Spring Onion Curry / Ulli Aaku kodiguddu Curry

Spring Onion Curry / Ulli AAku kodiguddu

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Spring Onion Curry / Ulli AAku kodiguddu

Spring Onion Curry 
is discussed here…

Spring Onion Curry / Ulli curry or ulli Aaku kodiguddu making direction with step by step Process. An astonishingly tasteful and fast to form subzi that goes well with chapathis and pulka is spring onion recipes. I unfold it on downy dosas and luxuriate in them to heart’s content and if you happen to shop for a bunch of spring onions to garnish the noodles and don’t have any plan what to try to do with the remainder, here there may be a subzi for you all so you are doing not have to be compelled to very waste the remainder in the end.

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Step by Step methodology to form Spring Onion Curry
1. Wash the onion bunch and separate the greens and white bulbs. I used my room knife to cut the greens. Chop the white bulbs finely. We can make also Ulli curry.
2. Heat a pan with oil. Add Kalonji (onion seeds) followed by the white onion and saute for 1/2 minute.
3. Add onions and saute until they flip semitransparent. Add ginger garlic paste, inexperienced chilies, tomatoes, salt and cook until the tomatoes flip mushy.
4. Add coriander powder, red flavoring, turmeric powder, 2-3 tbsp water and cook for two minutes until the raw smell disappears.(5). Add the onion greens and cook for two minutes until it wilts. Add 1/4 cup water and cook with the pan closed with a lid for 4-5 minutes until the gravy thickens up.(6). Add garam masala powder, mix well. initiate fireplace it.

This Spring Onion Curry is for those who love spicy food. This is really spicy. Hope you will enjoy this recipe.

You can also visit southernspicy.com for more spring onion recipes

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Ingredients to prepare Spring Onion Curry :

Egg- 2 numbers

Ginger- 1/2 inch piece

Spring onions- 1 bunch

Garlic- 2 pods

Green chilli- 3 numbers

Red chilli powder- 1/2 tea spoon

Turmeric- 1/4 teaspoon

Jeera seeds- 1/2 tea spoon

Mustard and jeera seeds- 1/2 tea spoon for tempering

Oil- 3 table spoons

Salt to taste



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