First, take a thick pan or kadai, put 2 tsp. of Ghee, let it heat and fry toordall in it -- take out from the pan and let it cool. Heat some oil, put the musturd seeds and let them splatter. Then fry the dry mirch.
In the blender/mixi, grind the dry mirch& aavaalu first. Add kandipappu to it. Then add tamarind, salt, garlic, inguva and jeera. After grinding for 1 or 2 minutes, add some water and grind to make your desired consistency.(some like it two smooth and some like it little corse.)
Enjoy it with hot rice and ghee.
Small Tip: If you like too spicy food -- mix a 1/2 spoon of (Priya) Avakaya with your kandi pachadi annam. You will never forget the taste.