Tambuli is nothing but a cold curd/ yogurt based curry. Goes well with rice and chapatti/ roti. Ondelaga in kannada and Timare in Tulu. Brahmi tambuli is simply refreshing, one must try making this.

Thanks to Nutan to have shared this herb with me, my friend Nutan has a beautiful Exotic garden J, name any plant she has it in her garden.

Brahmi promotes proper healing of wounds and minimal scarring, while helping to cleanse, soften, and protect the skin, excellent for improving your brain functions and strengthening your memory.

Preparation Time

Cooking Time


5 Mins

5 mins

3-4 people



o   1 Cup- Brahmi leaves (Approximately 30 leaves)

o   1 Tbsp – fresh coconut

o   2 Tbsp- water

o   ½ to ¾ Cup- Curd

o   Salt and Sugar to taste



o   ½ Tsp – Mustard

o   ½ Tsp – Cumin Seeds

o   1 Tsp- Oil

o   A Few Curry leaves

o   2- Masala Chillies (Optional)

o   A pinch Asafetida



o   Pick fresh brahmi leaves, wash and clean them.

o   Grind the leaves along with grated fresh coconut.

o   Add salt and sugar to taste and grind to a smooth paste.

o   Whisk curd; add the ground ginger mixture to the curd.

o   Season the tambuli and serve.


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