreshing..

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  15. love masala majjige as we call this in Kannada. Wanting to drink it now.

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  16. perfect for this weather and tempting clicks....

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  17. wow perfect for the summer ....... awesome clicks .......

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  18. Buttermilk is good option to combat heat.

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  19. hi,
    lovely pictures and yummy refreshing drink for summer

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  20. Yumm, I make. A lot of this in the summer!!

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  21. Refreshing buttermilk sharmi, i like the pot too. The color is so contrasting with the background. Nice pic.

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  22. Nice pictures. My family loves this version of butter milk. It is so refreshing in summers!

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  23. refreshing drink for the sunny days :)

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  24. a healthy thirst quencher to beat this heat. nicely presented

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  25. luvly click ,sharmilee...perfect for the hot day..

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  26. Beautiful clicks Sharmi, wat a prefect drink to beat the heat..

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  27. I too make like this. perfect and simple cooler :)

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  28. Best for the summer :) Love it. I have a slightly over decorated version. Will try to post it too :)

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  29. Damn, when I see that "more kadayarthu", I get my Paati's more nyabagam :( My paati used to make a nice cheese cream more from good thayir :) I want that now :( :( And the more pictures and the vessels look good and traditional above :) Cheers to you guys for sharing.

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  30. We prepared this buttermilk today and it was sooooo tasty with all the blended spices.
    For this hot summer it gives a divine taste to beat the heat and we are going to make this refreshing drink everyday.
    Thanks for sharing this recipe.

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