Thursday, November 20, 2014

Gobi Mutter Curry

Gobi Mutter Curry is a much known yummy side dish. Few more which fall in the same category are aloo mutter, aloo gobi & many more combo's that are irresistibly good. Coming to the below recipe, I'm sharing a " No Onion No Garlic" & taste's as delicious as the original one with onion & garlic. This curry is mildly spiced & also cooked to perfection in one pot. Enjoy this simple side dish!!!
For this month's Blogging Marathon I'm are starting with "No Onion No Garlic". Enjoy these yummy dishes. To know what my other friends are cooking, check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM# 46
Prep Time-10mins
Cook Time-30mins
Serves-2People
Pairs well with rice, roti & naan or serve it as you like.
Ingredients
2Tbs oil
1Tsp Jeera/cumin
2Bay leaves
1Inch piece cinnamon
2Tsp chopped ginger
4Green chili's
3Tomatoes chopped
2Cup gobi pieces
1/2Cup green peas
Salt to taste
1&1/2Tsp coriander cumin powder
1/4Tsp turmeric
1Tsp chili powder
1/2Cup curd {optional}
1/4Cup chopped cilantro leaves
Directions 
- Heat pan with oil. Add bay leaves, cumin & cinnamon to pan. Fry them till jeera turns light brown.
- Add in ginger to pan along with green chili's & tomatoes.
- Next add in gobi pieces & green peas to pan. Mix them & cook on a low heat for few seconds.
- Add in coriander cumin powder, turmeric, salt & chili powder.
- Close pan with a lid & cook on low heat for 15mins.
- Add in curd & cook on low heat. Adjust salt & chili powder if needed.
- Garnish with coriander & switch off heat.
- Serve warm & enjoy.
Note
- You can mix & match the veggies.
- Adding curd is totally optional.
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