Day 1 of the Blogging Marathon and I’ve chosen the theme of Curry in a Hurry
This is a very simple and wonderful curry to have with chappatis or rice or even pasta
It is colorful, healthy and above all extremely tasty. I used kokum for the gravy along with coconut and other spices. Read on here
Start to finish is about 30-40 minutes TOPS!
Assorted veggies and mango– I used all the ones in the picture below
1 lemon sized kokum ball
¼ cup of fresh grated coconut
2 green chilies
2 red chilies
½ cup chopped Cilantro
1 tbsp corander
1 tbsp oil
Heat the oil and sauté all the veggies, mango and red chilies
Soak Kokum in ½ cup of warm water for 10-15 minutes like you would imli
In a smaller pan, dry roast the coconut, cilantro, coriander and green chilies
Grind into fine paste.
Now grind the soaked kokum and strain over the veggies.
Add the ground coconut paste
Allow all of it to boil and simmer for a few minutes
Garnish with Cilantro and serve hot!
Thanks to the wonderful participants from India and elsewhere in the world who sent their incredibly creative fusion recipes to the wonderful event created by Pari of Foodelicious which I was fortunate to host in April.
The winner was picked from the Indian entries since Pari will be mailing out the wonderful cookbook of Tarla Dalal
to the lucky person. I picked the winner through random.org and the book goes to Entry # 7 – Creatrive Journey
Congrats to you J