Discussion in 'Recipe Central' started by igo, Nov 12, 2005.
Could anybody please tell me vegetable kurma used with puri.
Thankyou very much.
Puri Kurma recipe
Hello Igo, I am posting vegetable kurma recipe in the thread Shakambari in Ask Chitvish forum. Please refer there.
You may also want to check Navaratan Kurma
For mushroom lovers........
Here's another tasty recipe using mushrooms, TAVA MUSHROOMS.
Tava Mushroom :
Button Mushrooms - 200 gms
maida - 1 tbsp
chopped onions - 2 nos
tomatoes - 2 nos
garam masala - 1/2 tsp
chilli powder - 1 tsp
coriander - cumin powder - 1 tsp
kasuri methi - 1 tbsp
oil - 3 tbsp
fresh cream - 2 tbsp
salt to taste
For ginger - garlic paste :
1/2 " ginger
3-4 cloves garlic
1. Wash mushrooms and cut in halves. Sprinkle madia and keep aside.
2. Prepare tomato puree by putting tomatoes in hot water for 10 min and then grating into pulp. keep aside.
3. Heat the oil and fry onions till golden. Add ginger-garlic paste and fry again.
4. Add the garam masala, chilli powder and coriander-cumin powder and fry again.
5. Add tomato puree and fry again.
6. Add the mushrooms, kasuri methi and salt and cook for a few minutes. Sprinkle little water.
7. Add the cream and mix well.
Garnish with chopped coriander leaves.
I tried this mushroom recipe. It was very tasty :thumbsup.
We had it with Chappatis and wanted to keep on having non-stop!
BTW, I am not sure why it has the name 'Tava' mushrooms, though the recipe did not say anything like tossing/stir frying in a tava.
Glad u liked the recipe.
Its basically a tava recipe but I didn't specify it.
This is one of my daughters favourite. She too enjoys it that I spread it on the chappati and make a roll for her.
There are many recipes with mushroom but here u get the taste of only mushrooms mixed with all masalas and it tastes divine and a simple recipe tooo.
thanx for ur feedback.
thanks for posting this recipe. The Glossary is also very helpful.
dear safa ,
txs for the feed bk .
Please send us whatever you feel right to be shared by everyone.I am in for it.
Thanx for all the posts uptil now
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Recipe-Kodaimulagai (Shimla mirchi) godgu:
Raw rice- 1tsp
Gram Dal- 1tbsp
Red chilli-According to taste
Fengugreek Seeds (Methi, vendayam)-1 tsp
Pattai Lavangam- small amount
Dry fry all the above ingredients and grind them in to fine powder.
Tamarind (imli)-Lemon size, soaked in water
Kodaimulagai (Shimla Mirch)- cut in to small pieces.
1.Heat oil and add mustard seeds, urad dal, jeera, curry leaves, shimla mirch (Kodaimulagai) and fry well in slow flame.
2. When kodaimilagai gets cooked, add tamarind water, salt and the ground powder mentioned above. Allow it to boil till it thickens.
This can be used as side dish for idli, dosa and upma.