Peanut Sundal / Verkadalai Sundal


Ganesh chaturthi is coming on next Monday and I am sick here and not able to cook anything special for the festival. I was able to make only this simple sundal today and posting it now for your treat....


Basic Information:

Preparation Time: 5 minutes
Soaking Time: 1 -2 hours
Cooking Time: 15 minutes
Serves: 3


Ingredients:

Peanuts / Verkadalai - 1 cup (raw, dried peanuts with skin)
Oil - 2 teaspoons
Mustard seeds - 1/2 teaspoons
Onion - 1/4 cup, thinly sliced
Asafoetida - a big pinch
Salt - to taste
Dry red chillies - 3 nos., crushed
Grated coconut - 3 tablespoons
Curry leaves - 1 spring

Method:

1) Slightly wash and soak peanuts for 1 to 2 hours.
2) Drain the water. Pressure cook it for 2-3 whistles with salt and water.  Add water just to immerse it. Depending upon the type of peanuts you may need to cook it for more number of whistles.


3) When the steam completely suppresses, open the pressure cooker and drain the water.
4) In a frying pan, heat oil.
5) Throw mustard seeds and asafoetida when it is hot.
6) Add dry red chillies and curry leaves(I didn't add as I didn't have when I prepared this sundal). Saute for few seconds.
7) Add onion and saute till the onion becomes soft.


8) Add peanuts and coconut. Mix well. Taste and adjust the salt.
9) Mix well for a minute.
10) Serve warm.


Notes:

1) You can skip onion from this recipe if you are planning to do it for ganesh chuturthi. But it really adds nice taste and flavor.
2) You can also use desiccated coconut.

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16 comments:

wow Uma... its my most favorite sundal... omg... u make me drool here ;)Superb...

this sundal looks super tempting....

I never eaten or tried eaten anything with boiled peanuts,but this looks so inviting,will try for sure!

the dish looks so appetizing !!Will taste great as well :-)

wow this sundal this tempting me !! :) looks super delicious and lovely clicks dear :)

looks tempting .. Nice presentation

just love this peanut usali.....

One of my favorite sundals...Looks inviting

take care uma.. dont stress much if u are not well..

Looks tempting n healthy n lovely cliks.

I love this peanut sundal from all other regular sundal its so yumm and delicious.

Lovely clicks of a tempting sundal :)

Hi Uma,

Your peanut sundal looks great! This is my first visiting your blog and I'm impressed with all delicious cooking and food photography :D

Nice to know you via blogging. I'm now your latest follower and hope that you can follow mine too :D

Zoe

I am a first time visitor to your Page, loved the idea of dedicating an entire blog space to Desserts.

Wowww.. very beautiful pictures.. awesome job dear :)

Yummy and healthy peanut sundal, nice clicks too....

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