Carrot Poriyal Recipe | Carrot Palya | Carrot Stir Fry

Tamil Nadu style carrot with coconut stir fry recipe


Carrot Poriyal Recipe | Carrot Palya | Carrot Stir Fry


Tamil Nadu style carrot with coconut stir fry recipe | carrot palya recipe | carrot poriyal recipe with a detailed step by step images, and benefits.

Carrot poriyal is one of the popular South Indian style poriyal recipes. It pairs well with rice, roti, and tastes delicious with sambar, dal tadka, rasam, and curd rice as well.

Carrot dry curry is a no onion, no garlic, no masala, and a vegan recipe. It is also served at weddings and parties. The carrot stir fry makes a wholesome meal when you have it along with roti and dal sabzi.


Carrot Poriyal Recipe | Carrot Palya | Carrot Stir Fry


Carrot coconut curry is quite easy to prepare and doesn't take much time. Coconut is an optional ingredient, it is usually added to enhance the flavor that makes the entire curry flavorsome and aromatic.

Sometimes I do skip coconut in my curry. In fact, most of the South Indian poriyal recipes can be made without coconut, onion, and garlic too. It is such a simple and healthy side dish. Now, lets learn how to make this carrot curry.


Carrot Poriyal Recipe | Carrot Palya | Carrot Stir Fry


Recipe - carrot poriyal | carrot stir fry | carrot palya


Cuisine - Indian
Region - Tamil Nadu
Course - Side Dish
Serves - 2
Prep time - 10 min | Cook time - 15 min | Total time - 25 min
Diet: Vegetarian & Vegan
Author - Pavithra

Carrot fry Ingredients:


1. Carrot - 3 chopped
2. Oil - 1 tbsp
3. Mustard seeds - 1 tsp
4. Cumin seeds - 3/4 tsp
5. Channa dal - 1/2 tsp
6. Urad dal - 1/2 tsp
7. Curry leaves - 1 sprig
8. Green chili - 1
9. Red chili - 1
10. Hing/Asafoetida - A pinch
11. Water - 2 to 3 tbsp
12. Coconut - 2 tbsp shredded
13. Cilantro/Coriander leaves - 3 twigs


How to make carrot poriyal:


1. Heat oil in a pan over a medium flame. Temper seeds, dals, curry leaves, chili, hing.

2. Toss the chopped carrots.

3. Saute for a few mins and add required salt.

4. Pour enough water and mix well.

5. Cover it with a lid and let it cook for 10 to 15 mins over medium heat.

6. Add shredded coconut.

7. Saute for a minute or two and garnish cilantro. Switch off the flame once it is done.

8. Spicy carrot poriyal is ready to serve with roti, rice, etc.


How to make carrot poriyal with stepwise images:


1. Heat oil in a pan over a medium flame. Temper seeds, dals, curry leaves, chili, hing.


Carrot Poriyal Recipe | Carrot Palya | Carrot Stir Fry


2. Toss the chopped carrots.


Carrot Poriyal Recipe | Carrot Palya | Carrot Stir Fry


3. Saute for a few mins and add required salt.


Carrot Poriyal Recipe | Carrot Palya | Carrot Stir Fry


4. Pour enough water and mix well.


Carrot Poriyal Recipe | Carrot Palya | Carrot Stir Fry


5. Cover it with a lid and let it cook for 10 to 15 mins over medium heat.


Carrot Poriyal Recipe | Carrot Palya | Carrot Stir Fry


6. Add shredded coconut.


Carrot Poriyal Recipe | Carrot Palya | Carrot Stir Fry


7. Saute for a minute or two and garnish cilantro. Switch off the flame once it is done.

Carrot Poriyal Recipe | Carrot Palya | Carrot Stir Fry


8. Spicy carrot poriyal is ready to serve with roti, rice, etc.

Carrot Poriyal Recipe | Carrot Palya | Carrot Stir Fry

I have previously posted a lot of Tamil Nadu style poriyal, varuval, kootu recipes in my blog. Check out them below!


Check out my varuval/fry/roast recipes below:


Carrot Poriyal Recipe | Carrot Palya | Carrot Stir Fry


Carrot health benefits:


1. Carrots are packed with beta-carotene that converts our body into vitamin A.
2. Vitamin A is needed for good eyesight, immune system, growth and development, absorption of iron.
3. It contains Vitamin B6 which converts the food into energy.
4. It helps in blood pressure control.
5. It contains Vitamin K1 which promotes bone health.
6. It is rich in biotin, potassium.
7. It balances your blood sugar.
8. It helps with digestion.
9. Carrots are great for oral care, healthy skin, and hair.
10. It is low in calorie which helps to maintain body weight.


Coconut health benefits:


1. Coconut is packed with nutrients, vitamins, and minerals.
2. Rich in fiber.
3. It contains healthy fats and a great source of protein.
4. It promotes weight loss.
5. Good for skin and hair.
6. Excellent source of minerals such as magnesium, potassium, iron, copper.
7. It contains zinc and selenium which are required to maintain thyroid levels.
8. It is a great moisturizer for the skin and protects from the sun.


Carrot Poriyal Recipe | Carrot Palya | Carrot Stir Fry


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Carrot Poriyal Recipe | Carrot Palya | Carrot Stir Fry



Learn how to prepare carrot poriyal | carrot Stir Fry | carrot Palya with stepwise photos.



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