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Tuesday, April 30, 2013

veg-chilli-milli
       Veg chilli milli is our usual order when we visit Kailash Parbat. Vj loves this very much. Since he likes the dish very much I thought of attempting my version at home after tasting this twice there. Though I could not match the taste what we had at the restaurant, this sure is a finger licking side for Roti / Naan. Why not?, its a cashew based gravy so its slightly sweetish and delicious inspite of its name having ‘chilli’. And also I like the vegetables in it which we usually do not include in our roti side dish recipes. This has become Aj’s favourite too these daysHappy.

veg-chilli-milli-recipe

Grilled  Veg – aloo Sandwich recipe

Recipe Cuisine: Indian  |  Recipe Category: Lunch/ Dinner
Prep Time: 15 mins    |  Cook time: 20 mins    Serves: 3

Ingredients


Cabbage, cut to thin stripes  3/4 cup 
Carrot, small  1 
Capsicum, small  1 
Paneer, crumbled  3-4  tblsp 
Onion  1 
Tomato puree/ tomatoes(2)  1/4 cup 
Garam masala powder  1/2 tsp 
Dhaniya powder optional  1 tsp 
Red chilli powder  3/4 tsp 
Green chillies  2-3 
Poblano (big green chilli)  1 
Cashews  12-14 
Cream (nestle)  2-3 tblsp 
Kasoori methi  A pinch 
Coriander leaves, chopped  2 tblsp 

 

To temper

Oil/ butter 2 tblsp
Jeera 1

Method

  1.   Cut onion, cabbage, carrot and cabbage to fine strips, this makes the vegetables cook very fast. Slit the green chillies. Heat kadai with oil and temper with jeera. Add onion and both chillies and fry until transparent.1-veg-chillimilli
  2. Grind cashew nuts with little water, to a very smooth paste. set aside. 6grind-cashews
  3. Add tomato puree. If you dont have puree,make you own by grinding the tomatoes. Fry until raw smell goes away. Add the ground cashew paste. Mix well.2-vegchillimilli
  4. Make sure you add oil (1 or 2 tsp) at this stage to get the cashew paste fried easily and to make it non sticky. Add chilli powder, dhaniya powder, garam masala powder and kasooti methi at this stage and mix well. Oil should separate from the paste and cook until that in medium or low flame.3-vegchillimilli
  5. Add all the vegetables, salt and mix well. the vegetables will get cooked and volume reduces soon. Cook until the vegetables are done. Lastly add crumbled paneer.4-vegchillimilli
  6. Mix well and then add cream and mix well. Add more water/ milk to bring it to a consistency you prefer. Cook for 2 minutes in medium flame.5-vegchillimilli

Notes

    • If carrot is big, add only half of it. You can use all the three colours of capsicum to make it more appealing.
    • This is a cashew based gravy, so taste may differ if the recipe is altered.
    • The gravy and the vegetables should be in equal ratio.
    • Colour of the dish depends on the tomatoes and red chilli powders colour. Since i used store bought tomato puree, the colour may be darker.
    • Paneer crumbles can be added more according to your wish.
    • I beat the cream with little milk before adding to the gravy to get it smooth.
    • You can use colourful capsicums for unique taste as each colour of capsicum has its own taste.

Garnish with lots of coriander leaves and serve hot with roti.

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55 comments:

  1. Totally loving it, Bookmarked it..Will try soon

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  2. the name of the recipe itself sounds interesting...
    looks spicy and delicious :)

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  3. Wow Raks,looks sooper yum!!gonna try it soon :)

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  4. its new to me Raks! Love the creamy texture and the colour of the gravy! also like the name of it!

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  5. mouth watering raks ! never tried this hotel :) this time i wll try in kailash parbhat :)
    try diwani handi raks surely u wll fall in love with that side dish !

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    1. Thats my first favorite before this one :D Me and my kid love that :)

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  6. Last week only we had this in kailash parbhat. Looks the same only. no wonder this will taste the same too. will soon give it a try

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  7. Looks so delicious,Bookmarked.

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  8. Looks yummy, Love its name. will give a try :)

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  9. after reading and seeing the picture it looks good and it must be tasty.Let me try!! anyway name is good!!

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  10. I have never tried this at restaurant. Looks yummy!

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  11. Mouth Watering!!! The pics are awesome... I feel like eating right away. Bookmarked

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  12. Wow ! Irressitable ! Rich curry !

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  13. aaahhh... tempting recipe.. must try.. bookmarked

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  14. Looking yummy..very new and interesting too....

    Todays recipe : http://www.7aumsuvai.com/2013/04/ashoka-halwa-300th-post-with-video.html#.UX-ltrWG0YE

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  15. Wow looks so rich and delicious, must be finger-licking good :) Loved those clicks too... YUmmm :)

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  16. Looks so yummy Raji...just feel like finishing up that whole platter.

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  17. love poblano chilli...dish looks so tempting....

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  18. What a unique dish... haven't seen or tasted before... very tempting

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  19. Look really delicious and flavourful. Lovely colour.
    http://www.rita-bose-cooking.com/

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  20. Never hear of this one. Will book mark and try. Looks delicious. Thanks for Sharing Raks.

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  21. mouth watering dish...looks awesome

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  22. Wow...looks incredible..makes me very hungry. Beautiful clicks too.

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  23. Quite a new dish for me too..CHilli milli sounds delicious,an excellent side dish for rotis.

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  24. I was wondering what to prepare for tonight's dinner. And here you go with a different and wonderful dish.. Tried it out immediately and came out really well.. My hubby liked it too.. :) Keep posting and treat us virtually with your wonderful pictures and delicacies ...

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    1. Wow that's fast and thank you for the feedback :)

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  25. New name to me and a very rich and creamy side dish! Perfect for parties!

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  26. wow very nice reccipe looks a lot like kaju masala but with lot sof veggies a must try one for sure.

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  27. yum yum yum ..loved the clicks a lot..feel like gabbing that chapati with this yummy currry

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  28. such a cute name! i don't think i've ever heard of this dish

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  29. very nice and must try dish

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  30. Love that vibrant color...looks yum ...

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  31. Tried this today.Came out damn good.

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  32. wow...very interesting recipe raks..;)
    Tasty Appetite

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  33. Thanks a lot for this effort!

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  34. love the name and looks yumm..love the food in kailash parbat..

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  35. Tried this today. Tastes good but it doesnt look like yours. Mine veggies are all quiet visible :( I love your dish.

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    1. You should finely chop the veggies and when it gets cooked it will become homogenous with the gravy. But it's okay if the taste is good which is main :)

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  36. Hearing this for the first time...bookmarked will try out

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  37. Hearing this for the first time...bookmarked will try out

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  38. looks yummy..have to try..

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  39. can we use normal chillies instead of polblano

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  40. Never had this dish. Looks so yummy and so easy to make. I will have to try this soon. Can I use milk or yogurt instead of the cream?

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  41. Your food looks delicious I love your site.

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  42. a totally unique recipe becoz of the name .....loved it...

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  43. Hi Raks,Tried tis day b4 yesterday,it was a huge hit!! My hubby loved it a lot and me too :)..mine had more of veggies,so the look was bit different.Raks i hav more fresh cream,but its gonna expire soon..can u post me a recipe sweet or anything which uses fresh cream,i don wanna waste tat!

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  44. hey i made it yesterday but it dint come out the same way but not so bad..the colour dint come at all..

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  45. tired it and tastes gud...color was almst similar....loved the taste though....thanks for d recipe :)

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  46. tried dis for phulkas and came out wel...color was almst similar....tasted gud though :) thnks for d lovely recipe :)

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  47. Tried yesterday and loved it. I do not have cream handy, but still it tasted good..

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  48. Tried this yesterday. Me and my husband both liked it :). I do not have cream handy, but still tasted good. Good recipe thanks!

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  49. Can this be tried without paneer crumbles??

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  50. Came out really yummy!! My husband said it tastes like eating in a hotel��.. Thanks for sharing!

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