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Monday, January 21, 2013

Pudina Thogayal Recipe (without coconut) | Mint Thogayal

Pudina Thogayal Recipe
Pudina Thogayal is very rare at home as the lil one is fond of only anything coriander based either chutney / thogayal. But I love any variety of thogayal, infact I can survive with just thogayal and rice even if its daily :) Thogayal recipes are always handy when we run out of time and ideas for lunch. I paired the thogayal with thattapayir kuzhambu , rice and we had a hearty meal :)

Pudina Thogayal Recipe

Pudhina Thogayal Recipe - Ingredients

Preparation Time : 5 mins | Cooking Time : 10 mins | Serves : 2
Recipe Category: Sidedish | Recipe Cuisine: South Indian

Mint leaves - 1 cup
Red chillies- 4
Urad Dal - 2 tbsp
Tamarind - 1 tsp
Salt - to taste

Method:

  1. Roast urad dal, red chillies until golden brown, add tamarind. Rinse the mint leaves well to get rid of the dirt and add it.
    How to make rajma masala - Step1
  2. Saute along with other ingredients till the leaves reduces in volume. Cool down and grind it with little water to a thick paste to a thogayal consistency.Add required salt and mix well.
    How to make rajma masala - Step2
Store this in airtight container and consume it within 4-5 days.
Mint Thogayal

My Notes:

  • This is mildy spicy if you prefer add more red chillies.
  • You can store it in fridge after 2 days.
  • If you prefer to consume it within a day then you can use 1 tbsp of coconut.
  • Add sesame oil(nalennai) while serving it with rice.
Mint Thogayal


Written by: SHARMILEE J

31 comments:

  1. Love this chutney..my fav n love this with hot rice!

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  2. Simple and easy recipe with beautiful presentation.

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  3. one of my favourites. in fact, any thogayal is a hit with me! :)

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  4. Actually as you said i can survive for many days with rice and thogayal,beautiful thogayal,my fav.

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  5. yummy and it is my favourite.. can I hv some?
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  6. It will taste great in a sandwich,I think!

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  7. This is one my most fav, Though i love to have with curd rice, i love it more with biryanis. Love ur version and clicks

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  8. I love mint in any form...yummy chutney...

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  9. yummy its my favourite chutney...tastes good with hot hot upma :)

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  10. Another versatile recipe from you, can go with so many mains

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  11. i too love mint chutney & thogayal...great with hot rice n sesame oil...loved its color!

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  12. perfectly made and would love to try this

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  13. Looks yummy..and making me hungry..













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  14. Wowwwwwwww.. looks absolutely perfect and inviting.. awesome clicks too :)

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  15. I love mint thogayal, but in my case my hubby is off to it! I always end up making coriander thogayal instead :)

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  16. I wish I had this now with some crispy dosa's

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  17. Thats my fav and looks absolutely yumm :)

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  18. Dear Sharmi, Just the thing I was searching for, wow..... Super posts..
    God bless you.

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  19. Gr8 recipes, good that we can see the pics as well. Keep posting.

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  20. Hi Sharmi,

    This is a no oil recipe right?

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  21. Sharmi,

    I made this and it came out well.

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