Sundal podi recipe | Sundal masala powder for poriyal | Sundal powder recipe

Sundal podi recipe | Sundal powder | sundal masala powder for poriyal



Sundal podi recipe | Sundal masala powder for poriyal | Sundal powder recipe

Sundal podi recipe | Sundal powder recipe | Sundal masala powder for poriyal 
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Sundal Podi is a dry spice mix powder used to make South Indian savory sundal and poriyal recipes. Sundal podi is made with channa dal, urad dal, toor dal, coriander seeds, red chili, sesame seeds, and asafoetida/hing. This podi can be added to any type of sundal.

Sundal podi recipe | Sundal masala powder for poriyal | Sundal powder recipe

Sundal powder
 is a versatile spice mix and comes in very handy. It
 helps to enhance the overall flavor and aroma of the sundal. It is a simple recipe and easy to make within 10 mins. For longer shelf life, make sure you store it in an air-tight glass container.

Sundal is a Tamil word, which means the lentils/beans/legumes are soaked, boiled, and seasoned in herb oil(tadka) and flavored with grated coconut and coriander leaves.

Sundal podi recipe | Sundal masala powder for poriyal | Sundal powder recipe

Sundal 
is a snack traditionally made with different kinds of lentils, legumes, pulses, and cereals. It is also sold as a street food snack in restaurants, parks, and beaches. It can also be served as a mid-morning or evening snack, along with tea or coffee.

Sundal is a healthy and savory snack recipe. Sundal recipes are widespread among south Indian and Tamil cuisine. Sundal can be made with chickpeas, black channa, kollu, mung bean, kidney bean, black-eyed bean, etc. The spiciness can be adjusted as per your choice.

Sundal is usually served as prasad/prasadham in Hindu temples and made at home during the Navaratri festival. Ganesh Chaturthi, Krishna Jayanthi in Tamil Nadu.

Sundal podi recipe | Sundal masala powder for poriyal | Sundal powder recipe

Recipe: Sundal powder recipe | Sundal podi recipe | sundal masala powder for poriyal


Serves - 1 cup/12 tbsp
Cuisine - South Indian
Course - Spice mix
Prep time - 5 mins | Cook time - 10 mins
Author - Pavis Kitchen
Publisher - Pavithra

Sundal powder ingredients:

Toor dal - 2 tbsp
Urad dal - 2 tbsp
Channa dal - 2 tbsp
Coriander seeds – 4 tbsp
White sesame seeds - 1 tbsp
Red chili – 5 (as per spice)
Asafoetida/Hing - 1/2 tsp

Notes:

1. Adjust red chili as per spice level.
2. Add 1 to 2 tsp of sundal podi while making sundal and poriyal.
3. Add hing while grinding the powder.

How to make sundal podi:


1. In a pan or Kadai, dry roast toor dal, channa dal, and urad dal on a low flame. Fry until it becomes golden brown and the raw smell leaves off. This should take 5 minutes or so.

2. In the same pan, dry roast the coriander seeds, sesame seeds, and red chili one by one over a low flame.

3. Transfer all the roasted ingredients to a plate and cool them completely.
 
4. Then crush the ingredients to a fine powder in a spice grinder or mixie.

5. Transfer the powder to an air-tight glass container and store it. Use a clean, dry spoon for longer shelf life.

6. Use the sundal podi for vegetable poriyal or stir-fries and any sundal.


Sundal podi recipe | Sundal masala powder for poriyal | Sundal powder recipe


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