Friday, January 2, 2015

Potato Peas Kurma

Potato Peas Kurma
Kurma has been my favorite always. I might sound a little weird, but the aroma while cooking a kurma makes me go crazy about this dish. Here I'm sharing one of those yummy kurma's which will make you go crazy about. 
Grean peas potato korma is a delicious side dish goes well with roti, paratha & naan's. The gravy is rich, creamy & flavorful. You can also pair it with pulao, biryani or any of your favorite rice dishes. 
Potato Peas Kurma
Prep Time-10mins { Grinding + chopping veggies + arranging}
Cook Time-30mins
Serves-3people
Pairs with rice dishes, naan, roti, chapati & paratha's
Ingredients
2Big potatoes chopped & boiled
1cup green peas
1Onion sliced
2Tomatoes chopped
1/2Cup chopped mint
2Elachi's
2Cloves
1bark of cinnamon
3Tsp oil
Powder's
2Tsp red chili powder
2Tsp garam masala powder
1/2Tsp turmeric
Salt to taste
To grind
1/4Cup yogurt
1/4 grated coconut
2Tbs cashews
2Garlic cloves
1Tsp ginger pieces
- Grind the above ingredients to a smooth paste.
Directions
- Heat pan with oil & to that add elachi, cloves & cinnamon. Stir fry them for few seconds.
- Next add onions to pan. Fry them translucent & add in tomatoes. Cook them till tomatoes are slightly done.
- Add in potatoes, green peas & mint to pan.
- Next add in the grind paste to pan along with red chili powder, garam masala powder, turmeric & enough salt.
- Cook till the gravy thickens. Adjust salt & spiciness as needed.
- Korma is ready to serve. Serve with roti's, parathas & naans.
Note
- Add a little cilantro just before switching down the heat. It make's the dish more flavorful. 
Potato Peas Kurma

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2 comments:

  1. nice kurma. I also make it in the same way.. love it with chapathi..

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