Chitvish Recipes - Post your comments here (part 1)

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  1. Chitvish

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    Carrot is the main attraction.

    Dear Ami,
    I too tried this recipe with carrot more because we don't use carrots mainly in any kuzambu on its own.
    Regards,
    Chithra.
     
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    where is it?

    Hello Mrs Chitra, Ami,

    Where is the recipe of carrot poricha kozhambu posted? I can't find it.

    Thanks in advance
    Vidya
     
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    It is in kuzambus thread.

    Dear Vidya,
    I posted it this noon. It is 18 in kuzambus thread.
    Regards,
    Chithra.
     
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    carrot PK vs pk upperi

    Hi Mrs.Chithra,

    Just now prepared finishing the above. And, carrot pK taste was really healthy and a great change from rest of the sambars.

    And, for upperi, I have put only vazhakkai and made thicker version like kootu, but love the taste.

    Rgds.
     
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    To Ami.

    Dear Ami,
    Thanks for the express feedback.
    In fact if you make Carro P K ( thalara in Tamil ) - slightly lose consistency - pulikuthi uperi, made spicy is a nice combination.
    Love,
    Chithra.
     
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    Pine apple gojju- query & feedback

    Dear Chitra,

    tried the pa gojju this noon.
    it tasted great, but the end product was slightly watery.
    Is that the correct consistency??????????

    only one recipe of pa (salad ) is pending now.
    would like to try that too.

    pls reply.

    Love & Regards,
     
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    Kind attn. Moderator

    I am so sorry, I posted my comments in the wrong thread. I saw the pulingari recipes and in a state of excitement posted my comments there.

    Please do remove it from there. Sorry for the mix up & thanks for understanding.

    Vidya
     
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    Bhendi Sabji was very nice

    Hello Chithra Madam,

    I tried Bhendi Sabji (in fact I was confused as to which recipe to try seeing so many good choices, but then gave a try to bhendi) because my kid does not like it due to the stickyness, however roased I prepare.

    But this Bhendi Sabji became the favorite. My kid had enough and told me to make it often only in this type. Thanks to you and the wonderful person who told you the recipe. Though he is not alive today, I am sure many of his recipes would be living in many kitchens.

    Warm regards,
    Roja
     
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    Thankyou, Roja.

    Dear Roja,
    Thankyou for the feedback. I am planning to post all the recipes, that person gave me because all of them are very good !
    Regards,
    Chithra.
     
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    Uhhh...so many varities

    Chitvish,

    I am a long time member of this site and I returned to the site after quiet sometime now.

    I got so excited seeing so many varieties of recipes, especially the keralite specials like avial, eriseri, mulagootal, paal kootu, etc. Wow!

    I got few spices from India recently and I am going to try your versions (the traditional ones). Shall let you know how it turned out.

    Cheers,

    Vinu
     
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