VEGETABLE KURMA WITHOUT ONION AND GARLIC

INGREDIENTS :

  1. Cauliflower : 3-4 florets ( cut into small pieces)
  2. Green beans : 8-10 ( cut into small pieces)
  3. Capsicum : 1/3 of red , green and yellow ( cut into small pieces)
  4. Carrot : 1 small ( cut into small pieces)
  5. Paneer : 100 gms (optional)
  6. Tomato : 2 medium size ( paste)
  7. Ginger : 1 inch ( paste )
  8. Cumin seeds : 1/2 tea spoon
  9. Cashew : 8-10 ( soak for sometime and then paste)
  10. Raisins : 10-15 ( soak and paste)
  11. Charmagaz : 1 tea spoonful ( soak and paste)
  12. Curryleaves : 8-10
  13. Whole garammasala : cardamom 2, cinnamon 1 inch long, bay leaf 1 small, black pepper 5-6 ,cloves 2
  14. Milk : 1/2 cup
  15. Coriander powder : 1 tea spoon
  16. Cumin powder : 1/2 tea spoon
  17. Red chilli powder : 1/2 tea spoon
  18. Hing : one pinch
  19. Salt : according to taste
  20. khoya : according to taste
  21. Sugar: according to taste
  22. Grammasala powder : 1/2 tea spoon
  23. Butter : 2 tea spoon
  24. Kasuri methi : 1/2 tea spoon

PROCEDURE

  1. First of all cut all the vegetables in small pieces and then fry them in a way so that they are crunchy and not very soft.
  2. Add oil in a pan and add cumin seeds , all the whole garammasalas and hing. After few seconds add ginger and tomato paste , cumin -coriander powder ,red chilli powder . Cook for 5-6 mins.
  3. Add cashew-raisins-charmagaz paste into it . Again cook for 3-4 mins .
  4. Now add khoya , sugar and salt . Cook the gravy until it starts leaving oil. Add kasuri methi into it.
  5. Now add all the fried vegetables into it and mix them nicely. Add milk and water and let it boil for 4-5 mins in medium high flame.Add garammasala powder and butter into it.
  6. Add freshly chopped coriander and serve hot.

This authentic northindian recipe everyone will love to eat. At my home from my kid to my parents everybody enjoys this whenever I prepare it.This recipe goes very well with Butter Naan ( can follow my recipe BUTTER Naan without egg on tawa) , Jeera rice , and also with roti and plain paratha. Please try it at your home and share your experience with me in the comment box below.

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