Kongunadu Style Senai Kilangu Masala Recipe – Yam in Spicy Gravy

Kongunadu Style Senai Kilangu Masala Recipe (Yam in Spicy Gravy) is a recipe that is from Tamil Nadu. Kongunadu is a part of Tamil Nadu cuisine which is famous for its spicy flavor. In this recipe we have used different spice mixtures that are roasted well and ground into a spicy paste and cooked along with yam.

Yam is a kind of root vegetable that has a meaty texture and flavor which goes really well with the ground spice mixture. The vegetables is rich in dietary fiber which is very essential for our diet.

Serve the Kongunadu Style Senai Kilangu Masala Recipe along with Tawa Paratha, Palak Dal  and Steamed rice to enjoy your everyday lunch. 

If you are looking for more Yam Recipes, here are some that you can try: 

  1. Suran Fodi Recipe (Goan Semolina Crusted Yam)
  2. Bihari Suran Chutney Recipe (Bihar Style Elephant Yam Chutney)
  3. Chena Vazhakkai Erissery Recipe ( Yam Stir fry with Coconut & Spices)

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