How to prepare Ulli theeyal?


Do you want to know the preparation methods for making Ulli theeyal? Here are the steps to prepare Ulli theeyal. Ulli theeyal is one of the most famous recipes in Kerala. Its taste is so spicy and produces the fragrance of deep fried onion.

Ulli theeyal is a great side dish for white rice, red rice, chapathi, appam, parrotta etc. The recipe is very easy to prepare and required very few ingredients for its preparation. This recipe takes very less time for preparation. Its taste is so good than any other Kerala recipes. This recipe is also good for health because onion is responsible for clear vision. The following steps are used to prepare ulli theeyal in a simple manner.

Ingredients for preparing ulli theeyal


1. Small onions : 100 – 200 grams
2. Coriander seeds: 2 tsp (tea spoon)
3. Dried red chilly: 5-6 (as required)
4. Grated coconut: 1/2cup
5. Cardamom seeds: 2(in number)
6. Cloves: 2
7. Cinnamon stick: ½
8. Oil (as required)
9. Water (as required)
10. Salt: a pinch(as required)
11. Curry leaves (as required)

Steps for preparation of ulli theeyal


Step 1: Slice the small onions into small pieces.

Step 2: Heat the pan without oil. Fry coriander seeds, dried red chilly, cardamom seeds, cloves, cinnamon stick, and little grated coconut. Grind the above fried ingredients well with water. It forms like gravy.

Step 3: Heat oil in a pan and put the onion into the pan and make it to deep fry. Whenever the onion turns into golden brown add remaining grated coconut and fry for a few minutes.

Step 4: Pour the gravy into the onion and coconut mix and stir it well. After 5 minutes garnish it with curry leaves.

Extra tip: While preparing for gravy we can use tamarind juice or lemon juice so it produces different fragrance.


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