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Friday, April 11, 2014

Vegetable Pasanda

Yum
Enough of the paneer dishes, I cant take it paneer any more, so I made this traditional paneer dish in to vegetable dish. In the beginning of my marriage I had so much paneer dishes that now I can not stand it. But if you are a paneer fan, make this with paneer only, but for little crunch add different colors of peppers to get a bite of it. I used lot of vegetables in this and make the gravy.


Got this big box of assorted beans and Lettuce knife from Susan Wolfe from her event called MLLA, My recipe of  Kala Chana with Methi    made me winner . Thank you so much Susan, Lisa and Cindystar for this protein packed of goodness.


Ingredients :

2 cups  chopped mixed vegetables ( I had cauliflower, French beans, peas, corn, colored peppers, carrot)
2 medium onion
3 tbsp. tomato puree
1 tbsp. magajtari seeds (watermelon seeds)(soak in water for 10 minutes)

1 tbsp.. ginger/ green chilies/ garlic paste
2 tbsp. garam masala
2 tbsp. red chili powder
1 tsp. turmeric powder
1 tsp. cardamom powder
1 tsp. cumin coriander powder
1/4 cup or as per your taste evaporated milk
1 tbsp. or as per your taste sugar / honey
2 tbsp. oil

Method:

Make a puree of onion, watermelon seeds with little bit of water.

Heat a pan, add oil in it.
Add puree and cook till raw onion smells goes away.
Add tomato puree, all powder masala, ginger/garlic/chili paste and cook till oil leaves.
If you are making with paneer, fry the paneer pieces before and keep it aside. or you can add along with vegetables, paneer too.
Add water and vegetables in it and cook till vegetables cooked and gravy thickens.
Add evaporated milk and sugar/ honey and mix it well.
Serve it hot with roti , rice, naan or any bread.


In my VEG BOX is starting today and it is being guest hosted by the lovely Tina Chawla at the spicy pear. Do drop by her space and check out the event and link up some recipes using Onion.

In my VEG BOX~ Onions
Ends 30th April 2014
http://www.thespicypear.com/general/veg-box-onions/Hearth & Soul HopLink up your recipe of the weekExtra Veg Badge-003Live it Up at the Healthy, Happy, Green & Natural Party Blog Hop #20

Gayathri's WTML event and prachis veg kitchen
Swathi's hearth and soul blog hop
http://www.citrusspiceuk.com/ and http://www.thespicypear.com/
Four Seasons Food Challenge, which is currently “Celebrating Vegetables.  event is jointly hosted by Eat Your Veg and Delicieux.
Extra Veg, an event jointly hosted by Utterly Scrummy and Fuss Free Flavours.
 http://urbannaturale.com/live-it-up-at-the-healthy-happy-green-natural-party-blog-hop-20/
http://www.amummytoo.co.uk/2014/04/recipeoftheweek-7-11-april/


24 comments:

  1. Wow looks so creamy and delicious .....lovely pictures...

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  2. Linsy, this is a great idea! Making it with Vegetables has definitely made it healthy!! Also loved that you used magaj tari, i know must have been creamy!!

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  3. colorful dish.must be yum with roti !

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  4. Loved this Veg Pasanda.. Looks very yummy.. Congrats on winning..

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  5. Congrats dear...delicious preparation...

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  6. Looks very creamy pasanda ....... Congrats dear!!

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  7. This looks delicious. Thank you for submitting this recipe to this month's In My Veg box challenge at www.thespicypear.com

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  8. Magaj gives a creamy and fantastic texture to this veg gravy dish. Awesome!

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  9. Congrats for winning beans and knife. And the veg pasanda; oh yes, on the days I would love to tuck; our veg days.

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  10. Vegetable pasanda looks delicious, congrats on your win. you deserve it. Thanks for sharing with Hearth and soul blog hop.

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  11. Pasanda looks delicious linsy ...COngrats on ur win

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  12. Hey, I just wanted to say I have nominated you for the Sunshine Award, you don’t have to do anything, but I just wanted to pass it on!!
    http://thebakingbud.wordpress.com/2014/04/12/the-sunshine-award/

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  13. oh i love it ...looks so yummmmmmy:) can't resist:)

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  14. Congrats Linsy. Love to have a bowl of veg pasanda.

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  15. Pasanda using watermelon seeds, is really interesting, You have made them much healthier, topping with veggies as well :)

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  16. Wow looks so creamy and delicious ....congrats dear fr the win..

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  17. I have never tried watermelon seeds,looks creamy and delish!!

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  18. I adore Pasanda, and yours looks so good. Thank you for sharing this so that I can now make it! I am hugely surprised by those melon seeds...! Very interesting indeed. Thanks for entering this into Four Seasons Food.

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  19. What a rich and delectable blend of spicy ingredients! I can't wait to try this recipe. Thank you so much for sharing this healthy and delicious recipe on the Healthy, Happy, Green & Natural Blog Hop! I appreciate it!

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