Vaazaithandu Neer Mor | Plantain Stem Buttermilk

Vaazaithandu Neer Mor | Plantain Stem Buttermilk - Plattershare - Recipes, food stories and food lovers
With the fluctuating climate in my part of the world we really cannot make out how our day is going to be. We anyway's carry umbrella's as we need it for both the extreme temperature. On the hot day's I generally make it in a big pot during the weekends so that we keep drinking without getting dehydrated. Vaazaithandu (Plantain stem) chopped roughly and blended with yogurt,lemon juice and salt gives this thirst quenching drink "Vaazaithandu Mor". Plantain stem is one of the best vegetable for those with kidney stones. They are also used for UTI's. Most importantly they are one of the vegetable which is very high in fiber.
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Prep Time5 minutes
Cook Time5 minutes
Total Time10 minutes
Served As: Beverages
Recipe Cuisine Type: South Indian
Recipe Taste: Salty, Sour, Spicy, Sweet, Tangy
Servings 3

Ingredients
 

  • 150 gm Plantain Stem
  • 300 ml Water
  • 1-2 drops Lemon â
  • 1-2 leaves Curry â
  • 1 pinch Hing Powder generous
  • 1/2 cup Yogurt
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Instructions
 

  • Peel the other skin of plaintain stem. This one comes off very easily. You no need to remove the thread like fibers. Grind it in a mixie with 200ml water.
    Vaazaithandu Neer Mor | Plantain Stem Buttermilk - Plattershare - Recipes, food stories and food lovers
  • Filter the juice with a thin cotton cloth. Filtering with the regular eversilver strainers might not work out. Once filtered, dilute and make it to 300 ml.
    Vaazaithandu Neer Mor | Plantain Stem Buttermilk - Plattershare - Recipes, food stories and food lovers
  • Mix yogurt, hing, salt,lemon,curry leaves.Blend them nicely without any lumps.
    Vaazaithandu Neer Mor | Plantain Stem Buttermilk - Plattershare - Recipes, food stories and food lovers

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Neeru Srikanth
Neeru Srikanth

I love to cook the most authentic way. Most of my recipes are cooked either in claypot or kalchatti / soapstone. They are extremely beneficial as they retain the nutrients. Before cooking a recipe in these vessels I do in-depth research and make sure it is doable in any modular kitchen.

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