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November 12, 2009

Peanut Powder



Picture may not be great. But the podi(powder) tastes great if you are a peanut and garlic lover.

Ingredients:
Roasted unsalted peanuts-1/2 cup
Red chillies-3
Hing-1/4 tsp
Curry leaves-a few
Garlic-3 cloves
Salt
Oil-1/2 tsp

Method:
Heat oil in a pan. Add red chillies, garlic, curry leaves and hing.
Once garlic and red chillies turn brown, turn off the heat.
Let it cool. Grind along with peanuts and salt to a coarse powder.
Mix with hot rice and ghee and enjoy when you are not in the mood to cook elaborate meals :)

33 comments:

  1. This looks too delicious. And nice colorful pic Mahimaa.

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  2. Hi Mahi when did you com from India. How are you.. the peanut powder looks so good and nice recipe dear. I am in MN now.

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  3. I love both garlic and peanuts. so, I like this powder too. :)

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  4. That looks delicious Mahimaa...long time no see..

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  5. what's wrong with the pic? this is super simple, like most of your recipes :)

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  6. Colourful pics and yummy powder....

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  7. Who said the picture is not great, it looks colorful and yummy! Liked the cute bowls!

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  8. nice presentation dear....yummy powder

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  9. You know, I've never thought of vaerkadalai podi. Now one more addition to the never-ending keeper recipe for 'not-in-a-mood' days :)

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  10. I too make this for dosa and idli....very yum podi...

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  11. New podi in my bookmarks list never heard of it.

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  12. Delicious and yummyilicious powder!

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  13. Looks delish.I have heard of this pdr,thgh never tried it.the pics are great

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  14. Very new podi... btw, does it go well with idli, dosas and such as well?

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  15. lovely ...will definitely make this...

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  16. Never tasted this peanut powder...sounds easy and tasty...thanx for sharing dear...

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  17. I'm a huge fan of anything nutty, and more so, peanutty! This sounds great to eat with some nalla ennai and steaming saadam :)

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  18. Who said the pic is not great? I love it, simplicity at its best :-)

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  19. So good to have you back, Mahimaa. Hope you had a great time. Peanut powder looks good.

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  20. The aroma of garlic and the flavor of peanut rules!

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  21. wow, this sounds great. I can't wait to try this

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  22. The peanut powder looks wonderful, bet it tastes fantastic with rice!

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  23. Wow, looks very tempting...I remember mommy making this kind of podi to go with idlies...its been a while! Thanks for sharing this recipe:)

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  24. wow, I love this, actually my family does, I learnt this from my friend's mom, I have posted one too.., it is absolutely delicious with rice.., The photos are 100% better than mine. lovely pics

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  25. It was certainly interesting for me to read the blog. Thank author for it. I like such topics and everything that is connected to them. I definitely want to read a bit more soon.

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  26. It was rather interesting for me to read that article. Thanks for it. I like such themes and anything connected to them. I would like to read a bit more soon.

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  27. Peanut and garlic combo sounds yum!I can make this and make easy lunch for my hubby. Picture is great asusual.

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