Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Peanut Sundal / Groundnut Sundal / Navrathri Sundal Recipe:

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Peanut  Sundal  is one of the healthy and finger-licking sundal recipe, prepared during this 9 days of Hindu festival Navrathri..!  
It is a simple and delicious treat with a combo of boiled peanuts, spice pwd and coconut. 
It makes a low fat spicy snack and tastes irresistible with a hot cuppa coffee or chai in  the evening…:)


Try this easy peasy recipe and enjoy..!!
Ingredients:
·      Peanuts ( Verkadalai )             - 1 cup
·      Oil                                         - 1 tsp
·      Hing                                      - a pinch
·      Mustard                                 - ¼ tsp
·      Urad dal                                 - ½ tsp
·      Cumin                                    - ¼ tsp
·      Red chilly                               - 1
·      Curry leaves                           - 6 to 8
·      Grated coconut                      - 1 tbsp
·      Lemon juice                           - ½ tsp
·      Salt to taste
·      Fresh cilantro leaves
For Spice Pwd:
·Chana dal ( kadalai paruppu)       - 1 tsp
·Coriander seeds                         - 1 tsp
·Red chilly                                   - 1
·Scraped coconut                        - 1 tbsp
Method:
1.   Soak Peanuts for 30 mins.  ( if you have fresh peanuts , with outer coat, boil them without soaking )
2.   Cook till tender with required water and salt in a pressure cooker.
3.   Strain the peanuts and keep aside.
4.   Dry roast the ingredients given above for spice pwd.
5.   Allow to cool and pwd it.
6.   Heat oil in a kadai.
7.   Season with hing, mustard, urad dal, cumin, curry leaves and red chilly.
8.   When they splutter, add the peanuts and sauté in low flame for 2 to 3 mins.

9.   Add the freshly prepared spice pwd. Sauté well.
10. Turn off heat and add the grated coconut.
11.Add few drops of lemon juice and freshly chopped cilantro leaves.
12.Combine well.
13.Serve it with a meal or as an evening snack.
14.  Enjoy the healthy & yummy taste of Peanut Sundal.

Click  Here  to view the other delicious Sundal recipes..!!

47 comments:

  1. My mouth waters Jay..truly yummy sundal .

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  2. This looks wonderful Jay..I am drooling here..

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  3. Very Tempting! Lovely clicks! Simple, healthy yet delicious.

    http://anshu-mymomsrecipes.blogspot.in/

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  4. ahh just looking at these is making my hungry!! look great!!

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  5. Healthy and delicious sundal,love the clicks.

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  6. Delicious sundal. Boiled peanuts can be had plain, but you just made it more delicious.

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  7. Yummmmm...

    http://vegetarianmedley.blogspot.com/

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  8. Wish to stay near your house to enjoy this delicious Navaratri feast..Simply irresistible click..

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  9. Hi Jay, this peanuts look so yummy yum yum delicious. Don't think I can stop eating if this bowl is place in front of me. LOL

    Have a nice week ahead.

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  10. reminds me of peanut chaat.. i make it too jay but i add a bit of raw mango!! looks relish

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  11. I can´t easily imagine the boiled peanuts, but I ´m sure this recipe is wonderful. :)

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  12. wow healthy n yummy sundal,me too posted it:)

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  13. Very tempting peanuts sundal. Looks really flavourful.

    today's recipe:
    http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.com/2012/10/a-quick-chicken-curry.html

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  14. Oh wow, now this just looks too good! It's a good thing I'm not allergic to peanuts :)

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  15. Thanks for your precious time and wonderful feedback friends..;)
    have a lovely day..!

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  16. Happy Navaratri Jay, Sundal is mouthwatering!

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  17. so tempting..and healthy one..

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  18. Peanuts with coconut?? I love anything with coconuts!

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  19. Delicious Sundal looks yummy...Happy Navaratri.

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  20. Happy Navaratri, sundal looks delicious.

    Participate in my first event
    http://www.asiyama.blogspot.com/2012/10/my-first-event-feast-of-sacrifice.html

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  21. sundal looks so good..makes me drool :)

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  22. Mouthwatering sundal!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  23. Mouth watering clicks, feel like grabbing it!

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  24. my most fav sundal,looks yumm...

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  25. hi jay. thank you for the delicious peanut snack recipe. i bookmarked already. love this kind of snack. have a nice day

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  26. A perfect evening snack and my mom used to make this when we were kids.

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  27. inviting dear..join me in fast food event - vermicilli .

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  28. Give me that bowl,i want this yummy sundal.

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  29. Lovely presentation n healthy indeed...
    Daily one neivedhyam happening for 9 days
    of Navratri"
    Today's recipe - Yucca Sundal
    Nitha's Kitchen

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  30. Healthy and yummy sundal...All blogs posted the same peanut sundal...Is Day 1 of navarathri are we supposed to make peanut sundal...

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  31. healthy and protein rich sundal
    great-secret-of-life.blogspot.com

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  32. Nice sundal recipe, nice clicks too

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  33. you seriously come up with the BEST recipes... i don't know where your inspiration comes from. I love it. I still have to make so many things from your blog, just life takes a toll sometimes, but i haven't forgotten. :)

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  34. Wow, can anything be better than this? Really good stuff - thanks.

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  35. Hi Jay
    Super sublime sundal synonymous with Navaratri. Thanks for sharing.

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  36. Looks tempting..... I try this recipe.

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  37. That looks lip smacking!

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