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Inji Curry / Puli Inji Recipe

My Mum is not a big fan of ginger so before marriage I seldom eat ginger based dishes (meaning ginger as main ingredients). However after my college days I started develop liking towards ginger (thanks to one of my close friend her mum makes ginger roti, ginger chutney, ginger pickle etc..) So now, I am a big fan of ginger.. Recently my fellow bloggers has posted so many ginger recipes. It was so tempting. So I have decided to try it out with Jeyashri version as it is so simple and easy. Original recipe can be found at http://www.jeyashriskitchen.com/2012/08/puli-inji-recipe.html

Ingredients:

Ginger - 1 cup (grated)
Gingerly Oil / Sesame Oil - 4-5 tablespoon
Mustard seeds - 1/4 teaspoon
Asafoetida - a pinch
Tamarind Extract - 1 cup (Soak lemon size tamarind ball in hot water and extract the water from it)
Red Chili powder - 1 teaspoon
Salt per taste
Jaggery - 1 - 2 tablespoon
Turmeric powder - 1/4 teaspoon
Method:
  • Heat the Kada and add oil.  When Oil is hot add Mustard and asafoetida. 
  • When the mustard splutters, add the grated ginger.( grate the ginger finely)


  • Saute the ginger for 2 minutes and add the tamarind extract. Mix it well
  • Add the red chilly powder, salt, jaggery,and turmeric powder.
  • Keep it in a low flame for about 10-15 mins and let it become thick and oil start to separate.  Switch it off

  • Allow this to completely cool and store it in a clean dry container. Make sure you use dry spoon whenever you take it
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17 comments:

  1. This inji puli looks slightly different from my mom's recipe...

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  2. looks tempting.. like this version..

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  3. This is new to me. thanks for sharing! looks great

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  4. Mom used fry ginger before adding tamarind, your version looks good.

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  5. Looks tempting to the taste buds....

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  6. this is so good with curd rice :) yummm

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  7. perfect for this weather n all time...loved ur version...will try it sometime.

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  8. wow mouthwatering here,luks very tempting...

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  9. we too make it but in a diff way. i love to have with rice. nice clicks Veena.

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  10. This is also new to me. I'm not a big fan of ginger, anyway. But I have been reading on the health benefits of ginger, like turmeric, these days and I guess, it's time to try it now. So, I'll give this recipe a try. Thanks for sharing! :)

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  11. Thanks for trying out. Looks very nice

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  12. We love it very much. i too have in archive.. I dont grate the ginger instead i make it with finely chopped pieces :)

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