Today, I'm here to not share the snake gourd curry recipe which is common as berakaya pala kura or sorakaya pala kura, another recipe common to Andhra dish. Snake gourd is additionally called Potlakaya in Telugu, it has a snake-like shape and has nutrients A, B, and C including critical degrees of dietary filaments and a lot of water. It is a low-calorie food and accommodating for sound nourishment.
- Snake gourd - 1
- Coconut- 1
- Green chillies - 6
- Garlic- 2 cloves
- Cinnamon - 2 inch
- Urad dal - 1tbsp
- Red chilli -1 tbsp
- Jeera - 1/2 tbsp
- Mustard seeds - 1/2 tbsp
- Curry leaves
- Cut snake gourd into 3/4 inch pieces.
- Blend it in with a little salt and subsequent to saving for some time, press out the water.
- Now take a kadai, heat 2 tsps oil in a kadai and add urad dal, jeera and mustard seeds and red bean stew.
- When dal turns out to be marginally red put curry leaves and snake gourd pieces.
- Cover the top with a plate and cook for 5 minutes.
- Make powder with garlic cloves, cinnamon, green chillies, coconut.
- Add this combination into the snake gourd and keep cooking for one more 5 to 10 minutes on sluggish fire without the cover.
- Serve the curry with rice.