Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Mashed Kappa (Tapioca)



Ingredients:
Kappa (Tapioca) - 1 kilo
Turmeric Powder - 1/2 t spoon
Chilly Powder - 1/2 t spoon
Salt  - to taste
Dried Red Chilly - 3 no.s
Mustard Seeds - 1/2 t spoon
Curry leaves - 1 sprig
Cooking oil - 1 table spoon

Preparation:
  1. Boil kappa(Tapioca) in wide opened vessel with enough water, salt, turmeric, chilly powder and cover it with a lid.
  2. Once cooked lower the flame and mash the kappas well.
  3. Heat a pan and add oil. Splutter mustard seeds. Then add dried red chilly & curry leaves.
  4. Transfer these contents to the cooked kappas..
  5. Ready to serve with chutney.

27 comments :

  1. hi aparna,first time in ur blog.kappa looks yummy and mouthwatering

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  2. Yummm..such a tempting mashed tapioca..

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  3. mouthwatering and tempting dish..very colourful..

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  4. looks delicious and got a beautiful colour too..

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  5. Looks really tempting :) I like the yellow colour of the dish:)

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  6. Thanks Aparna for your sweet comment on my blog. M happy due to that I fount out this lovely space of yours! this dish looks so delicious with nice color too! m gonna follow u!
    I think yesterday google friend connect was down. So you could not follow my blog..u can give it a try now.

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  7. Nice job.. looks good. This is my favorite dish kappa and Meen curry.

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  8. Its my favourite too.........am drooling cing the picture..eniku vishakunne!

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  9. Hi thanks for the lovely comment...you have a wonderful blog with so many awesome recipes...loved reading all your posts...will keep in touch :)

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  10. Wow!!! Adipoli...Kothipichu penkochu

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  11. super recipe...nice click...i love it!

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  12. wow.. nicely mashed kappa... ready to go w/ meen curry... yummmmm..

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  13. Hi Aparna, first time here ...your blog rocks!!!! i liked your carrot and apple pickle post very interesting . Will go through all your posts in due time. You have so much to offer here. Keep it up. glad to follow you
    Keep blogging
    And hope to be in touch with you.
    If time permits do visit my blog http://hamareerasoi.blogspot.com/

    deepa

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  14. Hey, very new recipe..love this..

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  15. nice presentation aparna...kappayum meencurryum..kothiyakunnu..

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  16. Hi Aparna I would like to share an award with you, please collect it from my blog...

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  17. thankyou so much my friends. happy to see ur valuable comments..

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  18. @ thank you so much Jagruthi... for this encouragement..:)

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  19. Ingane kothipikaruthu dear...Kandittu thane control kitunilla..appo munpil kitiyaloooo...

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  20. What a fascinating way to prepare tapioca. I've only eaten it as a dessert, used it as a thickener for pies. Never knew it could be made into a savory.

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  21. Wish i could grab that plate of kappa , drool.

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