February 9, 2017

Pallila Podi / Peanut Powder in Andhra Style

Hi readers , I am back with another interesting, quick and simple, heavenly taste "Pallila Podi / Peanut Powder". It is quite simple, easy, delicious and highly nutritious as Peanuts are rich source o Protein. You can have this Pallila Podi along with hot steaming rice and ghee or you can use this as a compliment to Idli, dosha, Upma, Utappam etc. While making dosha, just sprinkle one table spoon of this Pallila Podi on your dosha and spread it while roasting dosha to golden brown, you get crispy and crunchy very tasty dosha in seconds. Let us learn how to make this Pallila Podi ...


Ingredients :
1 cup of Peanuts / Verusenaga Pappu
12-15 Red Chillies (can be decreased as per your taste)
1- 2 table spoons of Urad dal
Salt as per taste
1/4 spoon of Cumin seeds

Procedure :
1.Dry roast Peanuts on medium flame stirring continuously till 
   it splutters and change the skin colour.
2. Remove from flame and allow it to cool for some time.
3 Again heat a pan, add Urad dal, dry red chillies and dry roast on
   medium flame for few minuites, before switching off the 
   flame, add cumin seeds and remove . Keep aside to cool.
4. Now take a mixie jar, add roasted red chillies, salt, cumin 
    seeds and blend well to a coarse powder.
5. Then add roasted Peanuts and again grind to a coarse
    powder. There should be bits of Peanuts in  this podi.

Enjoy "Pallila Podi"with hot steamed rice and ghee. You can also have this podi as a side dish for idli, dosha and upma. I love to have this powder with hot steamed rice and spoonfull ghee 😊

Hope you all enjoyed my recipe, please leave your valuable suggestions and comments on my recipe here. Thanks for visiting my blog.👍


Nagasri

6 comments:

  1. Just love this Podi.. I love anything with Peanuts!!

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  2. I just love the podi concept and thanks to you and all the food blogger from south for sharing healthy and interesting recipes. Very delicious and healthy share.����

    Here we call it as dry peanut chutney.

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    1. Thanks a lot for your lovely feedback Deepa😊

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  3. What you're saying is completely true. I know that everybody must say the same thing, but I just think that you put it in a way that everyone can understand. I'm sure you'll reach so many people with what you've got to say.

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  4. Great article, Thanks for your great information, the content is quiet interesting. I will be waiting for your next post.

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Hi everyone !! My name is Nagasri. I am from Andhra but staying in Hyderabad, Telangana. I love both andhra and telangana foods. I love Cooking and eating too :).  I like to experiment different recipes.Have a look at my blog,try and enjoy!!! Don't forget to leave your valuable feedback at my blog. Other than cooking I love listening to music. Here I am sharing my experiences and experiments in cooking !!

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