Showing posts with label Thokku Recipes. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Thokku Recipes. Show all posts

Wednesday, 17 February 2021

Maangai Inji Thokku Recipe/Maa Inji Thokku Recipe/Mango Ginger Pickle Recipe/How to make Maangai Inji Thokku with step by step photos

 Maangai Inji Thokku/Maa Inji Thokku is a unique, delicious and finger-licking thokku bursting with flavours. Mango ginger/Maa Inji [Curcuma Amada] is a seasonal root vegetable used to make pickles/thokku in South India. Mango Ginger is neither related to Ginger nor Mango but to turmeric. They look like ginger, but impart raw mango smell when peeled, along with sharpness of ginger towards the end when eaten raw.

Mango Ginger belongs to turmeric family, has antibacterial ,antibiotic properties, anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic properties and is used for medicinal purposes in Ayurveda and Unani. Not just that they are great appetizers but also used for curing skin diseases, bronchitis, asthma etc.

Mango Ginger Pickle/Thokku is very easy to make and is extremely tasty. It is best served with curd rice, rasam rice or even with idlis, dosas, rotis, chapatis etc or it can just be mixed with steam cooked white rice and enjoyed.

Here’s how to make Maangai Inji Thokku/Maa Inji Thokku with step by step photos…

Friday, 24 May 2019

Karuveppilai Thogayal/Curry Leaves Thogaiyal


Today I am going to share a very healthy and easy Karuvepilai thogayal recipe which can be made in a jiffy. This is a very tasty and delectable thogaiyal that can be served with steam cooked rice or as side dish for idlis, dosas rotis or as a spread over bread. Do try out this healthy Karuvepilai Thogayal recipe and post your comments here. Meanwhile do check out other interesting and mouth-watering Thogayl and Chutney varieties here.

Here’s how to make Karuvepilai Thogayal recipe with step by step photos…

Tuesday, 9 January 2018

Karuvepillai Thokku/Curry Leaves Thokku

Today, I am going to share a very healthy thokku, that’s comes in handy when you are actually tired of cooking. We have curry leaves tree/karuvepillai maram in my mom’s house, we trimmed down one branch of it, so I brought home a big bag of karuvepillai/curry leaves. I mdae this delicious and finger licking thokku which I am sharing with you all. Check out other karuvepillai recipes I have posted earlier in the links -  karuvepillai Poondu kuzhambu, karuvepillai podi, karuvepillai kuzhambu for bachelors [easy version],  Do try out this Karuvepillai thokku will taste exactly like the A2B one and have a great day.

Here’s how to make Karuvepillai Thokku with step by step photos…