Dry Mixed Vegetable Sabzi
Dry mixed vegetable sabzi is an Indian dish that can be consumed with tortillas or chapati. In this recipe, the vegetables have been thinly cut for easy cooking and the entire cooking process is done on a gas stove. The vegetables used here are a great source of nutrition and are easily available.
For the ginger garlic paste:
- 1 inch ginger
- 6 garlic pods
- 2 capsicums, chopped
- 1 large potato, chopped
- 2 raw bananas, chopped
- 5-6 ridge gourd, chopped
- 2 onions, chopped
- 3 green chillies, chopped
- As required salt
- 1/4th teaspoon mustard seeds
- As required oil
- 12-15 curry leaves
- Put oil in a heated pan.
- Sprinkle some mustard seeds.
- Add curry leaves.
- Add onions and green chillies.
- Sprinkle some salt on it so that the onions don't burn fast.
- When the onions are slightly pink and done, add ginger garlic paste.
- After the raw smell of ginger garlic paste goes away you can add chopped capsicum and ridge gourd.
- Mix well.
- Add the chopped raw bananas like a layer on top.
- Add the chopped potatoes in the form of a layer on top of the raw bananas that were just added.
- Close the lid tightly to trap the moisture inside so that the banana and potatoes get cooked.
- After some time add salt and mix well.
- Close the lid once again if more cooking is needed.
- Switch off the flame after a few minutes and let it sit.
Nutrition in the ingredients used:
Potassium, sodium, magnesium, dietary fibre, protein, vitamin B6, sugar, iron, Vitamin C
Sodium, potassium, magnesium, calcium, iron, dietary fibre, sugar, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin B6, protein
Sodium, potassium, magnesium, iron, dietary fibre, sugar, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin B6
Same as above
Same as above and calcium
Same as above. It has some protein and no vitamin A
Potassium, sodium, calcium, vitamin C
Same as for cooked onions. It has protein and no vitamin A.
Carbohydrates, Fibre, Calcium, Phosphorous, Irons and vitamins like vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin B, vitamin E
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