Pacha Pulinkari

Today on amateur cooking we will explain how to make pacha pulincurry. Pacha pulincurry is a simple traditional dish from Kerala.

With a few ingredients, this quick dish only takes 25 minutes to prepare and has a tangy taste.

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It’s a Plan-B dish for sambar if am late to cook. This delicious curry goes well with rice.

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Pacha Pulinkari


4 persons

25 minutes

Items List

Name Quantity Image
Okra 100 g
Drumstick 100g
Indian Broad Bean 50g
Carrot 50g
Tamarind Water 2 tb sp
Scraped coconut 1cup
Fenugreek seeds 1 ½ tsp
Salt enough to taste
Turmeric ½ tea sp
Water 3 cups
Curry leaves 6 leaves
Oil ½ tb sp
Mustard seed 1 tea sp
Dried red chillies 4 nos


Stage 1

Cut all the Veggies. You can add any vegetable to pulincurry. Today we will be adding carrot, drumsticks, Okra and Broad Beans.

Stage 2

To a pressure cooker, add all the vegetables, tamarind water, salt and 2 cups of water and close the lid with weight on and let it cook for one whistle at low flame. Keep it aside to let the pressure cool down.

Stage 3

Heat a Kadai and add red chillies and fenugreek seeds. Roast them without burning in medium flame for about 2 minutes.

Stage 4

Transfer the roasted items mixer jar along with scraped coconut and turmeric powder. Pour ½ cup water and blend it to a smooth paste.

Stage 5

Open the pressure cooker and add the coconut paste.

Stage 6

Stir it well while it boils, for 5minutes.Add water if required.

Stage 7

Remove the cooker from the stove.

Heat a tadka pan, pour oil, pop mustard seeds, add dried red chilli (cut in small pieces) and curry leaves. Let it fry for 30 seconds .

Stage 8

Pour this seasoning to the curry.

The tasty pacha pulinkari is ready!!!


  • Tamarind water can be made by socking and squeezing out the juice of 3 nos of 3 seeded tamarind
  • If you feel that the curry is too tangy, add a pinch of jaggery at stage 6
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