Kerala Style Vegetable Korma

Spicy and mouth watering veg korma

Kerala Style Vegetable Korma

Spicy and mouth watering veg korma

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By Sonia Joy

Published On: 06 Nov 2005

Rating: 4
28 Votes, 16 Reviews
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30 Minutes
Served : 4
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Kerala Style Vegetable Korma Kerala Style Vegetable Korma By Sonia Joy Kerala Style Vegetable Korma Published: Spicy and mouth watering veg korma 4 stars based on 16 reviews Total time: Yield: 4 servings Serving size: 1 medium slice Calories per serving: 250 cal Fat per serving: 12 g Ingredients:
Green peas : 100 gm
Cauliflower(small) : 1 no
Beans : 50 gm
Carrot(big) : 1 no
Potato : 1 no
Oil : 1 tbsp
Aniseed(Perinjeerakam) : 1/2 tsp
Onion(big) : 1 no
Green chillies : 2 nos
(slit into long pieces)
Ginger : 1"
(slit into long pieces)
Garlic : As reqd
(slit into long pieces)
Fresh coconut milk(thick) : As reqd
Turmeric powder : 1/2 tsp
Chilly powder : 1/2 tsp
Coriander powder : 1 1/2 tsp
Salt : As reqd
Garam masala : A pinch
Coriander leaves : For garnishing
Directions:
1. Cook green peas, beans, carrot and potato along with salt and water till it is almost done. 2. Steam cauliflower separately for 5 minutes. 3. Heat oil in a pan and add aniseeds. 4. Add garlic, ginger & green chillies. 5. When it is done, add onions and fry till golden brown. 6. Add all the powders and saute for a while. 7. Add a little salt. 8. Add all the cooked vegetables. 9. Pour coconut milk and when the bubbles start coming, switch off the flame. 10. Sprinkle garam masala powder and garnish with coriander leaves. 11. :- Serve with appam, chapathi etc.

Ingredients

Directions

Step 1

Cook green peas, beans, carrot and potato along with salt and water till it is almost done.

Step 2

Steam cauliflower separately for 5 minutes.

Step 3

Heat oil in a pan and add aniseeds.

Step 4

Add garlic, ginger & green chillies.

Step 5

When it is done, add onions and fry till golden brown.

Step 6

Add all the powders and saute for a while.

Step 7

Add a little salt.

Step 8

Add all the cooked vegetables.

Step 9

Pour coconut milk and when the bubbles start coming, switch off the flame.

Step 10

Sprinkle garam masala powder and garnish with coriander leaves.

Step 11

:- Serve with appam, chapathi etc.

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Yoge Biju

Nice aroma and flavour.

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Monisha

I tried the version given by Padma as I didn t have coconut milk, I added 1 2 a glass of warm water to the dish so not too dry. It came out good but I could have done without the water and I guess it would have been a good dish too. Thanks for the tip on the non coconut milk version Padma.

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Shakkila

Good recipe ! It has come out very well , My husband had more chappatthis than usual

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Anu

Just visited this site yday and tried out this recipe last night.. Must say it turned out great.. The proportions given in the recipe are perfect and everyone appreciated how good it tasted.. Hope to get more such recipes from you..

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Sowmya M

Very Good recipe. The measurements suggested were perfect. I tried this looked at the many star ratings. And it was a worthwhile try. Thank you for the recipe. Please keep posting such great mouthwatering ones.

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shabeen

fantastic curry. I make this curry every other day for chappathy and all at home loves it..thank you so much!what a great recipe....cant stop admiring..

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nikky

luved it....it tastes really good....you can add a few drops of cocunut oil at the end ,just when the gravy starts boiling, it gives it a nice taste and smell

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Sainu

Nice recepie and very easy to make.

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viswanathan

out of all kurma preparations i have tasted all over india, i rate kerala style kurma preparation as the best.

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Indu

yummy..yummy..yummy..thanks for d recipe..it came out well..

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Padma

A good traditional recipe..!!I would prefer seasoning with bay leaves and then saute the onion+ginger garlic,green chillies, then tomato.Instead of adding garam masala at the end,we can include the paste ground of poppy seeds+cardomom+cloves+cinnamon+coriander+few dried red chillies(if reqd.)while u saute the onion at the very beginning.U can dry fry these ingredients for a better aroma.If u are not adding coconut milk,then ad some fresh scrapped coconut to these and then grind them to a smooth paste.I prefer adding coconut while grinding rather coconut milk.saute this paste along with onions etc., and then add the vegetables..Add salt to taste and bring it to boil until it gives u a good aroma and decent consistency.Garnish with finely chopped cilantro leaves if u want.

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gooh

Yummy!!!

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gooh

Yummy!!!

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Maria

This recipe is very good. Simple and very tasty...

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Prathibha

Good recipe Sonia, so sad no one has rated this recipe, this is the closest i have seen to a good homely nadan korma recipe eventhough there is room for personal touches.

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Prathibha

Good recipe Sonia, so sad no one has rated this recipe, this is the closest i have seen to a good homely nadan korma recipe eventhough there is room for personal touches.

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