Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Tangy drumstick curry (Shevgyache Bhaji)

A typical side dish in our house. Recipe off course by my MIL :-). Just love the taste of a gr8 combination of tamarind, jaggery and drumsticks. One should try this tangy drumstick curry.


Drumsticks - 7-8

Fresh coconut -1/2

Roasted groundnut Powder (Danyacha Kut) - 1/4 cup

Goda Masala - 2 teaspoon

Red chilly powder - 2 teaspoon

Tamarind paste - 2 tablespoons

Jaggery - 1 tablespoon

Salt to taste

Fresh coriander for garnishing

For Tempering

Oil - 2 teaspoon

Mustard seeds - 1/4 teaspoon

Asafetida - 1/4 teaspoon

Turmeric powder - 1/2 teaspoon


Grate the coconut. Wash drumsticks and make 4 pieces of each stick. Pressure cook Drumsticks for only one whistle. Do not cook drumsticks very soft. It should be little hard. Heat a kadai and make tempering of given ingredients. Now add drumsticks and sauté it. Then add red chilly powder, goda masala, salt, tamarind paste and jaggery. Mix it well. Cover it with lid and cook for five minutes. Then add Roasted groundnut Powder and grated coconut and mix well. Garnish it with fresh coriander.



Any gravy with drumstick,it makes it so flavorful! Very nice recipe

Priti said...

Yum ..looks very good ..

zareena.b said...

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Alpana said...

New recipe for me.....sounds great. Thanks for sharing.

Poonam Borkar said...

wow..shevgyachi bhaji..my favorite one..cant wait to try it :)

Priya said...

Wat a flavourful bhaji,lovely dish.

R said...

looks so yummy!

Aarthi said...

Awesome..Thanks for posting this..First time here..I am your new follower..Do check my blog sometime..


Jayashree said...

Love the ingredients that you've used.....drumsticks take the taste of any dish up a notch.

Maayeka said...

very delicious and tempting curry...
Happy to follow you :)

samidha said...

Just tried this for dinner..aani it was awesome. super duper easy and sooo yummm...
next time you could try adding curry leaves and 1/4tsp of methi for tempering( i did that)...it gave an added sharp taste..
me suddha blr madhye rahanari ek maharashtrain aahe ani tumchi site regularly follow karat aste for some authentic maharashtrian dishes :)

Khaugiri said...

Hey Thanks Samidha! I'll definitely try ur changes :-)
We can meet some time for sure.

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