Mushroom & Mutter subji (vegetable) is very healthy and delicious vegetable curry to have with rice or chapatti. It is simple and easy to make. This serving is for two people. Double the quantity for four or leftovers. Weekly, fortnightly planners may also choose to freeze this dish for later use.
1 cup Mushrooms
1 cup Mutter (Green Peas)
1 cup Plain Yogurt
2+2 tablespoons oil
4 Cloves of Garlic
1 spoon Ginger
2 Green Chilies
1 spoon of cut Cilantro or Spring Onions for garnish.
Salt, turmeric, red chili powder and Garam Masala as per taste
1 teaspoon of Cumin seeds
Let’s start this amazing and fantastic curry.
- Add 2 tablespoon oil in a pan and sauté chopped onions for 3 mins.
- After the onions turn golden brown add grated garlic, ginger and chilies. saute for another 3 mins. Add salt.
- Add chopped tomatoes and sauté until pan leaves oil.
- Cool this mixture and grind to a slightly coarse texture. This is your gravy.
- Put 2 tablespoon oil in a pan and then add cumin seeds. Wait until they stop crackling.
- Add gravy in the pan with salt, turmeric and Garam Masala. Let the gravy sauté for 2-3 mins.
- Chop mushrooms in quarter pieces. Add yogurt, mushrooms & mutter (green peas) to the gravy. Let it cook for five minutes. When oil leaves the pan curry is ready.
- Garnish with cilantro or spring onion.
Enjoy this recipe and serve your family and friends. Don’t forget to write comments. Feel free to post pictures along with your remarks. Thank you for reading my recipes. See you soon with yet another culinary treat from my kitchen. Until then have a great time. Namaste!
— Rasila Mamtora
Rasila Mamtora loves nature because she believes nature is the only thing that keeps us alive. She feels the energy between all living things. Rasila is an Indian woman born in a small beautiful village named Limdi in Gujarat, India. She has lived in a large-joint family who care about each other. She recollects her Grandma treating her and her siblings with natural aroma medicine when they were sick. Rasila’s Grandma was a strong believer of ‘Au Naturel’. She feels she has inherited the trade genetically. Rasila feels God speaks every hour in nature and through its unlimited broadcasting system. “We must be willing to tune in. GOOD LUCK and don’t forget to smile,” she says.