This siru keerai thuvaram is a very popular, healthy and of course tasty side dish too. In Tirunelveli, people used to say as kothikeerai for this dish.In this recipe the ground paste adds a lot of flavour to the thuvaram and cooked toor dal enhances the taste. Try this yummy thuvaram with any type of keerai. Let's see how to prepare Siru keerai thuvaram with step by step photos.
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Sirukeerai Thuvaram (Tropical Amarnath greens stir fry) Recipe Details.
Sirukeerai Thuvaram (Tropical Amarnath greens stir fry) with step by step photos
Pluck the leaves with soft stem and arrange them in an order. Then wash it 2 to 3 times in cold water. Chop them finely with 3 to 4mm.
Heat oil in a frying pan. Add mustard and urid dal. When it splutters add the chopped onions and green chilly. Saute it for 2 to 3 minutes.
Once the greens are reduced in volume, add the turmeric powder, salt, asafoetdia powder, cooked toor dal and ground coconut paste.
Mix it nicely and keep the flame on high and stir it continuously until the water evaporates.Serve it with sambar, rasam and all South Indian based meals.
The taste of this dish not only lies in the choice of the greens, but also on chopping the greens finely.
Take care not to overcook. Overcooking the greens can often lead to a less tasty dish.
Once it wilts, add the remaining ingredients and give it a quick stir.