Unde Majjige Huli/Lentil dumplings in yoghurt sauce



English Translation to majjige huli was bit difficult. But just thought of putting it up as it may help non kannada users to understand the title.

My little one is now 4 month old and he rolls over :) Ever since he learned this new activity he has been practising it very well to master this activity.

Coming back to the recipe, please refer/click on majjige huli (click on this to get the recipe) to get basic majjige huli recipe.

Bele unde/Lentil dumplings

Togari Bele/Toor dal: Kadale Bele/Chana dal:Hesaru Bele/Moong dal: Together should make 1 cup
Hasiru Menasinakayi/green chilli: As required / Ruchige takkastu
Eerulli/Onion: 1 medium size (chopped finely)
Kottambari Soppu: 2 tbsp (chopped finely)
Jeera: 1/2tsp
salt

Soak all lentils/bele for atleast 3hrs. Blend all lentils with green chillies, jeera and salt to a coarse paste.
Transfer to a bowl and add chopped onions and coriander. Make them into desired shape and steam them like idlis for about 15 -20 mins or till they are done. Dip them in Majjige huli and bring to boil. Serve with hot rice and enjoy them.

Lakshmi@tasteofmysore

26 comments:

srividhya Ravikumar said...

delicious curry dear... we call it parupu urundai kuzhambu... looks lovely..

Prathibha said...

Hmm....Kanduntlu(as we call them) looks really yummy..its been ages I had that...

sowmya's creative saga said...

Nice colour..looks yumm..
I have something very similar in my blog ..http://creativesaga.blogspot.com/2009/02/ullundu-vadai-morkozhumbu-lentil.html

Shama Nagarajan said...

love this curry...nice one

Paaka Shaale said...

Hi Lakshmi,

Nimma recipe nodi namma ammana unde gojju gnyapaka bantu. EE recipege tumba dhanyavaadagalu :)

YOSEE said...

At our place, the Paruppu Urundai Morkuzhambu is a delicacy reserved for special occassions !

Pari said...

I had this at my MIL's place, she is an excellent cook and even urs looks great, tumba chanaagidira. Sorry my kannada isn't that good.
FOODELICIOUS

BangaloreBaker said...

This is a different one. My undes for this is different. I don't use onions, and no moong dal and urad dal. Just togari bele and kadale bele, red chillies, coconut and that kind of stuff. Looks good.

Priti said...

Looks yum and so perfect...

Vani said...

Naavu aambode haaktheve majjige huliyalli. Quite similar, alva? He rolled over?! How cute! Baby S is yet to do that. He seems quite content to loll around doing nothing :)

Hari Chandana said...

Yummy and delicious majjige huli.. looks perfect.. :)

Indrani said...

looks so yummy, LG..so you've started blogging again..template looks wonderful, how is the baby? I'm blogging from recipe junction now, no more Appyayan

Indrani
http://riappyayan.blogspot.com

notyet100 said...

template looks too cool..:-)
we call this kadhi looks delicious,..

Happy Cook said...

Looks so so good,i have never made this, but have only ate them in friends place.

Rachana said...

Delicious curry!

Akila said...

lovely recipe..... love it always...

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Chef Gulzar said...

Hi

lovely recipe..... love it always...nice one. Looks yum and so perfect...thanks for sharing this!



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Vanamala Hebbar said...

Nice recipe..

Zubaidatariq said...

Hi

lovely recipe..... love it always...nice one. Looks yum and so perfect...thanks for sharing this!


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Leena said...

Very tempting curry Laksmi, Thanks for sharing this recipe..

suma said...

Habbadalli bonda haakida majjige huli matte chitranna namma maneyalli favorite. Its a real one dish feast on a weekend. We use only kadalebele for the undes(which we call nucchina unde). Nice to come across ur blog!!






Dr.Sameena Prathap
said...

Hi,

wow...yummy looking dumplings...delicious...

Dr.Sameena@

www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

BangaloreBaker said...

Lakshmi,
I hope your visit was fun. I was planning to go but never got around and the school for my older one started. I am still debating when to go.How many months maternity leave do you get in Singapore? I envy people in Cananda. They get 1 year paid and 1 more year without pay. For me it was 6 weeks.

SPICE OF LIFE said...

HI,
THIS ONE LOOKS YUMMY ..THE FACT THAT THESE ARE STEAMED DUMPLINGS...MAKE THEM MORE TEMPTING ;) CONSIDERING THAT I HAVE TO WATCH MY WEIGHT :) SHALL TRY IT SOON AND LET U KNOW THE FEEDBACK FROM THE FAMILY

Sharon Colaco D'Souza said...

Yummmmm going to try this soon lakshmi!:)