Recipe Source :- Tarla Dalal

Ingredients:-

½ cup chopped cabbage
1 cup boiled cauliflower florets
1 cup boiled tender green peas
2 cups peeled and cubed white pumpkin (doodhi / lauki)
1 tsp cornflour
1 tsp chopped green chillies
5 tbsp cashewnut paste
2 tsp Kitchen King masala
4 tbsp cream
4 tbsp milk
¾ cup fresh ( whisked)
2 tbsp oil
Sugar to taste
Salt to taste





Method:-

1. Cook the pumpkin cubes in ¼ cup of water with salt .Let them cool.Then blend to a smooth puree. Then keep aside.

2. Heat the oil in a pan then add cabbage and green chillies.

3. Add the pumpkin puree, cashewnut paste, Kitchen King masala, sugar and salt and cook for some time.

4. Mix cornflour with milk and add to the gravy.

5. Mix in whisked curd and vegetables and simmer till the gravy thickens.

6. Remove from the flame, add the cream and mix well.

7. Serve hot.

This recipe is reaching Curry Mela hosted by Srivalli











21 Comments:

  1. Uma said...
    wow, this looks so delicious. New recipe to me. Nice entry Sireesha!
    Suma Rajesh said...
    looks fantastic and yummy ...i have somthing 4 u..collect it and enjoy
    Cham said...
    Never tasted one like this gravy :) Looks buttery and creamy
    Ramya Bala said...
    Wow dear,sounds to a gr8 recipe,I have nt tried kitchen king,would luv to try soon after hearing from so many ppl...
    SriLekha said...
    good entry for the event and it look yummy!
    Laavanya said...
    A very different, creamy gravy with no onions.. I've cooked once before with pumpkin puree and it was surprisingly good - must try this too.
    sowmya said...
    wow..looks so delicious..nice entry..
    Priti said...
    This is something different ..looks yummy..sure going to try this.
    Swati Raman Garg said...
    what a new variation ... must try haan
    notyet100 said...
    this looks nice one for thevent..never tried gobhi with cabbage and lauki,.,ne w one for me//
    VEGETABLE PLATTER said...
    Het that looks really delicious .. very rich N tasty
    Dibs said...
    .....now I am feeling really hungry! its raining awards... Congrats to you on so many!! Thanks for giving me an award as well!
    Shreya said...
    Hi Sireesha, I passed the same awards to you, and you passed them back to me!:-) The curry looks too good. Great recipe, and entry.
    Asha said...
    Gobi Muttar looks brilliant, slurp!

    Thanks Sireesha, enjoy your awards too. Take care, hugs!:))
    Trupti said...
    gobi mutter looks very delicious. I never tasted this curry. Thanks for sharing the recipe and for passing awards to me.

    Congratulations for all awards.
    Meera said...
    Gobi mutter looks delicious. Congrats on your awards. Thanks for thinking about me.
    vandana rajesh said...
    Nice post sireesha..Thks for passing on the award to me.
    notyet100 said...
    thnks for the award,..will pas it soon...
    Purva Desai said...
    this dish is new for me....Amristsari Gobi...it looks rich...
    Congrats for all the awards you deserve it....and thanks for sharing it with me
    Usha said...
    This is a very unique recipe,looks delicious.Congratulations on all your awards and thanks a lot for mine :)
    Sukanya Ramkumar said...
    Hi
    Ur gobi mutter sounds so good. congrats on ur awards and thank u for passing me one of them....

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