Aug 8, 2008

Vegetable Kurma

Kurma is a coconut based gravy served
with Chappathis and Rotis in South India.
My son prefers veg gravies most of the time and
so vegetable kurma features in our home often.
Ingredients
Chopped veg - 2 cups
( carrots , potatoes , peas , cauliflower )
shallots - 8
Garlic - 6
Green chillies - 8
Ginger - 1 " piece
Coconut milk - 1/2 cup
Tomatoes - 2
Coriander powder - 1 tsp
Cashew - 10
Ghee - 1 tsp
Salt to taste
To Grind
Coconut - 1/2 cup
Poppy seeds - 1 tsp
Method
  • Heat oil in a kadai . Saute shallots , ginger , garlic , green chillies and cashew.
  • Cool down and grind it to a nice paste.
  • Now heat the ghee in the pressure cooker,Saute the grinded shallots paste well.
  • Add chopped tomatoes . Saute well till soft . Now add the chopped vegetables.
  • Now pour the coconut milk and add coriander powder and salt . Close the lid of the cooker .
  • Cook it for 2 whistles and switch off the cooker.
  • Open the cooker after the pressure releases and add the coconut - poppy seeds paste.
  • Cook it in medium flame till the desired consistency.

Serve with Chappathis.

Note

Since both coconut milk and coconut paste are added

add more chillies according to your taste . I have used

less chillies for my kids.

This is my another entry to Srivalli's Curry Mela.

12 comments:

Cham said...

This stew is very tasty with roti :) My husb loves Coconut a lot so i make once in a week ... Tasty & delicious curry

Suma Rajesh said...

kurma looks tempting with those chappatis...not only ur son me to drooling over here.

Laavanya said...

I love this coconutty south indian style kurma a lot. Looks great.

Uma said...

definitely a delicious kurma! Looks so lovely.

Lavi said...

with coconut milk, it should have been tasty...i use coconut scraps and pottu kadalai(udaicha kadalai), pattai,lavang,sombu,kasakasa and a green chilli as the grinding paste.

Srivalli said...

Kamala..that korma looks excellent...not to mention those rotis..they look so soft and nice..thanks for the nice entry..tell harish he has excellent taste!

priar's, said...

Hi kamala,
kurma looks mouth watering...This is my all time fave.

vandana rajesh said...

Gr8 Kurma. It definitely goes very well with anything chapati, appams, idiappams or even rice. Thks for sharing the recipe.

homecooked said...

The kurma looks delicious! it has got that nice white colour!

easycrafts said...

Creamy kurma hmmmm.mouthwatering

SpicyTasty said...

Nice photos. Veg kurma looks good and yummy.

Divya Vikram said...

Amma makes it the same way..I have never tried this.