Kappa Puzhukku

Kerala`s traditional style of making Kappa(Tapioca) Puzhukku

Kappa Puzhukku

Kerala`s traditional style of making Kappa(Tapioca) Puzhukku

Category : Vegetarian, Curries

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By Viji Santhosh

Published On: 21 Jun 2006

Rating: 4
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Ingredients

Directions

Step 1

Cook tapioca pieces along with salt in a pressure cooker, till it is done.

Step 2

Drain off the excess water.

Step 3

Grind together grated coconut, cumin seeds, garlic, curry leaves and turmeric powder along with a little water into a coarse form.

Step 4

Heat up a pan or a kadai.

Step 5

Add cooked tapioca pieces and the coconut mixture and allow it to cook.

Step 6

Stir well, till all the water gets evaporated and it becomes dry.

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greeshma binu

fantastic ! thanks for your great recipe

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vinod

really superb taste !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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pinky

really yummy...i liked it...

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Manisha

2-3 Shallots along with the ingredients to be ground is a good addition. Along with the mustard and coconut oil as mentioned above.

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Revathy

exactly........it came out fab!!!!!! the original kerala kappa.Thanks for this recipe..

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ROY

great dish and simple...btw, will it be better if i boil some coconut oil and mustard in kadai b4 adding the kappa?

shyamala raviYes, you can first heat coconut oil, add mustard, 3 red chillies and curry leaves, when mustard crackles add the kappa. This will be very tasty with the coconut oil.

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Lin

Gr8 one....Afterall, its Keralas tasty kappa.....

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