Dahi Wale Subji(Veggies in Creamy Yogurt)

Bored up with routine raitha n curries...Try this curry and u can enjoy the taste.I found it on net and tried it immediately,served with chapthi for dinner.Its a finger licking dish..Its not a joke,try this and you will definitely love it :)
Ingridents:
Potato:1 big(Peeled,Boiled n cubed)
Carrot:1(Peeled,cut n boiled)
Peas:1 cup(I Used Frozen Peas u can even use bolied fresh peas)
Onion:1/2(Finely Chopped)
Tomato:2 medium(Chopped)
Beaten Curd:1.5 cup
Ginger:1/2 spn(Grated)
Garlic:1/2 spn(grated)
Hinge:1/4 spn
Turmeric:1/2 spn
Curry Leaves:8-10 leaves
Coriander Powder:1 spn(Increase if u want it more spicy)
Garam Masala Powder:Depending on ur taste
Jeera:3/4 spn
Salt n Chiili Powder:To Taste
Oil:4-5 spn
Procedure:
1.Heat a skillet and add oil,when hot add cumin seeds and when it splatters add hinge,turmeric powder and fry for a min.
2.Now add grated ginger and garlic fry till the raw flavor is removed,add curry leaves, chopped onions and fry them till onion become smooth,now add the chopped tomatoes give a good mix and cover it with a lid and cook till tomatoes turn smooth.
3.When Tomato turns smooth and leaves oil,add coriander powder,garam masala powder and chilli powder,mix all the spices well and fry for 2 mins.
4.Add the beaten curd,mix well and let it cook on low for 2 mins.
5.Finally add the cooked veggies(potato,carrot n peas).Mix well and cook it on low for 5 mins so that the veggies absorb the juices and get good taste.
6.Garnish it with chopped cliantro.
7.Serve it hot with any paratha,chapathi or Jeera Rice.

U can add the veggies to ur choice..U can even add beans,cauliflower.I added them to my availabilty.

3 comments:

srividya hari said...

This is one of my fav curries. Handy one that I prefer to make often coz of its easiness and taste. Thanks for blogging it with wonderful pics as ever!

Divya Vikram said...

Looks creamy n rich Kavya!

Madhavi said...

Hey Kavya ... just now i tried this ... oh it is too good ... i love this ... it is very easy and so tasty .. thanks for sharing this ....