Clean well and cut the veggies into halves.
Pressure cook the halved potatoes, beetroot and carrot. Peel off the skin and keep it aside.
3)Thaw and cook peas separately. Keep it aside too.
4)Thinly slice onion and tomatoes.
5)Heat oil in a pan and splutter mustard seeds ad cumin seeds.
6)Add curry leaves, onion, green chillies and ginger and sautT, till onions turn soft and pink.
7)Add tomatoes and sautT, till it blends well.
8)Add turmeric powder and chilly powder and sautT for a while.
9)Add mashed veggies along with cooked peas and mix well.
10)Add water followed by salt and mix well.
11)Simmer for a few minutes till it¦s consistency gets thick.
Easy to cook and light on the ingredients, this dish goes very well with chappathis, pooris, and even appamsa. And usually it¦s the leftover from the fridge which is in great demand the very next day as it tastes better the next daya.:) Another good thing is that it can even be used as a masala stuffing while making dosasa.. The crimson colored masala stuffing inside the Ghee roastaquite reminding me of the Masala Dosa you get in (Indian Coffee House÷, a very popular restaurant in India. Well, if you are making masala dosas at home, at least you don¦t have to peek thru the layers of the dosa trying desperately to find the masala inside as you¦d be doing in the hotelsa.:) Honestly, I have come across such situations many a times before eventually making me go for something else that is hot, spicy and filling. :)
Coming back to the recipe, you can emit any of the above listed veggies or include others of your choice accdg to the availability, your tastes and moods. And again, let me tell you that this is not an authentic recipe for vegetable curry as this dish is one of a kind in Indian cuisine which has undergone different kinds of experimentation since ages. Consequently, people improvised on the same based on their cuisine style to get good outcomes to suit their palates. So, guys, let your imaginations run wild, play around with the spices and cook up something exceptional to contribute to the veg curry recipe world thereby leaving a mark of the magic touch of your hands. Or rather popularly known as (Kaippunyam÷ in Malayalama. :) Good luck!!!
So, on that note, happy cooking!!!
Nutritious and tasty