Veg Dishes

Shaam Savera

The name of this dish simply means “dark evening and bright morning” in hindi. If you look at the color combination ,You can make some sense out of it. It’s basically a palak coated paneer Kofta served in a bed of red tomato gravy. It’s quite a different dish you can serve for your distinguished guests. Other than making koftas and cutting them into two equal parts, there’s not much of technicality involved in the cooking process.
I was too excited to see the result and was enjoying the curiosity this dish brought to my guest’s mind.

Cuisine : Indian
Source : Sanjeev Kapoor
Serves : 6
Palak leaves/spinach : 1 kg
Paneer : 250 gms
garam masala : 2 pinches
garlic : 6 single pieces crushed
red chilli powder : 1 tspn
Besan/ chick pea flour : 1 tbspn
corn flour : for rolling the kababs in it ( use enough to roll in a flat plate )
For gravy
Tomatos : 5 big
Green chillies : 2
Ginger garlic paste : 1 tspn
cumin powder : 1 tspn
Fresh cream : 2 tbspn

1. Wash the spinach leaves in running water thoroughly. Now add them to boiling water for 5 minutes. Take them out and wash again in ice-cold water.Now chop them roughly.
2. Add 2 tbspn oil in a kadai and add crushed garlic into it. Now add red chilli powder ,besan and salt . Saute for few seconds and then add the chopped spinach leaves. Mix thoroughly. Leave it for cooling.Squeeze out all the water using your clean hands. 🙂
3. Crush the paneer/Cottage cheese with your hands and add some garam masalas in to it. Now make small balls of paneer using your hands.
4. To make koftas, spread some palak onto your palm and place a paneer ball on top. Now cover with palak and press gently to make a ball. Refer the pic below to understand this procedure.
5. Now roll the koftas in cornflour in a flat plate.          6. Deep fry these koftas in hot oil and after cooling,cut into two equal parts
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  1. Now arrange them in the bed of tomato gravy before seving.
    For gravy
  2. Grind tomatoes in a mixie to form a paste.
  3. Heat some oil in a small pan and add crushed garlic to it. Add red chilli powder and cumin powder and saute for few seconds. Now add the tomato juice into it and mix well. Cook for 3 to 4 minutes. You may add some fresh cream to get a richer gravy.

1. Incase your koftas are breaking while you deep fry them, add more cornflour , by rolling it once again in cornflour.You may even add some more besan in the palak mix too.

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Okay, now I’m gonna thrill your taste buds with this heavenly combo of sweet,salt, spice and tangy side dish which is called Puly inji. Inji is the name for ginger in malayalam and puli means sourness. It’s a typical Kerala traditional dish which is served on traditional Sadya,feast. It’s my personal favourite as it kind of represents a bit of myself in nature. You may add some more flavours to it like….bitterness. 😉 (Only at times ,not always).
It’s the best way to pickle your ginger to a day when you need something unusual and heavenly to boost up your taste buds and senses. Goes very well with rice,but trust me, I love it as a dip to my parattas and rotis too.

Planning to surprise your family with Kerala vegeterian dishes or even Sadya? Then my other posts on Sambar , Avial , Koottu curry, Pachadi, Parippu curry,Puli inji and Payasam will do the magic for you!:)
Ginger -finely chopped – 2 tbsp full
green chilly – finely chopped – 1
red chilly powder – 1/2 tsp
curry leaves – 1 strand
oil- 1 tbsp
salt – to taste
tamarind pulp – 1 tbsp
Jaggery – one block/2 to 3 tbsp if melted in some water.

1.Heat some oil in a small pan and add ginger and green chillies into it. Saute till the colour of ginger turns brown. Add red chilly powder and saute for few seconds. Now add the tamarind pulp and bring it to a boil. Slowly add the jaggery which is already melted in some water into the pan and mix very well.
2. Add salt to taste and mix well.
3. Balance the salt,sweetness and sourness according to your requirement by adding the appropriate quantities of salt,jaggery and tamarind.
4. Crackle mustard seeds in 1/2 a teaspoon of oil and add curry leaves too. This would be a good tadka for the dish. Pour it over the dish.

Planning to surprise your family with Kerala vegeterian dishes or even Sadya? Then my other posts on Sambar , Avial , Koottu curry, Pachadi, Parippu curry,Puli inji and Payasam will do the magic for you!:)

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Avial ( Mixed vegetable in yogurt and ground coconut)

Mythology behind this dish
It is supposed to have been invented by Bhima (one of the Pandava brothers) during their exile. According to the legend, when Ballav (Bhima’s name during this time) assumed his duties as the cook in the kitchen of Virata, he did not know how to cook. One of the first things he did was to chop up many different vegetables, boil them together and top the dish with grated coconut. There are mythological variations. Bheema is said to have prepared Avial, when there were unexpected guests for King Virata and he needed to serve meals for them. There was no sufficient vegetables to cook any single recipe for side dish, so Bheema used what ever available vegetables to make a new dish, which came to know as Avial.

Another narrative version relates to the attempt made by Kauravas to kill Bhima. After poisoning Bhima, Kauravas tied Bhima and threw him to water. Kauravas also communicated that they saw Bhima drowning in water. With the completion of the days of mourning, a funeral feast was planned and preparation were underway. Unexpectedly, Bhima emerged from the water, rescued by the Nagas. With this, preparations for the feast was cancelled. However, Bhima was unhappy with this decision, and decided to mix all of the vegetables to prepare a new dish, that later became popular as Avial. Another myth that in the kingdom of thiruvithankor in Kerala there was a great fest held by the king. Every one in the kingdom came to eat so there was a shortage of curry to be served. But in the kitchen also stocks were less so when the king visited the kitchen he found that a lot of vegetables were wasted when they were peeled . The king ordered the cook to make a curry with this along with some other ingredients so Avial was born. -Wikipedia.

Avial is an essential part of Kerala sadya, vegeterian feast. North keralites even add a piece of bitter gourd into this dish and wonderfuly cover up the bitterness with other ingredients. The final taste of Avial is just heavenly.
My plate with Avial as a side dish is added here. 🙂

Planning to surprise your family with Kerala vegeterian dishes or even Sadya? Then my other posts on Sambar , Avial , Koottu curry, Pachadi, Parippu curry,Puli inji and Payasam will do the magic for you!:)
How to cook Avial?
Raw plantain – 1
elephant foot vegetable/yam – few pieces
carrot – 1 french beans – 10 nos
Drum sticks – 2 nos
Ash gourd pieces – 100 gms
bitter gourd – 2 finger shaped pieces only
sour curd – 1 cup
freshly grated coconut – 1 cup
cumin seeds – 1 tsp
green chillies – 2
coconut oil – 2 tbsp
curry leaves – 2 strands
turmeric powder – one pinch
salt – to taste
garlic – 2 to 3 pods (optional)
1. Cook all the veggies together in a big pan/kadai after adding one cup water ,turmeric powder and salt .Grind coconut,green chillies and cumin to a coarse paste using curd and keep aside.
2. Once the veggies are cooked, make a dip in the middle as shown in the pic and add bruised garlic to it. Boil for 2 minutes.
3. Now add the coconut paste into the dip and slowly mix it with the boiled vceggies using a spoon. Make sure the coconut paste is mixed very well with the veggies.Check the sourness. If you need more, add more curd.Cook for 2 to 3 minutes with stirring occassionaly.
4. Switch off the flame and pour coconut oil ( preferably virgin oil) on top of the avial which is ready now. Add curry leaves. Mix gently and leave it covered for another few minutes for the aroma to set in.
Serve with rice and sambar.

Planning to surprise your family with Kerala vegeterian dishes or even Sadya? Then my other posts on Sambar , Avial , Koottu curry, Pachadi, Parippu curry,Puli inji and Payasam will do the magic for you!:)

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Sambar Varutharachathu ( With added aroma of roasted coconut )

Sambar is the most famous vegetable gravy of South India. I ‘ve tasted many different flavours of this one dish from different parts of the country. If it’s spicy ,tangy and slightly thick in Kerala, Karanataka has a mild sweet taste to it. Tamil Sambar tastes entirely different and Andhra Sambar is the spiciest. How ever differently it is flavoured, people just love it. I’ve met people from other states who thinks that Sambar , rice and Idli are the only food people eat in South India. Well, I would say, Sambar is so popular all over the country that it has reached every single state and people love it.And that’s what makes it so famous for people to think that this is the only food southies eat. (Lol) I would want other endless dishes of Kerala cuisine (veg &Non veg) also to reach the food lovers of this world.

As Rocky & Mayur from Food mad correctly said in their blog, Vada raha, South India has the largest variety of B’fast dishes in the country.I could see them enjoying the mouth-watering sea food and non veg varieties along with vegetarian dishes on my screen.I was happy about them finding out the flavourful delicious food and bringing it out to the public.
Here I’m making Sambar which has added aroma of roasted coconut in it. This is how Sambar is made in my place,Payyannur. Payyannur is a small beautiful coastal town with a lot to satisfy your food cravings. I wish I could take you there through my blog to give you a taste of it. I may not be able to cover up every dish in a single post and may take years to cover all of it. But I wish to make a beginning of it here.Stay tuned ! 🙂

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Tuvar dal/Yellow lentils – Cooked and mashed – 1 cup
freshly grated coconut – 1 cup
Baby onions – 1/2 cup
tomato – 1
Potato – 1
Ladies finger – 10 nos
bringal – 1 small
Carrot – 1 small
drum sticks – 1 or 2
( Any veggie of your choice can be used but these are the traditional choice . Please avoid using cauliflower or capsicum in Sambar as I would say it spoils the whole show )
Mustard seeds- 1 tea spoon
Fenugreek seeds – 1/4 teaspoon
Whole red chillies – 1 or 2
Curry leaves – 3 strands
tamarind pulp – 2 table spoon
turmeric pdr – 1/2 teaspoon
Red chilly pdr – 1 table spoon
coriander powder – 2 table spoon
asafoetida one pinch
oil – 2 to 3 table spoon
1.Add yellow lentils along with 2 to 3 cups of water, turmeric powder and a little salt in a cooker. Wait for 4 whistles. Once dal is cooked , mash it a little with the spoon.
2. In a small pan, heat 2 to 3 table spoon oil. Add fenugreek seeds and once the seeds turn brown quickly add half of the chopped onions. Once onions turn brown, add grated coconut to it and keep stirring till the coconut is deep dark brown. Now add all the masala powders to it and stir for another 3 minutes. Using whole masalas instead of powders will be a better option for better taste.
3. Now grind this roasted and fried masala to a fine paste in a mixie.
4. Add this masala into the nicely cut veggies in another pot/wok along with salt and tamarind pulp. Make sure the veggies are cooked well in this masala by adding required water and salt to taste.Add ladies finger and tomatoes to the pot only when potatoes are half-cooked as it will avoid over cooking of tender veggies.
5. Now add the mashed dal/lentils into this veggie masala and check for your preferred consistency.Use water to get the consistency you need.Add asafoetida at this stage and bring it to a boil. Cook on medium to low flame for 3 minutes stirring occasionally.
6. Sambar is ready. Now add some curry leaves and keep it covered.
7.Heat one table spoon oil in a small pan and add mustard seeds,whole ed chillies and curry leaves to it. Make sure that he mustards crack fully to release the amino acids present in them. Add this seasoning on top of the sambar.
Enjoy with rice, idly or Dosa.

Planning to surprise your family with Kerala vegeterian dishes or even Sadya? Then my other posts on Sambar , Avial , Koottu curry, Pachadi, Parippu curry,Puli inji and Payasam will do the magic for you!:)

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Koottu curry

Koottu curry is one of the delicious spread of Kerala Sadya, feast. This dish is so well-balanced that your need for proteins, fibre and vitamins are completely taken care off. This beautiful dish is a combination of bengal gram and vegetables like elephant gourd,raw plantain and white gourd. The masala is mildly spiced with black pepper and to balance the spicy heat, cool coconut and cumin mixture is used in the gravy. Koottu curry is neither dry nor too wet in texture. This dish is a great combination for rice and even rotis. I’m sure, once you taste it, the flavour will linger on your tongue as well as mind.So here I’m gonna explain how this wonderful dish has to be prepared.

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Bengal gram – 150 gms
raw plantain/raw banana – 1 nos
Elephant gourd – 1 cup chopped pieces
white gourd – 1/2 cup chopped pieces (optional)
freshly grated coconut – 1 cup
cumin seeds – 1 tbsp
black pepper powder – 1 tbsp
red chilli pdr – 1 tsp
turmeric pdr – 1/2 tsp
curry leaves – 2 strands
mustard seeds – 1 tsp
whole red chillies – 2
oil – 1 tbsp
1. Soak bengal grams over night or for at least 6 hours . Boil black grams in 2 to 3 cups of water in a cooker along with salt, red chilly powder,black pepper powder and salt.(6 to 7 whistles )
2. Grind coconut and cumin seeds to a fine paste using mixie.
3. Add this coconut paste to the boiled grams. You may remove some water from bengal gram before you add the paste to it. This is optional. Depends completely on the consistency you prefer. Koottu curry is a thick semi gravy.
4. Mix the paste thoroughly with the boiled grams and cook on medium heat for 5 to 6 minutes stirring occasionaly.Switch off the flame.
5. Heat 1 tbsp oil in a small pan and crackle mustard seeds ,curry leaves and red chillies in it.Add this seasoning to the gravy which is ready in the cooker.One table spoon coconut fried to dark brown in the same oil along with other seasonings will add extra aroma and flavour to the dish.
Enjoy with rice!

1. boil elephant gourd pieces separately and throw the water .It would be safe to add the cooked pieces to the cooked grams in the later part of cooking.

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Mushroom Chettinadu (Mushrooms in spicy gravy) South Indian

Today I am so happy and relaxed as i’ve learned quite a few things about blogging. Last few days, I’ve been struggling to learn the art of blogging .As a novice blogger, I was lost at many places,with no one around to ask help for. Most of the time, when I want to publish a post,my family is out for their work &school. I would feel terrible without help to solve the issue but Google always was beside me, helping me to find a way out.Love you Google! muah!!!
Today, I got some nice mushrooms in my kitchen. My friends have been asking me for some nice south Indian vegetarian recipes. So, i decided to make Chettinadu Mushroom masala for dinner.

My choosy teenager Adi also loved it. Well, that gives me a lot of confidence to post the recipe here.


Oil – 4 to 5 tbsp
freshly grated coconut – 1 cup
green cardmoms – 3 nos
cloves – 3 nos
poppy seeds – 2 tbsp
cashew nuts – 10 nos
whole red chillies – 3 ( upto u)
coriander seeds – 2 tbsp
fennel seeds- 1 tsp
cumin seeds – 1 tsp
Onion – 1 big
tomatoes – 1 medium size
Ginger – 1 inch( minced)
chopped garlic – 1 tsp
curry leaves- 1 strand
turmeric pdr – 1 pinch
salt – to taste
Mushrooms – 200 gm ( Cut into 4 equal piece)
Mustard seeds – 1/2 tsp

Soak cashew nuts and poppy seeds in water for 20 minutes.
First You have to make a dry roasted masala.
1. Add 2 tbsp oil in a pan. Add cardamoms and cloves into the oil.Add whole coriander,cumin seeds,fennel seeds,red chillies and freshly grated coconut into the pan and roast for 7 to 8 minutes on medium flame.
2. Transfer the above masala into a mixie along with cashew nuts ,ginger and poppy seeds. Grind to a fine smooth paste.Keep aside.
3.Add some oil in a wok/kadai. Add finely chopped onions and garlic and saute till golden brown. Add tomatoes, turmeric and some red chilli powder into the kadai. Saute for 2 minutes. Now add the roasted and ground masala into the kadai. Saute for 4 minutes. Add the washed and cut mushrooms and salt into it. Mix gently and saute on high flame for 3 minutes. Now on low flame ,cover and cook for 10 minutes.Stir occasionaly.
5.Add water for your preferred consistency. Once the gravy is nice brown and aromatic, switch off the flame.
4. In a small pan, heat one tsp of oil and add mustard seeds and curry leave into it . Pour it over the gravy as seasoning.
Enjoy hot with any type of breads or rice.


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Shahi Paneer

Aarush, my younger son asked ” so mom, am i a prince?” .I just raised my eyebrows and looked at him in surprise. Then he explained, ” Mom, our hindi lesson has a character called Appukkuttan, a “shahi gaj ” which means royal elephant. If this dish is called Shahi paneer and it is made for me, then i should be a prince right? I loved the way he explained the whole story to me and the connection he made between his lesson and my food. I told him softly” Yeah baby, you are my prince.”
Okay, I’m back to the dish now. Shahi paneer is a Mughal dish cooked for royal blood.But these days, as we all think of ourselves as kings and queens of our own world,we have all the right to cook and eat this royal dish. 🙂 Let’s see how it’s prepared.
serves – 6
Prep time – 15 minutes
Paneer/ cottage cheese ( cut into cubes) – 350 gm
Cashew nut paste – 3 to 4 tbsp
Milk – 1 cup
Onion – 2 medium-sized
Tomato puree – 5 tbsp
Sugar – 1 tbsp
salt – to taste
ghee/ oil – 3 tbsp
Kasuri methi – 1 tsp ( Dried fenugreek leaves)
Kashmiri red chilli powder – 1 tsp
Green cardamom – 3
Black cardamom – 3
garam masala – 1 tsp
Ginger juliens – 2 tsp
Fresh cream – 1/2 cup (Optional)

1. Cut the onion into big pieces and boil in 2 cups of water. Drain and grind to a fine paste using mixie . Keep aside.
2. Heat some oil/ghee in a wok/kadai . Add the cardamoms and then the onion paste into the hot ghee and saute for 2 minutes. Now add the ginger juliens and tomato puree into the kadai and saute well. Add the red chilli powder followed by garam masla and saute till the time oil starts seperating.Add cashew paste. Now add some milk to get your preferred consistency of gravy.Add sugar and salt according to your taste.Mix well.
3. Now add the paneer cubes into the gravy and mix gently with spoon.
4. If you need a thinner consistency, add more milk instead of water for best results.Once the gravy comes to a boil ,switch off the flame.
5. Add Kasuri methi on top of the gravy. You may add fresh cream also if you need a richer gravy.

Serve hot with Naans or Kulchas. Enjoy!!!
1. Grind cashew nuts using milk in a mixie.
2. Ginger juliens should be very thin. If you are finding it difficult, grind ginger with tomato.

Thanks for dropping in ! Let me know your opinion about this dish here .

Veg Dishes

Crispy chilly honey potato (Restaurant style)

Hey friends, ever wondered the secret behind the crispy potato fingers served at restaurants?No big deal ya!
I’m gonna tell you that secret today. Keeping a secret safe with you always makes your heart feel heavier. And in my case, i’m already trying to lose weight. Can’t afford to make my mind also weigh more along with my body. That’s why i decided to share that secret with you. 😉

Serves 6

Prep time 20 mins
For making crispy potato fingers…..
Potato – 2 big
salt – to taste
All purpose flour/maida – 5 to 6 tbsp
cornflour- 5 to 6 tbsp
oil – for deep frying
1.In a flat plate, add maida, cornflour, 1/2 tsp salt and 1 tsp oil. Mix gently with your fingers until the oil is mixed evenly with the flour.Keep aside.
2. Cut the potatoes into lond finger shapes.Boil some water in a pan. After switching of the flame, immerse these potato fingers in that water. Keep for not more than 4 minutes. Drain the water and throw some cool running water on the potato fingers. Drain again but let some moisture remain.
3. Mix these washed potatoes in the flour mixture. Refer to step 1 and the pic given below to see the mixed flour.
4. Deep fry the flour coated potatoes .Half cooking should be kept in mind as thee potatoes will again be re fried.
5. Mix maida, cornflour and salt into a semi watery batter. Once the half fried potatoes are cool enough, dip them into this batter and deep fry once more.Now, the colour of the potatoes should be golden brown as given in the pic below.
Now, let’s go ahead and turn them into cripy chilli honey potato. For that, first we’ve to make a sauce for it.
For sauce
soya sauce – 1 tbsp
tomato sauce – 1 tbsp
Honey – 1 tbsp
salt – to taste
Green chillies chopped – 2
ginger garlic paste – 1 tbsp
Red chilly pdr- 1/2 tsp
Minced garlic – 1 tsp
Spring onions – 1 strand

  1. Heat 1 tbsp oil in a pan. Add some chopped green chillies, ginger garlic auce, red chilly pdr, minced garlic. Saute for few seconds
  2. Now add soya sauce and tomato sauce. Mix well in low heat.Add the thickener and mix well.
  3. After switching off the flame, add 1 tbsp honey to it. Mix gently.Check the salt.
  4. Sauce is ready. Be patient and allow the sauce to cool dow a bit .( Important )
  5. Now add the fried crispy potato fingers which are already ready into the sauce and mix well.
  6. Add chopped pring onions/ coriander leave and mix.
    honey potatoes
  7. Serve hot as a starter. Enjoy! 🙂
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This dish is slightly tangy,salty and spicy.I’m sure if the yoga guru, Baba Ramdev reads my blog here, he would definitely talk about this recipe to his followers in the next Satsang meeting. 😀 His favourite veg lokki/Ash gourd is used here in this recipe.Need less to mention about the health benefits of this veg.It’s a wonder how we transform this bland veg into a great dish through this recipe.It’s the most preferred dish of my maternal family and yes, a personal favourite of mine too.Recipe is given below.
Serves 6
prep time 15 to 20 mnts
Ash gourd/Lokki – one soup bowl full ( diced)
Raw banana – 1/2 cup (diced)
Freshly grated coconut – 1 cup
curd ( sour) – 1 1/2 cup
cumin seeds 1 tsp
green chillies – 2 to 3
fenugreek seeds – 5 nos
mustard seeds – 1 tspn
curry leaves – 2 strands
whole red chilly – 2 nos
turmeric pdr – 1/2 tsp
salt – to taste
1. In a pressure cooker, add the ash gourd and raw banana along with 2 cups of water. Add turmeric pdr and salt . Cook for 3 whistles
2. Grind coconut , cumin seeds and green chillies into a fine paste using curd. If the curd is too sour , do not add the whole curd at one go.You may use some water instead.
3. Add the ground paste into the cooker on top of the cooked veggies and stir continuously. Do not stop stirring as it may lead to separation of curd.Once it comes to a boil, cook on high heat for 2 minutes. Switch off the flame.
4. Now it’s time for the seasoning.Crackle mustard seeds, fenu greek seeds and red chillies in a tbsp of oil. Add curry leaves also.
5. Pour the seasoning over the pulissery and mix gently.
Serve with plain rice and papad.

Veg Dishes

Sweet corn Capsicum gravy

Pink cheeks of babies declare the onset of winter every year.Woollen caps and cardigans are out. Sweet corn and Capsicum are at their best in this season. Why not try out a simple dish which is not time-consuming and allows you to have a chit-chat with your family at the end of a busy working day.I made this dish for dinner today and even my carnivorous sweetheart, Adi also asked for a second helping at the dinner table. “Now that’s quite an achievement for the day Sari” ,I patted my shoulders. 😉
Here’s the recipe for you.
Onion – 1 big chopped
tomato – i big chopped
ginger-garlic- green chilli paste  -1 tbsp
cumin powder – 1 tsp
coriander pdr – 1 tsp
red chilli pdr – 1 tsp
sweet corn – 2 cups
green capsicum- 1 big diced
kasuri methi – 2 pinch
fresh cream – 1/2 cup (optional)
oil- 4 tbp
1. Heat 3 tbsp oil in a pressure cooker. Add onion and saute till it turns pink. Add ginger-garlic-green chilli paste and saute on slow heat for 2 minute. Now add the chopped tomatoes and cook for 1 to 2 minutes. Add the cumin, coriander and red chilli powder to it and saute well.Add 1/2 cup water into the cooker. Cover the lid and wait for 3 whistles. Switch off the flame.
2. Once the lid is opened, grind this masala into a fine paste in a mixie or blender.Keep aside. ( This is a gravy which can be used for cooking any vegetables of your choice).
3. Heat 1 tbsp oil in a wok/kadai and add some ginger-garlic paste to it. Add turmeric powder and saute for a minute.Now add the sweet corn and capsicum long with salt to taste. Saute for 2 to 3 minutes on high flame followed by 6 minutes of cooking on slow flame.
4. Now pour the ground masala/gravy into the kadai over the cooked veggies and mix very well. Add kasuri methi and mix well. Do not cook once you add kasuri methi.
5. Add fresh cream to the gravy and mix gently. (optional)
6. Enjoy this gravy with your butter naan, kulcha or even rotis.