Saturday, August 7, 2010


In India,ButterMilk is taken to be the liquid leftover after extracting butter from churned Yogurt(Dahi).Today this is called "Traditional Buttermilk".Traditional buttermilk is still common in many Indian households but rarely found in Western Countries.Still In southern India buttermilk added with water,salt, asafoetida and curryleaves are given at stalls in the festival time to quench the thirst and to keep the body cool from scorching  heat of the sun.So fiends today ,I will know you how to make both SouthIndian and NorthIndian buttermilk.

  • Yogurt-1cup
  • Corainder leaves-1 springs
  • Cumin seeds powder -little as needed
  • Curryleaves-1 springs
  • Green chilly-1to 2 number
  • Salt -1 to 2 tsp as per taste.
  • Ginger-1tsp choped
  • Chat masala- apinch
Making Buttermilk:
  • Take greenchillies chop finely or crush,chop ginger,curryleaves and coriander leaves.
  • Dry cuminseeds and with roalling pin make powder.
  • In blender add curd, water.Blend it.
  • Pour in a bowl add salt as per taste ,then add greenchilies,ginger,curry and coriander leaves chopped mix well.This is "SouthIndian"Buttermilk.
  • NorthIndian buttermilk,Take a glass add cumin powder,salt,chat masala,add buttermilk mix well then top it of with somemore cuminpowder.

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