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Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Methi (Fenugreek leaves) and Mixed vegetables in Vindaloo Sauce

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If you are follower of my space, you know that I love Methi more than spinach, just because regular spinach taste different here and sometimes so weird. So I try to make methi or any other greens once a week. I love radish leaves also so that also comes home with me when I go to grocery. So I  made methi practically every week and got bored with all the recipes, so wanted to try to make something different. So I made vindaloo sauce and methi and mixed vegetables in it and voila, yummy spicy dish is born. You can find how to make vindaloo sauce here.

Ingredients :

2 bundles of Methi leaves, plucked, washed and chopped
2 tbsp. vindaloo sauce

1 cup mixed vegetables ( I used frozen one)
1 chopped onion
1 tbsp. Ginger, chili, garlic paste
1 tsp. red chili powder
1 tbsp. cumin coriander powder
1 tsp. garam masala
salt to taste
3 tbsp. oil

Method:

Heat a pan, add oil in it. Add onion and when it changes to pink , add vindaloo sauce.
Mix and cook it for a minute. Then add ginger, garlic, chili paste, along with all powder masala. Don't add salt at this point.
Add methi leaves and mixed vegetables and cook till methi is dry and cooked.
Add salt in it and cook till methi leaves more water.
Turn off the heat and take it out in a bowl and serve hot with roti.




Yummy Methi in a new avatar is ready to serve.

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28 comments:

  1. Looks delicious......... Love it !

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  2. When I get the vindaloo sauce, this dish will be for sure made.

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  3. Fresh methi with mixed vegetables makes a great curry. Adding the vindaloo sauce must make it taste like restaurant style.

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    1. Yes it taste awesome, Thank you Mina ben

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  4. I have never cooked with fenugreek before. I must give it a try.

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  5. love the flavors,perfect with some rotis :)
    Happy Thanksgiving,Linsy !!

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    1. Happy thanksgiving to you and your family too.

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  6. Looks really delicious and flavorful..

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  7. u r an expert in creating healthy new dishes

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    1. Thank you Smitha, Trying my best to share healthy dishes.

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  8. Looks Wowww.. Interesting combo dear..

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  9. Healthy new dish, love the flavor

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  10. Linsy, thats a really delicious looking sabji. I am going to try this recipe. 15 chillis, does that make the vindaloo sauce really chilli hot?

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    1. Yes it's a very spicy sauce, so use it as much you can handle in the recipe.

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  11. I've never cooked methi (fenugreek leaves) but now I'll have to try them. this dish sounds like a great combination of spicy and healthy.Thanks for stopping by our Happy Holidays Link Party - be sure to join us again this week, beginning on Saturday at 7 pm ET.

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