Kadle Manoli

This recipe is my Mamma’s (mom’s mom) signature dish at home…
I always loved her recipes… especially kadle manoli, gulla sagle, bhendaa sagle, gajbaje, nd so on goes the list.
I love mamama a lotsssssss. So I thought y not post something that she taught  me…. 
This is basically a tulu dish which is from mangalore... hope all like it :)


Here is the  recipe for Kadle Manoli :
150 gms brown channa soaked overnight
250 gms Manoli (tendli,tindora,Ivy Gourd) chopped lengthwise into thin strips
½ onion chopped fine
2 flakes garlic chopped fine
2-3 strings curry leaves
salt to taste
2 tsp oil

For Masala
1 cup grated coconut
5-6 red chillies
1 pinch methi seeds
2 tsp coriander seeds
½ tsp jeera
2 tsp oil


Boil the channa with water. When they are cooked halfway add the chopped manoli/tendli/ivy gourd.
Boil till the channa and manoli is completely cooked. Drain the water and keep aside
In a tawa add a little oil, then add red chillies and methi. When they turn red add coriander seeds and jeera. Then add coconut and mix well. Grind it in a grinder without
water. Keep this aside.
In a pan add oil and onions. When they turn golden brown add the curry leaves and the
garlic. When they turn a little brown, add the masala and salt and mix well. Cook for 3-4
mins then add the boiled channa and manoli. Mix well and let it cook for 4-5 mins.

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Serve hot as a side dish with rice or Rotis.... 
Till later then


Indian Khana said…
New for me and looks interesting
Sushma Mallya said…
well havent heard abt this dish, but lovely recipe aps, nice one..
Subhie Arun said…
new for me...looks delicious.....
Asha said…
Scrumptious gravy with coconut masala. I love brown Chana, adding Tendli makes it even better. Must try recipe for me.
Rachana said…
Thanks for sharing this traditional recipe. Looks great, Aps :)
Uma said…
i like this curry.. we roast only the spices and not coconut.. let me try ur Mamma's version someday..
Suji said…
Never tried these two together, looks good..Lovely recipe..

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Hari Chandana P said…
very new to me.. looks delicious.. nice presentation.. thanks for the awesome recipe dear..:)
PranisKitchen said…
tindora is my favorite veg but this dish is new to me..thanks for sharing this tradition recipe..sure i am bookmarking this recipe
Priya Suresh said…
Woww this is truly a fabulous combo Aps, looks super delicious, a must try dish for the sure..
Unknown said…
Ivy gourd and brown chana sounds like a great combination. I would love to have this with rotis..Great recipe!
Parita said…
Very different and unique combo!
Namitha said…
Never had this before..Thanks for sharing your granny's dish..I like brown chana, so I'll love this too :-)
Nithu Bala said…
This is very different kind of curry..I'm bookmarking this..thanks for sharing..

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Padhu Sankar said…
New dish to me .Sounds interesting!!
M D said…
Hey, I am fond of tendli and it reminds me of home. Similar recipe back home too.

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