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Green Apple And Cashew curry

These days my garden is full of  green as well as red sweet apples that is why i am posting apple dishes back to back this particular dish is very rich and awesome in taste , one must try it during Navratras as it can be consumed while fasting

we required ..
Green sour apples ....3-4 depend upon size ' cubed '
Potato.........2 cubed and fried
Cashew whole.......1/2 cup roasted
Raisins .................4-5 tbsp soaked
Dried apricot ........1-2 soaked and chopped
Hung curd .............1/2 cup
Fresh cream ..........3tbsp
Salt & pepper per taste
Sugar 1/2 tsp ' optional '
Oil ........1 tbsp & for frying
Ginger .......3-4" chopped
Green chili ......2 chopped
Cumin seeds.....1 tsp
Cardamom whole....1

Cinnamon stick...... 2"
Whole red chilli ........1-2
Saffron .........4-5 strings soaked in 1 tbsp of milk


Heat oil in a skillet I would recomend a nonstick one(you can buy one at Amazon store) , add cumin seeds , cardamom , cinnamon and red chilies.stir and add ginger and green Chilies in it. stir and add curd in it , you should be very careful while adding curd to prevent curdling. control heat (oil should not be very hot )
Add apples and cook for 5-6 min till apples change their colour and become translucent , now add all other ingredients and cook for another 3-5 min , add cream , mix the soaked saffron , serve hot with Missi roti or any Indian bread .

1. The dish can be made with proper makhani gravy also, it will taste awesome .

2. If apples are very sour and you want to balance the taste of curry then add sugar otherwise omit sugar , entirely upto you.

3. If you are using makhani gravy then omit saffron .



Ishee said…
Exquisite , I tried this recipe and came out so well Minal , keep posting such recipes

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