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Tuesday, February 22, 2011

   This korma tasted similar to vegetable stew,but this is with paneer. Its truly restaurant kind of recipe…Also very spicy,don’t under estimate by looking at the colour of the gravy! No more jotting,straight to the recipe!
Hyderabadi subz korma         

INGREDIENTS:

Baby corn 4 nos
Cauliflower 6 small pieces
Frozen peas 1/4 cup
Carrot 1 no.
Paneer cubes 1/2 cup
Onion 3 nos.
Ginger garlic paste 1 tsp
Green chilli 2-3 nos.
Garam masala 1/2 tsp
Chilli powder 1/4 tsp
Pepper powder 1/4 tsp
Milk 1/2 cup
Coconut milk 1/2 cup
Cream (optional) 2 tblsp
Salt 1 tsp
To temper:
Ghee/oil 1 & 1/2 tblsp
Clove 4 nos
Cardamom 2 nos
Cinnamon 1 inch piece
Jeera 1/2 tsp

 

White kurma

Method:

  1. Fry onion,with green chillies in a tsp of oil and grind it to a fine paste.Keep aside.
    Fry onion and green chilli Grind to smooth paste
  2. Heat ghee/oil in pan and temper with the items given in the ‘to temper’ table in order. After the cumin seeds splutter,add the ground paste,ginger garlic paste and fry for 2 minutes. Add 1/2 tblsp water and cook for half a minute.
    Fry till water evaporates
  3. Add the vegetables and fry for 2-3 minutes in medium-low flame.Add the powders-garam masala,pepper,red chilli.give it a stir and add 3/4 cup water. Cover and cook until all the veggies gets cooked well yet bit crunchy.Takes 6-8 minutes.(I forgot to add the powders in this stage and added in the next step!)
    Add vegetables Cook veggies
  4. Add milk,coconut milk and cream(if desired),I dint add cream and lastly paneer and give it a boil. Dont let it boil for long time,just give it a boil in low flame.
    Add paneer and coconut milk Garnish
  5. Garnish with coriander leaves and serve with roti or any variety rice!
Hyderabadi subz korma
Notes:
Light bulbYou can add the vegetable of your choice and try.


Light bulbWhile frying never let the onions brown as it will spoil the colour.

Light bulbThe veggies are cooked yet crunchy in this korma!

Light bulbYou can reduce the oil/ghee quantity,if you want.

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66 comments:

  1. Kurma has a lovely colour Raji! Parka mild-aathaan irukku! :)

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  2. milki sabzi raks..looks rich too

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  3. nice recipe!...always a good side dish!,,,looks yum!
    Smitha

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  4. that looks delicious, raks. especially if you say its spicy!

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  5. looks so creamy and delicious..just need some hot steamed rice..I prefer it that way..

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  6. Subzi korma looks awesome and inviting. Would love Love to taste it

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  7. Looks gud ..I dont mind having it right now as my tastebud is all num...hey is tht bowl is frm ikea? I saw something same last week ;)

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  8. I like white kurma very much...am sure this one will be super tasty...looks creamy perfect for rotis

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  9. Oh..the curry looks very tempting..the name is very exotic n your presentation is apt!

    US Masala

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  10. WOW this is looking so creamy and delicious... can't make out with the colour that it's spicy...yum.

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  11. very grand looking curry! never heard while in hyd:) looks so nice.

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  12. interesting n new curry!!!perfect with chapathi!...beautiful pics n click raks!

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  13. would love to have with chappathis. spicy U say but the color looks so whitish. must try this and see. see ya

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  14. hi! long time! this looks very very yummy! coconut milk in kurmas really make it so delicious!

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  15. Looks delicious and inviting... Am bookmarking this..

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  16. Loved the kurma recipe dear.....I think it would taste wonderful wid ghee rice..my personal choice...:)
    I like that ikea bowl set..:)

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  17. Lovely colour and looks awesome

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  18. love this creamy and yummy korma.Though we dont kurma's much,this is quite tempting one and i love the addition of coconut milk.

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  19. subzi looks rich and delicious dear :)

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  20. perfectooo..looking awesome..

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  21. Awesomee !! Totally a restaurants signature dish !

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  22. The Kurma looks lip smacking!! Just fabulous :)

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  23. Wow!!! this is delicious , i have eaten this once in Hyderabad it taste very good:)

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  24. Very creamy and delicious looking curry!

    Lite Bite

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  25. Creamy & delicious!!! Love the flavor of coconut milk in it..;)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  26. Such a creamy and delicious curry! Would love to taste it.

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  27. Wowo looks so so creamy and yummy.

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  28. Looks rich & creamy :)

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  29. Looks so creamy and delicious!!

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  30. Looks Rich Raks... even I love Nita Mehta's recs they are so good isnt it ?....will try this surely with poori tommorow and let u know how did it turn out:)

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  31. Delicious and rich kurma...Perfect with Roti! thanks for sharing...

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  32. Rich and creamy kurma,perfect with roti,yum yum.

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  33. I always have an affinity for white gravies - looks and sounds delicious.

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  34. Delicious Raks!, would love to have it with nice warm rotis.

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  35. This is a killer recipe raks..I love veg kurumas...Awesomely captured..

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  36. Looks absolutely yumm and love love love it.. never tried both coconut milk and cream together..looks yumm yumm ..basically I love white gravies and this looks fantastic.. I love Nita Mehta recipes too...By the way pictures are fantastic.

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  37. Lovely curry Raji, will definitely give it a try, lovley click as always

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  38. Creamy and yummmy to the core :) Looks so good :)

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  39. Kurma looks absolutely delicious and inviting Raji, delicious!

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  40. Kurma looks delicious. I am a fan of vegetable kormas.

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  41. Delicious and creamy kurma....love it!!

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  42. WOW nice colorful and healthy ,creamy kurma!

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  43. wow delicious kurma..love to taste it..

    http://womensera2008.blogspot.com/2011/02/for-appetizers-participants-event-round.html

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  44. OMG...that looks so creamy and delicious..loved it...YUm Yum

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  45. I'm still recovering from your gorgeous pictures...!

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  46. Bookmark it as I have to prepare it. It looks sooooooooooo tempting.

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  47. thanks for the wishes raji..Just logged in and read all I have missed..the new dosa, tiffin sambar, oats idli..Im gonna try them soon..waiting for my son to grow up to eat your special dishes too!

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  48. Oh this is awesome korma recipe..delicious!!!

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  49. First time here...lovely space..following it

    FunWidFud

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  50. So creamya nd yummy!!
    great click raks..
    IKEA bowl right? I have too :)

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  51. Korma looks creamy and scrumptious..yum yum

    Aaha Oho

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  52. Super rich gravy with milk, coc milk and cream, that is totally new recipe!

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  53. Looks DELECTABLE -The gravy looks perfect I make a Thai version of this often :)

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  54. nice presentation..looks delicious..

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  55. it looks amazing..i have coconut milk will try

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  56. I got similar recipe from a chef,a very good substitute for usual spicy red gravies...Happy,u posted it..

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  57. Hi Raks,

    Kurma looks very creamy and nice. Pretty straight forward recipe with not too many ingredients.
    Should try this one soon..

    Shobha

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  58. MAde this last night and it was a huge hit at home. Thanks for sharing!

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  59. Tried this for recipe for dinner with chapatis, came out really good...

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