Friday, February 5, 2010

Peas-Carrot Capsicum curry with onion tomato gravy

Ingredients for curry:
1 cup fresh green peas
½ cup peel and long cut carrot
½ cup cut pieces of capsicum
1\4 tbas turmeric powder (haldi)
1 tbsp red chilli powder (mirch powder)
1\2 tbsp gram masala
1\2 tbsp mustard seeds (rai)
1 tbsp cumin seeds (jeera)
¼ tbsp asafetida powder

3 tbsp oil
Sugar optional
Salt to taste



Ingredients for gravy:
3 medium size tomatoes

2 medium size onions
Small piece of ginger
8-9 pieces of garlic

* Peel the onion and ginger and cut into medium size pieces.
* Cut tomatoes and remove the skin of garlic and place all this into mixer of bowl.

* Grind it and make gravy. Add little water if required.

Method of making curry:
Step 1: Heat the oil into cooker and add mustards seeds.

Step 2: When the seeds crackle, add the cumin seeds, and asafetida powder.

Step 3: Add the cut carrot and capsicum pieces in it.

Step 4: Sauté on a medium flame for few seconds.

Step 5: Then add fresh green peas and mix well.

Step 6: Turn the flame law and add the tumeric powder, red chilli powder, sugar (optional) and salt to taste.Step 7: Add the tomato-onion gravy and then add 1\4 cup of water. (approximate)

Step 8: Then add ½ tbsp gram masala and mix well.

Step 9: Pressure cook for only one whistle on medium flame.
Step 10: Wait for 5 minutes and then open the lid of cooker.

Step 11: Place into serving bowl.

Step 12: Garnish with coriander leaves and serve hot with triangle shape paratha, lemon aachar, papad and curd. :-)

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13 comments:

Asha said...

Hi Kajal, happy 2010 to you and family. Lovely recipe with step by step pics. Looks delicious.

The Princess said...

Kajal

I like your recipe very much. I have never made a gravy like you suggest but will now do so.

Mina

Kajal said...

ohhhhhhhhhhh.......my dear.............i am very happy to see your comment and also think that i never get time for you and feel very bad.

dear i am change my new job on this january and bit buzy for all things but i never forget of
your first comment of my blog and you always give me insperation for my blog.

Happy new year to you and your family dear!!!

Give my regards to everyone :)

Kajal

Kajal said...

Hello Mina,

Thanks for your lovely words dear....

I also try this recipe first time but i like it....

Have a great day and lots of fun in weekend!!!

Kajal

Anjum said...

Hi Kajal.I tried this and it was an instant hit.Thanks.
Do drop in at http://anjuskitchentreasures.blogspot.com/

musical said...

Very nice preparation!! And very delightful combination too!

Jayashree said...

This is such a vibrant, colourful curry, Kajal. Looks really good.

Jayashree said...

Just wanted to let you know that I made this for our lunch today and we love it. Thank you.

Mital said...

Hi Kajal, kem chhe? "Peas-Carrot Capsicum curry with onion tomato gravy" me banavi ane amane bahu bhavi.Mane tamari vanagi bahu kam lage chhe ane bahu bhave pan chhe.


Mital

Aparna said...

wonderful recipe,gonna try..:)following you,drop in my blog wen u r free http://ladiesspecialadukkala.blogspot.com/

koki said...

hello madam,
i tried your recipe.it came out very well.i like ur recipes.keep post like this.i want how to make paneer butter masala in ur style.please post for me.thank u madam.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like a nice recipe....however, to clarify...when you write "tbsp" , do u mean tablespoon or teaspoon? Thanks.

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