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MIX VEGETABLE 'DIWANI HANDI 'ANNKUT'
MIX VEGETABLE Diwani handi “ annkut”
Annkut is a special dish which my dadi 'GRAND MA' use to make next day to diwali “light festival of india” this traditional dish is accomplished with lots of vegetables infect she use to put all seasonal vegetables in it I have skipped a few of them …but this dish is awesome must try and let me know how you like it….
Potatoes-2 medium size
Carrots-2 medium size
French beans-10 to 12
Brinjals-4 to 5
Fresh fenugreek leaves-1/2 bunch
Fresh spinach leaves-1/4 bunch
Fresh coriander leaves-1/4 cup chopped
Red chilli powder-1 tsp
Turmeric powder-1 tsp
Salt – as per taste
Tomato puree-1/2 cup
Peel washes and cut potatoes and carrot in half inch sized cubes.
String, wash and cut French beans diagonally. Wash and slit brinjals into two. Peel wash and chopped onions, grind ginger and garlic into paste, wash and drain green peas.
Clean wash and chop fresh leafy vegetables. Chop green chilies.
Heat oil in wok adds onion and sauté till light brown. Add green chilli and ginger garlic paste and sauté for a min. add tomato puree and dry masalas and mix well. Now add curd and cashew paste in it.
Add all vegetables and simmer, covered, till the vegetables are cooked.
Add fenugreek leaves, coriander leaves and stir and cook for three to four minutes.
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