This is simple curry which satisfies all the taste palettes. The sourness from tomato, sweetness and creaminess from milk, bitterness from kasuri methi and spice from the green chillies.

Ingredients:-

Peas - 1 cup ( I used Frozen)

Potato -1 (optional)

Pepper powder - 1/2 tsp

Kasuri Methi – 2 tsp

Milk – ½ cup

salt - to taste

Oil - 3 tbsp

Coriander - 2 stalks

Curry leaves

Mustard seeds -1/2 tsp


To Grind:-

Tomatoes – 3

Ginger - 1 inch

Green chillies - 5



Method:-


If using dried peas soak in water for 6 hrs and pressure cook for 3 whistles.

Grind the ingredients under to grind to a nice paste.

Heat oil in the kadai. Add mustard seeds when it splutters add curry leaves then add the grinded paste and saute well till the oil separates.

When oil starts to seperate add kasuri methi leaves .

Add 1/2 cup water , peas and salt. If you are adding potato then boil it and cut it into small pieces and add it.

Cover it and cook under the medium flame.

Add milk and cook until the gravy becomes creamy.

Switch off the flame after getting desired consistency.


Sprinkle Pepper Powder and mix well.

Garnish with chopped coriander / cilantro

Serve with rotis , chapattis and pooris

28 Comments:

  1. sowmya said...
    subji looks yummy..good one..
    rekhas kitchen said...
    yum yum mi plate choostu chapati to tintunnatlu kala lo vunna he he heee
    LG said...
    I love peas in curries, this looks colorful and yummy Sireesha.
    rekhas kitchen said...
    sireesha tomato & peas curry post choosera method lo alaga vachindi yemiti edit script laga mere ala rasera porapatuna vachinda choodandi
    DEESHA said...
    soo simple yet soo flavourful
    Shama Nagarajan said...
    looks yummy........sireesha ur post content is displayed in coding format.......please do the change
    srikars kitchen said...
    nice entry sireesha... nice one... looks yummy...
    Sanhita said...
    This looks so yummy. Have to try it out.
    Priya said...
    Simply delicious...mouthwatering curry..but the text u have typed wsnt clear, dunno whether its just for me...hope others can see well...
    Mahimaa's kitchen said...
    simple yet rich dish. gr8 recipe Sireesha. cream would add more taste to the gravy. isn't it?
    G.Pavani said...
    it looks yummy
    have something surprise on my blog..
    Laavanya said...
    That's very different from what I normally make - looks great.
    mitr_bayarea said...
    Sireesha-

    the gravy looks so good.
    anudivya said...
    Milk is a very nice addition... love your curry.
    Uma said...
    yum! looks so colorful and delicious. Have a great weekend sireesha!
    Cham said...
    Dry methi and milk should bring a nice flavor. Good one
    n33ma said...
    I too make this and we like it with chappati
    Kalai said...
    Looks absolutely mouth wateringly delicious!! Peas and potato looks perfect with chapathi! :)
    Divya Vikram said...
    Nice addition of methi leaves..Looks tempting
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    Lakshmi Venkatesh said...
    superb combo. Very nice. I like it very much with chapathis.
    Adlak's tiny world said...
    looks tasty and yumm yr subji with that peas.
    Purva Desai said...
    Tomato and peas curry accompanied with aloos is my hubby's fav curry. It looks really delicious and this curry has always been comfort food for me...
    SriLekha said...
    happy to back again to ur blog after my break!

    its looking very delicious and yummy!
    raaji said...
    peas curry is my weekend food witha simple pulao........
    Vandana Rajesh said...
    A nice accompaniment for rotis. Will try it for dinner soon.
    Vij said...
    Gravy looks lovely! yummmy one!
    Sukanya said...
    Looks so yummy!!!!!!!!! Would like to pass you an ward, please collect it from my blog.

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