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BEETROOT PACHADI RECIPE – KERALA STYLE

make beetroot pachadi

Today i have for you all a healthy,refreshing,yummy and super quick accompaniment made from Beetroot .That’s ” Beetroot Pachadi “. This beetroot pachadi is one of the famous dish in Kerala  style Onam Sadya .Try this any day and you are going to like it, it’s very simple and hardly takes any time.Its a comfort food as it balances out the heat and spice from the rest of the food . Pachadi is usually curd based dish can say something like raita . And like any other raita this beetroot pachadi is very simple to make make but tastes awesome. Do give a try and let me know your feedback.. here you go…


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BEETROOT PACHADI Yum
make beetroot pachadi
Course side dish
Cuisine kerala
Servings
serving
Ingredients
For the grinding
For the seasoning
Course side dish
Cuisine kerala
Servings
serving
Ingredients
For the grinding
For the seasoning
make beetroot pachadi
Instructions
  1. Grate beetroot and keep it aside.Use the big holes while grating .
  2. Transfer the grated beetroot to a vessel. Add little water and salt and keep it to cook till soft . Alternatively you can cook in microwave .
  3. Grind coconut, green chilli and jeera seeds to a smooth paste adding little water .
  4. Add the ground paste to the cooked beetroot . Add salt , mix well and cook on sim till the raw smell of the ground masala goes may be 5 minutes .
  5. Switch off and allow to cool . Once warm / cool , add whisked curd and mix well .
  6. make onam sadya beetroot pachadi
  7. Prepare a tempering . Heat a tsp of coconut oil preferable.Add mustard seeds, when it splutters, add curry leaves and pour it over the pachadi .
  8. Enjoy delicious beetroot pachadi as a side dish for rice.
    beetroot pachadi recipe
Recipe Notes

NOTE : 

If you want while grinding masala , you can add a small piece of ginger or onion ( shallots ) . Many do that way . But i like it plain

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