Saturday, October 18, 2014

Danyachi Usal/Maharashtrian Peanut Curry

After going through my yesterday's post, you might have guessed that today's post might be an another North Indian side dish, yes you are rite. Today's post comes from Maharashtra, this dish is very simple to make, a fasting food of this region. No onions,tomatoes or garlic is used in this curry,obviously a quick dish to make. Actually while i was going through one of the Tarla Dalal's cook book called 'cooking under 10minutes' i noticed this simple peanut curry. Peanuts are my favourite, i never think twice to make dishes with peanuts as i like it very much. When i went through this dish, the simplicity of this dish attracted me immediately and the best part of this dish is there is no chopping, so no tears while chopping onions. A simple grounded paste with coconut,green chillies and ginger is much needed to bring the flavor to this easy breezy dish.Sending to MLLA#76 guest hosted by Nupur, event by Susan and Lisa..

Danyachi Usal, Maharashtrian Peanut Curry

This usal have an incredible coconut flavor and this dish tastes absolutely delicious when served along with both rice and rotis. The pressure cooked peanuts brings the crunchiness to this dish and whoever love peanuts in their curry whille definitely fallen in love with this quick Danyachi usal. If you want a quick,simple and delicious side dish for your rice or rotis, just give a try to this dish and you wont ever regret for this lipsmacking dish. Actually this Danyachi usal is our recent favourite and i have already prepared twice at home to have with rotis.Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#45. 

Danyachi Usal, Maharashtrian Peanut Curry, Vegan Peanut curry

1/2cup Raw peanuts
1/2tsp Cumin seeds
1no Green chilly (finely chopped)
2tbsp Chopped coriander leaves

To grind:
1/2cup Grated coconut
3nos Green chillies
1inch Ginger (chopped)

Take all the ingredients given under to grind as fine paste.

Meanwhile pressure cook the peanuts with one cup of water upto three whistles, once the steam released, drain the water and keep aside.

Heat enough oil, let crack the cumin seeds, add the grounded paste and cook for few seconds.

Add the peanuts, a cup of water, salt and bring everything to boil.

Cook until the curry turns bit thick, put off the stove.

Garnish with chopped green chillies and chopped coriander leaves.

Serve warm with rice or rotis.


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

Such a simple gravy. Anything with peanuts tastes great.

Srividhya said... Reply To This Comment

Its a totally new curry for me with peanuts. yum

Unknown said... Reply To This Comment

Yummy recipe and of course I want to male this one but having no idea.will try this soon

Nammi said... Reply To This Comment

love tarla dalal's recipes :). have to try this soon ....have a nice weekend

Hema said... Reply To This Comment

Anything with peanuts is welcome, surely going to try this..

Sona said... Reply To This Comment

Have to try this simple curry, looks really delicious.

Unknown said... Reply To This Comment

Lovely recipe...

Magees kitchenworld said... Reply To This Comment

Looks Super delicious

Angie's Recipes said... Reply To This Comment

Peanut curry? That's new to me, but it looks very tasty!

Mayuri Patel said... Reply To This Comment

that sounds like a very delicious and filling curry.

Srivalli said... Reply To This Comment

The side dish sounds very simple to assemble priya..good one..

Unknown said... Reply To This Comment

This is so tempting easy to make usal :) I remeber trying them for my maharatrian thali :) looks delicious aks !!

Harini R said... Reply To This Comment

Wow! Love boiled peanuts and I am sure this curry will be loved by my family!

Pavani said... Reply To This Comment

That is a very interesting curry with peanuts.. Will have to try this some time.

Chef Mireille said... Reply To This Comment

quick and flavorful

Jayashree said... Reply To This Comment

I too am a big fan of peanuts....add them to almost everything I make. This gravy sounds simple and delicious.