The original recipe is from Tarla Dalal cookbook. But I used carrots instead of potatos and with slight modification in the ingredients, I prepared this soup and it is quite good for winter evening.
“Kosumalli”, also called as “Kosumbari” is prepared with mixing raw vegetables like carrot, cucumber, plantain stem pieces and soaked green gram dhal. It is prepared with single vegetable or with combination of two or three vegetables. Normally carrot kosumalli is served in almost all the South Indian Weddings.
Remove the skin from carrot and cut it into medium size pieces. In a kadai put the oil and when it is hot add Bengal gram and Urad dhals and fry till it turns light brown. Add red chillies, asafotida, tamarind and fry. Then add carrot pieces and fry just […]
Cook rice till soft (But not mushy). Put it in a plate or broad vessel and spread it. Sprinkle one or two teaspoon oil over it. Chop the ginger finely. Slit the green chillies lengthwise. Break the red chillies into small pieces. In a kadai put the oil and when […]
Scrap the skin from the carrot and cut it into small pieces. Chop the onion and green chillies. In a kadai put the oil and heat it. When it is hot add the mustard and when it pops up add the urad dhal, jeera, asafotida powder and fry till urad […]
To grind: Fresh ginger – small piece Garlic – 2 flakes Cashew Nuts – 10 Nos Khus Khus – 1 teaspoon Pottukadalai – 1 tablespoon Coconut gratings – 2 tablespoon Green chilli – 2 Nos (Wet grind all the above to a fine paste) For seasoning: Oil – 2 tablelspoon […]
Remove the skin from beet root and carrot and grate it. Chop the onion finely. In a kadai put the oil and when it is hot add mustard. When it pops up add uradh dhal, jeera, asafotida powder, red chillies broken into two or three pieces, curry leaves and fry […]