Monday, December 11, 2017
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Dahi-Karela (Bitter Gourd in Curds )

Ingredients - Karela - 1/2 kg, Curds - 6 tbsp.,Onion (ground) - 1 large, Garlic (ground) - 1/2 pod, Tomato big-chopped and ground -1, Powdered coriander - 1 tbsp., Red chilli powder - 1/2 tsp., Salt to taste, Oil for frying - 4 tbsp.

Method - Scrape the karelas, slit across, remove the seeds and make four pieces from each one. Sprinkle enough salt and put aside for 1 hour. Squeeze out the salted water from the Karelas, and wash. Soak in beaten curd for 20 minutes, (Keep 1 tbsp curd aside). Fry karelas on slow fire. Fry separately onion and garlic, add 1 tbsp curd, tomato pulp, salt and chillies and coriander powder. Add karelas to it and cook on slow fire.

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