Thursday, February 23, 2012

Sodhi

Sodhi is a Tirunelveli traditional recipe. They call it as 'Mapilai sodhi' too because they serve in groom house for the bride family.

Whoever likes Thai food will sure like this. This can be served with plain white rice or appam. This can be done without adding moong dal too but it will not go together well. If you like to be little watery you can avoid dal.






Ingredients:

Mixed vegetables (drumstick- 1, potato -1, carrot -1, Brinjal- 1)
Moong dal - 2 tbsp
Coconut milk - 1 cup
Small onions - 5
Green chilly - 3
Turmeric powder - 1/4 tsp
Salt - as per taste

To temper:

Coconut oil - 2 tsp
Mustard - 1/4 tsp
Curry leaves - 5




Method:

Boil the moong dal and chop the veggies in big chunks.

In a sauce pan, add water (or coconut third milk) and boil the veggies with small onion and green chillies. Add the cooked dal after 5 minutes add coconut milk and water to sambhar consistency boil for few minutes. Do not over boil, otherwise the coconut milk will curdle.

In a small pan add the ingredients given to temper and add in the sodhi.

50 comments:

Suja Manoj said...

Traditional recipe,sounds delicious..creamy
Thanks for sharing.

faseela said...

so authentic recipe.....a huge thnks for sharing it dear

Anjali Bapna Shukla said...

Too new to me, but for sure traditional recipes always rock!
The clicks are superb! :)

Hema said...

Nice clicks ANU, looks so tempting..

Indulge said...

Traditional recipes have a uniqueness to them, This is very new to me but very simple to make, will try soon.
Love Ash.

Vimitha Anand said...

Love authentic recipes. Will try this soon.

Sumi said...

Oh I so love this dish. One of friends made this for us long back.Thanks for the recipe :)

Sobha Shyam said...

very rich and delicious curry, looks yum dear:)

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Achu's Amma's Kitchen said...

Delicious anfd tasty looking curry..

Julie said...

Yummy yum delicious curry..love it!!

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Suma Gandlur said...

The curry looks rich and colorful.

maha said...

Great recipe.Thanks for sharing such a yummy one with us

sangee vijay said...

very traditional recipe...wonderful preparation...inviting clicks!!
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Smitha said...

u r right..whoever like thai will like this...very rich gravy dish!...looks yum!

kala said...

Loved the colour n texture coollll

Inessa said...

Ohh Waw... Creamy silky curry. Love it :))

Rasi said...

Have never heard of this.. this looks nice.bookmarked!

Cham said...

I ve seen many times in blogs, never tasted -should try this one- looks delicious :)

kitchen flavours said...

Looks delicious! Thank you for stopping by my space! Am glad to follow you back! Wish you a nice weekend!

Sravs said...

Very interesting and delicious one !!

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Kaveri said...

New to me...looks yum!

Anonymous said...

looks really tempting let me try and give u the feedbac anu.....Ramya

NiVi said...

looks yumm... i was looking foer this recipe long time :) thank you for sharing !!!

S.Menaga said...

Hi Anu,thx u for visiting my space n ur lovely comments...such an authenthic recipe,looks very nice...bookmarked this!!

Aarthi said...

This looks totally delicious..I would love to try this..Bookmarked.

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Only Fish Recipes said...

got to know abt a new recipe today...surely looks delicious......bookmarked :-)

Torviewtoronto said...

delicious looking sodhi lovely side dish

Rose from Magpies Recipes said...

What a coincidence I am making something similar right now! This looks delicious will try it yor way soon too :)

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

delicious clicks...
love it!

Mano Saminathan said...

Delicious sothi! This is a fine accompaniment for aappam always! photographs look tempting!

Jay said...

awesome version...feel like tasting now..;P
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Vani said...

Hey, thanks for stopping by my blog. Adding you to my reader. Had not heard of sodhi before. ANything with coconut milk, I have to try! Bookmarking..

Deeps @ Naughty Curry said...

reminded me so much of thai green curry, looks yummy

Swati Sapna said...

Wow! an indian version of thai green curry :) fantastic!

Teena Mary said...

Looks & sounds interesting! Loved ur click :)

manjooo said...

this is really nice...goes well with rice... and appam...

CREATIVE MIND said...

hmmm..seems super yummy & tasty.. I like it,thanks for following my blog,I would love to follow back this tasty blog :)

hemalata said...

So creamy n yummy curry,looks so healthy.

a spoonful of yumm said...

this curry looks delicious. love that its coconut milk based...thanks for stopping by

once in a blue moon said...

your photos are gorgeous~

Mahi said...

Simple method and osthi looks delicious! :P

Mahi said...

Sorry abt the spelling mistake Anu! ;)

Kanan said...

simple yet mouthwatering recipe. love it.

Jasna's kitchen creations said...

It's got fabulous colour; I know I would love it (adore Thai!)

Lizy said...

new dish for me..looks very creamy..yummy

Hema said...

Hi Anu, you have an award waiting for you at my place..

chitraj.hegde said...

wow...this sounds very delicious....book marked this traditional recipe,,must try..

kankana said...

I love Thai food more than Indian food :P I am saving this to give a try!

Biny Anoop said...

wow thats really yum yum...wud love it with rice....also love the patti recipe...gr8 job

notyet100 said...

Curry is new for me,..looks yum,,

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