Thursday, July 21, 2011

Uddina Hittu ( Using powdered raw Urid dal)

Uddina Hittu or Urid dal majjige gojju is one of the famous and favourite dish of many in South Canara.
Here I have used raw urid dal powder and fresh butter milk. I do prepare butter milk at home using my mixi jar. It churns out butter and after collecting butter the butter milk is used for preparing sweet/salt lassi and some time tambuli or other preparation of using butter milk.
Uddina hittu /Urid dal powder and curd curry goes well with plain raw rice and chapatis or rotis.
Let us see the recipe now :

Things needed:
Powdered Urd Daal : 1Tablespoon
Green Chilly : 1
Butter milk : 1 Cup
Ginger : An half inch
For seasoning :
Ingh : or Asafetida : a pinch
Maggige menasu ( Sandige Menasu ) :2
Oil: 1 Tea spoon
Mustard Seeds: 1 /2 Tea spoon
Urd Daal 1/2 Tea spoon
Curry leaves: 4 to 6
Coriander Leaves : 1 Table spoon
Edible Coconut Oil: 2 Table spoons

Method : 

1. Dry grind a tablespoon of urid dal till powder and remove from the mixi jar. Put it in a big bowl.
2. Wash and cut green chilly, curry leaves and coriander leaves.
3. Wash and remove the outer skin of ginger and wash it again. Grate it and put it with urid dal powder.
4. Add salt, cut green chilly   and coriander leaves. (Cut in to small pieces).
5.Add butter milk and mix it well.
6. Keep a pan on the fire and heat. Add one teaspoon of coconut oil.
7. Add mustard seeds, urid dal and let mustard seeds splutter.
8. Add curry leaves and ingh. Add sun dried green chilly and fry till it turn slightly black.
9. Pour this seasoning to the ready Uddina hittu.  Serve with plain raw rice.

Notes :

Do not eat this mosaru bajji/Gojju continuously. (Every day)
Adding of more chilly is optional. Use of butter milk is good for health. Use of coconut oil is optional.
Time : 10 Minutes.
Serves :2 to 3.

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