Monday, August 23, 2010

MIXED VEGETABLE CURRY | SIDE DISH ROTI

      Mixed veg curry, is a tomato based vegetable gravy, pairs well with phulkas | parathas. I usually make with frozen vegetables and can be done with fresh veggies too.
Even it goes well with ghee rice | jeera rice.
Mixed veg curry




Mixed vegetable curry

  Preparation Time : 10 mins | Cooking Time : 25 Mins |Serves: 3-4

     Mixed Vegetables    1 cup
     Tomato   2
     Onion  1
     Capsicum  1/2
     Garlic   4
     Ginger   a small piece
     Paneer    few cubes
     Red chili powder   1 tsp
     Coriander powder   1/2 tsp
     Garam masala  1/4 tsp
    Oil   1 tblsp
    Milk   1/4 cup or fresh cream 1 tblsp
    Kasoori methi   2 pinches
    Salt   as needed
     


Method:
  • Chop one onion, tomatoes roughly.
  • Cut the capsicum into cubes.
  • If using the fresh vegetables, cut them finely.
  • In a pan, add a tblsp of oil and saute the paneer, capsicum and vegetables separately for 5 mins.
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  • Saute the onion , garlic, ginger  and tomatoes in the kadai,for 5-7 mins or till the onion turns brown.
  • Keep the flame in medium.
  • When it is done switch of the flame and allow it to cool. 
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  • Transfer everything in to the mixie and make it into a smooth paste by adding the coriander powder, chilli powder and garam masala
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  • In a pan, add the ground masala and  saute it.
  • Add the veggies,paneer and capsicum to it.
  • Add salt as needed.
  • Mix well and allow it to boil for 3 mins.
  • Add the milk and boil for 2 mins.
  • Switch off the flame and add the kasoori methi to it.
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  • Transfer it to a serving bowl.
side dish for chapathi
Note: While sauting the veggies, don't over cook them. Let them remain crunchy.
            If using fresh veggies, u can add cauliflower, carrot, beans, peas too.

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28 comments:

  1. Hey!!! Similar one. Nice and yummy gravy

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  2. Wow,I am sure gonna try this in recent future! Looks delicious!

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  3. mixed vegetable curry luks delicious...love the clicks...

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  4. Looks so so yummy and very colorful .. I love vegetable curries for rotis which is a perfect combo..

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  5. Looks really nice...bcoz of the usage of frozen veggies they are beautifully shaped...perfect color and a gr8 combo for roti's

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  6. Mixed veg curry looks DELICIOUS dear..very colorful!!

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  7. excellent pictures !!

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  8. Yummy to the core.. I love vegetable curries a lot :)

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  9. Looks so yum and my all time fav...

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  10. Very colorful and healthy, looks yum...

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  11. Lovely dish dear!!! Very nice and attractive...feel like tasting it...

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  12. Loved the first pic..so colorful sabji

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  13. mixed vegetable curry looks delicious jeya

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  14. Looks tempting & healthy too..Nice Click!

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  15. Wow this curry can go well both with rotis and rice..looks so yummy

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  16. Love the colour & the click, looks too good...

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  17. So colorful..i do the same as u said,those tender veggies goes well while made as kurma..yum..

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  18. Wow!! So yummy!! Wonderful click..

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  19. Looks yummy .Nice side dish with roti .

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  20. Awesome clicks.. mouthwatering dear.. oh my.. cant resist... mindblowing curry very colorful

    u have a lovely space ...and good collection of recipes .. if u find time do visit my blog.. happy to follow ur blog

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  21. kalakarel, looks yuumy and nice pics too...

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  22. vegetable curry super a irukku. unga camera, neenga evlo nalla cook panreenga nnu kattuthu! Great photos!

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  23. it looks it will be yummy with roti....iam fond of making rotis so surely will make this....thanks

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  24. when to add gianger n garlic thats nt mentioned.. if kitchen king masala is nt avail means wat wl b the other option

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  25. hi sis,i tried this today with chapathi but i dont have k.k.masala instead i used garam masala, nyways it came out yummmmmmmmmmmy.. thankyou!!

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  26. hi, i tried this today morning and came out very nicely..in the morning tension missed few steps like adding milk, kasuthi methi ...but it turned out very nicely..thanks for the receipe....nowadays your blod is my reference for all the cooking :-)

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  27. Will the Above measurement serves 3 members??

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