KOLLU PARUPPU/URULI CHUTNEY/THUVAYAL/ horse gram recipes

KOLLU PARUPPU/URULI CHUTNEY/horse gram recipes

HORSE GRAM RECIPESAmazing legume with a brownish tint adds a power packed sharpness by its own.Thinking of loosing weight then use horse gram once in every weak.Its nutritional value is tripled when it is germinated.Invariably on all the Saturdays my mummy used to prepare this as a main course for lunch.It will go well with white rice served with few drops of ghee.When we boil sprouted horse gram the water in it can be either ground along with other spices or can be made into rasam  which tastes heavenly.

Horsegram recipes/uruli paruppuThis horse gram recipes are one of the traditional and authentic dish in both my mother and in-laws house.Kollu paruppu is tastier only when we use sprouted gram.You will definitely feel the difference when you do this thuvayal/paruppu.vadakam used in this recipe is available in all grocery stores which adds extra flavor to it. In our home we use this regularly in our cooking.Those days my Patti used to do this vadakam using small onions once in a year and store,but nowadays we buy it in stores.For horse gram sprouts it has to be soaked for 8 hrs usually over night.Then they are strained and tied tightly in a cloth to germinate for one full day.

YOU CAN CHECK HERE FOR DETAILED INSTRUCTION OF HOW TO SPROUT HORSE GRAM.

KOLLU PARUPPU/URULI CHTNEY/THUVAYAL

Total Time: 48 hours, 15 minutes

KOLLU PARUPPU/URULI CHTNEY/THUVAYAL

Ingredients

  • Horse gram/kollu/uruli (sprouted)- 1 cup
  • green chilles - 2-3
  • coriander seeds - 2 tblsp
  • small onions - a fistfull
  • salt to taste
  • For seasoning :
  • Little oil
  • mustard seeds - few
  • vadakam - some
  • curry leaves - some

Instructions

  1. Take one cup of sprouted horse gram.
  2. Add green chillies,coriander seeds and small onions with salt and pressure cook.
  3. The left over water can be used for rasam or ground along with paruppu.
  4. Now add the seasoning and grind and your are ready to serve with rice and little ghee.

Notes

If you don't want seasoning to be ground you can add it after grinding. This paruppu is served along with ghee and hot rice. Even if we avoid adding ghee it tastes great.

This recipe is submitted for cooking with only-grains and it is a challenge for April month

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