This post on pommecythere kuchela could be summed up in one word HOT!! But then that would defeat my purpose for writing. So other than hot, which is a good word, Kuchela is indeed a wonderful side to any dish you want to add some spiciness to. For me I like to have kuchela with pelau, mixed rice or rice and dhal. Then too, if you’re bored with the normal tastes you could also do like me and have some kuchela and CRIX or hops bread and kuchela yummy!
Pommecythere Kuchela Recipe
This pommecythere kuchela recipe is no different from the mango kuchela other than I’m using green pommecythere or golden apple instead of green mango. What I’ve realised in making this kuchela is that you just have to look out for what we call “the strings”in the pommecythere. The strings can be annoying if it gets stuck between your teeth or bruises your gums. There are four running down the sides of the pommecythere, once you get rid of those you’re good to go.
Oh and another point to note also, when you’re dipping out the kuchela, use a clean spoon everytime. If you don’t, this could introduce spores and cause the kuchela to spoil. Anyhow, without further ado, here’s pommecythere kuchela.
11 pommecythere (golden apples)
1 head garlic
pepper sauce to taste or 2 hot peppers, chopped
2 tbsp. salt
1/2 cup amchar masala
And before I go, for this Music Monday I happened to post Rembunction’s fun video about Roti and Kuchela. You can take a look. Great song, have fun watching! Ah gone.
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