Recipe: Tasty Dry Curry with Summer Vegetables

Dry Curry with Summer Vegetables. You can even add Cabbage,Spinach or any other greens too to make it even more healthier. Such a simple recipe but tastes absolutely delicious. Since I love crunch in the curry, I don't add too much of water while cooking the vegetables.

Dry Curry with Summer Vegetables Which kind of curry are you looking for? These dry vegetables are enjoyed not only as breakfast with Indian breads but also serve as main course dishes on their own. In a meal, sookhi sabzi is generally accompanied by dal, sambar or raita and are eaten along with bread and rice. You can cook Dry Curry with Summer Vegetables using 12 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook that.

Ingredients of Dry Curry with Summer Vegetables

  1. You need 1 of long eggplant Eggplant - small Japanese type.
  2. You need 2 of Green peppers.
  3. It's 1 of Onion.
  4. You need 1 of Tomato.
  5. It's 300 grams of Combined ground beef and pork.
  6. You need 1 clove of Garlic.
  7. You need 1 tbsp of Curry powder.
  8. You need 2 tbsp of Ketchup.
  9. Prepare 1 of Soup stock cube (optional).
  10. It's 1 dash of Salt.
  11. It's 1 dash of Grated cheese.
  12. Prepare 1 tbsp of White flour.

Many of the Indian sabzis are also prepared with green leafy vegetables. Green vegetables are a good source. Crispy okra (bhindi) served with a flavorful tomato curry is a mouthwatering side dish. You will sure to impress your guests with this unique dish!

Dry Curry with Summer Vegetables instructions

  1. Dice the eggplant and green peppers, and fry well in a generous amount of oil with finely chopped garlic. Transfer to a plate when it's done..
  2. In the same frying pan, add finely chopped onion and fry until wilted. Then, add the meat and fry until browned..
  3. Return the eggplant and pepper to the frying pan, add diced tomato and lightly fry everything..
  4. Add the crumbled stock cube, curry powder, ketchup, salt and flour..
  5. Sprinkle grated cheese to finish..

Half-fill a saucepan with cold water and add the potatoes and carrots. All of these are healthy and can be eaten on regular basis. This goes perfect with roti/phulka or tawa paratha. This can be served as a side with your dal-rice. Taste and adjust flavour with extra fish sauce/soy sauce and lime juice to hit a nice balance of salty and sour.

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