January 13, 2013

Potato Bengal Gram Kurma

    Instead of naming it as "Potato Bengal Gram Kurma", i should name it as "My MIL's kurma". Whenever my MIL prepare chapati at home, blindly i can say the side dish will be either this or Potato Masala. Think this is her most favorite curry. I should be happy atleast she is helps me in cooking since am an office goer. My big thanks to her. Also, i should say my second thanks, because of her i excavated a new recipe and i got a recipe/content to fill this post :P To be frank, i should say, this is one of the best combo for chapati when it is tasted as hot pot. Just me gave a try one day. That's excavated day's clicks and Steps for your views. :)


ALL YOU NEED:
Chilly Powder 1 spoon (Optional)
Coriander Leaf 2 Twigs
Fennel Seeds 1 spoon
Curry Leaf 1 Twigs
Mustard 1 spoon
Salt To Taste
To Pressure cook
Turmeric Powder Pinch
Bengal Gram Handfull
Green Chilly 4 Nos.
Potato 5 Nos.
Salt Pinch
Water 1 glass
To Roast & Grind
Small Tomato 2 Nos.
Fried Gram 1 1/2 spoon
Cinnamon Pinch
Coconut 8 pieces
Onion 2 Nos.
Ginger 1 inch
Garlic 8 cloves
Cloves 4 Nos.
Oil 1 spoon
METHOD:
     Pressure cook items under "To Pressure cook" for 5 minutes in simmer. Roast & Grind the ingredients under section "To Roast & Grind". Let both sit for a while. Keep a pan, add a spoon of oil. Add mustard, let it splutters. Now add curry leaf, coriander leaf and fennel seeds. Its time to pour the grinded items and give a stir. Now mash the pressure cooked potato and add it to the pan. Give a mix. Now pour the pressure cooked bengal gram which stays in the cooker. Give a hard stir. If it is not so spicy, add a spoon of chilly powder. Adjust with salt. Add water if it too thick consistency. Allow it to boil until the raw smell goes off.

I wish all my friend and fellow blogger a very HAPPY PONGAL !!!

♬ Sangeetha♡Nambi ♬

37 comments:

Sangeetha Priya said...

Interesting n yummy kurma!!!

Mahi said...

New combo to me! Shall try soon.

Sangeetha, I think you forgot to mention wat and all to be roasted and grind, check the recipe please!

Pongal vazhthukkal!

PT said...

wow thats a mouthwatery combo..

Julie said...

nutritious dish:)
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divya said...

yummy n delicious curry...

Saras said...

Very well done Sangeetha. Yummy Kurma.

Latha Madhusudhan said...

lovely curry to go with chapathi.

priya satheesh said...

Nice combination.. Must be really yummy with chapahi..will try soon!

Love to Experiment said...

Yeah it is likey! Especially the name - my MIL's kuruma :)

Arthy Suman said...

Love this kurma...

M D said...

Potato Bengal Gram Kurma looks delicious!

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Very new kind of recipe.Sounds great

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Sangeetha Priya: Thanks Sangeetha...

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Mahi: Hey Mahi, I have mentioned it under "To Saute" now renamed it as "To Roast & Grind" thanks for pointing it out... :)

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@PT: Thanks...

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Julie: Yeah Julie...

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@divya: Thanks Much divya...

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Saras: Thanks, that's a great comment for me... :P

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Latha: Yes, i love it ever...

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@priya satheesh: Pls and let me know ur feedback...

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Love to...: He he he... :)

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Arthy: Thanks....

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@MD: Thanks MD...

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Raks: Thanks much Raji...

Top Cuisine avec Lavi said...

interesting recipe! Looks delicious!

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Top..: Thanks for following me and for ur comment as well....

Chaitra Dev said...

Yummy and tasty....
Do drop in sometime at
http://aathidhyam.blogspot.in/

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Chaitra: Thanks.. Rushing to ur space...

Shanthi said...

interesting recipe..i would like to try it soon...

Deepti said...

Should definitely be a great combination!

Shailaja Reddy said...

Yummy kurma. Nice side dish with Chapati.

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Shanthi: Pls and let me know ur feedback....

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Shailaja: Thanks....

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Deepti: Yeah Deepti...

Anonymous said...

Ms. Sangeetha:
How much split bengal gram (in cups or gms or ounces) did
you use in the above recipe?
Did you use split bengal gram i.e dal? You do not mention it in
the ingredient list. I do not mean to criticize just learn ok.
The recipe sounds interesting, will try to make it.
Thank you.
New reader.

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Anonymous: Thanks much for visiting my space and correcting my mistake... Keep Visiting !!!

Cindy Dy said...

Awesome there, Great work, keep it up. I love returning back to this site and reading the quality content you always have on offer.

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January 13, 2013

Potato Bengal Gram Kurma

    Instead of naming it as "Potato Bengal Gram Kurma", i should name it as "My MIL's kurma". Whenever my MIL prepare chapati at home, blindly i can say the side dish will be either this or Potato Masala. Think this is her most favorite curry. I should be happy atleast she is helps me in cooking since am an office goer. My big thanks to her. Also, i should say my second thanks, because of her i excavated a new recipe and i got a recipe/content to fill this post :P To be frank, i should say, this is one of the best combo for chapati when it is tasted as hot pot. Just me gave a try one day. That's excavated day's clicks and Steps for your views. :)


ALL YOU NEED:
Chilly Powder 1 spoon (Optional)
Coriander Leaf 2 Twigs
Fennel Seeds 1 spoon
Curry Leaf 1 Twigs
Mustard 1 spoon
Salt To Taste
To Pressure cook
Turmeric Powder Pinch
Bengal Gram Handfull
Green Chilly 4 Nos.
Potato 5 Nos.
Salt Pinch
Water 1 glass
To Roast & Grind
Small Tomato 2 Nos.
Fried Gram 1 1/2 spoon
Cinnamon Pinch
Coconut 8 pieces
Onion 2 Nos.
Ginger 1 inch
Garlic 8 cloves
Cloves 4 Nos.
Oil 1 spoon
METHOD:
     Pressure cook items under "To Pressure cook" for 5 minutes in simmer. Roast & Grind the ingredients under section "To Roast & Grind". Let both sit for a while. Keep a pan, add a spoon of oil. Add mustard, let it splutters. Now add curry leaf, coriander leaf and fennel seeds. Its time to pour the grinded items and give a stir. Now mash the pressure cooked potato and add it to the pan. Give a mix. Now pour the pressure cooked bengal gram which stays in the cooker. Give a hard stir. If it is not so spicy, add a spoon of chilly powder. Adjust with salt. Add water if it too thick consistency. Allow it to boil until the raw smell goes off.

I wish all my friend and fellow blogger a very HAPPY PONGAL !!!

♬ Sangeetha♡Nambi ♬

37 comments:

Sangeetha Priya said...

Interesting n yummy kurma!!!

Mahi said...

New combo to me! Shall try soon.

Sangeetha, I think you forgot to mention wat and all to be roasted and grind, check the recipe please!

Pongal vazhthukkal!

PT said...

wow thats a mouthwatery combo..

Julie said...

nutritious dish:)
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divya said...

yummy n delicious curry...

Saras said...

Very well done Sangeetha. Yummy Kurma.

Latha Madhusudhan said...

lovely curry to go with chapathi.

priya satheesh said...

Nice combination.. Must be really yummy with chapahi..will try soon!

Love to Experiment said...

Yeah it is likey! Especially the name - my MIL's kuruma :)

Arthy Suman said...

Love this kurma...

M D said...

Potato Bengal Gram Kurma looks delicious!

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Very new kind of recipe.Sounds great

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Sangeetha Priya: Thanks Sangeetha...

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Mahi: Hey Mahi, I have mentioned it under "To Saute" now renamed it as "To Roast & Grind" thanks for pointing it out... :)

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@PT: Thanks...

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Julie: Yeah Julie...

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@divya: Thanks Much divya...

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Saras: Thanks, that's a great comment for me... :P

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Latha: Yes, i love it ever...

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@priya satheesh: Pls and let me know ur feedback...

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Love to...: He he he... :)

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Arthy: Thanks....

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@MD: Thanks MD...

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Raks: Thanks much Raji...

Top Cuisine avec Lavi said...

interesting recipe! Looks delicious!

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Top..: Thanks for following me and for ur comment as well....

Chaitra Dev said...

Yummy and tasty....
Do drop in sometime at
http://aathidhyam.blogspot.in/

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Chaitra: Thanks.. Rushing to ur space...

Shanthi said...

interesting recipe..i would like to try it soon...

Deepti said...

Should definitely be a great combination!

Shailaja Reddy said...

Yummy kurma. Nice side dish with Chapati.

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Shanthi: Pls and let me know ur feedback....

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Shailaja: Thanks....

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Deepti: Yeah Deepti...

Anonymous said...

Ms. Sangeetha:
How much split bengal gram (in cups or gms or ounces) did
you use in the above recipe?
Did you use split bengal gram i.e dal? You do not mention it in
the ingredient list. I do not mean to criticize just learn ok.
The recipe sounds interesting, will try to make it.
Thank you.
New reader.

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Anonymous: Thanks much for visiting my space and correcting my mistake... Keep Visiting !!!

Cindy Dy said...

Awesome there, Great work, keep it up. I love returning back to this site and reading the quality content you always have on offer.

Bing
www.gofastek.com