- Medium Sized Pot
- Small Pot
- Cutting Board
Vegetables & Greens
- 250 grams Pumpkin Any local variety or cousin of the pumpkin, seeds taken out and cut into cubes of 1 inch.
- 2 pieces Green Chillies You can use more if you want it spicier. Dice it fine
- .5 inch Fresh Ginger
- 100 grams Coriander Leaves
- 1 tsp Turmeric Powder
- 2 tsp Coriander Seeds
Dairy & Milk
- 150 ml Curds Is the same as Yoghurt, or Kefir.
- 150 ml Coconut Milk You need to check a few brands and select one which does not have much of the coconut oil smell in it.
Pulses & Grains
- 1 tbsp Chana Dal Can be substitute it with any locally available variety of yellow or red lentils.
Spices for seasoning
- .5 tsp Black Mustard Seeds
- 1 tsp Cumin Seeds
- .25 tsp Asafoetida Optional - use it if you can find it.
- 4 pieces Curry Leaves Optional - use it if you can find it.
- 1 tbsp Refined oil Prefer peanut oil. But you can use any refined oil of your choice. Preferably not olive oil as it adds an inherent strong aroma.
- Soak the desiccated coconut in hot water. for 20 minutes.
- Soak the lentil in water for 20 minutes. The water level should be 1 inch above that of the lentils.
- Put the Curds into the blender with equal amount of water and blend it well to make buttermilk.
- Grind the Chana Dal, Soaked Coconut, Cocnut milk, Ginger, Coriander Seeds, Green Chillies, Cumin Seeds, Coconut Milk into a fine paste.
- Take the Pumpkin in a pot with water(Should stand 2 inches above the level of the pumpkin) and 1 tea spoon of Turmeric powder.
- Put the pot on the stove with high flame/heat and let it boil till the pumpkin gets cooked well for around 15 minutes. You can test it by taking a piece of the pumpkin out with a spoon to test it.
- Once you see the pumpkin is cooked, add the ground Masala and allow it to cook for another 5 minutes.
- Then reduce the flame/heat till the boil comes down to just a mild simmer. Then add the blended curds(Buttermilk) in and allow it simmer for another 5 minutes. Then turn off the flame/stove.
- Take 1 table spoon of oils in the Small Pot and put it on a flame till the oil heats up. To test if the oil is hot enough, you can put a seed of the black mustard to see if it sputters. If it sputters, put the rest of the mustard seeds, curry leaves and Asafoetida into the oil, mix with a spoon and pour it onto the what you cooked in the large pot.
- Your Majjige Huli Is ready. Server it with some steamed rice and Enojy!
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