Thursday, July 21, 2011

Gojju Ambode..( Vada in Coconut Curry ).

Gojju Ambode is made of Channa Daal and put in to the coconut gravy. It taste yemmy and can be eaten at any time of the day.
Ingredients :
Channa Daal : 1 cup
Green Chilly : 3
Coriander Leaves : 2 Table spoons
Curry Leaves : 2 Table spoons
Ingh or Asafoetida : a pinch
Salt : to taste
Ginger : An inch
Oil : 1 cup ( to fry)
Coconut: 1 Cup
Coriander seeds : 1 Table spoon
Red Chilly : 3
Jeera: 1/2 Tea spoon
Tamarind pulp: 1 Table spoon
Water : 1 Cup

Method :

Wash and soak Channa Daal in water for 1 hour. Drain all the water and grind with ginger , curry leaves , coriander leaves and green chillies. Add salt according to the taste .
Remove dough from the jar and place in a bowl.
Keep a pan on the fire. Put cooking oil and heat . Take a little portion of the ground dough and pat slightly on your palm and then fry in the oil until its done. ( Both side should be cooked).
At time you can fry 4 to 5 Vadas. Fry on medium heat so that it will be cooked properly.
Keep the Vadas in a plate or bowl.

Procedure of Coconut Curry : Grind coriander seeds , coconut , jeera , red chillies and tamarind pulp together with little water. Remove from the jar and add required water and salt
and boil it thoroughly . Add a pinch of turmeric powder to the curry while its boiling . Let it boil for 4 to 5 minutes and then add the fried Channa Vadas to the Coconut Curry and boil for 3 to 4 minutes. Now remove the Gojju Ambode from the vessel and place in a bowl . Add cut coriander leaves and serve Gojju Ambode ...

Note : Add only little water to grind Channa daal . The dough should be thick and rava consistency . Add only required water to the coconut curry also . It should not be watery. Boil the coconut curry nicely and then add the Vadas.

10 to 12 Vadas can be served.

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