Tuesday, 16 September 2014

Gojju Podi | Spice Mix/Masala From Karnataka Cuisine

 

Foodelicious-Gojju Podi

Hi all!!

Sharing another important spice mix used in Karnataka cuisine. This podi/spice mix/masala is used to make a traditional preparation called Gojju which is spicy-sweet-sour curry made using a select few vegetables and fruits. The most commonly used veggies and fruits are Okra, bittergourd, pineapple, mango, onion, tomato etc.

The freshly ground masala adds a better flavour to the gojju which tastes best with steamed rice.

Foodelicious-Gojju Podi

Gojju Podi or Spice Mix for Gojju

Preparation Time: 10mins | Cooking + Grinding Time: 10mins | Makes:1cup | Difficulty Level: Easy | Recipe Source: MIL

 

Ingredients

10-15 medium spicy red chillies

2tsp coriander seeds

4tsp-Bengal gram/ Chana daal

4tsp split black gram/Urad Dal

1tsp cumin seeds/jeera

1tsp fenugreek seeds/methidana

5-6tsp grated dry coconut

4-5tsp sesame seeds/til

1/2tsp pepper

1-1/2tsp oil

Foodelicious-Gojju Podi

 

Method

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Roast each ingredient separately in a few drops of oil taking due precaution that they do not get burnt.

Mix all ingredients, cool and then grind to a fine powder.

Store in an air tight container.

 

Foodelicious-Gojju Podi
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4 comments:

Shweet Spicess said...

Interesting!! will wait for gojju recipe :)

Ree Kasirajh said...

Love the spices flavors!!

Rafeeda AR said...

love that little holder of urs... the podi seems spicy...

Poornima hegde said...

Oh yes, my granny makes this at home. We use this powder for stir fried veggies too, tastes delicious!

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