Saturday, June 30, 2007

Simple Side dish with Gunda

100gm gunda,
2-tbsp oil,
Salt to taste.

Step 1: Wash and dry the gunda with towel.
Step 2: Cut the gunda and scrape the seeds with a salted knife.
Step 3: Heat the two-tbsp oil in pan and add this gunda in it.

Step 4: Cook in law flame until they are golden brown.

Step 5: Turn off the flame and add salt to taste.

*********** Serve as side dish with lunch or dinner******************

Note: Gunda is one type of berry we use this generally in Pickle.


Suganya said...

What is gunda, Kajal?

Vcuisine said...

Something new Kajal, Appreciate giving more details about the veggie. Thanks. Viji

archana said...

Thanx for visiting my blog. Even I have not seen this vegetable. Is it sour ?

Kajal said...

Hi Suganya,

This is one type of berry. We mostly use this in pickle with mango.:)

Kajal said...

Hi Viji,
This is not a vegetable but we use this generally in aachar or some side dish also when we cut this, then few liquid in between and this liquid is very stick and we remove this stickiness with use of salt. This is one type of berry.:)

Kajal said...

Hi Archana,
Thanks for visit. This is not is one type of berry my dear.....we use this in Pickle generally.:)

Padmaja said...

What an amazing berry? i have never seen that before!!

Kajal said...

Hi Padmaja,
Thanks for comment .....generally this we got in summer very easily.:)

Jyothi said...

Hi Kajal, even I have never seen it before. But looks lovely. Great recipe dear. Thanks for sharing.

KitchenAromas said...

Never seen that berry before Kajal. Looks like green tomatoes though!

Kajal said...

Hi Jyothi,

Thanks for charming words.
Have a great day.:)

Kajal said...

Hi Kitchenaromas,
Thanks fro nice comment.....yes, it is looks like green tomatoes......but this is very different....this is very sticky when you cut this and also seed inside it.:)

SHUBHA said...

wts the english name for gunda??

Kajal said...

Hi Shubha,
I don’t know my dear.:)