Vegetable Masale Gojju

MIL makes this wonderful curry to go along with anything from Dosa to Chapati and everything in between!! We love it. It is rich and spicy and can satisfy any palate craving something savory.

We will need,

Mixed vegetables     2 cups
Coconut grated         1/3 to 1/2 cup
 Oil                              4 tbsp
Mustard seeds             1/4 tsp
Jeera                           1/2 tspSalt to taste
Lemon juice to taste

Grind to paste: 
Onion                        1 small ( chopped and toasted )
Garlic                        3 cloves (optional)
Ginger                        1/2" piece
Coconut grated          1/4 cup
Cinnamon                  1" piece
Clove                         5-6
Poppy Seeds              1 tsp (toasted and coarsely pound)
Green Chillies             5-6 or according to taste
Coriander                   a small bunch
Mint                           about a handful
 
Method:
  • Heat oil in a thick bottomed pot. Throw in the mustard and Jeera. Once they stop spluttering pour in the masala paste. Bring it to a boil.
  • Throw in the vegetables. Cover and cook till the vegetables are tender- crisp. 
  • Adjust salt. Squeeze the juice of half a lemon and serve hot with Rice/Roti/Dosa

11 comments:

akshata said...

I love your recipes and your blog is absolutely wonderful :) For this recipe, do you grind the coconut too? If not, when do you add it in the recipe....thanks,

LG said...

chennagide ri. Onion garlic hakalla naanu, ee sarthi try madbeku nodi.

R Sudhir Kumar said...

Ah! mouth waters!! It shoul be great with Appam

Kannada Cuisine said...

Thanks Akshata.. You actually grind coconut with the spices. It is optional though.

@LG...howda.. nannu without onion garlic try madbeku hagadre..

@Sudhir.. I m sure Appam will be great with this one.. i m drooling at the very thought.

Hari Chandana said...

Gojju looks absolutely tempting and perfect !!

Sush said...

even I make it similar.., but as LG said.., without onion, garlic & ginger :) Looks good Smitha

Kannada Cuisine said...

@thanks Hari..Sush

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Dr.Sameena Prathap
said...

Hi,

Lovely masala...:)Lovely clicks too...:)

Dr.Sameena@

http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

Vani said...

Reminds me of saagu. Looks yum!