Friday, May 4, 2018

Goan Sangacho Ross/Goan Drumstick Curry

You might have noticed that am cooking from Goan cuisine for this week's blogging marathon. Yes my theme for this week is Regional cuisine from a country. Though many regional cuisine do exists, i couldnt resist to go with Goan cuisine. This cuisine is particularly very interesting to explore as most of their traditional dishes are influenced by the Portuguese cuisine. Seafoods have their own place in Goan cuisine, however you can still find some aromatic vegetarian curries. While googling, i have crossed couple of delicious vegetarian and vegan dishes from this cuisine. Even i was surprised to see some dishes are seriously very simple to dish out with pantry friendly ingredients. Obviously i picked an aromatic curry from Pooja's space which is an easy breezy curry to cook and serve with rice and papads. Flavored with a special masala paste, this curry is also prepared with cooked dal.

Goan Drumstick Curry, Sangacho Ross


Interesting curry to give a try if you want something easy to cook and serve with your bowl of rice. A special masala paste is very much needed to bring the flavor to this vegan curry. No tempering is needed, even i was skeptical to give a try to this dish as tempering is a must for me. And this curry changed my mind, even without tempering this curry tastes absolutely flavourful and delicious. Drumsticks are excellent source of iron, if you want to add few more vegetables to this same curry, please go with. However i want to stick with the original recipe, hence i opted for Drumsticks. We loved this curry very much, trust me this curry is a must try as this curry is completely oil free.

Goan Sangacho Ross, Drumstick Curry

2nos Drumsticksn(chopped as medium size)
1/4cup Toor dal (cooked)
1/2 Onion (chopped)
Salt

To grind:
1/4cup Grated coconut
Small Tamarind piece
Jaggery ( a small ball)
4 Dry Kashmiri red chillies
1tbsp Coriander seeds
5 Peppercorns
1/2tsp Turmeric powder

Grind all the ingredients given under the list 'to grind' as fine paste with enough water and keep aside.

Boil the chopped drumsticks with chopped onion with a cup of water in medium heat until they turns soft.

Meanwhile take the cooked dal and the coconut paste together in a vessel, heat it. Now add boiled drumsticks along with onions. Mix well.

Goan Sangacho Ross

Add the drumstick cooked water,salt to adjust the consistency of the curry.

Let the curry gets well cooked for few minutes.

Put off the stove and serve hot with rice.

11 comments:

Chitz said... Reply To This Comment

Simple to make and they look so flavoursome :)

Sangeetha Priya said... Reply To This Comment

Finger licking curry :-)

Varadas Kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

I really like the playing and presentation. This post reminded me of my college days.

Nalini's Kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

The curry got a lovely color,perfect with steamed rice.

Gayathri Kumar said... Reply To This Comment

That fresh masala must have added such a nice flavour to the curry. Look yum..

Rafeeda AR said... Reply To This Comment

My girls will love this gravy, they are such big drumstick fans. Love curries with a ground masala paste, always has a lovely delicious...

Srivalli said... Reply To This Comment

Such a fantastic curry Priya, we too love drumstick and this is something I should make for my family!

Sandhiya said... Reply To This Comment

Goan drumstick curry looks fantastic. Sounds like drumstick sambar with few variations. Excellent find and the entire plate is very inviting.

Harini R said... Reply To This Comment

Beautiful cooking gravy with drumstick. The masala paste sounds so flavorful.

sushma said... Reply To This Comment

Drumstick curry looks yummy. Love Goan gravy curries. Coconut gives awesome taste to the dish.

Pavani said... Reply To This Comment

That is a delicious drumstick curry Priya. Spice paste must have added so much flavor.