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Sabbakki Soppu Kootu

Sabbakki Soppu/Dil Leaves Kootu is one of the tasty curry/side dish in South India.

Sabbakki Soppu/Dil scientifically known as Anethum Graveolens, is very good source of dietary fiber minerals manganese, iron, magnesium, vitamin A. Also a very good source of Calcium which is very helpful for bones. It boosts digestive health relief from insomnia, diarrhea, dysentry, hiccup, menstrual disorders respiratory disorders, cancer, oral care, arthritis, reduces excess gas. It has more medicinal values.

Now let us learn how to prepare Sabbakki Soppu/Dil Kootu. It is not spicy.



Sihikumbala Gojju-Pumkin Gravy

Sihikumbala Gojju-Pumkin Gravy

Ingredients :


Sihikumbala/pumpkin     2 cups diced

Cinnamon                              1-2 inch

Red Chillies                           5-6

Green chillies                       5-6

Tamarind                               1 small lemon size

Coriander                              1 ½ tsp

Fried gram                            2 tsp

Jaggery                                   1 ½ tsp or small lemon size

Coconut-grated                   5 tsp

Turmeric                                1 pinch

Jeera                                       1 tsp

Pepper                                    1 tsp

Curry leaves                         5-6

Coriander leaves                5-6 strands

Salt to taste


For Tempering :

1 tbsp oil, mustard seeds



Method :

Cook pumpkin with required water, till soft but don’t overcook as it becomes paste. Have in mind pumpkin cooks very fast.

Keep aside few curry leaves and coriander leaves for garnishing.

In a mixie jar put all other ingredients and grind into fine coarse paste.

Put the grounded mixture and jaggery to cooked pumpkin.


Mix gently and cook for 3-4 mins or until raw smell goes off. Often keep stirring to avoid burn at the bottom.

In a small pan put oil and temper with mustard seeds.

Add to the pumpkin mixture. Garnish with curry and coriander leaves.

Pumpkin gojju is ready to serve.

Sihikumbala Gojju-Pumkin Gravy

Sihikumbala Gojju-Pumkin Gravy

You can have this yummy gojju with chapatti, dosa, cooked rice, rotti.




Tips :                                                                                                                               

If pumpkin gojju is too thick you can adjust by adding water for your requirement. But it should be little thick to eat. You can adjust sweet with jaggery as you like. This gojju is tasty to eat if it is little sweetish.