Ivy-gourd is rich in iron and vitamin B2 .Also it helps to lower blood sugar level in body.

This Ivy-gourd fry is my Mom’s recipe. The flavors are perfectly balanced in this. you can easily make a person to enjoy this dish who usually don’t prefer to eat it.

I attracted by people who has positive vibes, who has that ability to envelope the situation with a graceful smile & patience.
Each time i meet such person,they inspired me a lot. During my travel i get chance to explore life, people from different places .In a span of few minutes i feel so connected to these positive souls .I really love my time surrounded by those people gathering positiveness in life.
Have you ever realized when you cook your food with a happy mind it always tastes better! In fact whenever i am in a bad mood i don’t prefer at all cooking.
I take time to relax & change my mood. Because i strongly believe it’s a happy cook who puts life into the recipe..Isn’t it?

 

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Ivy-gourd Fry
ivy-gourd-fry
Course side dish
Cuisine south indian
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
serving
Ingredients
Course side dish
Cuisine south indian
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
serving
Ingredients
ivy-gourd-fry
Instructions
  1. cut all ivy gourd into two piece length wise.
  2. Heat oil in a pan,add curry leaves .Add ivy gourd ,turmeric ,salt and fry for 5 to 7 minute.
  3. Make a paste of coriander seed,coconut and red chili. Add this paste to ivy gourd.Fry for another 5 minute until they are almost dry.
  4. Add tamarind paste and saute for another 2 minute at high flame.
  5. Serve hot .
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