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Tuesday, November 06, 2012

Spicy Chilli Dip for Boiled Tapioca(Yuca) | Mulakku Udachathu

Spicy chilly dip with boiled tapioca is a nostalgic post for me,although I had this only during my vacation times in Kerala.But my parents have a lot of memories associated with this recipe.The bird eye chillies (kanthari mulakku) is a common pepper variety which I have noticed in Kerala.But when I saw a similar kind in the stores here,I immediately caught hold of some but later only did I realise that its thai red chillies.Both chillies look almost the same in looks & flavor too.And so,I recreated the same good old memory of spicy chilly dip with thai red chillies.All guys from Kerala would love to have this with boiled tapioca/boiled taro roots or even boiled sweet potatoes.The recipe for boiled tapioca is posted here.So,guys enjoy the simple dip !!

Check out for Red chillies chutney for boiled tapioca too,if interested :)



Ingredients
bird's eye chillies(kanthari mulakku)/thai red chillies 3-4
shallots 4-5
coconut oil 2tsp
water 2tbsp
salt



Method
-Wash,peel the skin of shallots.Wash the chillies,discard stalk.
-Crush the shallots & green chillies in a mortar and pestle.
-Dissolve salt in 2tbsp of warm water and add the crushed shallots & chillies.Drizzle the coconut oil on top just before serving.
-Serve with boiled tapioca(yuca) / kappa puzhugiyathu.



Servings~ a small bowl of dip

NOTES
* You can increase the ratio of all ingredients for a larger amount of dip.
* This is a moderately spicy dip.


40 comments:

Nivedhanams Sowmya said... Best Blogger Tips

very new recipe to me!!
looks interesting..
Sowmya

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Sebeena Loyd said... Best Blogger Tips

love this.

srividhya Ravikumar said... Best Blogger Tips

My fav...yummy..

Faseela Noushad said... Best Blogger Tips

Julie, allenkile vishannirikkukaya ithum koodi kandappo adakkanaavathaayi, super yuumy n tempting....

Veena Theagarajan said... Best Blogger Tips

wow this new to me! Interesting

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DivyaGCP said... Best Blogger Tips

Simple and delicious..

Babitha costa said... Best Blogger Tips

Nice easy dip,i love tapico

divya said... Best Blogger Tips

Looks soooo....good!!!

Uma Ramanujam said... Best Blogger Tips

Boiled kappa is my favorite than the fried one.That too if you serve that with mulakku udachathu, then i die for it to taste it. love your clicks.. They are improved..:-)

Priya R said... Best Blogger Tips

lovely and delicious dip i have never seen anything like this Julie :)

Divya Pramil said... Best Blogger Tips

Sounds so new to me Julie :) But its so easy too will try this combo :)
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Kitchen Queen said... Best Blogger Tips

I love boiled and fried yuca. try it with garlic chutney too. your dip is so good.

Familycook said... Best Blogger Tips

Love the dip and all the flavorful ingredients you have used.

Shema George said... Best Blogger Tips

I just had some kappa recently...This Chammandi is awesome

Priya said... Best Blogger Tips

Can guess how spicy this dip will be, inviting foods.

Teena Mary said... Best Blogger Tips

You really made my mouth water ;) Simply irresistible & perfectly prepared Julie!! My favourite combo too :)

belesaaru said... Best Blogger Tips

Very tempting to make in this chill weather.. loving it!

cookingvarieties said... Best Blogger Tips

hi julie, never seen this before, it sure is a new recipe for me to follow. i like boiled tapioca. bookmarked with thanks. have a nice day

Suja Manoj said... Best Blogger Tips

Perfect with kappa,adipoli..

SouthIndianHome said... Best Blogger Tips

Looks interesting and delicious

Roshu said... Best Blogger Tips

Mouthwatering here.....

Farah Saleem azeez said... Best Blogger Tips

looks great julie! my grandma loves this! must make her the dip :)

Reshmi Mahesh said... Best Blogger Tips

Love this simple preparation with kappa...

Mélange said... Best Blogger Tips

Nostlagic !! vaayil vellam niranju..Truly a winner.

suhaina aji said... Best Blogger Tips

This is unfair. U are tempting poor MALAYALEES like us with these clicks..Looks yumm Julie.

Vidya said... Best Blogger Tips

this is new to me...Sounds delicious and healthy.

Latha Madhusudhan said... Best Blogger Tips

Julie,

Perfecto combi. Just luvg it.

Latha
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Beena.stephy said... Best Blogger Tips

Woow kothipikkalla good post dear

Nagashree said... Best Blogger Tips

New recipe, would love to try sometime.

Nandini said... Best Blogger Tips

Spicy and hot dip!

Rosh said... Best Blogger Tips

A classic that never fails to impress any Malayali :) Looks yummm!

PT said... Best Blogger Tips

sounds new to me.. will give a try..

Ramya said... Best Blogger Tips

Ayyooo kandittu kothiyavunney...Kappu and mulakudachathu..:) Such a nostalgic combo..

Manju said... Best Blogger Tips

yummo! i have a similar recipe on my space too :-) Isnt it simply lip smacking good...

Pinne, I have been checking out your posts regularly but havent had time to leave a comment :-)

Premalatha Aravindhan said... Best Blogger Tips

wow wonderful combo,luks delicious...

Priya Satheesh said... Best Blogger Tips

This is very new to me...Sounds interesting n delicious!!!

Kaveri Venkatesh said... Best Blogger Tips

Perfect with Kappa...nice one

Love to Experiment said... Best Blogger Tips

Julie... You have this thing of making me hungry. I love this. One question. have you ever tried preparing it with frozen eschallots? Will it taste good?

Swasthi said... Best Blogger Tips

Thanks a lot for sharing this lovely dip recipe Julie. would love to taste it.

Julie said... Best Blogger Tips

@ Love to experiment:I personally don't like the texture of frozen shallots and so don't use it.This is made with the fresh ones available in stores!