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Monday, October 13, 2014

Butter Vegetables

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Yes to all Hardcore non veg lovers, you all enjoy Butter chicken so I thought why not to make vegetarian dish with same gravy  and enjoy it. I got this recipe from my sister's blog, where she made   Butter Chicken and I used all the vegetables in it. You can just make it with paneer also, since I am not a paneer fan, I added more vegetables in it. But the outcome is delicious. Its easy and done in no time and above all , no cooking smell in the house because it doesn't have onions in it. Cooking smell is a big issue here, all the houses smell so bad, because out of 9 months we have to cook and leave in closed doors and windows, there is no fresh air coming in or out, so to avoid smelly house , people use lot of things, My favorite way is to light up candle so house smell nice after cooking too. So here you go enjoy delicious butter masala vegetables in no time.


Ingredients :

3 cups of mixed vegetables ( carrot, cauliflower, peas, green beans, soya , green and red capsicum, corn)
3 tbsp. butter / oil
1 cup puree tomatoes
1 long stick of cinnamon
2-3 cloves
2-3 whole black peppercorns
1 tbsp. cumin-coriander powder
1 tbsp. red chili powder
pinch of orange color mix in 2 tbsp water
salt to taste
2 tbsp. crushed kasoori methi
1/4 to 1/2 cup heavy cream / half and half

Method:

Cut and prepare all the vegetables. Boil them in water for 5 minutes and leave it in colander.

Heat a pan, add butter in it. Add whole spices in it , when it splatter , take it out, you need to fragrant the butter only.
Add tomato puree and cook on low to medium flame for five minutes, add powder masala and kasoori methi.
Then add vegetables and salt and cover and cook for 3-4 minutes. You just need to cook fully and evaporates water from vegetables.
Add orange color in it and add heavy cream and cook for 1-2 minute and shut off the gas.
Enjoy hot with rice or roti or naan.


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24 comments:

  1. Tempting yummy butter veg . Will try

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  2. wow... that's a fantastic idea... sounds really good... got to try...

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  3. I love this veg version. Its a nice invention.

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  4. Good option for vegetarians .. and a perfect dish for a party.

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  5. Very good suggestion for vegetarians. I would certainly enjoy this creamy dish.

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  6. Really great thinking linsy ..Love them

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  7. Tasty and inviting........ Nice idea!

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  8. Yummy looking veggies.Ur sis's blog is a cool one yaar.Just drooled over food served there.Forgot to say congrats on Fb good to know about ur achievement Linsy. Will tell my friends too about NP.

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    1. Thanks Meena, its heaven for non vegetarian, She is my inspiration to Modern food too. Thanks for NP , please do let them know if they are in my area.

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  9. i have setup an avent Meat lovers month . i would like to see your participation dear

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  10. I & Monu Gillani are celebrating our very 1st combine event series - HM Besties Event #1 - Meat Lovers Month- U are most welcomed to link ur recipes here :) For details click here: Meat overs Month

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  11. Dear Linsy:

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  12. Looks mouthwatering dear.
    Loved the rich creamy gravy.

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  13. Butter vegetables looks delicious. Linsy, thanks for sharing with Hearth and Soul blog hop. pinning.

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