Monday, November 15, 2010

Boondi Sabzi




I hope you all have had a Wonderful Diwali , this festive season thought of doing this boondi sabzi which is little different ,this is a quick Amazing no onion no garlic sabzi that I tried last week and was really happy how everyone liked it :)....and I loved the way it turned out so yummy , just try it and fall in love with it :)...

Ingredients


1 Cup Crispy Boondi

2 Tomatoes


1/4 cup Tomato juice (Del Monte)


2 tsp grated ginger


2 green chillies


2 Boiled Potato cut into cubes


1  Green Capsicum (finely Chopped)


1/2 tsp haldi


 1/2 tsp chilli powder


2 tbsp Coriander leaves


1/4 tsp garam masala


1 tbsp oil


salt to taste


Method
  • Boil 2 tomatoes and then peel and grind it and then strain it for a puree.
  • Mix salt and pepper to the cubed parboiled potato and fry till crisp , drain and keep it aside. Now add the chopped capsicum in the same pan fry for 2 Min's and drain and keep it aside with the potatoes
  • In a pan add  oil then add grated ginger,  green chilli and fry for 2 min then add tomato puree , Tomato juice and fry till it leaves out oil.
  • Now add haldi, garam masala, chilli powder and fry well  and cook for 1-2 mins.
  • Add the fried potato and capsicum to it and continue frying add little water if needed and continue cooking for 2 mins. 
  • switch off the gas and add boondi then mix well and lastly garnish with Coriander leaves. Excellent Side dish for Chapati ..just loved it.



84 comments:

  1. I hope I am the first one to comment. Great!

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  2. Sabzi looks colorful and delicious.. Gr8 shots !!

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  3. I never knew Boondi could be used for dishes. I had boondi ke laddo during celebrations in the temples.

    A sabzi without onions.. I never did it before.you were out for a long time. What happened?

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  4. This onionless quick sabzi is bound to be a hit Sush. Hope you had great fun during festivals

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  5. hey its looks soooooo wonderful-- very delightful looking

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  6. This boondi sabzi looks yumm. Hope you had a beautiful and funfilled Diwali.

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  7. Looks really yummy...really a saver when we dont have veggies in hand...I have a pck of boondi,might be I will try soon..

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  8. Hi Sushma
    Hope u had a lovely time with your family
    I love boondi raita very much .Can't wait to try this interesting sabji

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  9. Great sabzi and quite simple to prepare, looks so yum..

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  10. Mmmm...! The sabzi is equally nutritious and snacky! It's very colourful too!

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  11. Hey,
    The sabzi looks great...a nice snack...:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  12. Boondi I use is either boondi laddo or dahi boondi . will try this tomorrow and post my review.

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  13. Very new to me n innovative recipe...yummmmmmmmmm

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  14. Hey Sushma, Boondi sabzi never thought of it ever before. Great effort must say Clap Clap !!

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  15. This is total new dish for me.Never knew we could make a side dish with boondi...Looks great!!

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  16. For me also new, and it looks so so good.

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  17. Sanzi with boondi looks awesome and should be delicious with rotis

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  18. Its a gud recipe... luks delicious too... nd ofcourse a saver dish tht vthout onion garlic super

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  19. Boondi sabzi looks delicious Sushma. I love adding crispiness of boondi in a onionless curry.

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  20. Welcome bk Sushma..hope u had a lovely break.
    Boondi sabzi looks really tempting..quite similar to papad sabzi!

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  21. Boondi Sabzi is quite new to me ..... looks colorful and delicious !!

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  22. Bundi sabji looks really delightful..

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  23. Oh wow.. this is a very different idea and looks so yummy too :) great going :)

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  24. wow looks so simple and delicious!! very creative as usual :))

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  25. This seems to be a very interesting dish with boondis and veggies..It looks delicious!

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  26. Delicious sabzi, never know that boondhis can be turned very well as sabzi, thanks for sharing Sush..hope u had a wonderful break..

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  27. Very interesting recipe..looks so yum, it will be a great appetizer.

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  28. Very unique and tasty sabzi!! I love boondi, so I know I will love this ;)

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  29. very new to me...and delicious!!

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  30. my son loves boondi crazily, so I have to try it out, bookmarked.

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  31. Oh wow ove this recipe, and bundi subji looks mouth watering!!

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  32. boondi sabzi looks colorful. i have never thought that boondhis could be used as a sabzi. amazing!

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  33. i never heard about this sabzi , sounds different first time i heard about boondi sabzi

    sushma u are so talented

    good morning have a nice day

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  34. Thanks all of you for dropping by, try this subzi,very easy and yum

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  35. Pic is so nice esp the first time,Am sure it tastes good too

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  36. Adding potatoes n capsicum is great idea. love the sabji recipe

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  37. great looking sabzi. I also do it but in a diff. way. yours look yummy!

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  38. very innovative dish !

    will surely give it a try.

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  39. Thanks for all your lovely comments..

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  40. Boondi is my all time fav,so yum

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  41. Boondi sabji looks absolutely delicious..am saving it for later :)


    US Masala

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  42. Sabzi with boondhi! wow...looks so inviting dear.

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  43. That really does look good enough to eat :-). It is a gorgeous photo and a delicious sounding dish. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  44. Love the idea of this, Sush! Creative..

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  45. I've pretty much fallen in love with all of your cooking and this looks as good as any - yum.

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  46. Wow this is very very innovative..looks so delicious and i will attempt this soon.

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  47. Hope you had a wonderful Diwali Sush...

    Boondi and Sabzi is a new combination, crispy, colorful and yum.

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  48. Very innovative!!never tried boondi sabzi..new one to me sush..will give a try, thx for sharing!

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  49. Uhhhh, am really salivating here Sush! What a lovely dish! :D

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  50. Nice way of using boondi,looks nice

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  51. Thanks for all your wonderful comments...

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  52. Dint think boondi cud be used in a sabzi...very innovative

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  53. You are always very creative..looks so delicious..

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  54. Looks simple and delicious. I can even take that for my lunch :)

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  55. Nice picture.... i am planning for a long time to make this sabzi.

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  56. Even without onion or garlic, this looks like it has great flavor!

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  57. Interesting sabzi sush .The color is so pleasing as well .

    http://sanscurryhouse.blogspot.com

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  58. Very interest! I bet this dish tastes wonderful.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  59. Thanks all of you for dropping by...

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  60. I love the flavors in this dish even though I am not sure about the boondi.

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    I am a huge fan of authentic cuisines, and I love your blog! Lots of great recipes and wonderful photos :)

    Clicking the "Follow" button as we speak!

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  62. Fantastic boondi subzi,looks absolutely delectable.

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  63. This really looks wonderful. Your food is always beautiful to look at. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  64. wow, looks delicious and great photos by the way :). Just one small question , whats a boondi?

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  65. This is a very unique dish...
    Bookmarked for when i dont have any vegetables!

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  66. U have some absolutely delicious stuff here!!
    I love ur garlic Maggi , i do the same too and this boondi sabzi is something i have never had !!
    love it:-)))

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  67. U have some absolutely delicious stuff here!!
    I love ur garlic Maggi , i do the same too and this boondi sabzi is something i have never had !!
    love it:-)))

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    no .21 , vanilla blushing snicker doodles!

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  69. So colorful dish! Love it! I've never tried it but I have no doubt I would like it.

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  70. Hi Sushma, yes it's tasty & quick subzi....& U know what it's common at my mom's place though she makes it with little gravy.....

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  71. Thanks for all your lovely comments...ya sure mia will do that

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  72. Looks delicious and tempting. Wonderful recipe. Nice and healthy dish.

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