Thursday, 4 March 2010

Ghee Rice With Vegetable Kurma





Ingredients:

Rice-2cups
Coconutmilk-1cup
Water-3cups
Cardamom-4
Cinnamon-2 one inch sticks
Cloves-5
Black cardamom-1
Javitri/mace-1
Bayleaf-1
Cashewnuts-fistful
Onions-2 big,sliced
Sugar-pinch
Salt to taste
Garam masala powder-1/2tsp
Ghee-1tbsp
Oil-1tbsp

Method:

1.Wash and soak rice in water for 30minutes.heat a ghee and oil in a thick bottom vessel,add whole garam masala and fry until they begin to pop,then add cashewnuts and fry until lightly golden brown,add sliced onions and pinch sugar and fry until golden brown.Now add coconut milk,garm masala powder and water,allow the water to boil.

2.Drain the soaked rice and add to the boiling water and cook until all the water evaporates.Close the lid tightly and keep on alow flame for 10 minutes.Serve hot with vegetable kurma.


Vegetable Kurma


Ingredients:

Onion-1big
Garlic-2cloves
Ginger-1'piece
Poppyseeds(gasgase)-1tsp
Cashewnuts-2tbsp
Fresh grated coconut-1cup
Fresh coriander-2tbsp
Coriander powder-2tsp
Chilli powder-2tsp
Cinnamon stick-2 inch stick
Cloves-6-7
Carrot,-100gms
Green peas-100gms
Beans-100gms
Ghee-2tsp

Method:

1.Fry,grated coconut,ginger,garlic,poppyseeds,onion,cashewnuts,cinnamon and cloves
to golden brown,grind everything along with fresh coriander using water into fine paste.

2.Cut and cook vegetables until tender,add coriander powder,chillipowder,grind paste and
salt,cook for 5-10minutes on a medium flame,add water if necessary.

3.Sprinkle ghee on top,serve hot with ghee rice.

12 comments:

Malar Gandhi said...

The very thought about ghee rice, makes me hungry...wonderful combination...just love it.

shahana said...

Perfect cpmbination!!Looks tempting...

TREAT AND TRICK said...

Love this combo, looks so yummy....

Nithu Bala said...

Love this combo..Veg Kurma is simply superb..

srividya said...

Thank you Leena for the superb recipes. I tried them and it was a great hit at my kids' birthday party! Just love karnataka food :)!

Krithika said...

Hi,
I tried out the kurma today and it turned out absolutely brilliant! I love it! Though we are tamilians, my husband is from Bangalore and he loves Kannadiga food...I'll keep coming back to your blog to surprise him :)

Krithika said...

Hi,
Thanks for the wonderful recipe! The kurma turned out wonderful when I tried it today...we love kannadiga food and I am sure I will keep coming back!

jayasree rao said...

so perfect recipe, but one small change i did instead of using coriander powder i fried whole dhaniya and redchillies and some jeera seeds, it turned out awsome,this korma u could even use for idlies, thanks for the recipe.

Vinu said...

Thank you for the recipe, it turned out really well.

Vinu said...

Thank you for the recipe! It turned out really well..

Vinu said...

Thank you for the recipe, it turned out really well.

Lakshmikanth said...

Just fallowed your recipe/directions. It came out awesome...........thank you