Mor kootu is a South Indian dish made with yogurt and vegetables. It is a light and flavorful dish, often served as a side dish with rice and other main dishes. The vegetables used in mor kootu can vary, but typically include vegetables like okra, ash gourd, pumpkin, or cucumber. The dish is seasoned with mustard seeds, cumin seeds, curry leaves, and sometimes ginger and green chilies. Coconut is also commonly added to give the dish a creamy texture and a slightly sweet flavor. Overall, mor kootu is a healthy and delicious way to incorporate more vegetables into your diet.
This tangy kootu is a delightful combination of yogurt and cucumber, creating a refreshing and flavorful dish. It serves as a perfect accompaniment to any Kara Kuzhambu, adding a cool and creamy element to the meal.
- Cooks in 70 minutesDifficulty: Easy
Looking for a flavorful main dish option? Try Brinjal Kara Kuzhambu! This dish is perfect when paired with rice and packed with delicious flavors.