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Monday, May 9, 2011

Gobhi - Gajar - Matar


Gobhi-Gajar-Matar = Cauliflower-Carrot-Peas in Hindi

Followers of this blog may probably know that I keep posting recipes under a series named "simple and quick subzis". The recipes published would hardly take around 10 – 15 minutes to put together and represent my style of every day cooking.
I chose the theme “curry in a hurry under 30 minutes” for blogging marathon # 5 , which is starting today. I have decided to continue posting simple ones in this marathon as well. However, some of these recipes may take a little longer than 15 minutes since Srivalli has been generous enough to grant more time. J
I am presenting gobhi - gajar - matar on the first day that happens to be a sukhi subzi or a dry curry. The commonly found vegetables in any Indian home like the cauliflower, peas and carrots are sautéed in a small amount of oil and then flavored with simple spices. This North Indian style subzi sans onion - tomato goes well with both rotis and rice.

Ingredients for 2 -3 servings:
For tadka : 2 -3 tsp oil, 1 tsp mustard seeds, 1 tsp cumin seeds, 1/4 tsp turmeric powder
2 cups cauliflower florets
1 big sized carrot (peeled and cubed)
1/4 cup peas (I used frozen)
1/2 tsp coriander powder
1/2 tsp cumin powder
Chili powder to taste
Salt to taste
Minced cilantro to garnish


Method:
1. Heat oil and add mustard and cumin seeds. When cumin seeds start to brown and mustard seeds start popping, add turmeric powder, cauliflower florets and carrot. Stir once, cover and cook until tender. If using fresh peas, they can be added as well now. Sprinkle a Tbsp of water if needed in between.
2. Then add the peas (if using frozen), salt and the spice powders. Sauté for a couple of minutes more and turn of the stove.
3. Garnish with cilantro and serve warm with rotis / rice. 


Check what the other marathoners are cooking today.

Curry in a hurry under 30 min: Cool Lassi(e), Harini, Kalyani, Priya Mahadevan 
Seven Days of Colorful Dishes Kid's Special: Priya Suresh, Veena 
Seven Days of Indian Sweets: Shylaja, Srivalli  
Seven Days of Regional Specials: Priya Yallapantula  
Under 15 mins Quick Breakfast: Aarthi, Vaishali

Comments

25 comments:

SouthIndianHome said...

Wow. The curry looks colorful and yummy.This is reallyeasy to make with the veges available at look and delicious as well

South Indian Home

harini-jaya said...

Looks healthy and appetizing..These simple subjis are a life saver. Looking forward to more simple subjis and excited to take part in the marathon too..

Aarthi said...

How colourful is that..sound very delicious..will try soon..Will taste so good wrapped in a hot roti..YUM YUM..BTW your blog looks so good,i am gonna follow your blog..

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Prathima Rao said...

simple to make, healthy, colorful & looks inviting!!
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Usha said...

Love the medley of colorful vegetables in the subzi.. That is one simple curry and I like cauliflower just cooked, a little crunchy and tender, exactly as I like it.

Smitha said...

thats a good one!...I make it too!...I like it with chapathi too!
Smitha
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Priya said...

Omg, wat an irresistible and beautiful curry,simply love to have with some rotis..

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

That is indeed simple and quick dear, love it :)

Now Serving said...

wonderful colorful and yummy subji! very tempting pics Suma :)

Krithi's Kitchen said...

Love the color combination! makes a healthy and interesting side dish!
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Sobha Shyam said...

A beautiful combination...nice recipe!!

Cool Lassi(e) said...

Sumaaa, I have one similar curry recipe lined up for BM. You beat me top it..lol. Wait to see my version.

The addition of carrot is indeed a plus. Your version is awesome!

Srivalli said...

Looks great Suma..nice one and I like how well the title sounds..

Mom Chef said...

Good one Suma :) I love gobhi ... and ur version is yummy !

Shanavi said...

Wonderful Combo Suma, Asusual u rock gal..

Prathibha said...

I was abt 2 leave u a msg regarding it dear...You guessed it absolutely correct,just giving a chnace to others to guess...so did not post it..will post when I disclose..:)
and guess wat I had made a similar one last night...but with still more left over veggies...1/8 gobi piece,3 babycorns,6 paneer cubes,1/2 cup peas,1 small carrot,1/4 zucchini n onion in it..best way to use left over veggies..

Aruna Manikandan said...

looks healthy and delicious dear:)
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veena krishnakumar said...

love the colour and the combo!!!looks so good

Kalyani said...

looks delicious ......

Jayashree said...

Suma, that looks so delicious and wholesome.

Sushma said...

Looks simple and tasty!!

Mehjabeen Arif said...

Curry looks so colorful.. Healthy one !

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Malar Gandhi said...

Thats a colorful subzi...very healthy as well. loved ur clicks.

almostveg said...

Looks really appetizing - even my daughter who doesn't like carrots thought so.

swapna said...

Simple and quick stir fry....love the combo!!