Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Sagu/Sagoo

Another lazy weekend just went by & i have been in the same mode, so no blogging at all.. if you noticed ;)..I hardly cooked anything elaborate and just made something very basic & we happen to have dinner out :D.. So here i am back with a very simple but tasty dish.
I learnt this dish from my sister & in fact everyone at home calls it Shanthi's Sagu/Sagoo :D..









Ingredients
1. Carrot - 1/2cup
2. Peas - 1/2 cup
3. Corn - 1/2 cup
4. Potato - 1/2 cup
5. Onion - 1 
6. Tomato - 1
7. Turmeric powder - 1/4 tsp
8. Oil - 1 tsp
9. Garlic paste - 1/2 tsp
10. Salt - to taste
11. Water - 1/2 cup


To Wet Grind
1. Coriander seeds/Dhania - 2tsp
2. Green Chillies - 3
3. Onion - 2tbsp
4. Coconut - 2-3 tbsp
5. Ginger - 1/4 tsp


To Dry Grind
1. Cloves - 3
2. Cinnamon - 1 inch
3. Fennel seeds/Saunf - 1tsp
4. Elaichi - 2
5. Poppy seeds/Khus- Khus - 1 tsp
6. Walnuts - 3


Preparation Time!!
1. In a bowl, take carrot, peas, corn, potato & sprinkle water on the veggies & pressure cook it for one whistle & keep aside ( You could use beans too.. i didn't have it so used corn instead )


2. Add the ingredients mentioned in the 'To Dry Grind' table to a blender. Powder it & keep aside


3. Take a pan. Take oil, add onions,garlic paste sauté till it turn translucent, now add tomatoes and turmeric. Cook till tomatoes are mushy





4. As the tomatoes are being cooked, take the ingredients in 'To Wet Grind' table and add 1/4 cup water and make a fine paste. Keep ready


5. Once tomatoes are cooked, add the boiled veggies and mix well.Let it simmer for 5 minutes..the add the ground wet mixture. Additionally add 1/4 cup water




6. Let it simmer for another 5-10 minutes. Add salt & the dry powder(Step 2) and mix well. Remove off flame..






Adjust the water as per the gravy consistency you like :).. This goes well with Puri/Chappati or Rava Idli/Dosa..You must have had something similar in hotels & is quite famous in Bangalore darshani's ..




Serving :  3-4 people
Duration : 40 minutes


Sending this to Pari's 'Only South Indian', Srav's Vegan Diet : Only Plant Based, Kalyani's Holi Fest colorful Palette and Gayatri's Walk Through Memory Lane hosted by Roshan









28 comments:

  1. This is such a flavorful n yummy curry...loved it's dry ing part...Saag looks more tempting n want set dosa now :)

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  2. Oh, this is so good! I love that dish!

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    1. Made something healthy for a change ;)

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  3. Yep! I did wonder coz you are one of those regular bloggers who manage to add exciting recipes daily! But I am glad to know that laziness is not something that only haunts me lol

    This is a wonderful recipe. Would love to have this with appams or rotis. Ah! and I am drooling :D


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    1. Nah!! u have company :D.. thanks rosh..will def put in my vote !

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  4. Creamy and yummy looking curry dear..

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  5. have heard a lot about this curry. never made it.. will try

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    1. Try this..its easy healthy & tastes great too!

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  6. wonderful preperation...with creamy texture....yum

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  7. I first tasted this in Bangalore, loved it with the rava idlis, though now I make at home, I still can never match with what I had in Bangalore, will try out your version..

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    1. thats true.. there s some magic ingredient in the darshini's :)

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  8. hi rasi....thank you for linking the recipe to WTML....we call this preparation a kind of kurma...like the colorful combination...

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    1. Thanks roshan :).. ya we make another variety like this for karma :)

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  9. yumm n delicious curry.....
    Maha

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  10. Lovely kurma......very delicious
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    1. Thanks pranjali.. Hopping now to see ur blog :)

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  11. Wonderful dish!! Bookmarked to try this :)

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  12. An all time favorite at my place with the Poori, looks well made. Thanks for linking it to my event.


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  13. Very interesting and yummy !! Perfect with rotis !! Thanks for linking to the event !!

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