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Veggie Molagutal
  • Veggie Molagutal is a famous kerala brahmin dish. This is a delicious recipe and can be used as a side dish for sambar or it can be mixed with hot rice. The taste is blend of vegitables and lentil. Some add coconut as well.


Pudalangaai(Snake Gourd)1/2
Vazhaikaai(Raw Banana)1/2
Red Chilli1
Pepper1/2 Teaspoon
Moon Dal/Thur Dal1 Cup
SaltTo Taste
HingA Pinch
Turmeric Powder1/4 teaspoon

For Seasoning:
Mustard1 Teaspoon
Urdhal3/4 Teaspoon
Oil1 Teaspoon
  • Pressure cook the Dal and smash it and keep it aside
  • Finely chop all the vegetables and keep it aside
  • Heat some oil in pan and add pepper and red chilli and fry till the pepper starts to sputter. Add these to the mixer
  • Grind the above ingredients to a fine paste
  • In the pan, add the chopped vegetables and add water and turmeric. Let the vegetables cook for sometime
  • When the vegetables are half cooked, add the ground paste and required salt
  • Let the mixture boils for sometime till all the vegetables are cooked completely
  • Now add the smashed Dal and stir it well. When the molagutal starts to boil, remove from flame and pour it in a vessel
  • In a separate pan, heat some oil and add mustard seeds. When the mustard seeds starts to boil, add urdhal and fry until it turns to golden brown color
  • Add the seasoned ingredients to the molagutal
  • Now the delicious veggie molagutal is ready to serve with hot rice.

  • Brahmin Vathkuzhambu made easy now!. Prepare the Vathakuzhambu podi and use it whenever you want to make Vathakuzambu. This recipe is requeted by one of the fan of this website and i hope this will helpful to everyone. If you are leaving your husband alone for some days then leave this podi with your husband, and it can be very handy for your husband to make vathakuzhambu when you are not there.
Whole black Pepper1/4 Cup
Urdhal1 Cup
Curry Leaves1 handfull
Red Chili2 cups

  • Heat 1 teaspoon of oil in a heavy bottomed pan, and add red chillies and fry for a while and take it in a mixer
  • Heat another teaspoon of oil in the pan and add urdhal, pepper and curryleaves and fry till the dhal becomes golden brown color
  • Allow the fried ingredients to cool off.
  • Now grind all the above fried ingredients in a mixer to a fine powder
  • Now the vathakuzmambu podi is ready to use
How to use vathakuzhambu podi ?

  • Take small lemon size tamarind and soak it in water and extract the tamarind juice and keep it aside
  • Heat 2 teaspoon of ghee and add mustard seeds. When the mustard seeds starts to sputter, add , a pinch of hing and curry leaves and fry until the dal turns golden brown color.
  • To this add either sundakaai or manathakali vathal and fry for a while
  • Now add the tamarind extract along with 4 spoon of vathakuzhambu podi and salt and allow the mixture to boil till the raw smell goes off
  • If the boiled vathakuzhambu mixture is very dilute we can add raw rice flour to make it to a thick consistency
  • finally we can add 1 teaspoon of jaggery to the vathakuzhambu. Now the delicious vathakuzhambu is ready to serve with hot rice.
You can also try Vathakuzhambu without podi here


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