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Friday, August 13, 2010

CHAYOTE SUKHI BHAJI


INGREDIENTS:

Chayote(chow-chow) - 3
Cumin seeds - 1 tsp.
Turmeric powder - 1/4 tsp.
Tomato- 1
Sambhar powder - 1 tablespoon
Dhania powder - 1 tablespoon
Garam masala - 1 tsp.
Oil - 1 tablespoon
Salt - as per taste
Chopped coriander leaves - 1 tablespoon

METHOD:

Chop chayotes. Puree the tomato.

Heat oil, temper with cumin seeds and turmeric powder. Pour in the tomato puree. Saute for 3 minutes. Add chopped chayote, sambhar powder, dhania powder and salt. Sprinkle water and cook covered, till crunchy( Should be crunchy and not mushy). Take off the lid and add garam masala. Garnish with coriander leaves. Tastes heavenly with phulkas, pooris, rotis and theplas.Can also be had as a side dish for south-indian meals.

22 comments :

  1. Shanthi I usually use sambhar powder or any podi on hand with our everyday karis if I am bored with the usual thadka. Raja used to make fun of me..now I will show him that you do so too..thanks for the company...great minds think alike,,appdinnu alakka poaraen:)

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  2. this veggies sounds new to me but looks delicious sabzi...

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  3. nice sabji madam....i too can join with u and lata madam for using sambar powder very often for most hurry cooking...

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  4. Lovely clicks and a great recipe. Love to cook Cow-chow, and this seems good.

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  5. lovely chow chow Bhaji dry curry, looks very delicious with all the masalas.

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  6. nothing tastes divine like a chow chow. i love it so much, bought 3 chow chows for 30rs and had a major share of it as my son and hus are not so fond of it

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  7. looks yumm..I make chow chow kootu adding a little curry powder for the spicy taste

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  8. I also feel the same...Sambar pow is really handy in my kitchen too. Very tempting click
    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  9. Nice click.... simple dish to have with rice.

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  10. looks yummy n nice click..iwill try it

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  11. Oh this addition of sambhar powder is the secret of this dish.. yummy it looks. will surely try it out :)

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  12. wow beautiful clicks Shanti ji ... I think I should also try using sambhar powder

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  13. wow, that is beautiful, I am loving the color of the sabzi :)

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  14. this is a new dish to me....Looks very tasty...

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  15. Thats a quick and easy subzi....lovely

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    Wonderful dish. Looks spicy and yummy.

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  17. What a colourful lovely dish! I have been using chow-chow for saku and kootu. This is nice.

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