Majjige Huli is common Spiced Yoghurt Curry.  It is usually prepared by using Ash Gourd.  It is consumed with cooked rice.  It is also good combination along with Huli Thovve, a famous traditional dal curry.

Today lets us learn how to prepare Majjige Huli.

Ingredients :

Ash Gourd (cut into pieces)            2 cups

Yoghurt                                                   3-4 cups

Turmeric                                                 one pinch

Jeera                                                         ½ tsp

Red chillies/green chillies                5-6

Curry leaves                                           4-5 strands

Coriander leaves                                  7-8 stalks

Ginger                                                       ¾ inch

Fried gram                                              3 tsp (or soaked chana dal)

Coriander seeds/dhania                   1 ½ tsp

Grated coconut                                     4 tsp

Mustard                                                    ½ tsp

Oil                                                               1 tsp

Salt to taste

Method :

Cook diced Ash Gourd with buttermilk/curds and ½ tsp of salt until soft.

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Grind jeera, ginger, curry leaves, coriander leaves, turmeric, coriander seeds, coconut, friedgram/soaked chana dal into fine paste.

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Add grounded mixture to cooked ash gourd and mix well.

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Add required water and salt to taste.

Cook for 2-3 mins.

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Add more yoghurt and mix well.

Cook in medium-low flame.

You can adjust the consistency by adding yoghurt/water as per your choice.  Keep in mind Majjige Huli should not be too watery nor too thick.

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In a pan take oil/ghee and temper with mustard seeds and red chillies.

Switch off the flame.

Add tempering to Majjige Huli and mix well.

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Now Majjige Huli is ready to serve.

Majjige Huli

Majjige Huli is consumed along with cooked rice.  It makes a good combination along with Huli Thovve.


Tips :

Often keep stirring Majjige Huli to avoid burning at the bottom.  You can use soaked chana dal in place of fried gram.  I have used fried gram.  Taste differs between both.  You can give a try for both and select as per your choice. If you want more spicy you can add more chillies.

Shyla Nagesh

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