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Mix Veggie Curry with Sambar and a Award

Mix Veggie Curry with Sambar and a Award



N
ow a days am tied up with work so much that it's getting difficult to blog :-( so made something gud for a change one of these day and that was..longbeans, potato, drumstick together in onion and tomato gravy and that's make yummy Mix Veggie Curry. Along with it made brinjal and drumstick sambar, cucumber & carrot salad for full meals :)

For Mix Veggie we need:

Drumsticks - 1-2
Potato - 1 large
Longbean - 8-10
Onion - 2 large
Tomato - 1 large
Green Chili - 3-4 ( I used red chili)
Redchili powder - 1 tps
Turmeric - 1 tps
Garam masala powder - 1/2 tps
Curry leaves - few
Salt - to taste
Oil - 1 tbs
Water - 1 cup

Method:

1. Cut the potato in cubes, longbeans in small pieces and drumstick too.
2. I have pressure cook drumsticks.
3. Cook the longbeans & potato in microwave for 5mins.
4. Chop the onion, green chilli and tomato.
5. In a pan heat oil, add chopped onion, green chilli and saute them for 2-3 mins.
6. Add curry leaves and all the masala powder and mix well, cook for 2 mins.
7. Add potato, long beans and drumstick mix well and cook for 3-4 mins with lid on.
8. Now add the chopped tomato and cook with lid on for 2-3 mins.
9. Add salt and water and mix well.
10. Cook for 5-6mins with lid on or everything is done and the water due to half.

It's a simple curry with lot of nutrition due to the veggie and also I used only 1tbs of oil to cook.


Next is Brinjal & Drumstick Sambar

For that we need:

Tuar Dal - 1 cup (cooked)
Drumstick - 1
Brinjal/Egg plant - 4-5 ( I used the small ones)
Onion - 1 medium
Tomato - 1 medium
Green Chili - 2-3
Curry Leaves - few
Tamarind - small lemon size
Redchili powder - 2 tps
Sambar powder - 1 tps (optional, if using sambar powder use red chilli only 1 tsp)
Cumin seeds - 1/2 tps
Mustard seeds - 1/2 tps
Ginger-garlic paste - 1 tbs
Coriander leaves - 2 tps (chopped)
Oil - 2-3 tps
Ghee - 2-3 tps (optional)
Water

Method:

1. Wash tuar dal and pressure cook with 1/2 turmeric powder.
2. Cut the brinjal and drumstick, either boil them or pressure cook then too.
3. Slice onion, chopped green chili, tomato and coriander leaves.
4. Soak the tamarind in water for 10-15mins and squeeze the puree out of it.
4. Heat oil in a pan, add half of the mustard, cumin seeds and allow them to splutter.
5. Add onion slices and saute them. Add ginger-garlic paste, green chili and curry leaves and mix.
6. Add the chopped tomato and and cook for 2mins. Now add chili powder and mix.
7. Add the brinjal and drumsticks (add any other vegetable as wish) and cook them together for 2mins.
8. Now add the tamarind puree and bring it to boil.
9. Add the cooked dal and and water as required, mix everything and bring it to boil again. Add the sambar powdeer and boil for 5mins.
10. Serve the sambar as it or use other half of mustard and cumin seeds, dry red chilli, and temper them in Ghee. Pour over the sambar and garnish with coriander leaves.

Serve the thali with mix veggie curry, sambar, cumcumber & carrot salad with rice.


40 comments:

  1. nice recipe for the curry..sambar looks yummy too..thanks for the award...actually , i too passed you the same one few days back, but i think i forgot to leave a commnet..congrats..

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  2. Sambar and Mixed veg curry looks really delish priti:)

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  3. That vegetable curry is so different and such unique veggies going in - must've been yummy. I love drumstick in sambhar - the flavour it lends is really amazing. Congrats on your award Priti and thank you so much for passing it to me.

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  4. Thanks Sowmya for the super fast comment...I have edited the post :)

    Sireesha..thanks for the quick comment :)

    Laav, yes it was very diff..I just mix everything whatever had at hand...Thanks for the quicky comment :)

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  5. sambar looks so yummy...my favourite! and thanks a lot sweetie for the award! this is my first award so i am all the more excited to recieve it..:-)

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  6. wow yummy and mouth watering thali priti nice entry

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  7. I love sambhar..looks like a really nutritious version.

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  8. now collect it from my blog :-)

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  9. delicious meal, the thali looks great :)

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  10. Congrats on ur award Priti..the plate looks yummy and delicious

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  11. thatz a lovely platter preeti .. looks sooo delicious

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  12. Yummy combo.....drumsticks in sambar is always so good with rice.

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  13. Yummy combo.....drumsticks in sambar is always so good with rice.

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  14. That is one good looking plate of food. Congrats on your awards!

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  15. Congrats on your award...the sambar looks yum:)

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  16. hi Priti, awesome dishes. I wish I could grab that meal. So healthy and tasty. Thanks so much for the award dear.

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  17. Both Sambhar and curry with Drumsticks are delicious ideas:)

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  18. Nice entry for the event Priti..Brinjal and drumstick are super duper combo..Congratulations on your award and thanks for thinking of me.

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  19. Looks yummy dishes.. Congratulations on your award!

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  20. i thought mixed veg curry means its with carrot,capsi,gobi althouse stuff. but it looks different with drumsticks. lovely idea priti.

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  21. Wow,thats really lovely priti...are they fresh drumsticks..here we get ot very rarely..
    Conrats on your award and Thank u so much for passing it to me dear

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  22. thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment. I love drumstick sambar and you have a great a yummy looking side dish for it.

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  23. Hi Priti,Both Sambhar and curry Yummy combo.....looks sooo delicious.Conrats on your award

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  24. lovely thali Priti! Congrats on the award.

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  25. Hello dear,
    hope u r keeping well. All the time its you who send me awwrds and this time its me to send you something good. So enjoy lady.Check this link below
    http://bengalicuisine.wordpress.com/awards/

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  26. woo sounds great...moutwatering thali priti..gud job re... being on work u blog too...great yaar

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  27. Hey nice entry. everything is yummy!!!

    Thanks for participating.

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  28. Perfect thali Priti. Am feeling hungry wonderful post.

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  29. Yes Ramya these are fresh drumsticks :)...

    @All thanks for all your comments :)

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  30. hi priti I have posted yours before please check it out here http://plantainleaf.blogspot.com/2008/10/butterfly-award.html thanks a lot dear

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  31. hmm priti iam not orkut is blocked here in UAE so i can not join you there thanks for the suggetion dear

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  32. Drumstick sambar is one of my favorite comfort foods.. looks delicious.. I can have a spoon of it right now :)

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  33. Simple recipe....please do visit my blog

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  34. The sambhar looks so nice Priti. Wanna have it with hot paper dosa.

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  35. hey sweetie, thanks for your concern. will post something soon :)

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  36. Sambhar looks hot and sizzling......
    Congrats for the award..

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  37. Yummy Sambhar Priti. Mixed Veg. sambhar, i like it very much. My husband is not very fond of Brinjal and sambhar as well. So I make sambhars very often. Your sambhar takes me back old days when mom used to cook and we used to eat licking our fingers.

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