This is the easiest kurma one can make. There is no doubt about its taste. The best part is it goes well with everything; let it be Dosa or Chapati or Rice.
Peas ¾ cup
Tomatoes (Big) 2
Onions (Medium) 1
Coriander and Pudina Leaves Few
Ginger Garlic Paste ¾ tsp
Chilli Powder ¾ tsp
Coriander Powder 1 tsp
Cumin Powder ¼ tsp
Garam Masala ¼ tsp
Cumin ¼ tsp
Oil and Butter
Chop onions lengthwise into fine pieces. Chop Tomatoes into 4-6 pieces.
Grind Tomatoes to a smooth paste.
Heat Oil and Butter in a Pan. Add Cloves and Cumin. When Cumin starts crackling, add Ginger-Garlic Paste. Few seconds later, add Coriander & Pudina Leaves and chopped Onions. Fry till onions turn slightly brown.
Now add Tomatoes. Fry till the Oil separates. Now add all the Powders, Peas, Salt and Water. Cook till done.
Serve with Chapati. This can also be served along with Vegetable Biryani or Dosa.
Notes: Use Juicy Tomatoes. Make sure they are not very sour.
Sending this recipe to Radhika’s Let’s cook series: Subzis for Rotis
and Dishit out- Tomato & Chilli of Kaarasaram