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April 2, 2010

Cabbage & Carrot Curry - North Indian Style



This dry curry goes well with rotis/chapathis.

Ingredients:
Sliced Onion - 1 cup
Chopped Cabbage - 2 cups
Carrot - 1
Tomato - 1
Garlic - 2 pods
Green chilli - 1 (or as required)
Salt
Kitchen King Masala - 1 tsp
Garam Masala - 1 tsp
Oil- 1.5 tbsp
Jeera - 1 tsp



Method:
Heat oil in a pan. Crackle jeera.
Add garlic, green chilli, onion and fry till onion turns soft.
Add cabbage and grated carrot.
Add salt and masala powders.
When cabbage is 3/4th done, add chopped tomato and stir.
Fry till tomato turns soft.
Garnish with coriander leaves and serve with rotis or chapathis.

I am going to be very busy with some personal work for a few months. So I will not be able to visit your blogs and comment. I will try to post recipes as often as I can.

29 comments:

  1. Looking to the pic i am getting hungry. Take your time, your family, work etc comes first. Blog can wait.

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  2. The colors are so pleasing to the eye.

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  3. Wow very tempting pictures mahima ..... love to prepare this soon ....

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  4. Such a delicious curry, looks yumm!

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  5. Lovely easy recipe looks awesome and nice combination of colours. lovely click too.

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  6. my kinda of comforting dish with curd rice..yummy yum yum:)

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  7. The photos are eye catching. thanks a lot. will try this recipe.

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  8. Wow colorful pic...wata click! hubby usually prefers gravy for rotis but guess can try this for stuffing parathas!

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  9. i would love to eat this as salad...looks delicious..

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  10. The dish looks so colourful and nutritious . Mahimma we will wait for your recipes...

    Deepa
    http://hamareerasoi.blogspot.com/

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  11. woww..simpleand delicious recipe.... happy easter.. :)

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  12. wow! it looks different and yet good!

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  13. hi nice yummy dish with awesome click..

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  14. This is one of my favroties for rotis.Lovely clicks .

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  15. Great side to include these veggies and wud be nice with rotis,feel like making now and eat ;)

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  16. Very colorful and inviting curry !

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  17. Very delicious and colourful dish..

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  18. Nice comfort food recipe...will try this out..

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  19. Awesome recipe ..thanks for sharing ...... Happy Easter!! :)

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  20. curry looks good Mahimaa.. Goodluck with your move..

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  21. I have an award waiting for u in my blog...please accept it Mahima..
    Smitha
    http://smithasspicyflavors.blogspot.com/

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  22. Beautiful click, and yummy entry!!

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  23. delicious comfort recipe.....nice picture...i couldn't make comment on lemon rasam

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  24. I had been looking for a cabbage recipe that would go with rotis, and found this one. Thanks! I tried it and it comes out watery. Yours looks pretty dry and nice. Any tips for how to get a dry subzi? - Thanks Vandana

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  25. hi,

    you would have probably added salt in the end which makes the curry watery. add it right after adding cabbage.

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  26. Very nice recipe! Thanks for sharing

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  27. hi mahima,
    Can u post some dry subzi involving cauliflower? i have a gobi sitting in the fridge..Pls..
    Thanks
    Sandhya

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