Mulaku Varutha Puli

A 2 minutes curry for rice - Ramya V

Mulaku Varutha Puli

A 2 minutes curry for rice - Ramya V

Category : Vegetarian, Curries

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By Ramya Vijayakumar

Published On: 06 Oct 2004

Rating: 4
39 Votes, 36 Reviews
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15 Minutes
Served : 4
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Ingredients

Directions

Step 1

Heat oil in a pan or a kadai.

Step 2

Splutter mustard seeds.

Step 3

Add fenugreek and curry leaves.

Step 4

Add chopped onion and green chillies and saute.

Step 5

Add tamarind juice.

Step 6

When it starts to froth, add jaggery(optional).

Step 7

Remove from flame.

Step 8

:- Serve with hot and steamy rice.

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Krish

Good recipe. I have a similar recipe for Vendekka puli and Mulaku Varutha Puli. Very unique to Palakkadians.

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ponnnus

simple and superb!!!!!!!!

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Ramya V

For Palakkadan style vendakka puli, try accesing https://www.pachakam.com/recipe.asp?id=3055 Vendakka Puli You can click the link provided at the top of this page to get more Palakkadan recipes like Mulakarachathu

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suchithra

very tasty

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CGGopinathan

Hey Ramya, Good easy to cook recipe. Please add more Plakkad Type, veg Recipe for Bachelors like me in Gulf!!!!

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Ramya

Supriya please check out https://www.pachakam.com/recipe.asp?id=2218 for three types of Mulakarachathu

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supriya

Ramya, do you know the recipe for molagarachadu(eaten with idli and dosha) I`ve been looking for this a long time.Thanx in advance........

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smitha

i loved this recipe.u r doing great.keep posting such recipes.thanks a lot

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biju

hei this sooo suppeeeeerrrr...

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seena

remya, ur pkd recipes r wonderful, this recipe came out well. can u pls post the recipe of `vendakka puli` as made in palakkad. if u cud, that`ll b a great help for me. thanks.

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geethaprakash

Great, something which my mother makes Remya where r u in palakkad?

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srividya_harihar

Do you think it is same as Puli koyamba? If it is different how do you think it is?

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Sandhya

I always thought this is something my grandmother made up. Was so surprised to see this recipe!!!!!!!!!!

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Rejith menon

It was very tasty..is it our mutti`s recipe

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cs

This is a recipe found in central travancore area too. yummy one.

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RamyaV

Supriya, Please search for `ramya` to get all recipes I have posted. There are some special Palakkadan recipes like `Sambar(Palakkadan Style)`

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suja

Thanx.I added little jaggery also.TOOOOOOOO much tasty.

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supriya

Loved this recipe!!!My grandmom from Palakkad used to make this dish very often. This dish with rice and pappadum used to be her comfort food.I just tried this recipe and it brought back a flood of memories.Thank you very much, Ramya. ?Could you please post some more Palakkad recipes?

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priya

Thanks for this recipe.Its so easy to make and tastes real good with hot rice.

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Shaheen Mohammed

Justin didnt like this dish. Its ok friend. I dont know what to tell you at this stage.But mulaku varutha pulli is a excellent dish combination for steamed rice.

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jeevan

in my opinion, this is the most appetizing curry in the world. whenever this curry is made my rice consumption will double or even triple.such is the taste that only plakkadan origins can relish.i have read that big stalwarts like kps menon v.k.k menon and many more malabarians when they reach home after a long stint at foreign countries the first thing the ask their mother for is mulakuvaruthapulli for luch or dinner.it combines well with fried curd chillies and also with drumstic leaves curry in moog dal (cheuparippu).

ViswanExactly Jeevan, you said the point...

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raji

It is really gr8 to c this recipie on the net. maybe for the first time in cooking history.All Palakkad people would feel good to see this.

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cini

very tasty...

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chandrika kumar

great!!!we alwaysthought mulaku varutha puli is our own secret family recipe.i`m thrilled it has found aplace in this site.wonderful remya

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shoba

It was wonderful surprise,i was so happy to see this dish`s recepie in a website,for all these years i thought this is our family`s secret recipe.Try this folks you will definetly enjoy this.good work ramya

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Mrs.P.C Chacko

Tasty taditional puli. If 1/2 tsp of both ginger & garlic & 1/4 tsp pepper powder & 2 0r 3 dried red chillies (vatil mulakku) edichathu instead of green chillies are added it gives a good flavour and taste.

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Mrs.P.C Chacko

Tasty taditional puli. If 1/2 tsp of both ginger & garlic & 1/4 tsp pepper powder & 2 0r 3 dried red chillies (vatil mulakku) edichathu instead of green chillies are added it gives a good flavour and taste.

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Vidya

It was a pleasant surprise to see this typical Palakkad dish on a culinary website........I simply love this dish and my grandmom was a true expert at it .I think what made her mulakuvarutha puli more interesting was the small amount of jaggery she added at the end.Try that folks , am sure you would enjoy it.

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seena

This is an excellent recipe. Typical Palakkad dish.

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salini

good one...try it.

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PRIYA

Very Tasty. If 1/2 tsp of both ginger & garlic are added it gives a good flavour.

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preety

this is really easy and superb

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justin

not at all good, dont try this

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L.D

It`s simply excellent

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Anjana

i love malagu varutha puli... i didnt have the recipe till now.. thanks for sharing this recipe..

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Ganga

This is simple superb..so easy to make and so yummy.....you too try it out!!

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