It is no secret that I love Indian cuisine as much as I love Thai food. I always grind my own spices and love reading authentic recipes like this…Thank you, Vidya for sharing 🙂
I bet every South Indian household has this stored in their pantry especially since this is a breakfast special chutney. There are days when you are busy in the mornings & do not have much time to grind coconut chutneys, these dry chutneys come to your rescue.
Each household has their own recipe, so does mine. This is what my Mom has been making since I was little & it was taught to her by my grandmother (another fabulous cook).
Molagapodi means – Molaga = Chillies & podi means powder.
So ideally this podi should be spicy to ensure your South Indian breakfast staples like idlis or dosas doesn’t taste bland.
A spoonful of this podi & a generous drizzle of nella ennai or sesame oil is just pure bliss. This podi is very useful during travelling. Some idlis smeared with this podi & oil & neatly packed in a…
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