July 8, 2010

Instant More Kuzhambu | Instant Buttermilk Gravy | Lunch in less than 15 minutes



More Kuzhambu comes in handy when you don't have the time for preparing any gravy for rice. This is MK 's version..My version is totally different check here for the same. I never had this until we came here. At first I was doubtful about it but when he prepared it, I liked it so much. As this version is easier and requires no grinding, we go for this when we are lazy to cook. Shweets loves this too !!!

You can also saute okra and add it to the kuzhambu. It adds more taste. Pappad or More Mizhagai would go very well with this and it will turn to be a good lunch in no time.

Preparation Time - 5 minutes

Cooking Time - 5 minutes

Serves - 4

Ingredients

Curd/Buttermilk - 2 cups
Coriander powder - 1 tsp
Chilly Powder - 1/2 tsp
Turmeric Powder - 1/4 tsp
Asafoetida - a pinch
Mustard - 1/2 tsp
Cumin seeds - 1/2 tsp
Curry leaves
Coriander leaves
Salt for taste
Oil - 1 tsp

Preparation
  • Add water to the curd and stir it until uniform consistency or use buttermilk and skip this step. Add salt and mix well.
Method
  • Heat oil, add mustard and allow it to splutter.
  • Add cumin seeds, curry leaves, asafoetida, turmeric powder, chilly powder, coriander powder in medium flame and saute until raw smell is gone. Make sure the powders does not get burnt.
  • Add the buttermilk and cook for 2 minutes in low flame. Do not overcook.
  • Garnish with freshly chopped coriander leaves. Serve with rice.
Notes
  • Do not allow the seasoning to be browned else the flavor will not be good.
  • Do not boil the gravy. The curd will be curdled. Just cook for 2 minutes.

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25 comments:

That is such a quick recipe dear. Never made this, had it once at friend's place, will try it out :)

I love more Kuzhambhu. Perfect for this weather too. BTW, I tried your hubby's sidedish(eggplant + plantain + Jalepenos). I totally adored that but my hubby didn't warm up to the veggie combo all the while wolfing it down. I made it one night and the same night everything got over. It was splendid!

Mor Kuzhambu,my all time fav,Luks deicious...

Quick and easy one. Looks delicious.

Never tried this version...Sounds yumm...

Love
Kairali sisters

my hubby cannot have rice without this. looks good and yummy. feel like having a bowl of rice now.

Such a mouthwatering and comforting dish!

really delicious one da.. like anytype of morukuzhambu.. this is so simple and best with rice

yeah.. this is always the easiest gravy to prepare :) Love the new recipe..

This version of moez kuzhambu sounds very quick, easy and delicious, thanks for sharing this version..

delicious dear...i too make this often

Looks gud...I never get my more kuzhambu rite :(

Nice mor kuzhambu recipe..Never tried or tasted it, bookmarked to try!!

Healthy n awesome recipe...I will certainly try this out and let u know..

More Kuzhambhu is a comforting dish to me. Looks very delicious..

Shabitha, first time here. You have such a wonderful blog. I find your blog layout too gud. Beautiful presentation too. Drop by my blog when you have time :).

Hey wow thats yummy one....i have heard of Kuzhambu but never tried it anytime.....need to give a trial once.....

I love More kuzhambu for two reasons,one for its taste and the other for its simplicity to make! I make this in weekends to spend less time in the kitchen ;)

Coming here from Nithu's blog..Gald to know abt you..Nice recipe collection here.

Gald to follow you.:)

my Fva..looks so delicious..

this i gotta try..its so super yummmyyy... loved ur blog and i would be very happy to follow u so that i keep track of all the super yummy recipes u make :)
do drop by at my small world of cooking @
http://neetzkitchen.blogspot.com
I would love u to drop in and pass ur thoughts and comments on mine :)..

Dear Sabitha,
Stumbled upon ur fab page...liked dis kuzhambu...n imagine hw good it must hv tasted.
U hv an excellent collecton of recipes.
BTW a cook n blogger fmdown under.
Following u, will be bk.
Cheers,
Chetana
www.myrecipegalore.blogspot.com

I love any curry made using curds/buttermilk. This one sounds interesting.

I had no idea that mor kuzhambu could be made like this (with no grinding) - Bookmarking to try.
Thanks!

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