Paruppu Podi Recipe | Andhra Style Paruppu Podi | Kandi Podi

Paruppu Podi Recipe | Andhra Style Paruppu Podi | Kandi Podi

paruppParuppu Podi Recipe | Andhra Style Paruppu Podi | Kandi Podi recipe with step-by-step pictures and instructions. Paruppu podi is a spicy condiment made with toor dal. This Andhra special kandi podi is so simple and easy to make. It comes in handy when you are running short of time to cook something. 

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You can simply enjoy this podi with hot rice and ghee. There are different variations of making paruppu podi in each family. I got this recipe from my Andhra friend Nagavalli. She is my go-to when I want to try some Andhra recipes. Now let’s check out this simple and easy recipe. 

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Yields 1 big cup

Paruppu Podi Recipe | Andhra Style Paruppu Podi | Kandi Podi

Paruppu podi is a spicy condiment made with toor dal.

5 minPrep Time

5 minCook Time

10 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

  • Toor dal 1.5 cups
  • Cumin seeds 2 tsp
  • Salt as required
  • Hing 1/2 tsp
  • Red chilli 12-15

Instructions

  1. Dry roast toor dal in low flame till golden brown in color
  2. Then dry roast cumin seeds till aromatic
  3. Then roast red chilli till crisp
  4. Transfer all roasted ingredients to plate and allow to cool down.
  5. Take them in mixer along with salt and hing.
  6. Grind them to fine powder.
  7. Cool down and store in air tight container.
  8. Paruppu podi is ready. Serve it with hot rice and ghee

Notes

Adjust the red chilli according to the spiciness required

You can add some peppercorns along with cumin seeds while roasting.

Roast the dal in low flame. Make sure you don't burn the dal.

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How to make Paruppu Podi with step by step pictures

Dry roast toor dal in low flame till golden brown in color

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Then dry roast cumin seeds till aromatic

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Then roast red chili till crisp. Transfer all roasted ingredients to a plate and allow to cool down.

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Take them in a mixer along with salt and hing.

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Grind them to a fine powder. Cool down and store in an air-tight container.

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Paruppu podi is ready. Serve it with hot rice and ghee

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3 thoughts on “Paruppu Podi Recipe | Andhra Style Paruppu Podi | Kandi Podi”

  • Paruppu Podi is such a saviour when one doesn't want to cook! Just give me some paruppu podi with hot rice and ghee, and I'll be in food heaven. Your paruppu Podi looks so fiery and super delicious!
  • Great podi recipe with very few ingredients. I have a podi recipe with so many ingredients. That also taste good. But now I will try your recipe to enjoy with hot idli and ghee or steamed rice and ghee. Loved that you used all the easily available ingredients.
  • Andhra style Paruppu podi is my hot favorite. Love to enjoy with avakkai and piping hot rice and ghee. Your post made me nostalgic as it reminded me of Vizag.

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