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Til curry (diet for anaemia)

This dish is called 'nuvvula kura' in Telugu

Recipe by davinder of dingmannsferry, US

til is very good for making new blood in body and helps in filtering blood,and its not much heavy food so any one can use this ,,weak person and kids must have this okits very tasty ,it takes only 15-30 mins.

Ingredients vegetarian 2 servings

    • 150g - white til, dry fried
    • 2 - onion, medium, cut into small pieces
    • 2 - green chilli, chopped
    • salt
    • 1/4 tsp jeera
    • 1/4 inch piece - ginger, chopped fine
    • 1/2 tsp - red chilli powder
    • 1/4 tsp - mustard seeds
    • A pinch of haldi
    • 8 - curry patta leaves
    • 1 tbsp - oil
    • 5 - garlic cloves, crushed roughly
    • 1 tsp - chopped coriander leaves


    1. Grind til, ginger and green chilli into a coarse paste
    2. Heat oil, add mustard seeds, jeera and curry leaves
    3. Fry till the mustard seeds splutter, add garlic cloves and onion pieces and fry till they become soft
    4. Add til paste, red chilli powder, salt and haldi and let it cook for 2 to 3 min till the oil separates and til curry looks grainy and dry
    5. Sprinkle chopped coriander leaves mix well and remove
    6. Serve with hot plain rice
    7. You can add boiled, cubed potato pieces to this curry



    Hi ! Wishing all Keralites on Khana Khazana a very Happy Onam !


    Hi ! Tooba , Coming to an expectant mother gud nutrition is very important especially during the critical first trimester . It 's better to avoid sesame as there are chances of miscarriage . There are a lot of conflict still going on over this . You guys are educated and its upto you to make an educated decision . Foods rich in Iron : Dates , Figs , Walnuts , Almonds , Peanuts ,Apricots , Prunes, Raisins , Corn , Green Peas , Tomatoes , Kiwi , Watermelon , Gooseberry , Millet , Sprouts , Lima bean , Kidney Bean , Avocado , Grapes , Spinach , Amaranth , Drumstick leaves , Lettuce , Broccoli , Kale , Swiss chard , Asparagus , Plaintain etc .


    y nt for expecting mothrzz??if it is gud for anemic people then it shud b taken by expectng mthrz???


    Hi ! Dawinder .... Nice Healthy recipe . Thank U . Sesame seeds are rich in health benefiting Nutrients , Vitamins , Antioxidants and Minerals . Sesame seeds lower bad Cholesterol , Regulates Cardiac and skeletal muscles , Protects the liver against diseases , Stimulates blood circulation , Prevents high blood pressure , Helps in red blood cell production , Relieve Constipation and prevents Early aging . A handful of sesame a day provides enough recommended levels of phenolic antioxidants , vitamins, minerals nd Protein . To be avoided by expectant mothers .