Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Veg Korma



Great looking, no?
It was Delicious too.
My first Vegetable Korma.. A prelude to Vegetable Kolhapuri.. Anybody tell me how to cook Shahi Paneer Korma.. I will cook it too.
Oh! Happy Valentine's day to all the Ladies..
Will write up the post a little later.. don't mind puhleez.. Me tired today..

The recipe now:

Vegetables:

half a cup each of carrots, french beans, Potatoes, cauliflower, capsicum.
Cut the vegetables into small half inch cubes and keep aside. Don't boil.

Chop one onion.
5-6 flakes of garlic and an inch of ginger the size of your middle finger crushed.
Soak half a TSP each of jeera and meethi (not leaves) in water.(My trademark, it helps)
Bayleaves and 2 Red Chilli

Now,
Heat 2 TBS oil in a pan
Put 1 or 2 bay leaves and 2 red chilli.
Immediately put the soaked jeera and methi.
Now add the Onion and saute till transparent.
Add the ginger garlic paste.
When mixture turns slightly brown, add the vegetables and saute well.
Add half Tsp each of jeera powder, red chilli powder, dhania powder,
turmeric powder and Garam masala and mix well.

Then, Add half a cup of coconut milk and let shimmer.
Cover and cook in low heat for 10 minutes.
Open lid from time to time and mix.
When liquid begin to dry, open and increase heat.
Saute well.
Add salt to taste.
Now add a cup of hot water and let shimmer.
Cook for 10 minutes in medium heat and garnish with coriander .

PS: For bachelors eat off the pan lol

5 Comments:

Blogger VirginUpdates said...

happy Val's day!great post.wish i could cook like you do or atleast had the enthusiasm for it.

2/15/2006 12:28:00 PM  
Anonymous mehak said...

atlast something veggie...how was VDAY??? now the recipe pliss

2/15/2006 06:51:00 PM  
Anonymous mehak said...

some how we are not very fond of coconut milk....i have thing dish pretty often...mix veg is wat i call it

2/16/2006 09:08:00 AM  
Anonymous tony said...

Sorry about not replying soon.. Comment was giving problems yesterday I guess because I did replied..

@ VU: Same tyo you and hey you will get the enthusiasm onc you start cooking a nice thing or two.. That is the purpose of my blog too..

@ mehak: I like dry mix veg, but if you are cooking with gravy, the coconut milk really adds a flavor i am beginning to love only recently... Hey I forgot to mention tomatoes, i used some tomatoes too..

2/16/2006 11:19:00 AM  
Anonymous katrina said...

wow i just loved your blog .your passion is same as mine-will bookmark your blog for future references too. even i have a blog on recipes,have a look you may love exploring it.my blog: http://bestrecipesguide.blogspot.com keep the gr8 work going on

4/15/2009 11:41:00 AM  

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