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Mix Vegetables-Karwar Style & Award

Mix Vegetables-Karwar Style & Award



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his month theme is Karnataka Cuisine hosted by Anisheetu in SWC event which originally started by Dear Lakshmi. I wanted to participate in this event as I have missed SWC:Maharashtra , so I did some googling and settle for Capsicum-Karwar Style. I didn't know what exactly karwar style meant and how the dish look like as there was no picture in the website. But somehow I liked the recipe cause it's simple and very few ingredients.

I did few alteration, first thing, I added eggplant and cauliflower along with capsicum and added 1tps of redchili powder to suite our taste bud. I like the recipe so much, cause for a change there was no onion, green chili and tomato :)...what a relief! And lucky all the other ingredients I had at home.

Ingredients:

1/2 capsicums - cut in long strips
1/2 cup Cauliflower - cut in medium floerts
1 big Eggplant - cut in medium size
1/4 cup peanuts - roasted and skinned
1 stalk curry leaves
3-4 pinches asafoetida
1 tbsp - jaggery grated
2 tbsp - oil
1 tsp - mustard seeds
2 - whole red chillies
1tps - Red chilli powder
1/2 tps - Turmeric Powder
2 strips - tamarind Soak in water

Grind to a paste:
1/2 cup - coconut grated and roasted
2 tsp - split bengal gram
1 tbsp - split black gram
2 tsp - sesame seeds
1/2 tsp - coriander seeds

Method:

1. Cut all the veggies.

2. Roast all ingredients for paste and grind with little water (except tamarind).

3. Heat oil in pan, add asafoetida, mustard seeds, whole chillies, allow to splutter.

4. Add curry leaves, all the veggies and fry until golden brown.



5. Add masala paste and cook until rawness fades.

5. Add jaggery, salt, turmeric powder and peanuts, mix everything and cook for 1-2mins.

6. Get the purp from soaked tamarind, and add into pan and mix well.

7. Add 1/4 cup water, boil and simmer for 7-8 minutes.


8. Gravy must be thick.

9. Serve hot with roti or rice.


Mix veggies karwar style was really tasty and I'm going to prepare it few more times with different veggie :-). And Thanks to LG, now I know Karwar it's a place name in Karnataka so the veggie is karwar style. Try this curry and I'm sure everyone will love this as I did too.


20 comments:

  1. Thank you dear:)

    Mix veggie is a good one... as you said, with less work on onions and tomatoes;) will try it.

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  2. Priti, thanks for vising my blog and for your lovely words...
    You have a lovely blog here and this curry looks yummy..
    Do keep in touch..

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  3. Hi Priti, you truly rock! You take a totally new recipe, and add more veggies and make it look so yum.Love the idea of no onion-tomato! There's sesame too in this. I am surely gonna try it:-) And Thanks a ton for passing the award to me. I can't express in words how much this means to me! A big hug. Congrats to all the winners.

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  4. woooow..capsicum curry looks fab! Thanks for participating..atleast there is a knoweldge update about Karwar now. Karwar is a place in north Karnataka. Congrats on receiveing all those awards andThank you Thank you..I feel sooo happy to get that award

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  5. Hey Priti,congrats on ur award n thanks for passing it to me...I went thru ur post thrice to chk out the veggies used..the combi which I never heard of...no onion tomato...shud try once dear...

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  6. Looks good the curry :) My husb should know about this recipe!

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  7. PRITI, that looks really nice ..had not heard of this style veggie at all .. am going to try it too .. thanks dear

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  8. hey i made a simialr subji today with eggplants..will post it nex week..loved your presentation!!

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  9. The Karwari recipe is so authentic.I will definitely try it. Thanks for the awards

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  10. hi,,this is nice entry for th event,..have been to karwar mny times,..its awesome place with real nice beaches...ur post brought back so mny memories...nd ya thnks for the awesome award...hppy bloggin ceeya,..:-)

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  11. Mix veg with no onion and tomatoes sounds new......Curry looks delicious......Will gonna try this definitely.....

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  12. Wow the vege is looking great... Lotz of thanks for thinking about me for the award... also thanks for the entry do send in the mail with photo...

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  13. I have small treat for u in my blog:))

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  14. Thank you so much. But now looking forward to get more awards:)

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  15. this is new dish for me....
    looks really delicious.....and congrats for the award u deserve it

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  16. This curry looks really good. thanks for sharing

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  17. lovly entry...curry looks yummy and i guess we can make this curry dry too using the same masala ,but adding water less and that can be had as a sidedish....

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  18. WOW very nice recipe Priti, look yummy. Congratulations on ur well deserve award dear and thank you so much for passin' it to me :))

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