Monday, January 13, 2014

Oven stir fried Broccoli ~ Indian Style

I've never had too many flops as much as I tried cookies. This is my first try with Broccoli in oven, it came out too good. Though I've made pan stir fried broccoli some time back, this is something different. This is quite crispy and required very less oil. I've recently started cooking broccoli and thus yet to try other variations. 



Ingredients:

Broccoli 450g
Chilli Powder 1/2 tsp
Sambar Powder 1 tsp
Olive Oil 3 tsp
Salt

Method:

Mix Broccoli with the other ingredients.

Pre heat the oven at 180 deg C.

Bake/Cook initially for 10 minutes. Remove & stir and then allow cooking for 10 more minutes. Remove again, stir and then allow cooking for five more minutes or until it turn crisp and slightly brown.  (It took totally 25 minutes for me; I used frozen broccoli.)



This goes to Love 2 Bake event initiated by Sangee of Spicy Treats. We share oven baked recipes every monday. If you are interested, check out here.


8 comments:

priya satheesh said...

Yummy n Healthy..

Mythreyi said...

Adding Indian Spices to Broccoli makes it interesting. Like It!

Rafeeda AR said...

that's an interesting and healthy stir fry...

Sangeetha M said...

This is one of our family fav snack, love this kind of spiced broccoli any time...yours looks super crispy and colorful...Thank you so much for participating in Love 2 Bake!

Sona - quick picks/pick quicks said...

thats nice.,.healthy one !

Manjula Bharath said...

A very delicious gulit free roasted broccoli :) This one is my all time fav !!

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Uma Ramanujam said...

Looks so tempting. I prepare many times using cauliflower with the same ingredients and adds lemon juice to it.Looks delicious.