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Ingredients
to make Vegetable Kuruma
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    Directions
    to make Vegetable Kuruma
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  • 1) Chop potatoes and carrot into thin long pieces.



     2) Add the green peas to this and steam the vegetables in a pressure cooker. 



     3) Grind the coconut and poppy seeds into a nice paste adding minimum water.



     4) Chop the tomatoes and onions and fry them in little oil. 





     5) Add salt, chilli powder turmeric powder and the cooked vegetables. 







     6) Add the ground paste and stir and heat for a little while.





    7) Vegetable Kuruma is ready .Serve hot with Rotis or pooris.



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    dr lathika sreekumar
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    Easy recipe and tasty too
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    Alias
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    It is really tasty.....
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    anita kutty
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    excellent curry!first time I tried and it turned out well.really very good!especially as a side dish for appams.thanksalot!!please send few more recipies of this type.
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    chitra
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    very nice
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    priya
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    Very nice. Goes well with Chapathi. Before frying the onions in oil put some whole pepper and curry leaf. Pepper leaves a very good aroma
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    sonia
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    Great recipe##########way 2 go
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    merin tom
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    its nice and easy....
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    sandhya n
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    Very easy to prepare and yummy dish
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    lata
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    can prepare easily.
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    prasu
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    its damn gud ............... one will luv this dish ..........
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    Priya
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    can also add french beans, cauliflower to it....before adding onions &tomatoes, can also fry clove, bayleaves, elaichi & dalchini.
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    ravikumar
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    hai when u making this kuruma u have cut the vegetables in uniform size.method is ok .when u grind the coconnut paste u have to add 2 greenchillies
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    Neetha
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    Hi Sunil, Thanx 4 the recipe. But can u suggest something else to use in place of poppy seeds, as we wont get to buy poppy seeds here in UAE.
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    Sobhana
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    It is simple & really tasty
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    priya
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    its good.but i feel to add little bit cadamam&cloves
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    Geetha
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    I thought kuruma means , Kasakasa , about a spoon of rice, poppy seeds, coconut , green chillees , jeeragam to be grinded to paste . In oil , baye leaf and patta fry with chopped onions. Then add vegitables like cauliflower and peas and potato . Add the ground paste. Then in the end flavour it with curry leafs , coriander leafs and little mint leafs also. But this is something different. ok. Geetha
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    sheeja
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    without spices what kuruma.... the aroma of spices make kuruma mouth watering...
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    minnie
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    hi u should add some spices to it,otherwise it looks very bland.aroma of the kurma makes it special.
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    Prakruthi
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    Too bland, need to add some spices (like bayleaf, cinnamon & clove) to give it some character.
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    sorav
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    no offence but didn`t work for me.sorry.didn,t have any flavour.kuruma means blend of aromatic spices.this tastes like boiled vegetables.
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