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127 coconut oil recipes

Last Updated : Oct 13,2020


नारियल का तेल रेसिपी - हिन्दी में पढ़ें (coconut oil recipes in Hindi)
નાળિયેરનું તેલ રેસીપી - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો (coconut oil recipes in Gujarati)


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A traditional preparation of kadala curry served with puttu.
1) this goes very well with chapathis, rotis, parathas and puttu

2) if you don't have coconut milk, you may grind grated coconut(of half a coconut) and pepper and use instead.

3) by substituting potatoes with tapioca pieces, you can make delicious "tapioca stew"

try this one and ....
A south indian delicacy, aviyal is full of exotic traditional south indian flavors. A mix of vegetables and spices blended with curd and coconut, quick avial is easy to prepare in minutes and is sure to tempt every palate and taste buds.
Serve hot with channa masala or mashed potato masala or any kurma.

Red/ brown rice takes a long cooking time, hence its cooking can be started first, while you prepare the chutney.
If you don't mind the taste of coconut oil you can mix 1tsp of coconut oil to the boiled asparagus stems before adding them to the pan
Coconut aval or poha is the traditional way of preparing the popular snack or breakfast item, poha . This healthy recipe is prepared from soaked rice flakes or poha which is stir fried with vegetables, tempered with mustard seeds, dals and curry leaves. The poha is tossed with freshly grated coconu ....
This is a very easy to prepare snack, and just as tasty to eat. made with readily available ing.in the kitchen, easy to prepare when you have unexpected guests.
For getting more taste add crushed curry leaves
An authentic south indian recipe. . . Spiced up with red chillies!
Green chillies can be substituted with red chillies in this delicious spicy recipe.
Add innovation to your everyday meal menu by trying out this unique recipe ,suran and raw kela subzi. The unusual combination of raw bananas or kela with suran or yam is simply amazing when cooked together in a medley of spice powders.
This is a popular havyaka dish and very good for rainy season. This is a traditional recipe which i have learnt from my mom.
A sweet and sour ginger-tamarind chutney which adds a zing to any rice dish and also can be a new and tasty chutney for kebabs, tikkis and other chaat items. Tastes est with traditional curd rice from south.
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