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Sunday, December 6, 2009

Mixed-vegetable-kurma-recipe

This is a wonderful kurma I found in Prema’s Cook book blog!  I have made this so many time and now ended up in a modified recipe,which suits my family’s taste.. I usually make this kurma with chapathi but as Prema have mentioned this goes well with poori…Also tastes the best with Parotta.. 

Mixed-veg-kurma

 Mixed vegetable kurma recipe

Indian Side dish
Prep Time: 15 mins    |  Cook time: 20 mins    Serves: 4

Ingredients


Potato  1 no. 
carrot ,small  1 no. 
beans  10 nos. 
cauliflower small portion 
peas  1 fist full 
onion  2 nos. 
tomato  2 small sized 
ginger garlic paste  2 tsp 
turmeric  1/8 tsp 
redchilli powder  1 tsp 
garam masala  1/2 tsp 
curry leaves  1 sprig 
coriander leaves,chopped  2 tblsp 
salt  as needed 

To Temper

Elachi 1 no.
Clove 1 no.
Cinnamon 1 inch piece
Bay leaf 1 no.
Jeera 1 tsp
Oil 2 tblsp

To grind

Coconut 2 tblsp
Fennel 3/4 tsp
Khus khus 3/4 tsp
cashew nuts 5-8 nos.
Fried gram dal(pottu kadalai) 1 tsp

 


Method

  1. Chop the veggies to fine cubes,also chop the onions and tomatoes finely.
  2. Grind the ingredients under the table “To grind”  to a  smooth paste.
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  4. Heat a small pressure cooker/pan with oil and add the tempering items in the table “to temper”.
  5. After the cumin splutters,add curry leaves .Add onion and fry for a minute and add the ginger garlic paste and fry in low flame till the raw smell of the ginger garlic paste disappears.
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  7. Add the tomato and add the salt and fry for a minute till the tomatoes becomes mushy.
  8. Add the ground paste,followed by the red chilli powder,garam masala powder and turmeric powder.
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  10. Fry in low flame till the raw smell goes off(3-4 minutes approx.).Add the veggies and a cup of water and mix well.Check the salt.
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  12. Pressure cook for 1 whistle and after the first whistle simmer for 5 minutes.
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  14. Open after the steam releases completely and add 2 tblsp of chopped coriander leaves and mix well. Serve with poori/parotta or chapathi!

Note


  • Please dont skip curry leaves and coriander leaves as it gives a nice flavor!

  • You can also add soya chunks with the veggies!
  • I have made in larger quantities two three times for get together,never failed,hope this helps budding cooks….Tastes very similar to hotel kurma!!
    mixed-veg-korma

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    64 comments:

    1. Wow!!! delicious and eye catching kurma..Absolutely finger-licking!!;)

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    2. Looks delicious, a perfect sidedish!

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    3. wow thats a beautiful pic and perfect kurma for puri...looks very delicious raks esp the colour of it is very nice

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    4. that is a great combo -puri and kurma..had it at my friend's place once..i add a little coconut milk in it..yours looks awesome..

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    5. nice kurma.Tried a similar one using potaoes only.nice pictorial explanation.excellent click too

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    6. Lovely kurma Rak's..looks perfect wid poori's..Even I prefer eating kurma wid poori's..I do almost similar other than the saunf adding to the ground mixture..will add next time...

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    7. Thanks for sharing..... I need to try my hands... on making kurma.. never made ....

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    8. Creamy and delicious kurma.....

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    9. wow, this is a lovely kurma.Loved the color

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    10. Such a beautiful kurma Raks, very colourful and tempting..

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    11. Yummy with anything.......nice click

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    12. Wonderful kurma dear!!

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    13. wow..this is so yummy! wonderful pic...

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    14. I always think pressure cooking kurmas like this gets the masalas well incorporated into the veggies. Looks very tempting.

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    15. nice pictures dear....this version sounds interesting...I'll try it next time when I am making kurma :)

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    16. Looks really delicious. Beautiful pictures.

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    17. looks very nice and colorful.

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    18. Super delicious kurma! I don't add pottudalai...

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    19. absolutely lovely and delicious..am speechless looking at the photos. :-)

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    20. vegetable kurma looks great with the pooris; veg kurma is my favoutite combination for pooris too :) I do it similarly without the coconut!

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    21. Droolworthy pics... Delicious kurma

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    22. Kurma looks perfect,perfect one with roti & parotta,nice clicks

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    23. Kurma looks great. I would love adding cauliflower but the ones we get here gets soggy. Delicious!!!

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    24. ooh..my..kurma looks delicious. yummy yumm...

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    25. I've been looking for an easy Kurma recipe and I tried this one and wow, it came out so good. It was so tasty with Roti. Next time I'll have to make it with Dosa.

      Thanks for the wonderful recipe.

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    26. Priya, That's super fast :) Thanks for trying out :)

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    27. That kurma is wonderful Raks! So mouth-watering that i'm tempted to make it immediately... bookmarked!

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    28. I too have tried this.. will try this modified version soon.. Looks yummy !!

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    29. I cant agree with you more about not missing the curry leaves! This is a great recipe :)

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    30. So beautiful pics..Kurma looks creamy and yummy!

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    31. This looks very yummy..Thanks for visting my blog..and i love the pics in here!!

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    32. I am blown away!Lovely presentation..

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    33. I really like that u paired it with puri.
      Good Kurma!

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    34. great!!, looks delicious, beautiful pictures as always, looks delectable.., not feeling great, can you pass the platter to me please!!, looks so yum with lot of veggies, i do something like minus bay leaves & saunf next time i will try this..

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    35. Such a tempting Kurma loaded with goodness of the veggies.. Amma also makes a similar one, but I can never replicate her taste..Will surely try this one! Lovely clicks as always! :)

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    36. Hi Raks,

      I made this kurma yesterday for puris after reading your post. We loved the mildness of the masala in it. Step by step pics were very helpful

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    37. first time on you blog and i loved i...the rasam you posted recently looks so fresh and this korma is as healthy as it can be...i am going to try this very soon..

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    38. An appetizing side dish :D

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    39. I love these simple veggie dishes, Yum!

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    40. your pictures are so colourful and nice!!too good!

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    41. HI
      I did kurma and puri .it came very well.and very thank full for you.
      Thanks
      vanitha chandran

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    42. Tried this kurma with roti..it was a superhit..Thank you so much for the detailed explanation and pics..Keep up the good work, it helps a lot of us

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    43. I just tried...it was so Gud...Thank u ...

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    44. i tried this with jeera rice , poori and chapathi !it was excellent.... it is now famous with my guests also ! thank you rakshitha !

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    45. i tried this with jeera rice , poori and chapathi !it was excellent.... it is now famous with my guests also ! thank you rakshitha !

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    46. Yummy recipe. Mouth watering when recipe is done... Thank u..

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    47. I wanted to make a kurma for idiyapam n i tried yr recipe... Wow it came out very well thank you for this easy recipe.... Everyone in my house praised me for making this

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    48. I wanted to make a kurma for idiyapam n i tried yr recipe... Wow it came out very well thank you for this easy recipe.... Everyone in my house praised me for making this

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    49. Hi Raks

      I tried this recipe following ur step by step pic guide and it came out very well.

      browsing your website and preparing dishes like you mentioned, iam so happy to do that.

      thanks for this wonderful recipe. FYI this is the first time i prepared veg-kurma and everyone at my home liked it very much.

      Thanks for all the recipe.

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    50. Hi, Rak's
      I tried this recipe, it was yummy every one like it,
      thanks for sharing i will also try your other recipes. Add some chicken recipes too.

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    51. Hi Rak's,
      i have tried your recipe, it was lovely and yummy, all my friends like it. Thanks for sharing.
      i will try your other recipies also.
      add some chicken receipies too.

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    52. Looks yumm! I love this style of kurma and never tried before..hope it ll come out well today, with the help of your detailed instuctions. Thanks in advance :)

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    53. hi raks..it came out very well..thanks so much

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    54. Thanks Raji for the delicious kurma recipe.It was fabulous.Infact all your recipes are fantastic.

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    55. i tried..... it was awesome

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    56. I am a big fan of your recipes...Today I tried this kurma and it was awesome. Thanks a ton!!

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    57. Wow, thanks for your nice presentation, tried your way of making this one, that too on a potluck dinner, came out just like hotel kurma. I was so scared initially why I chose to do on a potluck day, but it didn't fail, because of you!!! Thanks a ton!!!

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    58. I did little modifications and it came out well... added mint leaves for tadka and corriander seeds and used fresh coconut instead of desiccated along with some almonds for the paste and added green capsicum with all the veggetables. After having the first 2 whistles(mine come very fine so waited for 2 ) switched off the flames and then after the pressure is gone added fried panner and let it shimmer for the consistency and added little cream . It came out well. My family loved it.

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    59. This is the awesomest veg curry I ever made or had. Seriously. Making it for the n th time now.

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    60. I am a big fan of your recipes..I tried this kurma and it came very well. even tried lot many recipes.
      more than me my daughter(8yrs) is a great fan of ur website.

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    61. Thnks for this wonderful recipe..

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    62. Thanks for this wonderful recipe..came out lovely

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    63. Raji.. the kurma was awesome.. my hubby loved it so much... thanks a lot.. i hv tried so many versions of this recipe.. nvr turned out perfect...this one reminds us of tamilnad's resto style kurma... :) :)

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