Mixed Vegetable Poricha Kootu is a yummy stew. Rich in flavour of mixed vegetables and a wonderful taste. Poricha kootu is a very good side dish for any Thugayal varieties or even with Sambar and Rasam


Mixed Vegetable Poricha Kootu
Mixed Vegetable Poricha Kootu

Preparation Time10 mins
Cooking Time 30 mins
Servings4

Ingredients :
Carrot
Potato1
Beans10
Peas1/4 Cup
Cucumber1
SaltTo Taste
Turmeric Powder1/2 teaspoon
Moong dal3 tablespoon

Ingredients for Grinding:
Oil2 teaspoon
Red Chilli1
Pepper Corns1 teaspoon
Cumin Seeds1/2 teaspoon
Grated Coconut1 tablespoon

Ingredients for Seasoning:
Oil2 teaspoon
Mustard seeds1 teaspoon
Urid Dal1 teaspoon
Curry LeavesFew

Method:

  1. Clean the vegetables and finely chop all the vegetables and keep it aside
  2. Add the moong dal in a vessel and add turmeric powder and pressure cook the dal

  3. Once cooked, smash the dal and keep it ready

  4. Heat oil in a pan and add the grinding ingredients mentioned above.

  5.  Fry all the ingredients till the coconut turns golden brown color. Add the fried ingredients to the mixer and grind it to a nice paste and keep it ready

  6. Heat the pan and add the chopped vegetables and turmeric powder. Add water to cook the vegetables

  7. When the vegetables are half cooked, add salt and allow it to cook completely. Now add the smashed dal and mix well

  8. Allow the vegetables and dal to boil in medium flame

  9. Now add the ground paste and mix well. Adjust the salt it needed

  10. Keep the flame in medium and cook the stew for 5 more minutes and switch off the flame

  11. Heat oil in another pan, add mustard seeds. When the mustard seeds starts to sputter, add urid dal and fry it till it turns golden brown color. Finally add chopped curry leaves and mix well. Remove the seasoned ingredients from flame and add it to the cooked poricha kootu/stew

  12. The delicious and yummy Mixed Vegetable Poricha Kootu is ready to serve. This goes well with any Thugayal/Rasam/Kuzhambu varieties
Mixed Vegetable Poricha Kootu
Mixed Vegetable Poricha Kootu

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  1. very good kootu i liked it very much thanks for good dish

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  2. i liked the kootu very much thanks

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  3. janani krithivasan4 April 2013 at 20:34

    i will try it for dinner... hoping it will go with chapathi

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  4. When u say moving deal...its the same one that we use to make pongal right?

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  5. Poricha koottu will go very well with Lemon pickle and Mahali kilangu oorugai. Of course plantain chips will be too good

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  6. feel like eating it taking from the picture.yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmy.

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  7. Nice kootu. it looking so delicious. Thanks for sharing.
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