- Curd – 1/2 litre (Blend the curd with enough water in a mixer)
- Ginger – 1/4 inch, chopped
- Pearl onions – 3 – 4, sliced
- Garlic – 2, chopped
- Green chillies – 2 – 3, slit
- Curry leaves – 1 sprig
- Turmeric powder – 1/4 tsp
- Chilly powder – 1/4 tsp
- Fenugreek seeds – 1/4 tsp or 1-2 pinches of fenugreek powder
- Dry red chillies – 2
- Salt – To taste
- Coconut / vegetable oil – 2 tsp
Heat 2 tsp oil in a pan. Splutter mustards, fry dry red chillies and lightly brown the fenugreek seeds. Now add ginger, garlic and pearl onions. Fry until they get lightly browned and then add the green chillies and curry leaves. Stir for a minute. Turn the flame to low. Add turmeric powder and chilly powder. Immediately add the butter milk and mix well. Stir continuously until it is heated through and steam starts coming out. Do not let it boil. Add 1-2 pinches of fenugreek powder(if you did not add fenugreek seeds before). Taste check for salt. Remove from fire. Serve with hot rice.
delicious and healthy …..
oh what a beautiful click..looks so good. i want some rice please..
This is any time fav comfort dish..perfect with steamed rice
Adipoli moru curry.
Mmmm yummy love this always..very comforting and delicious too. Beautiful picture.
wow, that looks super yummy and mouth watering.
Looks Delicious …… I luv ur serving bowl.
lovely bowl and delicious n mouthwatering post.love to hv with rice..hru doing dear…
ah adipoli moru curry,choru kazhikkan thonnunnu.
looks healthy and delicious 🙂
Nice presentation and moru looks yummy
wow! easy and tasty..looks awesome
nalla naadan moru curry…
Perfect moru curry, love it any time.
superbb ayittundu keto
I really want to have one glass:)
Hey Moru curry looks tempting..pefect colour and beautiful presentation dear…:)feeling hungry!!:)
Looks so delicious…cute serving bowl!!
I make this every week,this becomes quite handy if I dont have time and energy to cook other curries 🙂
simple and yum
Ente fav…My version is coming soon tto..chorum, mooru kachiyathum undel eniku pinne currykal onum venda..Clicks adipoli…
Our family favourite, love spiced buttermilk anytime..
Looks perfect , my all time fav
looks yummy! we make kadhi which is something similar to this.
nice click….i have this at home almost everyday
Looks very delicious! The picture looks really good.
I love the photography and recipe of all posts…congrats….
Looks so very delicious.
kollam……nice click too
hmm..yummy n healthy…lov ur presentations!
Adipoli!! ente comfort foodannu ithu.
Grab U r the best blogger award 🙂
even my almost 2 year old son loves to have this with rice. beautiful presentation.
which is the vegetable oil that u r using ??
I use canola oil..
very comforting drink….love it!!
I tried this one..It came out really well.Went through the rest of your recipes as well..Great Job ..Thank you so much
Thanks a lot for trying out this recipe and for sharing your feedback here. Glad to know that this recipe came out well for you..