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November 25, 2009

CHAYOTE CHUTNEY/CHOW CHOW THOGAYAL-THOGAYAL RECIPES

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I tried this thogayal from a cookbook. A very tasty thogayal that goes well with plain rice topped with sesame oil.
chow chow thogayal



Ingredients 
  • Chayote / Chow chow – 1 no( medium size)
  • Tamarind – Small gooseberry size
  • Red chilly – 3-4 nos
  • Urad dal – 1 tsp
  • Channa dal – 1 tsp
  • Hing / Asafetida – 1 pinch.
  • Oil – 1 tbsp
  • Salt & water – As needed.
Method :
  • Heat a kadai with a tbsp of oil and add red chilly, urad , channa dal and hing.
  • Roast till the dals turn golden brown.Set aside.
  • Peel off the skin of chayote and chop finely.Saute and cook till soft.
  • Let it cool down and then grind everything with tamarind ,salt and water.
  • Serve with plain rice & sesame oil..
 chow chow thogayal 1




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54 comments :

  1. That looks so gud! I have chow chow in hand,will try for sure :)

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  2. really mouthwatering one...looks spicy!

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  3. Such a tempting picture, really looks spicy and delicious..i do prepare thogayal with chow chow but bit different..yummy dish..

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  4. hi chitra, nice! i like chow chow. and never had it in chutney form.

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  5. wow......looks yumm dear..tha too with rice .....it sounds delicious....sure will try.

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  6. thuvayal is the only thing I make and I love with chayote...looks yumm..

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  7. Look sso yummy....sounds gr8 wid rice.

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  8. Along with the ingredients you have mentioned, I add grated coconut too. And yours have got a gorgeous color.

    Got to know much more about chow chow through ur KC.

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  9. Wow..that was so neat!Looks real tempting!

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  10. I always thought choc choc was a bland veg, but mad elike this it looks so delicous.

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  11. looks real good chitra! a nice comfort food too :)nice click :)
    TC

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  12. Hi Chitra,

    Chow chow Chutney looks very spicy and delicious too....
    checked out ur ragi vermicelli dish dear. Simply superb!!!!!

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  13. Looks spicy and delicious....Never tried this ..its a new recipe to me.

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  14. This looks yummy and perfect for hot steamed rice.

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  15. Looks spicy and yummy....Never tried any recipes with chow chow...it is new to me.

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  16. pls see this link

    http://sashiga.blogspot.com/2009/11/blog-post_25.html

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  17. looks delicious and yummy, dear....tempting clicks!

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  18. That looks really yum dear! I make only kootu, thogaiyal is a nice idea! :)

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  19. Never know a thogayal with chayote . Thanks dear. The health benefit inspires me to use it often. Thogayal looks so lovely.

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  20. I will grab Chayote this weekend and make this one sounds tooo good :)

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  21. Thogayal looks great and sounds a super hit dish Chitra. I always make only withthe peel and not the veggie as such. Will give this a try.

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  22. Good idea to use this veg....nice click

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  23. I never tried this one before... always use chayote in koottu or sambar... this one sounds like a good variation... will try this next time

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  24. Picture looks very tempting Chitra... perfect one with hot rice, rasam and papad :)

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  25. Chow chow thuvaiyal sounds yumm, looks delish:)

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  26. i always make kootu with chow chow.Thogayal is a nice variation.and looks very nice.Great click.

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  27. very innovative.
    Chitra, plz accept the award I passed to you.
    Check here
    http://www.vidyasrecipes.com/2009/11/radish-sambar.html

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  28. awesome blog!!

    check out mine:
    www.windowsillseat.blogspot.com
    i have a recipe for the bombay sandwich!!
    follow me :)

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  29. looks thick and creamy consistency; nice thuvayal with chow-chow!!

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  30. wow, this is simple comfort food

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  31. Oi, amiga!
    Voltei porque senti saudade do seu cantinho.
    Que receita deliciosa e nutritiva... além de linda e apetitosa.
    Você é muito talentosa!
    Parabéns!!!
    Aguardo você em:
    magiadaines.blogspot.com
    Beijinhos carinhosos.
    Itabira - Brasil

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  32. tasty one,i like to this with idly & dosa

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  33. I never knew you could make a thogiyal with chow chow. Have used it only for curry and kootu. Will definitely try this sometime.

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  34. I didn't know you could make thoghiyal with chow chow. Only make kootu and curry. Will definitely try this one out.
    (PS: tried posting this earlier - if there is duplication - am sorry)

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  35. Chow chow thogayal sounds yum ! Loved the new layout and look of your site .....

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  36. I have a similar one in my space too. Love chayote in any form.

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  37. you made delicious creamy curry with chayote. Innovative!

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  38. The pic says it all Chitra.I love to make these...they hardly take time.Great stuff on the kitchen clinic too:)

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  39. Delicious and beautiful! I love this recipe.

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  40. nice one my fav like to eat with kootu..drop in sometime.

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  41. That looks so delicious and mouth watering, love the information you provide, i just read your profile and saw that your profession is cooking...are you a professional chef?

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  42. Thank u all dearies for ur encouraging words..
    @parita , thanks..LoL , iam not a chef..I've mentioned cookking as my occupation , interest & hobby..Tat u've mistaken i think..;)Thanks dear , i've edited my profile :)

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