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This is an easiest procedure in a jiffy. This fry is very delicious with chappthies. It will accompany with hot steamed rice too.


Button mushrooms 500 gms
shallots peeled off one cup
Curry leaves one sprig
Shakthi mutton masala powder one tablespoon
Chilly powder half spoon
Hybrid tomato two finely chopped two
Turmeric powder one spoon
Cloves two
Cinnamon small piece
Cardamom one
Coriander leaves chopped one cup
Groundnut oil one tablespoon


Wash the button mushrooms and chop them.
Heat the pan with oil.
Add cloves, cardamom, and cinnamon.
Add shallots, curry leaves.
Add turmeric, chilly powder and shakthi mutton masala powder.
Let the flame is in low medium.
Add tomato dices and allow to cook until mashy texture
Add washed button mushroom pieces and stir and incorporate all the ingredients to gether.
Add salt.
No need to add water.
Close the lid and cook for few minutes.
Finally ad coriander leaves.

Button mushroom stir Fry is ready to have with chappathies.


Moringa Oleifera is the botanical name of drumstick tree. 

Scientists state that the moringa tree possesses unique and excellent source of protein and iron and hence it promises the million and million people of impoverished communities who are in need of dietary supplements such as minerals and vitamins.Fresh murungai or drumstick pods are possessing the considerable amounts of Oleic acid, mono-saturated fat.

Vitamin A and vitamin C are packed in the fresh pods that satisfy the daily requirements of the minerals and vitamins.(Intake of 100 gms of murungai pods)
Moreover the pods contain the good amount o many B complex vitamins such as folates, vitamin B6 and Thiamin. Riboflavin and Niacine are o enzymes containing in the pods  are great support in metabolic activities.

We will make use of these valuable drumstick pods having in our regular diet by various delicious methods of cooking. 

Now we will get one of the delicious cuisine of Kongu folks.


Moringa pods ten cut into piece…