Is it a religious festival and you’re worrying which quick recipe is more delicious? Or is it just a Friday or a Sunday and want a good hot meal to please your stomach?
This delicious and flavorful South Indian gravy recipe will satisfy your taste buds on any day, for any mood, and is a comfort food for many Tambrahms!
This gravy is popular for its sour and spicy flavor dominated largely by sour yogurt, green chilies and coconut oil. It’s popular to find fried okra/ladies finger as the taste maker of this recipe. Other vegetables that go well with this gravy are white pumpkin, cucumber, eggplant, kovakkai/dondakka, drumstick, sepan kizhangu (colocasia), chow-chow etc.
PS: You can also check out Beans Carrot Poriyal, Spinach Peanut/Keerai Poriyal, Poondu Rasam recipe suggestions that go well with Mor Kuzhambu on a meal plate!
I improvised over the best mor Kuzhambu recipe out there, i.e, Hebbar’s. Here are my improvs over the recipe