Saturday, June 4, 2011



Vegetables(carrot, beans, peas, cauliflower)       1cup
Onion            2 no
Tomato         1 no
Turmeric powder   a pinch
Cinnamon      1/2" piece
Cloves          2 no
Ginger          1/2"piece
Garlic           1 no
Coconut        1/4 cup
Khus khus      1 tbsp
Salt             to taste
Curry leaves        few
Oil                 4-5 tbsp
To grind:
Green chillies     4-5
Sombu              2 tsp
Jeera                1 tsp
(Saute these 3 items in a tbsp of oil and grind to smooth paste along with ginger and garlic)
Grind coconut and khus khus to smooth paste.
Heat oil in kadai and add whole maslas.Then put onion and curry leaves.
Saute till the onions are soft. Add tomatoes and turmeric powder,saute till tomatoes are soft.
Then add the ground masala and fry for about 3 mins.
Add chopped vegetables and saute well for about 5 mins in medium flame.
Add enough water and salt. Cook till the vegetables are soft.
Add coconut paste and leave to cook till raw smell of coconut goes.
Garnish with coriander leaves.
Serve for rice, chapathi, idli, dosa, puri or any indian bread.


  1. The kurma is awesome. I have not tried "frying the spices and grinding it" method. It sounds delicious... must try it sometime..:) Supero super..

  2. I'll happily have this kurma with some rice, beautiful and delicious..

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  4. Love kuruma .. I just posted one in my blog too .. perfect with rice or rotis.

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