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Query from: soumya, usa, 07/24/02
Topic: COOKING      Submitted on: Ammas.com
hi amma, give recipes of currys which can be taken with chapati. aloo curry by lunch time gets hardened in microwave.

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Response from: Kiran ,   
Council Member on Ammas.com
Dear soumya, With chapathi, you can take palak paneer, mixed vegetable curry, vegetable korma, any kind of dal, rajma(red kidney beans) curry, green peas curry, potato-blackeyed peas curry etc. For that matter, any gravy curry goes well with chapathi. Here's how I cook potato-blackeyed peas curry for chapathis: Potato - 1 large Black-eyed peas - 3/4 cup(soak for 2-4 hrs and pressure cook) Onion - 1(cut into small pieces) Green chillies - 2(cut into small pieces) Turmeric - 1/4 tsp chili pdr - 1/4 tsp rasam pdr - 1/2 tsp mustard seeds - 1/4 tsp jeera - 1/2 tsp salt - to taste oil - 1tbsp coriander leaves - fistful

Boil potato, peel skin and cut into medium pieces. Heat oil in a pan, add mustard, jeera seeds and when they splitter, add onions, green chillies. Fry till they turn transparent and add potatoes and beans, turmeric, salt and cook for few minutes. Add some water if necessary. Now add chili pdr and rasam powder and cook for 2-4 minutes and add chopped coriander leaves. Remove from heat.

Enjoy.

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Response from: Kamala Swaminathan,   
Council Member on Ammas.com
Hi Sowmiya,

You can have tomato thoku, mixed vegetable curry, dry dhal.

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Response from: rajyalakshmi immaneni,   
Featured Member on Ammas.com
soumya, here are few recipes which goes well with chappatis. Gobi/cauliflower curry. For this u require one gobi,grind one small onion,shajeera,half inch cinnamon,cardomom(1),cloves 3, ginger garlic paste,peppercorns few,green chillies 2, coriander pwd1/2 tsp.grind coarsely keep it aside. separate the florets from the its stalk and deep fry them in oil till it becomes golden brown in color. Now take kadai add some oil(2tbsp)now add little chopped onion fry it and add tomotoes and cook it for sometime.Now add the ground masala and fry it till the raw smell goes away.Now add the fried gobi and little water .salt to taste and close the lid and keep it in a low flame for 15 mins.Lastly sprinkle coriander!

Second dish is simple one.With onions and tomatoes. If u run out ofvegs then u can try this one. For this u require 2-3 tomotoes,one medium onion firstly,fry onions in some oil after onions become translucent add tomatoes and cook until done meanwhile add salt,turmeric pwd and red chiliyy pwd.Lastly u can add garam masala pwd.ready!

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Response from: Usha Gurnani,   
Council Member on Ammas.com
You can get many of these recipes from my home page http://www.ammas.com/amma.cfm?ichef…

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Response from: Happy Momma,   
Council Member on Ammas.com
Soumya,

Even your aloo curry, can be made soft. All you have to do is just add a little more water to the curry. So while making it will still be gravyish, but when you heat it, it will come to the right consistency. Also if you like you can add a little besan to the curry. This will make your regular aloo curry like a gravy dish.

Anyway, there are a lot of side dishes you can take with chapatti. You can just add a little tadka, and steamed carrots and cook. Just add some fresh grated coconut, stir for a few seconds, add salt and mix, and have this is chapati too. This is a nice nutritious side dish. You can make this with beans, cabbage, beetroot etc. I have the recipe in this page : http://www.ammas.com/chefs/showreci…

You can make baingan bhartha. I just love this and it goes well with chapattis or even plain basmati rice : http://www.ammas.com/chefs/showreci…

Or you can just fry okra, add salt and chilli powder and have it with chapattis. Or you can try this okra curry : http://www.ammas.com/chefs/showreci…

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