For gongura pachadi:
Anyone know where I can get this? Like pronto, yesterday, this minute?!
In Hyderabad? 😀
my home 🙂
what have you done rads. piping hot rice, gongura pachadi and onion. and also add some fried garlic to the pachadi. i hope to find this stuff in the patels tomorrow.
Inga nalla sambar ke vazhi illa. Idhula Gongura pachadi kekudha! I am happy with Ruchi Gongura pickle.
I think I saw it in the Indian store here. Not sure!
Bangalore City Market 😀
Calif lo untu meeru ila adigithe ela!
ha ha I just had Ruchi’s Gongura pickle with some hot steamed rice and a bite of onion on the side…..heaven it is.
Mint leaves? Safeway, wal mart, any old indian store. this made me want mint chutney now 🙁
still craving, no update? 😀
Maakayithe ikkada thala kinduluga vellaadina dorakadu :(…meeku dorikindaa inthakee?
Apple: Really? Now I don’t feel so bad. Occasionally ikkada Indian store lo dorukutundi, but adi manam eppudo chesukunna punyam meeda aadharapadi untundi 🙂
WickedT: yesyes, craving. *sigh
LaVidaLoca: Nono, this is Sorrel leaves. Sour and tangy, makes a great chutney and daal. Mint is abundantly found around no?
Maverick: Ruchi eh? hmm.. I guess Ruchi’s better than not having a taste at all. But yes, Onion on the side is the best way to have it. Ever tried with a green chilli? 😀
Priya: haha, kaadu. I live on the east coast. 🙂
Prvaeen: Gee thanks! 🙂
Adithya: My condolences. Ruchi doesn’t hold a teeny candle to the original. I have better hope on the Korean store than the desi guy… I recently found out some farm in MD allows one to go pluck leaves fresh off the plant for a price. Thought someone would clue me in, paatha, onnuthukku mela onnu mosama going here the replies! :
Boosmom: Did you find it? Patels is like a mecca here too, but I checked with him and he says he can’t find any 🙁
Sush: lol, so can I come by? 😀
Ferrari: Super brilliant answer pa. Fat load of good that does to my craving 😛
I can intensely understand the craving bit! 🙂
aithe nenu baaga confuse ayyanu! hmph, malli me blog posts anni chadavali 😉 Its sheer luck to find these in the stores, and fresh ones at that! Cincinnati lo unappudu dorike chances ekkuva undevi, but Cleveland lo antha luck ledu 🙁
Priya: O really? Okay, it’s time to plant seeds and harvest our own then. Buy a pot and some soil, let’s try green thumbing? 🙂
nrsl: haha, you too? 🙂
Wow…great news. could you please share with me the phone no / address of the gongura farm in maryland. Thank you
Durga, unfortunately, we’ve lost track of that farm now. 🙁
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