Pappaya Ularthu



Ingredients:-
Raw Pappaya cut lengthwise - 1/2 kg
shallots chopped - 5-6 nos
Garlic crushed - 3 cloves
Green chillies - 2-3 nos half slit
Turmeric powder - 1/4 tsp
Red chilli powder - 1/2 tsp
Mustard seeds
Curry leaves
Oil
Salt to taste
Method:-
Heat oil in a pan and add mustard seeds
When it starts to splutter add chopped shallots ,garlic,green chillies,and saute' it for 2-3 minutes
Add turmeric powder and red chilli powder and fry it for a minute
Now add the pappaya pieces ,mix it well and cover it with a lid,allow it cook for a medium flame for 3-4 minutes.Add 1/4 cup water if neededRemove the lid and keep it on a low flame
Let the pappaya get roasted for 10 minutes ,and the excess water is absorbed
Remove from fire and serve hot

Recipe courtsey:- Vanitha

47 comments:

Parita said...

Thats so sweet of you dear...thank you so much for sharing your awards with me :)

Sanghi said...

Yummy raw papaya delight sarah..! Congrats on the awards..!

Aysha said...

Wow...amazing recipe dear...congrats on ur awards n thaks a ton 4 passing it on to me...it really means a lot...

Padma said...

Congrats on your awards Sarah... papaya curry looks very tempting ... nice different recipe.. thanks so much for passing the awards to me dear :)

priya said...

this looks sooooo yummy, dear!!...i wud try this out!!

Sarah Naveen said...

Thanx Parita ,Sanghi and Aysha!!!

Sarah Naveen said...

Thnx a bunch Padma and priya...I got this recipe from Vanitha..I was drooling looking at the picture :)

Purva Desai said...

first time to this delicious blog.....this looks very different and delicious dish...thanks for sharing

En Samaiyal said...

Wow unique & yummy recipe ,Looking very colourful dear ...congrats on ur Awards

Sandhya Hariharan said...

Thanks a lot Sara for sharing the awards!! I am really touched :)

Sarah Naveen said...

Thanx Purva,Priya and Sandhya!!

Priti said...

Something new for me...looks gud..and Congrats on ur awards plus on ur 51st post ;)

Gita said...

I have never cooked with raw pappaya..looks good Sarah...have to try this :) Congrats on your awards :)

Yasmeen said...

unique and delicious papaya curry.thanks for sharing the awards:)

Anncoo said...

Congratulations Sarah. Never try papaya curry before but looks delicious.

Nithya said...

Wow.. I have never heard of this dish. Sure to be good. Will try it soon. :)

Congrats on your awards :)

Sailaja Damodaran said...

Never made dishes with papaya....easy one

Priya said...

Very new dish to me, looks gorgeous..COngrats on ur awards Sarah!

Preety said...

congrats on your award..lovely pappaya delight

Vrinda said...

Congrats on ur awards and thanx a lot for thinking of me..This papaya thoran is my hubby's fav...

Sarah Naveen said...

Thank u all!!!

Angie's Recipes said...

Congratulations on your awards (So many!) :-)

I have yet made any savory papaya dish, it looks so nice and unique.

Angie's Recipes

prasukitchen.blogspot.com said...

Congratulations on ur well deserved awards dear !!

Pavithra said...

Congrats on your well deserved award and curry looks awesome.

Babli said...

Heartiest congratulations to you for your award. Papaya dish looks very delicious and yummy. I will definitely try out your lovely recipe.

Varsha Vipins said...

Pappaya mezhukkupuratti was such a long forgotten recipe for me..mom used to make this with home grown pappaya's..your post reminded me of it Sarah..looks so tasty..:)

Ann said...

My God,that papaya made me nostalgic..we had enough of them at home which i didnt value much as a child..These days am craving for some of them..made my day this one Sarah..great recipe

congrats on the award..Thanks for remembering me..

Sireesha said...

Wow..Fabulous recipe ...Congrats on all ur awards...

Rekha shoban said...

delicious recipe...congrats on ur awards and thank u sooooo much for sharing to me dear!

Viki's Kitchen said...

Raw papaya is a wonderful veggie, long forgotten by all. Thanks for bringing out this lovely recipe. Ularthu looks so delicious.
Congrats on your awards dear.

Mythreyi Dilip said...

Congrats on ur awards:)

Divya Vikram said...

Congrats and thanks for sharing the award!

Erica said...

Thank you so much for the awards :)

Sarah Naveen said...

Thank you all for the wonderful comments!!! yeah its true,pappaya is something that every household has a property of their own.... i used to fight with mom for making pappaya all the time....but its only later i realised how much i miss it!!!!so when i saw this recipe in Vanitha ,i cudnt resist myself from making it!!!

Kitchen Flavours said...

Somethig new to me...never heard of curry with papaya...looks yum with that tempering.....Congrats on bunch of awards....thank u for thinking of me....

niya said...

Hi Sarah

Thanks

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

looks wonderful..

Bharathy said...

First time here too :)..how come I never knew abt such a cute blogger and her space till now :) ??
Love your space :)!!
Congrats on your 50th post..:)
Me too do the Ularthu almost the same way..had blogged...
Keep Rocking!..:)

Ammu said...

Lovely dish. congrag on ur awards. Thanks for sharing the awards with me.

*sangi* said...

Da,
Congrats !enne orthathinu nanni parayunnilla,enikkariyam enne marakkilla ennu!
It's my favouite dish....looks adipoli!

lissie said...

yummy ularthu...nutritious too! congrats on your well deserved Awards!

n33ma said...

Thats a great looking dish.Congrats on all the well deserved awards.

Kanchan said...

Hey,
Thanks for dropping by my blog!
Congrats for your awards and 50th post! And you have got variety of recipes, loved this papaya one, never thought it can be used as vegetable so well !

LG said...

I have never tried cooking raw papaya but it looks very tempting in the picture :)

Shri said...

Love the color of this, Sarah!Never ate/trie draw papaya:)

Nirmal said...

Adipoli Ularthu :)

5 Star Foodie said...

Oh, very delicious curry, prawns & mango are excellent!

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