Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Mix vegetable with white gravy

Ingredients for boiled:
1-cup green peas,
1-cup chopped potatoes,
1-cup chopped cabbage,
1-cup chopped cauliflower,
1\2-cup chopped carrot.

* Boiled all ingredients until they are soft.

Ingredients for white gravy:
1-cup milk,
10-15 pieces of cashewnut,
10 pieces of garlic,
2 pieces of ginger.
* Crush all this material in mixer.

Ingredients for grounded:
1-tbsp mustard seeds,
1-tbsp cumin seeds,
1-tbsp green raw fennel.

* Crush all this dry masala in mixer.

Ingredients for curry:
1-cup chopped tomatoes,
1\2-cup chopped onion,
1-tbsp butter,
1\2 tbsp turmeric powder,
Coriander leaves for garnish.

Step 1: Heat butter in thick bottom pan.

Step 2: Add chopped onion and cook for 2-3 minutes.

Step 3: Then add chopped tomato and cook until they are soft.

Step 4: Add white gravy and cook for 3-minutes.

Step 5: After that add turmeric powder and grounded masala in it.

Step 6: Add boiled vegetable in it.

Step 7: Mix well and turn off the flame.
Step 8: Garnish with coriander leaves and serve hot with roti.


zobars said...

Hey Kajal, that curry looks really delish. I will try to make it sometime this week and let you know how it turned out.

Neelu said...

Kajal,You know what is so special about your posts? you seem to make them so effortlessly,.when i was reading the post i could almost see myself in the kitchen making this curry in next one hour before hubby comes home:) so let me make this right now,i have all the ingredients except the fennel seeds:)

Vcuisine said...

I feel as though you are taking a culinary class. So real itis. Very nice and i admire your talent Kajal. Viji

trupti said...

A recioe many bhauj gami.....Mara gharey next week party che, hun banavish and taney kaish!


Asha said...

You should have skipped Turmeric Kajal,then it would look fabulously white.Recipe sounds great.I will try it.Thanks girl.

Roopa said...

the gravy looks inviting! great patience with those step by step impressive photos. the masala seems simple and delicious will try this !

ces said...

thanks for the recipe! just what i was looking for today...

Kajal said...

Hi Zobars,
Thanks you 4 your nice comment, try and enjoy it but if you like butter then try my mom is not like butter then you not satisfy with this recipe but my jijaji like it very much. Bye-4-Now.
Have a good day.:)

Kajal said...

Hi Neelu,
Thanks for your lovely and nice words...Enjoy with your hubby...Great day.......Bye.:)
Keep in touch.

Kajal said...

Hi Viji,
Thanks a lots my dear.:)
I love your comment every time.:)))))))))))))
Good Day:(

Kajal said...

Hi Trupti,
Mari saras majani bahenpani hu tara javab ni rah jovu chhu to banave to mane kaije.:)
Tara sunder shabado mate abhar.
Great feel with your comment.:)

Kajal said...

Thanks a lot Asha, Nice to see here.
Have a nice day.:)

Kajal said...

Hi Roopa,
Thanks for your pleasure words.

Kajal said...

Hi Ces,
Thanks for your nice words.
Good day.:)

Sharmi said...

dear Kajal the gravy looks so good. looking at the ingredients I thought it was a long process but then the pics made it real simple for me to understand. very yummy looking gravy. will try it out for sure.

Kajal said...

Hi Sharmi,
Thanks for your nice reply.
Have a nice day to see your comment.
Good day.:)