Mixed vegetables cut into length wise -2 cups
( I used carrots,beans,potato & peas)
Salt to taste
Slit green chillies-3 to 4
Curry leaves few
(I used low fat milk)
Rice flour-1 & 1/4tsp
Coconut oil- 1 to 2 tsp
Whole pepper-4,Cloves-2,Cinnamon-a small piece,Cardamom-2
Add rice flour to the milk,mix to a smooth liquid & keep it aside.
Heat oil in a pan temper it with the above spices.
Now add the onion,green chillies,curry leaves & ginger saute for a minute,add the vegetables,salt & fry for a minute.
Pour water and cook the vegetables still soft.Now lower the flame & pour the rice flour milk mixture.
Cook till raw smell disappears & its slightly thick.
Switch off the stove pour coconut oil into the stew,add some fresh curry leaves,mix & serve.
Best served with appam,Idiappam or with Idli/Dosa.
Usually thin and thick coconut milk is added instead of milk in original recipe. Cook the vegetables in thin coconut milk later add thick coconut milk.
Bring a boil and switch off the stove. After adding coconut milk do not boil too much they may curdle.
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Healthy and creamy stew.......!!ReplyDelete
such a lovely stew :) very healthy and creamy texture :)ReplyDelete
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