Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Assorted Veggie Fry


        For the first time i am posting the recipe which was not cooked by me...thn who?? its my dear "H" who made this mixed veg fry and also named it as "Assorted Veggie Fry" :) very interesting right??? I love to cook only on week days...on weekends its a tough task for me i hate to enter kitchen...in case of chicken i love to try some new recipes from other blogs..other than that i hate to cook on weekends :( So sometimes my H rocks in the kitchen with his cooking talents.Few weeks back one Saturday he prepared this fry along with Rasam n microwave papads...yet simple but was a great tasty lunch for me.As soon as he entered the kitchen,my house was fully filled with spicy aroma and was irresistible so i want this recipe to be in my blog and asked him what else he used for this fry n made a note of it..For this fry He used 2 frozen vegetable packets,...1 cauliflower,broccoli,carrot another one onion all color bell peppers...He didn't ask me for recipe he himself made stir fry with his knowledge and the result was so yummy n the only bad thing was he used more oil :( If you want to taste to eat something aspecial,easy and very tasty try this assorted vegetable fry...

Ingredients
  1. cauliflower   1/2 cup (cut in to small florets)
  2. Broccoli    1/2 cup(cut in to small florets)
  3. Carrots   2 no.(sliced)
  4. Onion  1no.(sliced)
  5. Bell Peppers    1/2 cup sliced (red,yellow,green each)
  6. Garlic   3 no.s(crushed)
  7. turmeric powder   1/4 tsp
  8. chilli powder   to taste
  9. curry powder    to taste
  10. Crushed Pepper    1/2tbsp or to taste 
  11. Salt     to taste
  12. Oil    2 tbsp
  13. mustard seeds    1/2 tsp
  14. Chana dal   1 tbsp
Method
  • Heat oil in a sauce pan,add mustard seeds and allow to pop then add chana dal n fry lightly and add crushed garlic n onions fry for a minute.
  • Then add all the vegetables,dry powders n enough salt stir well and cook in medium heat.
  • Do not cover n keep stirring ,cook till vegs get cooked n turn little crispy..
  • Serve as a side dish for any rice,pulav/biryani or rotis.


8 comments:

  1. Lovely stir fry Sangee..kudos to your husband for helping you out in the kitchen...as far as my husband is concerned he has only once made dosa for me...and I am happy that he does not enjoy cooking else I will be the one who has to clear all the mess left behind :)

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  2. yummy stir fry..looks perfect dear..so sweet of your hubby..

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  3. looks delicious dear..great to know that ur hubby prepared it for u..

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  4. hey congrats to him...perfectly done

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  5. Delicious stir fry, kudos to your H.

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  6. This looks so yummy and delicious..Will try this soon..Seems really simple..thanks for the recipe dear..Post more and keep blogging

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  7. When more vegetables are used together , it gives a nice taste and flavor. Looking forward more recipes from ur hus too.

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