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Mixed Vegetable Kurma and Happy Ugadi!!!!

Happy Ugadi!!! To all my dear Friends, Visitors and fellow Bloggers!!!
Yummy!!! see the picture, it looks very colorful right!!! I know you started craving for it!! I had it with naan. I cannot describe in words how delicious it was. I say naan is the perfect combo for this curry, but roti bhi chelega!!!! you can even make this curry heavenly by adding few chunks of panner (Look at my face !!! because I have no panner in my fridge). Now coming to the recipe
I prepared this recipe for only 2, and that too for one serving. So, I mentioned very low quantity of ingredients if you wish to make more try to double the amount mentioned.
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Ingredients
Potato- medium size cubed-1/2cup
Cauliflower- large florets-1/2cup
carrot- medium size cubed-1/2cup
Beans- 1 inch slices-1/4cup
green peas- 1/4cup
Onion-1/4cup
bay leaf-2
clove-2
dalchini/cinnamon-1 inch stick
elachi/cardamom-2
ginger garlic paste-2tbsp
sour cream-2tbsp
yogurt/curd-2tbsp
green chili-2
coconut fresh grated-3tbsp
salt to taste
red chili powder-1/4tbsp(or to taste)
garam masala-pinch
turmeric-1/8th tbsp
cumin and coriander powder 1/2tbsp each
cilantro/dania/kotimera-for garnishing

Method:
Boil all the vegetables mentioned in blue color, till they are tender but their structure remain intact. Do not cook them till they become mushy. Now take a pan and heat 2tbso of oil, add mustard seeds, cumin seeds, red chili one by one and wait till mustard splatters. The add bay leaf, clove, Cinnamon, cardamom,onion green chili and cook till onion is tender. Add ginger garlic paste, turmeric and cook till raw flavor of garlic goes away. Then add all spices red chili, cumin-coriander powder, salt and mix well. Add coconut, and little water if you wish. When the coconut is cooked add vegetables and mix well, you can add more water if you do not like curry dry. Check for taste, cook under medium flame by closing the pan with lid for 10-15min and finally add sour cream, garam masala and mix well. Turn off the stove, take the mixture into a serving bowl and garnish with cilantro.

Remember, to take off your curry after cooking form the pan to a serving dish, if your curry still remains in the same pot it may cook more because of heat. because of this it may become very soft and mushy.
 Hope you like my recipe!!! Enjoy!!! your DD

Comments

  1. Happy Ugadi..
    Yummy kurma..love it with poori.

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  2. Happy Ugadi, the kurma looks superb..

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  3. Happy Ugadi. You could have this curry with anything.

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  4. Happy Ugadi.......LOve the kurma.

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  5. yummy n awesome kurma....

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  6. Happy ugadhi... nice kurma

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