Shahi Vegetable Kuruma

Mixed Vegetable Curry

Shahi Vegetable Kuruma

Mixed veggies in a rich creamy gravy!
Whenever I have surprise guests at home, I make this recipe blind-folded. I can never go wrong in any of the steps. Even if you go wrong anywhere, the cashew-badam-pistachio paste will take care of it. 
 
Shahi Vegetable Kuruma is a blessing for the beginner cooks.
 
Definitely, one of my favorite recipes. My family likes this recipe a lot. Needless to say, this recipe is a BIG HIT in my kitchen. 
Ingredients

Almond, pistachio and cashew paste – 3 tablespoons

Small onion – 1 no.

Bay leaves – 4 nos.

Clove – 1 no.

Green chillies – 2 nos.

Ginger and garlic paste – 2 tablespoons

Vegetables – Cauliflower, Mushroom, Brussel Sprouts, Beans, Corn, Carrot etc.

Garam masala – 1 tablespoon

Paneer cubes – 1 cup

Cream – 1 cup

Coriander leaves – a handful

Mint leaves – a handful

Oil or ghee – 2 tablespoons

Salt – as desired

 

Preparation

1. In a pan, heat oil or ghee. Add bay leaves, cloves, green chillies, and ginger garlic paste. Saute till the raw smell goes off.

2. Now add onions and saute well. Then transfer it to a mixie and grind along with coriander leaves and mint leaves.

3. In the same pan, add vegetables, ground onion and coriander paste, and salt. Now add garam masala and saute it for few minutes until vegetables are cooked. Add little water if needed.

4. Finally, add Paneer cubes, cashew, Almond and pistachio paste and cream. Sim the fire and cook for 3 minutes.

Now, the Shahi Vegetable Kuruma is ready!!!

 

Serve: Rotis,Parathas & Puris, Pulao,Biriyani & Friedrice

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