Monday, November 2, 2009

Kadai Sabzi (Vegetables)




Ingredients:
Tomato -1
Capsicums -2
Green chillies -2
Baby corn - 2oo gms
Carrots -2
Beans -7-8 nos
Potato - 1 medium size
Paneer cubes - 1/4 cup
Red chiily powder - 1 tsp
Haldi powder (turmeric) -1/2 tsp
Dhania powder -1 Tblsp
Garam masala powder -1 tsp
Kasoori Methi (dry fenugreek leaves) -1 1/2 tsp
Salt - as required
Oil - to cook

Fry in oil and then grind to paste:
Onion 1 big
Tomatoes - 2
Cashew nuts -10

Method:
Cut all the vegetables into 1 1/2 inch length pieces.
(If you want you can pre cook the vegetables except paneer cubes in microwave oven for 7 minutes and the add to the masala or cook it along with the masala gravy.)
Slit green chillies into two.
Heat oil in a kadai and add slit green chillies and tomato pieces and stir fry for 2 minutes.
Now add the ground paste and then stir fry for some time.
Add all the masala powders and salt and mix with the paste.A
Add all the vegetable pieces into this masala mixture in the kadai and mix nicely and then add the paneer cubes and cook in reduced flame.
Add some water and cook till the gravy becomes thick.
Wash dry fenugreek leaves (kasuri methi) in warm water and add to curry just before removing from fire.

After the vegetables are cooked nicely, remove from fire and serve hot in a kadai along with phulka chapathis or rotis.






18 comments:

  1. Yummy preparation...Try roasting the tomatoes the next time, I am sure you will like that flavor too + a new variation. Just a thought...

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  2. Nice presenattion.. Lovely Vegetables

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  3. nice combo...yummy with those soft phulkas

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  4. Sure nice way to add in good many vegetables. Delicious curry with sauteed onions and tomatoes as base for gravy.

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  5. I always admire those recipes which includes lots of veggies...gr8 choice.

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  6. It tempts me so much to just tear a piece of roti & taste it with the sabzi.... oh!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Ash....
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  7. phulkas looks very soft and perfect subji..sounds great.

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  8. Both the rotis and the sabzi looks good! I love such meals!

    trupti
    the spice who loved me

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  9. Hey dea..!!
    Thanx a bunch for stopping by Vazhayila...
    Sabzi looks yummy and delicious!!
    Keep rocking

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  10. subzi looks yummy, I am for it, I always use all the veggies in my subzi's. yummy and delicious dear...

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  11. Absolutely delicious,my all time favorite

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