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"Mane Adige" means "Home Food" in kannada and this blog is all about recipes that I cook. Most of the recipes I post here will be from "Mangalooru" and "Bengalooru " regions of Karnataka,India. Rest of them are the one's which I try out by improvising the recipes got from different sources.

Friday, April 27, 2007

Shunti Thambuli/Ginger Thambuli

Thambuli is a summer friendly dish thats a speciality of Dakshina kannada-Udupi parts of Karnataka. Thambuli-rice combo is usually the first course in a multi-course meal. I love thambuli so much that I can have it morning, noon and night!!!! My mom in law makes Thambuli with different ingredients- ginger, raw mango, methi seeds, onion, Bramhi. Most common among them all is Shunti (ginger) thambuli. Here's the recipe for it.


1 cup Fresh grated coconut
3/4 tsp Black pepper powder
2"-3" Fresh Ginger piece
2 cups Curds
1 tsp Oil
1/2 tsp Mustard seeds
3-4 Curry leaves
A pinch of hing
Salt as per taste


  1. Grind together grated coconut, pepper powder and ginger into a smooth paste.

  2. Add curds, salt and mix well. If the mixture becomes very thick, add water to get the desired consistency.

  3. Add mustard, hing and curry leaves tadka for the above mixture.

  4. Serve with hot rice and enjoi!

Btw folks, I'm off to Myrtle Beach over the weekend!!! Will be back on Monday. Until then, take care!! You guys have a gr8 weekend too!!! :)


Anonymous said...

First time here Ramya. Nice recipes. The ginger thambuli looks good. Was nice to see another apple gojju recipe. check out mine when u get a chance!
Will be back! :)

Manjula said...

This is a nice recipe. Is this eaten along with rice like saaru?
I guess we can covert the leftover ginger chutney into this, can I?

Richa said...

hey this sounds interesting, very new to me. so is thambuli like a raita? thanks

DEEPA said...

Hey ramya ....Totaly new recipe ..New type of ginger chutney

Ramya's Mane Adige said...


Hi Vani.... Hope you liked my blog. Will definitely visit your blog soon, tx :)

Yes Manjula, you mix Thambuli with rice like rice and sambhar and eat. And you can definitely convert the left over ginger chutney into this. Infact, thats what I do many-a-times!!! :)


Thambuli is not exactly like raita, Richa.... Its like rasam/sambhar. you mix it with plain rice and have.Try it out... I'm sure you'll love it.

First timer to my blog? Hope you liked it!!! :) Well, Thambuli is not exactly like a chutney... Its like rasam/sambhar that you mix with rice and eat.Its one of my comfort foods!!!

marriedtoadesi.com said...

My first time at your blog. Saw you through a comment in Mavila's, I like this recipe. Will try it out!


Ramki said...

Hi Ramya,

Am blogging your Thambuli as a model recipe in the 1001 Coconut Chutney cookbook at http://ramkicooks.blogspot.com/

Thanks for the recipe.

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