AlooGobi Korma

After trying many recipes for number of times I finally got the taste I was looking for..I wanted to have a traditional Korma curry which is served in weddings n parties in Andhra.I really enjoyed the taste and every bite of Aloo in the curry.And using the same ingridents but in a different style I also made Tindora Korma which I used to have in our B.Tech Hostel.
I wanted to share this recipe with u all,try this recipe and let me know how u liked the curry.
Ingridents:
Aloo:2 medium(Peeled ,diced n bolied)
Gobi(Cauliflower):2 cups(Cut into flowerlets n boiled)
Peas:1/2 cup(Boiled)
Onion:1 big(Finely Chopped)
Tomato:2 medium(Finely chopped)
Whole CashewNuts:13-15 no
Grated Coconut:1/2 cup(Fresh/Frozen)
Cloves:5
Cinnamon:1 inch piece
Ginger-Garlic Paste:1.5spn
Chillies:5-6(May Vary Acc to taste)
Salt:Acc to taste
Oil:4 spns
Procedure:
1.Soak the cashews for 30 mins in water and after 30 mins drain the water,add the grated coconut and blend it to a smooth paste and put aside.
2..Put a wok on flame and add oil,when hot put the cloves n cinnamon stick fry till u smell a nice aroma,now add the chopped onion n chillies fry till the onion becomes smooth n transulate.
3.At this time add the chopped tomato and cover it with a lid and cook till tomatoes turn smooth and oil gets seprated.
4.When u see the oil oozing out add the blended cashew n coconut paste,mix well and add 1/2 cup of water and cover it with a lid and cook till the oil seprates.
5.Now add the boiled aloo,gobi,peas and stir well.Check for the seasonings and cook on low for 15-20 mins so that the veggies absorbs the sauces and turn tastier.
Serve it hot with any falvored rice or Chapathi/Bread.
U can add veggies accoring to ur taste.U may even add Paneer,Mushrooms,eggs etc.
Using the same recipe for gravy I made Tindora Korma and served with Methi Paratha.

4 comments:

Divya Vikram said...

Sounds spicy n delicious. I love those plates! Pretty!

Sanghi said...

Yummy yummy kavya.. Love ur presentation too..! Good work!:) Check the FIL roundup!!

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Your Aloo Gobi Korma is perfect... Not too watery nor too thick it has the perfect consistency... Slurrrp!!!

Shubha said...

Very Good Recipe Kavya.. I tried it and it was yummy! Thanks!