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Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Cracked Wheat Pongal /Godhumai Pongal /Godhumai Kara Pongal

image of Cracked Wheat Pongal /Godhumai PongalIngredients
Cracked Wheat-1/2 cup
Yellow moongh dhal-1/3 cup
Water-3 & 1/2 cup
Salt to taste
Grated ginger-1tsp
Tempering
Ghee-2tsp
Slightly crushed pepper-1/4tsp
Slightly crushed Jeera-1/2 tsp
Curry leaves-little
Cashew nut broken into small pieces-12
Method
Heat a pressure cooker & fry the moongh dhal till nice smell comes out.Add the ginger,cracked wheat,salt & water.Cook it till done.Temper it,mix well & serve it with chutney.

26 comments:

  1. Pongal looks so yummy and healthy.. the seasoning on the top makes me drool .... nice decor too.

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  2. nice variation. pongal looks so tempting.

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  3. I loved those flowers... Oops! sorry but my first look went towards those lovely flowers.... And the pongal... no second thoughts... That rocks for ever..... I love the taste but this pongal is with a variation.... which is really awesome I guess... :-)

    Ash...
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  4. Wat a delicious and healthy pongal..

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  5. Wonderful idea,healthy versions:)

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  6. Hy Sailu,

    This recipe is fab n nutritious..cute click.

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  7. this version is new for me, must be delicious with chutney!!!

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  8. Different pongal with buckwheat . Looks with a perfect texture

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  9. That's one healthy pongal...pic is cool

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  10. Pongal looks delicious ydy only i prepares this one.

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  11. buck wheat is a good variation. thanks for the recipe..

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  12. Wow. That Pongal looks fabulous! Love the new twist with Buckwheat!

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  13. Never eaten this before nice recipe will book mark and try.

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  14. Hi Sailaja,

    Thank you for the comments that you leave in my blog. I am following you now...Ta da...why are not sending it to the whole grain event.

    Buck wheat is a good grain to use. Very creative way of using it in our day to day recipes.Hey, why dont you send it to the whole grain event.I think it is an awesome entry.

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  15. Nice version, looks yummy and healthy.

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  16. Never used buck wheat,looks yummy and sounds great

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  17. Lovely dish!!!
    Thanks for leaving comments on my blog!!
    Following u now...:)
    Smitha
    http://smithasspicyflavors.blogspot.com

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