Preparation method :
Add required quantity of Pirandai Podi with our Ghee or Gingelly oil and serve with steam rice.
Pirandai- the medicinal herb
Our tradition and culture are rich in home remedies and super special natural dishes, one among which is this Pirandai Podi. Pirandai, also known as Adamant Creeper or Veldt Grape is a simple plant that is grown in households which were used as an ingredient for South Indian dishes in the olden days. As years passed, these still are considered to be among the healthy recipes, when prepared traditionally. Pirandai when consumed can cure bone joint pains.
Prepared to perfection
Every Podi at Mylapore Ganapathy’s is prepared by following the traditional methods, to maintain the quality and richness in the final product, and to ensure the finest powder to satisfy our customers. We have made it with the right proportion of Pirandai, Urad Dal, Toor Dal, and Salt, etc. The farm-fresh Pirandai are cleaned with water, to ensure quality and goodness. These are then chopped roughly, before powdering, and then offered in our well-packed packages.
Pirandai Podi- Usage
There are many uses of Pirandai Podi. It depends on people on how to make the best use of it. Although the best methods of using the Pirandai Podi effectively are, to mix it with steam rice and have it. Just like the other common Podi varieties, these can be used along with rice as a main course. These can be also added in the preparation of the Piriandai Thogayal, which is the most popular dish with the ingredient. Apart from that, these can be also used in the preparation of Chutney or Pirandai Dosai, or anything that you think might give it the perfect combination, combined with health benefits.
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