Blog Posts - Vegetable Gravies



Cabbage Kofta Curry, Cabbage Dumplings In A Creamy Gravy

          I didn't mean to take a break, it's so happened that I got a little busy on a couple of days and then as usual it took me a while to get back to the habit. Today's post is a simple and delicious kofta with cabbage,...
by Aromatic Cooking on Dec 11, 2016

Cauliflower Posto, Cauliflower In Poppy Seed-Mustard Gravy

          Both the daughter and I like Bengali food, we love their dum aloo, kachoris and their vegetable curries in mustard gravies. Previously I used to use regular vegetable or sunflower oil instead of mustard oil, but rec...
by Aromatic Cooking on Jul 18, 2016

Palakottai Mangai Curry, Jackfruit Seeds And Mango Curry

          The next dish that I tried this time with the bag of Palakottai/Jackfruit Seeds that I bought was this  Palakottai Mangai Curry/ Jackfruit Seeds And Raw Mango Curry. Both mangoes and jackfruits are in season ar...
by Aromatic Cooking on Jul 11, 2016

Badanekai Yennegai, Karnataka Style Stuffed Eggplant Curry

          Jowar Roti With Badanekai Yennegai ( Stuffed Eggplant Curry ), ever since I came to know about this combination, I was waiting to make it. Why waiting, when I could have made it the very next day, well, I wanted to...
by Aromatic Cooking on Jun 30, 2016

Mushroom Capsicum Kurma, How To Make Mushroom Capsicum Kurma

          Mushroom is another vegetable which I pick up once a week or 10 days, it's so easy to cook and goes very well in curries, stir-fries and pilafs/briyanis and it tastes good either alone or in combination with other v...
by Aromatic Cooking on May 17, 2016

Dum Aloo With Coconut Milk- Vegan, No Onion And Garlic

         When I was surfing the net for a recipe for green peas kachori ( stuffed puris ), I came across this version of Dum Aloo with Coconut Milk. I already have two versions of Dum Aloo/Aloor Dum on my blog, one using curd...
by Aromatic Cooking on Apr 20, 2016

Gatte Ki Sabzi, Curry With Besan Flour Dumplings

              Gatte Ki Subzi is a famous Rajasthani dish, always part of the traditonal Rajasthani thali (lunch ). I had tasted it a few times, when we tried Rajasthani food ( in a restaurant ), but unfortunately I...
by Aromatic Cooking on Apr 11, 2016

Matar Nimona, Fresh Green Peas Curry

          I was just browsing through some food blogs, was not actually looking for this recipe, in fact I didn't even know about Matar Nimona but somehow I landed on this dish. But after that, when I checked the web, there a...
by Aromatic Cooking on Mar 16, 2016

Soy And Zucchini Curry

          Today's post is going to be a simple curry with soy granules and zucchini. A simple paste with cashews and melon seeds gives the curry a nice creamy texture. Soy, being rich in protein, paired with zucchini makes a...
by Aromatic Cooking on Feb 19, 2016

Green Grapes Gojju/Curry

           Couple of weeks back, I had bought some green grapes, but they turned out to be too sour that we couldn't eat them as such. I had to do something with it or it would finally find its way to the garbage bin. I...
by Aromatic Cooking on Oct 30, 2015

Vazhaithandu Kootu, Banana Stem Curry

           Vazhaithandu/Banana Stem, when I see a good one in the market, I never fail to buy it, but there are only a couple of dishes that I do with it, a pachadi, poriyal and this kootu. It's a simple dish, once you'r...
by Aromatic Cooking on Aug 13, 2015

Avial, Mixed Vegetables In Coconut Gravy

          Avial, again another favorite, usually served in restaurants along with adai. But whenever I made Avial at home, I usually liked to eat it with rice along with some pappads. But then later, I started liking this oth...
by Aromatic Cooking on Aug 5, 2015

Vegetable Sagu, Vegetable Curry For Rava Idlis

          Vegetable Sagu, the first time I had this with rava idlis was so many years back, of course, back then, I didn't know anything about vegetable sagu, but I just loved it with the rava idlis. It's a simple and easy di...
by Aromatic Cooking on May 28, 2015

Eggplant And Paneer Curry

          I make paneer at home, at least once in 2 weeks, since my daughter likes it very much and mostly instead of doing a curry with paneer alone, I cook it along with some vegetable. I usually add capsicum, peas, spinach...
by Aromatic Cooking on Apr 16, 2015

Vegetarian Thai Red Curry

          Another cuisine that I like is the Thai Cuisine, though, being a vegetarian, I can taste only very few dishes, I love their Red Curry, Green Curry and Pad Thai. We can make these curries at home, we get readymade Re...
by Aromatic Cooking on Mar 30, 2015

Poori Urulaikizhangu Masala, Potato Curry

          Poori Urulaikizhangu, whenever I make pooris ( which is not often ), this is the side dish that I make with it. Though we can serve pooris with chana masala and kurmas, in my house this is a favorite. This is an eas...
by Aromatic Cooking on Mar 23, 2015

Lasooni Palak, Garlicky Spinach

          Lasooni Palak/Garlicky Spinach, as the name suggests has loads of garlic in it and we all know that spinach and garlic go together very well. I have made a puree with the spinach and then cooked it with garlic and o...
by Aromatic Cooking on Feb 23, 2015

Parwal ( Potol, Pointed Gourd ) And Potato Curry

          Parwal/Potol/Pointed Gourd, we don't use it much in South Indian cooking, but I have seen it widely used in North Indian curries. I have already made Potol Posto, a Bengali dish with this vegetable, this is the seco...
by Aromatic Cooking on Feb 3, 2015

Vegetable Stew With Coconut Milk

          As I had mentioned in my previous post, I had made this Vegetable Stew to serve with the Appams. There's this restaurant called ID (the I and D stands for idli and dosa respectively) in Chennai, my daughter and I, b...
by Aromatic Cooking on Jan 12, 2015

Spinach Curry

          I am really late at posting this month's challenge for the 'Shhhhh Cooking Secretly' event, I was paired with Amrita Iyer of The Food Samaritan. She had given me spinach and yogurt/curd as the two secret ingredients...
by Aromatic Cooking on Dec 23, 2014


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