Thursday, March 4, 2010

MIXED VEGETABLE KURMA| VEGTABLE KORMA |SIDE DISH FOR ROTI

VEG KORMA
I very rarely make kurma at home,since my family is not a big fan of kurma. But this version i learnt from my friend,and when i tried it everyone at home liked it .So now i am here to share the recipe of this simple and easy  Vegetable kurma. The recipe doesn’t involve the addition for Garlic. Check out my potato kurma and baby corn kurma recipe. 


INGREDIENTS:

Mixed veg kurma recipe

  Preparation Time : 15 mins | Cooking Time : 30 Mins |Serves: 3-4

     Mixed Vegetables*   1 cup
     Coconut      2 tblsp
     Onion  1
     Tomato  1
     Green chili  1-2
     Sombu | fennel seeds   1 tsp
     Fried gram | pottukadalai  1 tsp
     Cashew nuts  7 (optional)
     Curry leaves  few
     Oil   3 tsp


VEG KORMA

Method:
  • Parboil the vegetables(i used carrot,beans,potato and frozen peas and microwaved them).
  • Chop the onion and tomatoes.Slit one green chilli.
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  • In a kadai,add a tsp of oil and temper with 1/2 tsp of fennel seeds and curry leaves.
  • Add the green chilli,onion and tomato one by one.
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  • When it is done add a little water and cook for few minutes.
  • Grind the coconut,one green chilli ,fried gram,1/2 tblsp fennelseeds and cashewnuts(if using) into a fine paste.
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  • Add the vegetables,ground paste to the onion,tomato mix.
  • Check for salt.
  • Mix well.
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We enjoyed this with rotis.
KORMA
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39 comments:

  1. yummy..perfect with those chapatis..

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  2. So delicious...yummy yumm!!

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  3. lov all kinds of kurma...looks gr8 with roti....

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  4. Lovely and tasty Kurma with roti or paratha!

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  5. love the delicious kurma and the platter looks so tempting..

    www.foodlyrics.com

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  6. Fantastic kurma..your version without garlic sounds interesting, Jeyashri

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  7. thats a perfect platter. very delicious.

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  8. Looks very colourful and inviting.Loved the step by step clicks.

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  9. Yummyilicious and colourful kurma, my favourite!!

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  10. Very colorful and healthy side dish dear. Beautiful click, can't take off my eyes :)

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  11. kurma looks colourful and nice combo with chapathi!

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  12. simple & delicious,nice kurma with not much ingredients...

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  13. nice kurma .. I love mixed veggies like this

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  14. I'm always on the lookout for different kurmas.. i think coconut + sombu and cashew will take any kurma to a yummy level :)

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  15. Veg kurma is so colorful and nice pics...Keep rocking!!!...

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  16. Colourful and yummy kurma...

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  17. Whoo, liked ur rotis too...loooks soft, perfect to go with ur wonderful kurma.

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  18. so delicious and the platter looks really tempting!

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  19. Homely ... n worth a grab.... phulka's are done soo beautifully!!

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  20. wow yummy korma n healthy too...nice recipe

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  21. Perfect combo for chappati

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  22. Kurma looks mouthwatering...
    Such a yummy and healthy food!!!

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  23. Nice to know that bread toast came good dear. Thanks for letting me know too.

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  24. nice combo with chappathis. looks delicious and ncie click.

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  25. First time to your blog !! I like your step by step pictures !!!

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  26. this kurma looks so colorful. roti looks perfect.

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  27. My favorite curry,Perfect with Roti

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  28. tried out this kurma last week...came out too well. Seeni and the kids liked t so much..thnx for th recipe

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  29. Good morning Jayashri, i'm not good in cooking kurma,i have tried few recipes from friends but dint get the right taste, yr kurma looks great!! will try soon, thanks for good recipe dear.. take care.

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  30. hi jayashri
    kurma looks g8.can i replace cashews with almonds to make paste.

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    1. hi renu,
      You can replace with almonds .

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  31. Lovely to see it. I use coconut milk.It tastes different

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  32. I tried this vegetable for roti and came out really good.I added some milk to this while grinding and tasted awesome.Thanks a lot :)

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  33. I regularly watch your blog and most of the side dishes in the list for rotis and got everytime a very good appreciation and this credit goes to you. Thank you. May God bless you and your family. Keep updating your blog

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