Thursday, March 8, 2007

Vegetable Jaipuri

Ingredient for boil:
1-cup green peas,
1-cup chopped potatoes,
1-cup chopped carrot.


· Boiled all together for 3 minutes into cooker.

Ingredients for the paste:
2-tbsp grated coconut,
1-cup chopped onion,
1-cup chopped tomato,
1-long piece ginger,
5-6 pieces garlic.
· Mix and grind into paste.Ingredients for dry masala:
5-pieces cinnamons,
4-pieces cloves,
6-pieces black pepper corns,
1-tbsp coriander seeds,
1-tbsp cumin seeds. · Mix and grind into dry powder.
Ingredients for curry:
2-tbsp chilli powder,
1-tbsp haldi (turmeric) powder,
1-tbsp sugar (optional),
1-tbsp grated beetroot (optional),
2-tbsp oil,
1\2-lemon juice (optional),
Salt to taste,
Coriander leaves for garnish.

Method:
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.

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.


Serve hot with roti or parrtha.

26 comments:

Asha said...

Sooo colorful and delicious.I love the photos,so detailed.Thanks Kajal.

Tarika said...

This looks so great.
I will try today-I am sure Tina will like it:)

Kajal said...

Hi Asha,
As my wish you are the first person like my elder sister. Thank you................ I have no word to say you what I feel when I see your comment. I love you.:)
-kajal

Kajal said...

Hi Tarika and love to Tanvi. When Tanvi is coming India i deffiently give every day new item to tanvi.Thanks for your nice word. Really I miss you.:)

Sia's corner said...

what a colourful dish kajal... u r amazing

Kajal said...

Hi Sia's,
Thank you for nice words. I am so happy to see your comment.:)

Sumitha said...

My first time here in your blog,loved the samosa chaat,bhel and what brilliant pencil sketching and all the other craft works too like the dolls,you are very talented,keep it up!

Kajal said...

Hi Sumitha,
Well come to my blog and thanks for lovely words. Specially thanks for my craft and drawing.
Bye for now.:)))

Pooja said...

HIi Kajal,
Seems like I missed so many nice recipes around here , since i was away from blogging.
will take a look at all these recipes again when i will be much free . Keep the good work goin on. I love the perfect color of this Vegetable Jaipuri. thanks for sharing.
-Pooja

Kajal said...

Hi Pooja,
Love you; after a long time I see your comment and also you are not active in your blog. I miss you dear very much. I wish you are quickly active in your blog. Thanks for your lovely word.
-Kajal

Shielesh Damle said...

Hi Kajal,

This is best way to present a receipe on web. I think many cooking related websites should follow this example. Due to photos understanding can be simple. Veg. Jaipuri is simple receipe to cook for those who know how to cook but due to photographs pople who do not know cooking will pickup cooking soon.

Cheers

Shielesh Damle

Priya Dilip said...

Hi kajal..
this is the first time im visiting your blog.. vege korma.. another way of making it.. i must try it soon.. it looks great!!

Cheers
Priya Dilip

Kajal said...

Hi Shielesh damle,

Well come to my blog.
I am galb to see your comment here.
Thanks for appreciating my work.

Cheers!!!!!!!!

Kajal said...

Hi Priya Dilip,

Thanks for your nice words.
Have a great day to see your comment.
Have a nice day.:)))))))))

Anonymous said...

Kajal,

Very detailed recipe... esp with the photos of every step

aparna said...

hi kajal,

your blog is superb.well, i tried ur vegetable jaipuri.it came out very well and your step by step presentation of photos helped me a lot.it was the same as u showed.thanx for the recipe.i dropin everyday to see ur blog.:)

Anonymous said...

HI Kajal,

I TRIED UR VEGETABLE JAIPURI.IT CAME OUT EXCELLENTLY. NICE RECIPE.UR PHOTO PRESENTATION WAS FABUOLOUS.JUST BY SEEING THE PHOTOS MY STOMACH IS FULL.U R DOING A GREAT JOB.

Pravs said...

very nice pics and yummy dish!

anusha said...

an easy and precise recipe..great for beginner cooks like me..awesome dish..thanks for sharing!!

Mousami said...

hi kajal,

Mousami here . thanx for your efforts. it is a kicking start for beginners like me. thanx for ur help.

Latha said...

Hi Kajal,

Today i made this for roti. It's very tasty and also easy to make. Your step-by-step is of great help, dear. I could understand the consistency by looking at the pictures. Wish I also had beetroot at home. The colour is the only thing i missed. Thanks very much for this recipe!

dr.nanma said...

hi kajal.first time on ur blog.tried ur recipe.looked good.tasted good but i think i sensed the raw taste of onions.what must have gone wrong?please advise.i had used a little water while i ground the paste since i had to do it in a blender

maritacampoverde said...

Thank you for the recipe I will cook it tonight!!!I love indian vegetable cooking, yummi,Marita

Anonymous said...

Thanks for such a wonderful recipe.. i tried today n it was awesome in taste.. Keep it up.. :)

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