Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Instant Mor Kuzhambu-More Kulambu Recipe (without coconut)-Indian Lunch Ideas

The mor kulambu which I have posted earlier is very popular not only in my family but even among many others. Many have tried and tested that kulambu and have written to me that they loved it very much.This is an instant recipe which can be prepared in just 5 minutes time and the good thing is it does not require coconut. You cannot expect this to taste as my earlier mor kulambu recipe but definitely you can consider it. Instant recipes like these comes in handy during the hectic morning hours. It is also called "Vedika vitta mor kulambu". This kulambu needs no vegetables also.

Instant Mor Kuzhambu

How to prepare Instant Mor Kulambu

Prep time - under 5 mins
Cook time - under 5 mins
Serves - 4

Ingredients needed 

Curd - 3 cups whisked or thick butter milk (should be a little sour)
Besan/ bengal gram flour/kadalai mavu - 1 tbsp or rice flour
Turmeric powder - 1/4 tsp
Sambar powder - 1 tsp

Ginger - 1 inch piece finely chopped
Green chilli - 1 finely chopped
Curry leaves - few

For the seasoning 

Oil - 2 tsp (you can use coconut oil if preferred for a nice aroma)
Mustard seeds -1 tsp
Hing - a pinch
Fenugreek seeds -1/4 tsp
Carom seeds/ajwain/Omam - 2 pinches (optional)

For garnishing 

Finely chopped Coriander leaves

Preparation

Whisk curd, add turmeric powder, besan, sambar powder and mix well without any lumps.

Method

Heat oil, add mustard seeds, when it splutters, add hing, fenugreek seeds, carom seeds, ginger, green chillies and curry leaves. Saute for 2-3 seconds.

Now keep the flame in low, then add buttermilk and salt needed. Let it boil for 5 minutes.

Switch off and garnish with coriander leaves. Serve with rice.

Kindly refer my lunch ideas page for the previously posted 10 Lunch ideas.
Our Sunday Lunch Menu # 11 (Indian Lunch ideas)

Usually we prepare paruppu usili for mor kulambu but brinjal curry is a fantastic combination for mor kulambu. Whenever I prepare mor kulambu, my daughter wants only brinjal curry. Do try this combination.You will love it for sure.

Indian Lunch Ideas
Indian Lunch Menu
White rice 
Phulka (phulka direct flame method -coming up soon) For now refer my Roti (tawa method)
Instant mor kulambu
Paruppu Rasam
Brinjal curry 
 Curd 
Appalam

Do check out the most popular Mor Kuzhambu recipe in my space.



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26 comments:

  1. Instant mor kuzhambu looks nice and no grinding required too ..will try this version

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  2. Delicious and comforting kuzhambu.
    Deepa

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  3. Thats a quick...i loved your tali click

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  4. I wishI can come your please this wonderful spread of meal.... Very nice

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  5. Yummyyy Yummm.. Loved the recipe.. Thanks for sharing :)

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  6. lovely spread...delicious recipe...

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  7. wow!looks superb and tempting clicks

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  8. Absolutely inviting lunch thali. Such a comfort and quick mor kuzhambu.

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  9. I was cooking this recipe years back.I forgot totally....I have been searching for the same easy mor kuzhambu....Now i got it...Really it would be yummy..Thnx for posting this recipe..Your lunch thali is delicious.....Keep going....

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  10. Hi Padhu, Nice recipe and I find lots of info in your blog.
    I make similar mor kuzhambu but without carom seeds and sambar powder. I use Jeeragam and redchilli powder instead. I think I will try your recipe. Just like your daughter, I too like Brinjal curry with More kuzhambu. The combination is really fantastic.

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  11. Thank u so much today I m going to prepare for my husband...

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  12. Hi. Most of the recipies I have tried is just by refering to your blog. Simple and easy yet very tasty! Simply fab. Thanks. Keep going:)

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  13. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ALL RECIPES. YOUR ALL RECIPES ARE MIND BLOWING. I WILL SURELY TRY IT AS I LOVE SOUTH INDIAN RECIPES. JUST ONE ADVICE - PLEASE WRITE DOWN ALL THE RECIPES OF YOUR ALL LUNCHES. SO THAT WE CAN ALSO MAKE THE SAME FOR OUR LUNCH.

    REGARDS RITU

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    1. Thank you so much Ritu for liking my recipes. You can find the link for all the recipes in Lunch menu in Lunch Menu page.

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  14. Really very useful recipies for married bachelor like me..( away from family on duty).

    Thanks Ms.Padhu.

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  15. very use recepies for a married bachelor ( away from family on duty) like me.

    Thanks a lot Ms.Padhu.

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