Wednesday, 30 January 2013

Mili-juli subzi

Mili-juli subzi is an combination of seasonal vegetables & Paneer cooked on milk, creamy onion-tomato gravy

Ingredients required

  • One cup of quartered onions
  • 2-inch ginger piece
  • 6 pods of garlic
  • 11/2 cup tomato puree (made from three tomatos)
  • 2 tsp dry kasoori methi 
  • 2 cups of mixed chopped vegetables like carrot, green peas, capsicum, Beans, baby corn, cauliflower
  • 1/2 cup of boiled, de-skinned potatos, quartered
  • 1/2 cup of paneer, cut into thick slices
  • 1/4 cup milk/ cream
  • 4 tsp butter

Nattukodi pulusu

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Now coming back to our awesome pulusu,  pulusu is most important liquid meal of Andhra cuisine.  The major component added  in any 'pulusu' dish is Buttermilk/Imli, in order to impact a sour taste. This watery sour stew used to be prepared by villagers during sankranti festive.   Country chicken is cooked with onion, tomato, imli, kaalimirch and other home available ingredients on mud pots.  Though cooking on mud pots takes a longer time (than indalium-based or aluminium based cookwares) the claypot impacts a heavenly flavour on the dish, by itself.  The food cooked on mud pots is quite refreshing and does not need too much of fat/oil to do the sauting,, so  I must say that mud pot is a 'blessing in disguise'

     Though I didn't find a place to look for country chicken here at hydi, I did find a mud pot  :)  :)  I hereby, finally present u  broiler-chicken mingled with traditional pulusu spices, cooked on  simmer flamed mud pot.

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