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Wednesday, June 08, 2011

Thairu Milagu Kondattam | Yogurt Chillies(Microwave Version)

Thairu mulagu kondattam is very renowned in the southern parts of India.I always like it with steamed rice,but never thought that it could be prepared at home until I saw this in Srivalli's space.I thought will make and keep in air tight containers for future use.






But,to my bad luck which then turned to good luck,I should say...You may be wondering why am I telling so.That's because these chillies require a 4 days soaking in buttermilk and the second day itself the sun disappeared for another one week,it was just cloudy and rains..That point made me think of an alternative to sun and I should admit the microwave did the best.So,friends when you require the chillies instantly dried you can opt this method or else the natural source of heat.This is a new innovation to my learning experiments..
The recipe is very simple and you should choose thick skinned firm chillies for this recipe.


Ingredients


green chillies 15-20
buttermilk 3cups
salt 3-4tsp




Method
Wash the green chillies and without removing the stalk,make a slit in the centre so that the buttermilk seeps in.Soak it in buttermilk mixed with salt for 3-4 days.Remove from buttermilk and place it in a microwave safe bowl on the fourth day.Cover the bowl and place it in microwave on high for 10 minutes.Open and flip the chillies on the other side and microwave for 5 minutes.(please check the timing ,it may vary with brands)


You will see the crispy dried chillies,ready to fry.

Servings 20 dried chillies



NOTE
You can also sun dry the chillies after 4 days of soaking.

17 comments:

sangee vijay said... Best Blogger Tips

This is really a innovative thought...microwave mor milagai superb Julie...thanx for the idea...you rock!!!

SravsCulinaryConcepts said... Best Blogger Tips

very interesting recipe !! and so innovative !!

Chaitanya said... Best Blogger Tips

very yummy ...we like these ... but i could make them at home...thanks for sharing will these..
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Chitra said... Best Blogger Tips

i'm in the process of doing this..hope it comes out good as urs

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

love this with curd rice

Biny Anoop said... Best Blogger Tips

wow love this with plain rice....ummm

Hamaree Rasoi said... Best Blogger Tips

Would love to add these chilies in curd rice. Looks so inviting.

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saleena said... Best Blogger Tips

Wow!!!!!Yummy innovation...I love this with plain rice n pickle...superb......

Sobha Shyam said... Best Blogger Tips

tht sure is a wonderful innovation..great job Julie..love to have those with any rice..

JishasKitchen said... Best Blogger Tips

superb kondattam....very tempting and easy dish...I just love to have it with rice...:)

Vatsala. said... Best Blogger Tips

I love to have these with curd rice. Thanks for visiting me. Glad to follow you.Show and TEll
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divya said... Best Blogger Tips

yummy and love have with curd rice..

Sarah said... Best Blogger Tips

what a wonderful idea! bookmarked! these are my favourites

Food Glorious Food! said... Best Blogger Tips

Amazing !Another new experience from your blog :)

sharada said... Best Blogger Tips

love this to have with curd rice....miss them a lot as i don't get here.Now i can try this recipe.

Suparna said... Best Blogger Tips

looks mouth watering! I have a little less patience for making this a home ;)

Anisha said... Best Blogger Tips

Great idea to do it in the MW.