English: Gambooge

In the food context, "Kodampuli" is a small, round, black fruit that is native to the Western Ghats of India. It is commonly used in the South Indian and Kerala cuisines to add a sour flavor to curries, stews, and seafood dishes.

Here are some examples of dishes that use kodampuli:

  1. Fish curry: A spicy and tangy curry made with kodampuli, coconut milk, and a variety of spices, often served with rice.

  2. Beef stew: A hearty and flavorful stew made with beef, potatoes, and kodampuli, often served with appam or bread.

  3. Avial: A mixed vegetable dish made with yogurt, coconut, and kodampuli, often served as a side dish with rice.

  4. Prawn curry: A curry made with kodampuli, prawns, and spices, often served with chapati or naan bread.

  5. Chicken roast: A roasted chicken dish marinated in a mixture of kodampuli, spices, and yogurt, often served with rice or bread.

Some similar things to "kodampuli" in the food context include:

  1. Tamarind: A sour fruit that is commonly used in South Indian and Thai cuisines to add tanginess to curries, stews, and sauces.

  2. Kokum: A sour fruit that is commonly used in Maharashtrian and Goan cuisines to add a tangy flavor to curries, soups, and chutneys.

  3. Lime: A citrus fruit that is commonly used in many cuisines to add a sour and acidic flavor to dishes such as marinades, dressings, and sauces.

  4. Vinegar: A sour liquid that is commonly used in many cuisines to add acidity to dishes such as pickles, sauces, and marinades.

  5. Amchur: A sour spice made from dried and ground green mangoes, commonly used in North Indian and Pakistani cuisines to add tanginess to curries and chutneys.

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