- Kollu – 1 cup
- Red Chillies – 4 to 5 Nos
- Black Pepper – 1 teaspoon
- Jeera – 1 teaspoon
- Salt – 1 teaspoon
Fry the listed ingredients (except salt) separately one by one and cool it.
Add salt and grind to a fine powder.
This can be eaten mixed with hot rice along with a teaspoon of ghee or gingelly oil.
This looks so tasty. I am not sure I have seen 'horse gram' in it's regular form…
Horse gram is available in all stores. However, people think this is meant only for feeding horses and some people do not like the taste. However, due to its medicinal value, we can have it in our diet.
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Hi Saraswathi Iyer,
Thank you very much for nominating me for the award.
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Hi Viki's Kitchen,
Thank you for visiting my site. All the above recipes and pictures are taken from my website http://www.kamalascorner.com. I have requested "samayalblog" to give link to my site. But they have not done yet.
Your blog is wonderfully organized and I loved it completely. There is a wealth of information in it and I intend to follow it keenly.
Wish you a very happy Karthigai Deepam 🙂
Thank you Divya Shankar. I too wish you and your family a very Happy Karthigai Deepam.
Thanks for visiting my blog 🙂 I tried out Kollu podi today at home, it came out very well and is super tasty. Will serve very handy to mix with rice and have. I am thinking of adding one spoon of this when I make rasam at home, what say?
Lovely recipe and thanks so much for sharing such useful recipe with all.
http://foodiessphere.blogspot.com/2011/12/some-dry-grinding-there.html , have written a short mention of the above recipe.
Mrs. Kamala, how to make molagaipudi which tamilians make which is eaten along with idli or dosa.
You can check out the recipe for molagaipudi at http://www.kamalascorner.com/2007/01/idli-milagai-podi.html
Dear Kamala mam,
You have a wonderful blog filled with authentic, wonderful dishes. Kollu podi seems to be an interesting recipe but could you also kindly post kollu paruppu and Kollu rasam recipes? Thanks a ton.
how can make kollu rasam ?