Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Gobi Musallam

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Ingredient's :

1cup gobi /cauliflower

1large onion

1 cup tomato puree

1/4 cup of milk

1 tsp red chilly powder

1 tsp ginger garlic paste

4-5 cashew nuts

1tsp garam masala powder

1tsp turmeric powder

1tsp panner grated

1 1/2 tsp coriander seeds

1 tsp cumin seeds

1 cinanmon stick

3-4 cloves

2 green chillies

Method:

1) In a pan dry roast coriander seeds, cumin seeds, garam masala whole (Cinnamon +cloves) & cashew grind the mixture together to make a fine paste.

2) Take cauliflower pieces and bring to boil along with some salt , when it is half done, remove from water and fry the cauliflower pieces till it becomes little brown .Keep it aside .

3)Take a pan , pour oil and ginger garlic paste, masala paste(1) and onion. Fry till oil is separated add turmeric powder, garam masala powder & chilly powder.Then add tomato puree add water if required. Add salt and reduce the flame, keep stirring to get the thick gravy.

4) Then add milk and cauliflower pieces, bring it to boil for 3-4 minutes. Serve hot with Roti/chapati with grated panner and rasins on the top. enjoy :)

42 comments:

A2Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

Cauliflower Musallam, looks absolutely yummy..

Nithya Praveen said...

Hey Mangala...nice post.I have never heard of Gobi Musallam....this is an interesting one.Addition of milk in Gobi is a nice idea.Bookmarked:-)

Prathibha said...

Its looking so yummy dear....perfect color..

Shama Nagarajan said...

lovely recipe

Priya said...

WOw wat a eyecatching colour!!lovely dish Mangala!!so yumm!!yummy !!

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Sounds very rich and love the name,gobi musallam:)

aquadaze said...

i love the look of the cauliflower...lovely colour!

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

A visual treat! Lovely simple dish...

Chitra said...

Wow, that looks yummy yumm!!Nice clicks as usual!!

Preeti Singh said...

Gobi musallam is looking so spicy...nice colour...will love eating with puries

Vani said...

What a lovely color of the gobi, Mangala!

sowmya aneesh said...

gobi musallam looks too good Mangala.love the way you have presented it.very nice recipe.and like always nice click:)

Ann said...

Looks very tempting and yummy

Malar Gandhi said...

Love gobi is all forms, picture looks great.

ARUNA said...

gobi looks very colorful n tempting Mngala!!!!

Gita said...

Wow...the curry looks very deliicous...this is a new one for me...I have bookmarked it to try it on later :)

Rush said...

u make the photographs more tempting than the recipe by itself
its a compliment :)

Vrinda said...

Never heard of this name before..liked the way u made this dish..looks yum and great gravy...

Pooja said...

Oh looks so delicious Mangala! Awesome shots too! I'm drooling over it now!

Varsha Vipins said...

Thats a new dish to me Mangalu..That gravy seems to have dried n sticken to the gobi..making it even more pretty n yum..:)

DEESHA said...

that looks absolutely delicious .. love anything that had gobi

Padma said...

That looks so delicious Mangala ...lovely color :)

kittymatti said...

such a unique dish! love the presentation!

LG said...

Color superagi ide..nodthane irbeku annistha ide nodi.

Sush said...

awesome click, lovely name.
Thanks for sharing.

SriLekha said...

wow! eye catching shots!
looks yummy!

Sakshi said...

Awesome....and my fave..

Parita said...

Wow gorgeous click!! gobi musallam is new to me, never used milk with gobi, interesting, thanks for sharing!

littletastebuds said...

Nice post.Never heard the name Musallam.Will try it.

Dhanya Nambirajan said...

Wow ,what a lovely dish. Never heard of Mussallam but sure sounds delicious.Have bookmarked this recipe:).

Vanamala said...

wow lovely color of the curry..nice recipe

Mangala Bhat said...

Thanks every1 ..keep visitng ur comments r very inspiring soo it means lot to me :)

Sharmila said...

Have never made this ... like the idea of adding milk. Must try. The snaps are absolutely awesome! :-)

Malar Gandhi said...

Looks yummm!!

Mangala Bhat said...

Thanks every1 keep visitng :)

Hari Chandana said...

Woww.. nice post..looks perfect and amazing clicks.. thanks for the recipe :)

Ramya said...

first time in u'r blog mangala!!U have a nice blog!!Especially the pictures..I wish I cud take pictures like this..Gobi musallam is a new dish to me..Mouthwatering!!

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Smitha said...

This is a new recipe for me. WIll try sometime

Priti said...

Looks so gud wonderful clicks dear

Pavithra said...

Hey mangala somehow i missed this post ..wow thats looking so good and tempting dear.. ur clicks are really great... Nice recipe too.. hav bookmarked it ...keep rocking

Akila said...

Nice Recipe. I have tried Gobi Munchurian but not this Musallam. Would give a try surely.