Friday, October 22, 2010

Dhingri Mutter

Most of my followers or my foodie bloggers would have know that am the mega winner of Food For 7Stages of Life hosted at Radhika's space, i won two cookbooks and one among those books was Punjabi subzis, i tried this dhingri mutter from that book by Tarla Dalal, this mushroom and green peas gravy tastes absolutely divine with rotis and even we loved it along with idlies and crispy dosas, i love Mrs Tarla Dalal's cook books much,when i won this book i was very excited to make many delicious subzis, this tomato based gravy with mushroom and green peas goes for an easy cooking process eventhough the ingredients goes for a bit long list...We loved this mushroom and green peas gravy very much along with ghee rice, yep both together goes prefect..

Dhingri Mutter

2cups Mushrooms (chopped)
1cup Boiled green peas
2tbsp Tomato ketchup
1tsp Chilly powder
1/4tsp Garam masala powder
2tbsp Cream
1tbsp Butter
Salt
Chopped coriander leaves

For Gravy:
1cup Onions(sliced)
1/2cup Tomatoes
2tbsp Melon seeds
1no Green chilli
2nos Dry red chillies
1tbsp Ginger
4nos Garlic cloves
Oil

Heat enough oil in a pan, add the onions given in the list for gravy and saut& until they turns golden brown, keep aside..Take the tomatoes, melon seeds, green chilli, red chillies, ginger and garlic in a pan with half a cup of water and cook in simmer flame for 15minutes, cool and keep aside..Blend as smooth paste this cooked tomatoes chunks and browned onions together..Heat again some oil, sauté this paste in simmer for 20minutes till the mixture leaves oil..

Now heat the butter in a pan, add the mushrooms, peas and sauté till the mushrooms gets almost cooked, add the prepared gravy, tomato ketchup,chilli powder, garam masala, chopped coriander leaves, cream,salt and enough water, bring everything to boil..put the flame in simmer and cook for few minutes or until the gravy gets thickens..

Serve hot with rotis, rice etc..


38 comments:

  1. sounds interesting. looks fabulous too. wud love to try this Dhingri mutter.

    cheers:)

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  2. congrats dear... and curry looks delicious..must really tasted well.

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  3. Hey that's a great recipe Priya. I liked the combo

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  4. wowwwwwww, the dish is lip smacking to say the least!! this one was on my to do list for ages and your recipe has been bookmarked. keep it up!

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  5. This one sounds new n interesting to me...looks so delicious

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  6. Congratulations Priya! Curry looks delicious...

    Pushpa @ simplehomefood.com

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  7. I love the name of the dish, interesting recipe priya!

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  8. Yummy Curry

    http://cookwithpia.blogspot.com/

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  9. Wow Priya! You did a great work this time. This is my favourite dish. Whenever I visit Mamma’s restaurant in Cochin I order Dingri Kajoo Mutter. Dingri mutter recipe explained by you has some changes however, it looks good.
    Congrats for winning the “food for 7stages of Life” event.

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  10. Dear Priya,
    I love her recipes too. And you can win more of her books by participating in my Only series of events.
    The curry looks divine and the melon seeds must have given the curry creamy and rich flavour.
    FOODELICIOUS

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  11. Yummy creamy curry which goes with anything!
    err i saw the pepper rice just 2 days back and now i see that under 3 posts!..
    whew! priya, u seem to be a born to be a blogger girl! :)
    Rock on.... :)

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  12. Hello! Even though I don't like green peas too much, this dish looks good! Maybe I can use lentils or something instead of green peas! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  13. congrats! looks like the perfect recipe to try!

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  14. Congrats on winning those cookbooks! Never tasted Dingri mutter, but saying the name itself makes my mouth water. Your pic proves thattoo!

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  15. Looks Delicious Priya!!! Yummy Curry with Hot Roti's!!!!

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  16. Congrats dear...yummy mutter curry,delicious and creamy gravy..

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  17. congrats on ur win! interesting recipe

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  18. Congrats dear u deserve it ....this new dish unique & looks great ...Happy to visit ur blog after a long time...

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  19. Love the name of the dish and curry looks delectable...

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  20. congs to u .curry is looking womderful

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  21. dhingri mutter looks so delicious ...delicious curry with very less ingredients ..yummy

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  22. Congrats on the win Priya!!
    Dhingri matar looks awesome..makes me drool!!!!

    US Masala

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  23. Congrats on the win. A very delicious recipe.

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  24. Dhingri mutter looks delicious Priya.

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  25. Congratulations dear..curry looks great!!

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  26. U deserve such a winning prize! The title itself sounds new and delicious dish!

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  27. Peas curry!!..it will be a hit in my house...will try soon! thanx Priya n congrats!

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  28. சூப்பர்ர் காம்பினேஷன்,நல்லா கலரா இருக்கு...

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  29. Nice recipe priya,would love to try this

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  30. The muttar dish is very tempting and appetizing! I'd have some with roti!

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