Wash and remove the skin from yam. Cut it into small pieces. Add little water and pressure cook for two whistles. When it is cool, open the cooker, drain the excess water and using a thick spoon mash it nicely. To the mashed yam, add tamrind juice, sambar powder, turmeric powder, salt and little water and cook it on medium flame. Grind the coconut gratings coarsely and add to the masiyal.
Season it with mustard, chopped onion and curry leaves.
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Looks tempting…Am sure it tastes great as well!
Thank you for visiting my site and your comments. Yes. It tastes good and goes well with Rasam Sadam.
I think we could try this with potato also.
Good idea. Once you try, please let me know the feed back.
hai kamala ma’am,
I tried ur karamani curry today. it came out really well. my hus loved it. thank u
I have referred to your site now and then from the time I started cooking. It is a nice one. I had tried yam masiyal from your recipe and it turned out well. And I am sharing the recipe in my blog, hope you would not mind. Please let me know your feedback on my blog if you get to see it.
Thank you for referring my site. I checked your version of yam masiyal and it seems to be too good and I will also try that method.