Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Jaipuri Vegetables-Sabzi Jaipuri
The recipe is simple, just grind the spices, do the tadka and add the boiled veggies...and presto, you have a fragrant,delicious curry. well, you know what I mean! :)
I made this just as is and served it with whole wheat bhaturas.
Here is the recipe, and I apologize, I do not know the source. Try it and you'll be glad you did!
1-cup green peas,
1-cup chopped potatoes,
1-cup chopped carrot, you can add any other veggies you like, you can also add tofu or paneer like I did. I also added bell peppers, zucchini and some crookneck squash.
Boil all together for 3 minutes, or you can steam them.Steaming is a better choice in this case.
2-tbsp grated coconut,
1-cup chopped onion,
1-cup chopped tomato,
1-long piece ginger, Cilantro
5-6 pieces garlic.
Mix and grind into paste.
Ingredients for dry masala:
4-pieces cloves, 1 tsp-fennel, 1/2 tsp- nutmeg
6-pieces black pepper corns,
1-tbsp coriander seeds,
1-tbsp cumin seeds and poppy seeds
Mix and grind into dry powder.
Ingredients for curry:
2-tbsp chilli powder,
1-tbsp haldi (turmeric) powder,
1-tbsp sugar (optional),
1\2-lemon juice (optional), I used unsalted tomato paste.
Salt to taste,
Coriander leaves for garnish.
Step 1: Heat the oil in tava and add the ground paste in it.
Step 2: Then add the dry masala powder and heat for 2-minutes.
Step 3: If you want red color then add chopped beetroot in it. (I left it out)
Step 4: Then add turmeric powder, chilli powder, salt, and sugar.
Step 5: After that add boiled vegetables and heat for 2-3 minutes.
Step 6: Mix well and turn off the flame.
Step 7: Decorated with coriander leaves and tomato. Garnish with cilantro.
Hint: Add a splash of cream, evaporated milk or plain milk for a slightly richer taste!
Hope all is well with you all! I'll be back soon. :)
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