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Nadan kadachakka upperi in Kerala style
Published On: 24 Aug 2014
Peel the Kadachakka , cut it into 4 lengthy pieces and remove the core (Koonju) and then cut them further into small pieces as shown in the below picture.
Heat oil in a frying pan.
Add the chopped onion into the oil and stir it.
Add turmeric powder, coriander powder, red chilli powder, curry leaves and salt .
Stir the mix well for about five minutes.
Wash the kadachakka pieces and then add it into the hot masala mix.
Stir the mix well.
Add some water (preferably equal to the level of pieces) and stir it further and close it with a lid and allow to cook the kadachakka pieces properly.
When the kadachakka pieces are cooked well, put off the stove and stir the upperi for 1 – 2 minutes .
Kadachakka upperi is ready and it can serve with chappathi / poori / cooked rice / Kanji etc.
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