MIXED VEGETABLE KURMA

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Hi friends, Today I posting Kurma... Yes! vegetable kurma is most authentic and which is so opted for roti, poori and hot rice... This gives very flavorful and good taste...N this is our family favorite kurma...

INTRODUCTION
Kurma or korma which is derived from Turkish word, and it is Mughalai cuisine and it can be made with yogurt, cream, nuts and seed paste or coconut.

BENEFITS

  • Carrot and Bell pepper benefits discussed in Vegetable Fried Rice using Normal Rice.
  • Cauliflower
    • It contains Anti-Oxidants, Anti-Inflammation
    • Contains Calcium
    • Prevents cancer
    • Better digestion
    • Vitamin B
    • It contains allicin, which is reduce the occurrence of stroke and heart diseases.
  • Tomato
    • Prevents prostate cancer
    • Contains lycopene as Anti-Oxidant
    • Weight control 
    • Contains Vitamin-C which is increase immunity 
    • Rich in Calcium and Vitamin-D, so cure Osteoporosis in older people.
  • Garlic
    • Anti-viral and Anti-bacterial property
    • Regulated blood sugar by increasing the release of Insulin
    • Reduce High Blood Pressure and High Cholesterol
    • Reliefs Toothaches 
  • Ginger
    • Effective against Ovarian and Colon cancer
    • Relief from Morning sickness
    • Reduce pain and inflammation 
    • Heartburn relief
    • Cold and Flu prevention
    • Menstrual cramp relief
    • helps to cure kidney damange (Diabetic Nephropathy)
  • Shallots
    • Low in calories, fats and potassium
    • Rich in Vitamin-A
    • Relief stomach infections
    • Aids brain function
  • Coconut
    • Contains lauric acid helps fight bacteria from intestinal parasite and wards off countless infection ranging from HIV to the common cold.
    • Helps kidney and bladder to maintain proper function
    • Fight against gas, constipation, ulcer, digestive and stomach ailments
    • Reduce epileptic seizures and symptoms related to pancreatic disorders
  • Poppy seeds
    • Contains Vitamin-A,C,E,K and B-Complex
    • Contains minerals like Sodium, Potassium, Iron, Calcium, Copper, Magnesium, Manganese and Zinc.



Availability
World Wide
Category
Gravies/Kurma
Regional
South Asian
Preparation Time
5 Minutes
Cooking Time
25 Minutes
Servings
4











INGREDIENTS
Oil - 3 Tsp
Fennel seeds - 1 Tsp
Mustard and urad dal - 2 tsp
Onion - 1 chopped
Carrot Medium - 2 chopped lengthwise
Cauliflower Medium - 1 cup florets
Green bell pepper - 1 chopped lengthwise
Chilli Powder - 1 Tsp
Coriander powder - 2 Tsp
Curry masal powder - 1 Tsp
Salt - to taste
Water - as required for kurma

To Grind
Oil - 1 Tsp
Fennel seeds - 1 Tsp
Shallots - 15
Garlic - 6-7 pods
Ginger - 1" Inch
Tomato - 2 chopped
Green chillies - 2
Coconut flakes - 10-12
Poppy Seeds(Roasted n ground) - 2 Tsp




TO GRIND





























METHOD
  • First fry all the items under the grind column except coconut and switch off the flame then add coconut mix well.



















Forgot to add chillies 



  • Cool the mixture and grind it little water.




















  • Before proceed with tempering put all the vegetable in MW proof Bowl with water and salt cook in MW for 5-7 Minutes (Optional).




















  • Heat oil in a pan add fennel seeds and mustard urad dal seeds wait it for splutter.



No images after this step... Somehow I lost the pictures:-(
sorry dears...




  • Next add Onion fry well then add the cooked vegetable mixture fry for 1 minute or if you using raw vegetables fry for 5-6 minutes.
  • Add chilli powder, coriander powder and curry masal powder with salt fry for 3 minutes.
  • Next add the ground paste to the mixture with required water cover with lid and cook it for 10-15 minutes.
  • Switch off the flame and garnish with coriander leaves.
  • Serve hot with chapathi, poori and rice.




YUMMY KURMA IS READY WITH CHAPATHI!!!
HAVE IT DEARS!!!


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30 comments:

  1. nice post viji.. love it anytime with parota..

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  2. Lovely kurma. very inviting dear. Awesome clicks.

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  4. NnICE YUMMY kURMA... THANKS FOR LINKING TO THE EVENT !! :)

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  5. Healthy Kurma. Love the detailed explanation with pictures.

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  6. Delicious and flavorful kurma!! And thanks for the award - it is so sweet of you to share it with me:)
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  7. Korma is looking very colourful.......

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  8. Super looking kuruma. nice photos too. yummy!

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  9. Inviting kurma,excellent side dish for anything.

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  10. Inviting and delicious kurma!.Slurp!!

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  11. வாவ்...சூப்பர்ப் குருமா...ரெஸிப்பிக்கு முன்பு அதனுடைய சத்துகள் மற்றும் அவசியத்தினை சொல்வது சூப்பர்ப்...வாழ்த்துகள்..

    மைக்ரோவேவ் கைபிடி பின்னல் நீங்க செய்ததா...நல்லா இருக்கு..

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  12. oh wow....Absolutely love this post viji:) Thanks for sharing all those info and this is my fav kurma:)
    Feel like having it now:)))Kandippa intha weekend enga veetula kurma than;)

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  13. yummy side dish for rotis, looks delicious and tempting.

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  14. Well made and well flavored curry Viji :) btw adhena phone pakathula..ungalodadha?? Orae kalakal dhana :) And nice stepwise explanation dear :) Very informative post too!!
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  15. Very detailed post.. kurma looks awesome..:)
    Reva

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  16. hi vijaya, thanks for coming over. glad to know you. delicious looking veggies kurma...have a nice day

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  17. i love vegetable kurma a lot viji. i too make as yours dear.

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  18. Viji, your version of mixed vegetable kuruma looks delicious. perfect Thanks for sharing the Favorite recipes event: Vegetarian recipes

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  19. Looks so yummy.. thnx for linking it up to my event

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  20. Very nice kurma and very detailed stepwise pictures, it's very useful.
    Please tell the onion and tomotto in grams and coconut in grams or cup measure.

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    1. Hi thanks for your comment... :)
      Onion - 50grams
      tomatoes - 100 grams
      coconut - 50 grams or 3 tbsp.

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  21. Thankyou mam for your reply thankyou so much. It's very useful for me.

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