Chayote/ chow chow fry. Chayote Squash or in tamil we call it as Chow Chow is a very healthy veggie. It is one veggie less in calories and also rich in vitamin. Here is my Mum's step-by-step guide to Chayote & Coconut Stir-fry.
In Karnataka, South India, Chayote is popularly referred to as seeme badanekaayi (ಸೀಮೆ Mixed with beef, pork or chicken chou chou is widely used to make delicious steamed Chinese dumplings called niouk yen (boulette chou chou) or chow mai. This is an everyday Chow Chow Poriyal / stir-fry recipe. The vegetable is first steamed and then tempered the Indian way. You can have Chayote/ chow chow fry using 9 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Chayote/ chow chow fry
- It’s 1 of chow chow.
- Prepare 2 of green chillies.
- You need 1/2 of onion.
- Prepare 2 of garlic cloves.
- Prepare 2 tablespoons of oil.
- Prepare 1/2 tablespoons of mustard seeds.
- Prepare 1/2 tablespoons of urad dhal.
- You need 3 spoons of soaked channa dhal.
- Prepare 1/2 cup of grated coconut.
It makes for a quick And to top it, its Vegan. Here is how to do the stir-fry. First clean the Chayote squash and peel them. Cut them into half and take out the seed from the.
Chayote/ chow chow fry step by step
- Take a pan and add oil, mustard seeds and urad dhal, then add chana dhal. Add onions and garlic cloves, green chillies finely chopped. Fry it till it's cooked..
- You can pressure cook the chopped chow chow for 2 whistles or boil in a pan separately for 15 min. Add the boiled chow chow to the mix, said in step 1. Cook for 5 min in medium flame. Then add grated coconut..
- Cook it in medium flame for 2 more minutes. Now it's ready to serve. You can have this with rice, chapati, roti..
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