Methi Gojju goes well with idli, dose, chapati, roti and rice as well. This can be stored in fridge for 15 days. Please try this all-in-one gojju recipe and let us know your comments.
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Oil - 2 Tbsp
Mustard Seeds - 1 Tbsp
Coriander Seeds - 1 Tbsp
Jeera - 1/2 Tbsp
Urad Dal - 1.5 Tbsp and Red Chilli - 10 Nos.
Tamarind - Big Gooseberry Size
Curry Leaves - 10 Nos. and Hing - 1/4 Tbsp
Methi Leaves - 1 Bunch (Only Fresh Leaves)
Turmeric Powder - 1/4 Tbsp
Jaggery - Small Gooseberry Size
Salt to taste and Seasoning (Oil, Mustard Seeds, Red Chilli, Curry Leaves)
Take a bunch of fresh methi leaves, take only fresh leaves, discard stem part, clean and wash it. Let the water drain completely.
In a Kadai, add 2 tbsp of oil, mustard seeds, jeera, coriander seeds.
Roast it nicely till slightly colour changes and mustard seeds splutter.
Now add urad dal, roast it and add red chillies and roast it till colour changes. To this add, tamarind and curry leaves. Roast it till color changes and it is aromatic.
Finally add hing and roast it for few seconds and keep it aside.
In the same kadai, add 1 tbsp of oil. When the oil is slightly warm, add turmeric powder and immediately add fresh methi leaves to avoid discoloration.
Roast it till methi completely shrinks. After that, add jaggery and salt to taste and roast again for few minutes so that water content is completely reduced. Keep it aside.
Grind the second step roasted ingredients first without adding water and add step 3 ingredients and make it into a coarse paste (try not adding extra water).
Ready the seasoning with oil, mustard seeds, red chilli, and curry leaves.
Add the seasoning on the grinded gojju and mix it well.This gojju can be stored in fridge upto 15 days
Gojju goes well with idli, dosa, chapati and rice. Pack chapatis or roti in Oddy Uniwraps Brown paper foil and give it in tiffin.
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