Thursday, 6 February 2014

White Vegetable Kurma Rcipe/Vellai Kurma Recipe – Restaurant Style/How to make White Vegetable Kurma with step by step photos and Video

I know most of you must have had Vegetable White Kurma in restaurants served as accompaniment for chapathis/rotis or pulavs/biryanis. Wondering how to make this delectable White Vegetable Kurma? It is made by grinding coconut, poppy seeds, coconut, milk and green chillies. This kurma has a rich and creamy texture and  a very healthy dish. Do check out other interesting Kurma Varieties here.  Also please like, share and subscribe to our Youtube Channel Priyas Virundhu

Here’s how to make White Vegetable Kurma with step by step photos…

Ingredients
Onion
1 big thinly sliced
Green chillies
5-6 slit lengthwise
Ginger & Garlic paste
2 tsp
Carrots
2 cut to 2inch pieces
Beans
12-15 cut to 2inch pieces
Cauliflower
8-10 florets
Potato
2 cut to cubes
Green peas
½ cup
Milk
¾ cup
Yogurt/Curd
2 tbsp
Mint
10-15 leaves
Cilantro/Coriander leaves
2 tbsp finely chopped
Salt
As needed

For Tempering
Oil
1 tbsp
Cloves
3 or 4
Cinnamon sticks
2
Cardamom/Elachi
3
Bay leaves
2
Fennel seeds/Perunjeeragam
½ tsp

For Grinding
Milk
¼ cup
Poppy seeds/Gasa gasa
2 tbsp
Cashew nuts
6
Roasted gram/Pottukadalai
1 tbsp
Grated Coconut
½ cup
Green chillies
2
Preparation time: 20 minutes                            Recipe Category: Main Course
Cooking time: 15 -20 minutes                             Recipe Cuisine: Tamil Nadu, India
Serves: 6-8
Author: Priya Anandakumar
Method
Wash and cut all the vegetables and keep them aside. Meanwhile soak the poppy seeds in warm milk for about 10 minutes.

Now grind all the ingredients mentioned under grinding along with the poppy seeds to a fine paste with required amount of water and keep it aside.

Heat oil in a pressure cooker, add all the ingredients mentioned under tempering and wait for nice aroma to arise.

Now add the onions, green chillies and saute until golden brown color.

Add the ginger & garlic paste and saute until raw smell vanishes.

Add all the vegetables, salt and fry for about 2 minute. Add about 2 cups of water and pressure cook for 1 whistle.

After the steam releases open the lid and pour the ground coconut paste and stir well.

Add the ¾ cup of milk, mint leaves, chopped cilantro and let it cook for another 5 minutes.

Finally add the yogurt and switch off the stove.

Super delicious, rich and creamy restaurant style white vegetable kurma is ready to be enjoyed.

Serve this white vegetable kurma with any kind of variety rice, white rice, chapathis, rotis, naans etc.

Suggestions:
I have made this kurma in pressure cooker, you can do the same in a pot except it takes more time to cook the vegetables.
You can add any number of vegetables, depending on availability.
Adjust the amount of green chillies according to your taste.
Other Kurma Varieties that might be of interest…
   
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46 comments:

  1. wonderful preparation dear ... comes out very well ...lovely and healthy sidedish

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  2. We too make something similar ...love them with chapathis and appam too...mouthwatering here...wish I could have some of these right now

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  3. a very well explained recipe. I would love this with idiyappam !

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  4. Tasty korma perfectly made priya. With Rotis perfect side dish.

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  5. my mom makes this often.. its been a long time since i made this.. looks too good.. :)

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  6. very tempting korma ....Def one of the south indian favourite..

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  7. Adding milk to kurma is a new one.. Will try this version soon...

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  8. luv this with chapathi.. my version too is same.. perfect..

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  9. Delicious creamy and up-notch kurma.

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  10. Healthy and tasty kurma!
    On-Going Event:'Cook With Coriander'

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  11. When I get tired of the same old method of cooking vegetables, new ideas don't crop up easily till I read the recipes by bloggers. Your recipe has got me all excited to try out the white curry base and add new life to the basic vegetables.

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  12. Always love this white kurma,tasty n yumm..

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  13. Delicious kurma ...very tasty

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  14. Thanks a lot to each and every one of you for all your kind and encouraging words....

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  15. Love having this kurma with crispy dosa

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  16. looks so tempting and a perfect side for chapathies!

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  17. Looks delicious. Very much tempting kurma

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  18. Looks lovely and flavorful!!

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  19. Thanks a lot to each and every one of you for your lovely comments....

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  20. I tried this receipe it came out very well. Thanks for ur receipe

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    1. Hi Iyswarya,
      Thank you so much for trying the recipe and letting me know, thanks a lot for your comments and your time....
      Please keep coming back...

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  21. wow yummy White Vegetable Kurma recipe you have shared..
    i will introduce it in my south indian restaurants in mumbai

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  22. I tried out ur white kurma recipe n it came out very well in taste...thank u dear for sharing ur recipe in such a way that everyone can prepare it without others help...really ur recipe was in detail...

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  23. I tried out ur white kurma recipe n it came out very well in taste...thank u dear for sharing ur recipe in such a way that everyone can prepare it without others help...really ur recipe was in detail...

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  24. I tried out ur white kurma recipe n it came out very well in taste...thank u dear for sharing ur recipe in such a way that everyone can prepare it without others help...really ur recipe was in detail...

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    1. Thanks a lot Latha for trying the white kurma and letting me know. Your comments are really encouraging and thanks a lot for your time.

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  25. Boiled or plain milk can be used ?

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    1. Please use boiled milk. thanks for contacting...

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  26. I just made this and it turned out very well. Thank u for sharing.

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  27. I tried out ur white kurma recipe and it came very well. thankyou.

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    1. Thank you so much for trying, pls keep visiting and suypport Priyas Virundhu

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  28. Hai ma White kreavi is super.. Ur maththod is awesome taste. I try it. Semma super. I like very much. Thanks ma..

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  29. Hai ma White kreavi is super.. Ur maththod is awesome taste. I try it. Semma super. I like very much. Thanks ma..

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  30. The service has always been very attentive whenever we've been there. As for value, entrees are about $10 but in my opinion well worth it, we've always left full and very satisfied. I've been craving their lunch buffet for awhile now so we plan on stopping in over the weekend! best restaurant in jodhpur

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