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Cabbage thoran



             
                 I had no idea there was a difference between 'thoran' and 'mezhukupuratty' until I read it from the blog Malabar Spices. She has clearly mentioned the difference between them . Like her, I was also calling all of them as 'Upperi'. But now I know and thanks to her.

'Thoran' has coconut in it while 'mezhukupuratti' means stir fried in oil .:)
                This is the recipe of famous and the traditional cabbage described very simply. My cabage was yellow colored, but dont know why, the yellowness didnt come out in the camera. I tried hard UUPH!!#!

Ingredients :
  1. Cabbage : 1/2 of medium sized; finely chopped 
  2. Onion medium sized : 1 ; finely chopped
  3. Green chillies : 3, halved and splitted
  4. Grated coconut : 3 tbsp (see note )
  5. Turmeric powder : 1/2 tsp
  6. Oil : 2-3 tbsp
  7. Mustard seeds : 1/2 tsp
  8. Curry leaves : a few
Method :
  1.  Mix grated coconut, chopped cabbage, turmeric powder and green chilles in a bowl and rest it for 15 min.
  2. Heat a wok and add oil. When it gets hot, add mustard seeds and let it splutter
  3. Add curry leaves and the cabbage-coconut mixture from the bowl into this.
  4. Mix together and cook for sometime covered . Sprinkle some water and check in between so that it wont get burnt.
  5. Serve with rice

by Nilofer Ajmal
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