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Peanut Thogayal

Peanut is one of the most favourite item at our household. Whenever I do Mor kulambu I will do some thogayal to go with it. It is heavenly combination if you haven't try you must. When I was talking about the menu with my helper my son overheard it. He was recommending to try peanut thogayal. I was bit hesitant. But my helper told me she used to do it and it is really nice. So I tried out.. It is perfect
Ingredients:
Roasted Peanut - 1 cup
Garlic Pods - 10
Dry red chillies - 5-9 (adjust to your spice I have used 7)
Salt per taste
Tamarind paste - 1/4 teaspoon

Method:

Grind Garlic and red chillies first. Add salt, Tamarind and run the mixie for another 10 sec. Add peanut and water and grind to coarse paste. It is ready to be served.. how easy it can be?
Serve with rice / Idli







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24 comments:

  1. Yummy thovaiyal.....nice.....
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  2. will try it next time when i prepare morr kuzhambu

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  3. i love thogayals and this one is so healthy and delicious :) makes me drool !! :) love the way have made ball and served the rice :)

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  4. Oh yum, me too love Peanuts a lot!!! Mix n Match them a lot to get chutney's n Thogayals. My Fav Combo is Rasam and Thogayal!!! :)

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  5. Its awesome and simple to make. I am a big fun of peanut and such a condiments, most welcomed to be eaten with rice or tosai.

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  6. Very nice thogayal..perfect for idli!!

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  7. who would not love this :) looks delish

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  8. Super nutty and my favourite thogayal, delicious..

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  9. very delicious and healthy thogayal dear...

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  10. Looking very nice, should try sometime. Healthy thogayal

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  11. delicious and will try with mor kulambu nxt time...

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  12. yummy and delicious thogayal.

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  13. Peanut thogayal looks soo good and superb.. Loving it Veena :-)

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  14. sounds very yummy. Thanks for sharing

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  15. Never tried peanut thogayal. sounds good. will try soon

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  16. Ahh, one of my fav thogayals. That pic with the rice ball makes me drool now :)

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