Thursday, March 22, 2007

Cabbage Poriyal

When I took pictures of my cabbage poriyal my " always" supporting hubby made a comment- " Wow. Very soon you are going to post how to boil water and how to make boiled eggs". I did not know what to say. Luckily I came across Injimanga's "cabbage thoran". I was so happy to see my exact thoughts being posted there. Thanks InjiManga.

Ingredients:
Cabbage- 2 cups(shredded)
onion- 1/4 (chopped)
red chillies-2
curry leaves- few
coconut- 1/4 (shredded)

Procedure:
Heat oil and fry mustard seeds,urad dal and channa dal. Then fry onions,turmeric, red chillies and curry leaves . Now add cabbage and stir fry for sometime. Then add very little water and required salt.Cook till the vegetable is done but still crisp. Finally add shredded coconut and cook till dry.

5 comments:

Asha said...

Looks great Kribha!:))

Actually,all bloggers have this dish one tome or the other because it's quick and tasty.Good one.

Inji Pennu said...

First of all Kirba, you should realise "Men are from Mars" . They are totally clueless species. :)

Jokes apart, I do think food blogging is all about simple homely foods. If we want to make ala Frech or something, we would get a good cookbook, right? Not that we shouldnt make complicated dishes, but simple homely food is what makes food blogging so unique.

Yes, you should know there are people who asked me how to boil eggs. So, go ahead and put a post on that. How to get the perfect boiled egg.

The Queen of Indian food blogs have numerous posts like those, how to make curd, etc etc. So you see simple techniques and recipes will make us feel we are visiting a home not a restaurant. Thats what food blogs are, should feel like visiting a home. :)

Take care
Inji Pennu (O btw, it looks like my husband and yours went to the same school! ) :)

Welcome to Food Blogging.

Kribha said...

Hi asha,
good to see you again. yes, it's indeed a very easy curry. I make it all the time as I'm lazy for an elaborate cooking most of the time.

Hi Inji,
I had a good laugh after reading your comment. Waiting to show it to my hubby when he comes home. Thanks for visiting.

Inji Pennu said...

Dear Kribha,
I feel quite ashamed now. I thot you were new to Food Blogging. Now when I look at your blog, you have 58 posts! Oh my God! Girl, where were you all these days? I never knew your blog existed. You have such a wonderful blog with a lot of recipes. Wow! I am double thrible impressed. So happy to have found your blog.

I went through your blog and have lot of questions. What is peerkingai and sepakizhangu etc? When you put the name in Tamil, even if you dont know the English, could you please please post the picture of the ingridient too? That way, you know people like me will know what it is. Hope you activated to get comments in email, so even If I put comments on the old posts, you will get it?

You even have calamari! You are my kinda girl! Thanks a lot for blogging! Loved your blog!

Kribha said...

Hi Inji,
Thank you so much for your kind words. Really I am a new blogger ...two months old. Actually, for a long time I felt very shy to comment on others blog as I am not a good writer. I have always wondered how you all(my senior bloggers) write such good stories before each recipe.Still, I loved to get to know you all. So I thought...ok let me make myself visible. That's my story.

BTW, I'm sorry to write the vegetable names in tamil. I do not know the name in English. will surely take picture of those ingredients and update the post.
Thanks again for visiting.