Today I will give you a Pavakkai recipe for preparing a dish with bitter and sour taste. Its a typical Kerala dish which our old grandmothers used to prepare and serve with boiled rice. The new generation may not have tasted this. Mothers are also hesitant to prepare this kaypakka curry because of the bitter taste. But if you prepare it well (with no /little bitter taste), even children will love this dish.
Pavakkai recipe – Pulicurry
Add 3 tea spoon coconut oil to the frying pan (If you have a manchatti / clay pot, it will be more tastier.
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