Thursday, July 14, 2011

Kande Ki Sabzi /Onion Sabzi

Kande Ki Sabzi is a simple rajasthani dish which has unique and wonderful flavor that just got to be paired with Bajra ki Roti, Missi Roti.

This simple sabzi is prepared using onions, yogurt. Learnt this colorful rajasthani dish from snowmecurry.com




Ingredients:

Onions – 3 no
Clarified Butter or ghee – 1tsp
Green chillies – 2 no
Ginger garlic paste – 2 tsps
Cumin seeds– 1 tsp
Yogurt -1/2 cup
Coriander powder – 1 tsp
Turmeric powder – 1 tsp
Red Chiili Powder – As Required
Salt – AS Required
Coriander leaves to garnish 
Oil – 3 tsps

Preparation

  • In a bowl take yogurt, with ½ cup of water and mix well without lumps.
  • Now add coriander powder, turmeric powder, red chilli powder and mix the yogurt mixture well and keep aside.
  • In a pan heat oil and butter on medium heat.

  • When the oil gets heated add cumin seeds.
  • After they sizzle add ginger garlic paste and cook till raw smell goes away.
  • Now add green chillies and cook for 1 min.
  • Add yogurt mixture and mix well and cook till the oil floats.
  • Now add sliced onions and mix well.
  • Add water if required and cook onions for 15 mins on medium flame till the moisture has been absorbed.
  • Garnish with coriander leaves.
  • Serve with roti, naan or chapati’s.
Sending this to Flavours of Rajasthan hosted by Sonal originally started by nayna 



43 comments:

  1. WOW looks fantastic!!!!I love the addition of yougurt
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  2. This looks delicious...Never tried yogurt to onion curry...new to me..

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  3. I hve never made this! looks fabulous and perfect for rotis!

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  4. simple and delicious one, i recntly tried a similar one with besan and onion

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  5. Delicious...Perfect combination with roti and rice.

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  6. New recipe to me.Simple and yummy side dish for roti's! Looks fabulous!

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  7. Nice recipe ..specially when you run out of other veggies.

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  8. gud one...perfect with chapathi!

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  9. Simple, easy and a yummy flavourful curry, luv this anytime

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  10. This looks easy...Will make it today for dinner with missi roti!!

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  11. This looks really tempting, very flavorful :)

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  12. What a quick and yummy recipe..lovely combo with rotis!!

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  13. It's been ages like I ate this ...thanks for reminding ...looks yum :)

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  14. Fantastic, yummy gravy ready in a jiffy!!!
    Prathima Rao
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  15. This's a brilliant idea -- never tried anything like this before!

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  16. Simple yet looks so delicious... Would have been so flavorful...

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  17. Interesting Subzi.. Looks tempting..

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  18. Simply excellent.. Dad would love this..

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  19. Looks fabulous and perfect with rotis..yum

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  20. simple n yummy curry..nice side dish wid rotis

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  21. very interesting one...looks yummy n i like to have them with rotis rt now :)

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  22. Thanks I was wondering with just onions what do I cook for tomorrow! Problem solved.Thanks!

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  23. I never knew we could make a subzi only with onion. Looks so creamy and tasty. bookmarked. Going to try it very soon. Lovely recipe. loved it.

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  24. I have heard a lot about the kande ki sabzi.. never tried. you have motivated me .. bookmarked :D

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  25. This looks really tempting, very flavorful :)

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  26. Looks fab and a good side dish for roti and works good even as fillings..Sooper

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  27. very yummy ...tempting perfect with rotis and rice
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  28. very yummy ...tempting perfect with rotis and rice
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  29. I love onions in my curry and this curry with onions as the main ingredient looks delish.

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  30. my favorite curry with rotis and dosa's too, I made it in a different way, liked your flavors, will try like this.

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  31. Perfect curry for rotis and can be enjoyed with dosa's too.

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  32. This is a great idea for days when you run out of vegetables (which happens quite often with me!). Just onions and yoghurt... I have a feeling I'm going to resort to this recipe soon :D

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  33. wow. looks so delicious.try it soon.

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  34. dat looks easy...maybe i should try it..will bookmark this one!!

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  35. Quick one. Best when we dont have any vegetables.

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  36. OH .. This is yummy.. another version of thokku.. quick'y :)

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  37. So interesting and delicious sabzi.

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  38. That is so easy, quick and delicious! Perfect for the woman on the go!

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  39. Looks fantastic. I love onion curry and will try out your style with yogurt.

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  40. Lovely looking sabzi, looks awesome.

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