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Its a naadan dish ,which is too good with rice and chappathi.
Published On: 24 Mar 2016
Take dried prawns in a plate.
Take pachakka or green banana or kaaya and peel its hard skin.
slice it to small pieces
Heat a pan and add oil when its hot.
Add dried prawns or unnakka chemmeen to it.
Add pachakka ,green chilly and curry leaves to it.
Add 1 cup of water to it.
Add turmeric powder , red chilly flakes and salt.
Mix it well and add black kokum to it. close the pan and keep in low flame.
Mean while take coconut , shallot and garlic in a blender.
Add 1 tablespoon of water and grind it well .
Then check our pachakka is cooked or not .
when its cooked add the coconut mix to it
Mix it well and when it boils,turn off the flame.
Heat a small pan and add oil to it when its hot add mustard and when it splutters add shallot , dried red chilly, currry leaves.
When its brown ,off the flame .
And transfer to the pachakka.
Mix it well.
Our dish is ready to serve.
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