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Vegetarian Food:pl give chappati side dishes recipes
2005-09-15
Name: Gowri
hi all

pl give me side dishes tips for roti, chapati like mushroom.panneer gravies
 
2005-09-20
#1
Name: Shilpa Suryavamshi
Subject:  Mushroom masala
Mushroom Masala

200 gms of Button Mushroom
1 small sized Onion
1 tspn Green chilli paste
1 tspn Coriander leaves paste
1 tbspn Ginger paste
1 tbspn Garlic paste
tspn cinnamon and clove powder
tspn Coriander powder
tspn pepper powder
tblspn Lemon juice
Coriander leaves
Salt as per taste

1. Wash and cut each mushrooms in four pieces
2. Heat oil in kadai. Add sliced onions, and saute till light golden.
3. Add green chilli paste, ginger, garlic paste and coriander leaves paste. Cook for minute on a low flame.
4. Add mushroom , salt as per taste, coriander powder, cinnamon and clove powder and mix well
5. Cook for 8 -10 minutes on a medium flame
6. Add pepper powder and lemon juice
7. Garnish with coriander leaves and serve hot

Hope you enjoy!
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2005-09-19
#2
Name: Shilpa Suryavamshi
Subject:  Sabzi for chappatis
Soya Matar

Ingredients

200 gms/ 30 Soyabean chunks/granules
1 cup Green peas
1 large sized Onion sliced
2 medium sized Tomato chopped
tspn Cumin seeds
1 tspn Red chilli powder
1 tspn Corriander powder
2 tspn Garam masala powder
Corriander leaves chopped
Salt as per taste

Method
1. Add soyabean chunks/granules and little salt to the boiled water and keep it for 5 minutes.
2. Chunks will become extra soft. Squeeze out the water.
3. Cut them into half and keep it aside.
4. Heat oil in kadai and add cumin seeds and when they change color add green peas. Add onions and saute till light golden.
5. Add chopped tomato and sprinkle red chilli powder, coriander powder.
6. Cook for 4 to 5 minutes over medium flame stirring occasionally.
7. Add soyabean granules/chunks, salt and mix well. Cook for 4 to 5 minutes
8. Add garam masala powder. Cook on a low flame for 2 minutes.
9. Garnish with chopped coriander leaves and serve hot.
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2005-09-15
#3
Name: Harini Balaji
Subject:  Side dish for chappati
Baigan Bharta
Brinjal (big) - 1, Onion - 3,Tomatoes - 3, Corriander leaves
Boil the brinjal and peel the skin. Then smash it well. Heat oil in a kadai, add Jeera and finely chopped onions and fry till brown. Then add finely chopped tomatoes and fry till it blends well. (Finely chopped ginger can be added, it is optional). Then add the smashed brinjal and mix it well. Add turmeric powder, red chillie powder and mix well. When the oils leave the sides add salt and mix well. Garnish it with corriander leaves.
This is a simple and easy dish, if we want we can add green peas, capsicum (finely chopped). Garam masala is optional, corriander gives better flavour than garam masala poweder
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