Saturday, May 28, 2011

Mixed vegetable curry with cashew paste| Creamy Vegetable Sabzi

Vegetable kurma is a usual thing which we prepare at home frequently. I don’t want to try out the usual one always; we should have variety in our diet so that we feel good when we eat and we can satisfy our taste buds, i think im right. I tried this sabzi once for my lunch. In my house vegetables goes only with me. I used all the available vegetables at home and prepared it for two. So that I can have it for dinner also. It was simple and easy. I tried to make it creamy so used Cashew nut paste with little milk. We can season this recipe with butter also; weight conscious people please avoid it. Here we go in to the recipe.

Ingredients
Vegetables – 1 cup (peas, potato, cauliflower, beans, carrot) Cut all in 1 inch thickness.
Cashew nut paste – 2tbsp (soak cashew nut in milk and grind it in to a thick and smooth paste)
Onion and chili  paste – 3tbsp (grind 1medium size onion and 1 big green chili in to smooth paste)
Tomatoes – 1no (chop it very finely)
Red chili powder-1tsp
Turmeric powder- ½ tsp
Dhania powder-1tsp
Vegetable masala-1tsp
Ginger garlic paste- 1tsp
Sugar a pinch
Salt to taste
Coriander leaves for garnishing
Seasoning
Jeera and sombu – 1tsp
Oil/ ghee – 2tbsp or 3tbsp
Method
Heat oil in a heavy bottom pan, add jeera and sombu when it starts to splutter add the onion paste fry it till the onion turns brown, now add the tomato fry till the oil leaves the mass. Then add turmeric powder, red chilli powder, dhania powder, and vegetable masala powder.Fry well and then add ginger garlic paste, Nicely fry it in oil till the raw flavors goes well. Now add all the vegetables mix it well, add salt and little water, close the pan and cook for 10 min.
Open the pan and add the cashew nut paste and little sugar. Mix it well. Keep in sim for 5min or till the oil leaves the sides.This is a nice thick gravy which will be coated fully on the vegetables.
Serve hot with chapatti or phulkas

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16 comments:

Aarthi said...

yummy..very rich and creamy

kaveri said...

Wow..fingerlicking curry...must have tasted great with rotis...

Jayashree said...

It looks very rich and delish.

jayasree said...

Looks very rich and delicious. Lovely clicks.

harini-jaya said...

rich and creamy for sure!

Sunanda said...

Wow!! amazing..It looks rich and yummy because of adding Cashew..Love the color..

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Priya said...

Thats a rich looking delicious curry, i can have it with anything..

Suma Gandlur said...

Looks rich in that creamy sauce.

Vardhini said...

Looks so rich and yummy. Pictures are awesome.

Vardhini
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Sathya Sankar said...

looks rich and delicious! Mouthwatering dish!

Torviewtoronto said...

delicious flavours looks wonderful

SravsCulinaryConcepts said...

Rich and creamy !! loved the idea of adding cashews !!

Lavanya Selvaraj said...

Looks very rich and creamy!

Rajani said...

Made these as part of Blog Hop Wednesdays, loved it. It was a perfect sidedish for chapatis.

Rosh said...

That looks so delicious!!


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bhavya said...

this is a lovely n yummy dish. thanks for posting this divya. i jus prepared it and its awesome.

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