Tuesday 3 December 2013

Sabzi Jaipuri/Jaipuri Sabji/Jaipuri Vegetables - Rajasthani Special

As I mentioned earlier about the IFC challenge and making some of the delightful Rajasthani dishes. Earlier I had posted the moong dal vadai, missi roti and now it is the Jaipuri Sabji. It is a very healthy sabji, creamy in texture and masala is infused into each and every piece of the vegetable. Now let’s move on to see the colourful, rich and creamy Jaipuri Sabji.

Here’s how to make Jaipuri Sabji/Sabzi with step by step photos…


Mixed vegetables [Peas, carrots, beans, corns, potatoes]
3 cups
Red chilli powder
1 tsp
Turmeric powder
½ tsp
Cinnamon sticks
1 inch piece
3 or 4
Cilantro/Coriander leaves
2 tbsp finely chopped
As needed
1 tbsp

To Grind

Coriander seeds/Dhania
1 tbsp
Cumin seeds/Jeeragam
1 tbsp
1 cup finely chopped
1 cup finely chopped
Cashew nuts


Wash and boil the potatoes until soft. Peel the potatoes, cube them and keep it aside.

Heat a pan and dry roast coriander seeds and cumin seeds. Now grind it in the mixer with little water along with onions, tomatoes and cashew nuts to a fine paste.

Heat oil/ghee in a kadai. Add the cinnamon sticks, cloves and fry till nice aroma comes out of it.

Now add the chopped vegetables, salt and saute for about 5 minutes.

Add the red chilli powder, turmeric powder, ground paste, 1 cup of water and mix well.
Cover and cook the vegetables in reduced flame until well done.

I boiled, peeled and cut the potatoes to cubes and added them when the other vegetables were almost cooked. After adding the potatoes, let it boil for another 4-5 minutes and then switch off the stove.

Finally add the washed and chopped cilantro to the sabji.

Delicious, healthy and yummy Jaipuri Sabzi is ready to be enjoyed, serve it hot with Missi roti or any roti or chapathi.

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  1. Delicious veg side dish and its perfect on the day we go meatless.

  2. Super veg gravy! love the step by step clicks

  3. Yummy mixed vegetable gravy.,. love to have with phulkas..

  4. Jaipuri Vegetables Sabji is Superb! Thanks for sharing.

  5. wow.. yummy Jaipuri subji.. looks nice..

  6. It looks delicious...Perfect with hot rotis.

  7. They look just bought frm restaurant.. yummy n easy to make..

  8. Looks very delicious and flavorful.

  9. a very flavorful and super delicious mixed veg from jaipur.

  10. Very healthy mixed veg curry

  11. flavorful and tasty sabji.. :)

  12. sabjijaipuri is looking delicious! :) U make me drool often Priya

  13. super spicy and flavorful sabzi..looks so yumm!

  14. Love this with chappathis........looks awesome

  15. Very tasty. So nicely prepared.
    Thanks for sharing.

  16. very very flavorful and delicious sabz jaipuri :) very well made so nicely explained :)

  17. Looks so creamy and yummy ! I'm making this :)

  18. Awesome sabzi.. Sure it is a perfect pair for rotis..


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