Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Cauliflower Carrot Kurma



1/2 Cup Carrot (Chopped)
1 Cup Cauliflower (Chopped)
1 Big Onion (Chopped into big peaces)
1 Small Tomato (Chopped into big peaces)
4 Garlic cloves
1/2" Ginger ( here we are using less quantity of ginger then garlic)
4 Green Chillies
1 Sp Cumin
1/2 Tsp Mustard seeds
2 Sp Chopped Coriander Leaves
1 Sp Coriander powder
1/4 Cup Milk
very little Tamarind
1.5 Tbs Olive Oil.
Curry leaves
Salt


For curry past : Add 1/2 tbsp oil to a pan. Once heat oil, fry the chopped onions, cumin, garlic, ginger, green chillies for a minute then add chopped tomato, fry until soft. Switch off the stove add coriander powder and tamarind, mix it well and grind to a smooth paste.

In a kadai, heat the oil. Season with mustard seeds and curry leaves.Then add the chopped carrot and cauliflower fry for a while. Add salt, curry past and chopped coriander leaves and mix well. Saute for about 5 minutes stirring in between until the raw smell goes. Pour one cup of water, cover with lid and cook until almost done.
At this stage add the milk and cook without lid.

23 comments:

Priti said...

Umm...kurma...I love kurma and parotta combination...

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easycrafts said...

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Asha said...

Slurp!! Looks like a great dish, will try!:))

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Ramya Bala said...

Very nice kurma recipe...Milk and tamarind-A diff combination

Sujatha said...

This is very differnt recipe for kurma.. I've never added tamarind in my kurma. Looks yummy!

VEGETABLE PLATTER said...

hey thatz a unique recipe .. looks good

rekhas kitchen said...

differnt kurma looks yummy will try it

Bhawana said...

kurma looks great. when we were in blr we used to make it with set dosa. very tasty :)

Lata said...

Love Kurma of any type. We just made Aloo Kurma and I am about to post that recipe.

rekhas kitchen said...

rava idli ki perugu koddiga pullaga undali meku doru ku tunda yenudukante ma tammudu valaintilo try chesa veelu kaledu meru try chesi naku cheppara please

Suma Rajesh said...

kurma looks delicious.....=

Swati: Sugarcraft India said...

Lovely kurma.. need to try this!!

Bharathy said...

Carrot and cauliflower always go well with kurma..esp the base ing of white Khurma here is perfect.Have not tried adding tamarind..:)
Yummy Khurma! :)

Laavanya said...

That kurma looks so creamy and good and no coconut was used? Amazing. Bookmarking to try - thanks.

Devi Priya said...

Looks great! The texture of kurma is very inviting.

Usha said...

my first visit to your blog,this looks yummy !

Seema said...

Nice Kurma, perfect with fried rice or parathas!

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zlamushka said...

lovely kurma, I like seasonal veggie dishes, simple and tasty ones. Btw. T&T round-up is up and running, so is July´s challenge. Hope to see you there ...

Shreya said...

I love korma, and this is really different, especially the tamarind addition, and just cauliflower and carrot. Will try this:-)

Sireesha said...

Kurma looks mouthwatering.......

AnJ said...

Hi - made this yesterday. Tho' it didnt have the consistency as in your pic (not as gravy-ish), it was delicious, different. Loved it. Many thanks for this unusual recipe.