Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Chick Peas Kuruma



















Chick Peas is rich in protein.So,every week I use to make anything dishes using this chick peas.Its a very yummy gravy which I like most.

You can any king of mixed vegetables like zucchini,beetroot,cauliflower ect.It can be very good with rotis,naans,puries & also for rice.But just make a spicy sidedish when you serve with rice.


Ingredients:

1 cup Chick peas(soaked for atleast 7-8 hours & pressure cookered till soft)
1/2 cup Beans
1/2 cup Carrot
3 Potato ( Cooked & sliced into two)
2 tbsps Poppy seeds paste
1/2 tsp Garam Masala
1/2 tsp Fennel seeds
1 Large Onions
3 Medium size Tomato
4 Green chillies
1 tsp Corinder powder
1/2 Chilli powder
1 1/2 tsps Ginger-garlic paste
1/2 tsp Turmeric powder
4 tbsps Coconut paste

2 tbsps Yogurt
Oil
Salt for taste
Corinder leaves for garnising

Method:

1. Pre-heat the oil in a kadai & spultter the fennel seeds.Add the chopped onion & fry till slight golden brown.

2. Add the ginger-garlic paste cook for 5-6 mts.Add the chopped tomato,salt & turmeric powder & fry for 7-8 mts.

3. Now, add the garam masala,poppy seeds paste,corinder powder,chilli powder & add all the cut vegetables.




















4. Cook for 7-8 mts & add the cooked chick peas & 1 cup water.Close the kadai & cook the garvy for 10 mts.

5. Finally add the coconut paste & yogurt cook for next 6-7 mts.Garnish with coriander leaves.

6. Chick peas kuruma is ready serve hot with Roti,Puri,Naan & Rice.


9 comments:

Menu Today said...

Hi Deepa,
Your "Chick pea" kuruma looks yummy!!! Thanks for sharing.

Ashwini said...

Hi Deepa, welcome to blog world...looks like you have hit the ground running!
The kurma looks great.
Btw I looove Schaumburg, used to stay there :-)

maneka nirmal said...

hey deepa..

thanks for ur comments in my blog....u have a very good blog out here...i'll come back again...

Monisha said...

Hi Deepa -
You're absolutely right ! Chickpeas is a wonderful way to add protein to one'e diet and this Korma looks delicious.

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Prema Sundar said...

Hi Deepa,
chick pea kurma looks delicious...sure nutritious too.

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Foodie's Hope said...

Wonderful looking Kurma!! Yummy!! Thanks for sharing!!

Bhargavi said...

Wow.....ur kurma recipe looks so yummy!! I love chick peas curry (Aloo chole) with puri...awesome combination!

 
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