Friday, February 11, 2011

Microwave Mixed Vegetable Kurma | Step by Step Recipe

After being in the drafts for many months this wonderful Microwave Mixed Vegetable Kurma gets published. Making a kurma in a microwave sound easy and quick to get done. Doing the 7 Day Blogging Marathon with 25 other bloggers is one exciting thing. But as always I plunged in without any preparation and have to cook them and post. Yes that fact it becomes all very hectic is another thing. Microwave Easy Cooking Event has come for a second round of gravy dishes.

Announcing the MEC based on Curries and Gravies, I ought to post microwave gravies right. So here I am with a dish that gets cooked quite well in Microwave. If you see I haven't updated my 365 days of Microwave Cooking with more of such dishes but will surely do them soon.

Step by Step to make the Kurma in Microwave.

Have the vegetables all washed, chopped into small pieces, keep them ready.

Potato gets microwaved for 7 mins, while coconut paste is ground and ready.
In a microwave bowl, take the oil and whole spices. Micro for 1 min.

Then add julienne onions, green chilies and microwave for 1 min.
Next goes the ginger garlic paste. Microwave for 1 min again.
Followed by tomatoes. You can microwave both for 2 mins.
 See how mushy the tomatoes look.

Using the ladle mix well.
Then add the vegetables.
Mix well and add Red Chili powder.
Saute everything and micro for 1 min.
Add the coconut paste (ground with fennel seeds)
Saute and cook again for 2 mins.

Pour water as required to get a consistency and for the vegetables to get cooked.

Microwave for 10 mins before removing it.

Microwave Mixed Vegetable Kurma

Ingredients Needed:

Onions - 2 medium
Tomatoes - 2 medium
Green chilies - 2 long
Mixed vegetables - 1 & 1/2 cups (Carrot, Beans, Cauliflower, Potatoes, peas)
Ginger Garlic paste - 1/2 tsp
Coconut paste - 1 cup
Fennel seeds - 1/2 tsp
Red chili powder - 1 tsp
Salt to taste
Oil - 2 tsp
Water as required

Whole spices:

Cloves - 2
Cinnamon - 2"
Cardamon - 2


Method to prepare:

Microwave potatoes for 7 mins by making marks over it

Grind coconut along with fennel seeds to a smooth paste

Chop all vegetables and keep it aside

In a microwave safe bowl, take the oil along with the whole spices. Microwave for 1 min.

then goes the onions with green chilies. Micro again for a minute.

Next add the ginger garlic paste and micro for 1 min, followed by chopped tomatoes. Micro for 2 mins.

When it is soft and mushy, mash with the ladle.

Then add all the vegetables. stir well. Add the coconut paste and mix well. Micro for 2 mins.

Add water as required and micro for 10 mins.

Remove and garnish with coriander leaves.

This goes for my MEC Themed on Curries and Gravies, be sure to send in your entry!

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12 comments :

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

Always love your step by step recipes, delicious looking koorma :)

Rujuta said...

Srivalli,
Gr8 recipe and clicks..
Love ur step by step method of posting recipes....makes it so easier for us to understand it correctly and accordingly cook....
Will def try this microwave veg kurma...and try to send entries for this event...
Best Wishes
Rujuta
http://theworldaccordingtorujuta.blogspot.com/

Priya said...

Yumm, i can have two more rotis with this kurma..

kanthi said...

Lovely kurma with step wise pictures,kurma looks delicious valli..

Smitha said...

thats a good one Srivalli...love teh step by step...
Now we can live with just a MW and no stove!

Jhonny walker said...

You are a microqueen :)

I always come to this blog to know microwave cooking. Its super fun. I have to use it more. Thanks to your posts.

Krithi's Kitchen said...

Lovely kurma..

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Nithu said...

Kurma looks yummy.Nice step by step pics.

Sushma Mallya said...

Lovely detailed explanation valli:)...lovely kurma

Divya Vikram said...

Kurma looks delicious Valli.

Chandrani Banerjee said...

very nice mixed vegetable
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rekhas kitchen said...

Love that step by step pic.Kurma looks so delicious...

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