Jan 23, 2012

Rajasthan Kaddu Ki Subzi / Pumpkin Subzi / Sweet and Sour Pumpkin / Pumpkin Curry – Rajasthani Style

 
Hai Guys..Hope you had a wonderful time in checking all my previous weeks marathon recipes..I am giving you a consolidated list right now so if you miss anything you can check it now…


This week I am upto post rajasthani recipes…I hope you will surely like it..Todays recipe is gonna be a wonderful pumpkin dish..And it has a sweet and sour taste to it..It is so quick to make, it will take around 20 mins to make, that’s it..


This is my DAY 1 recipe for BM which falls in the theme Seven days of Rajasthani Recipes….Hope you like it and let me know what you think..

Ingrediants:

Pumpkin – ½ kg peeled and cubed
Onion-1 chopped
Garlic -3 cloves chopped
Dry Red Chilli – 2
Cumin Seeds / Jeerakam – 1tsp
Fenugreek Seeds / Methi / Vendayam – ½ tsp
Chilli Powder – 1 tsp
Turmeric Powder / Manjal Podi – ½ tsp
Amchoor Powder / Dry Mango Powder – 2 tsp
Sugar – 1 tblspn
Salt to taste
Oil- 1 tblspn

Method:

Heat oil in a kadai. Add cumin and fenugreek seeds in that. Add dry red chilli and mix well.

Add garlic and onions and mix well. Saute for 2 mins. Add turmeric, chilli and amchoor powder and mix well.

Add pumpkin in this and mix well Saute for 2 mins.

Add salt and sugar and mix well. Pour some water and mix well.

Cover and cook for 10- 15 mins or untill the pumpkin is cooked.

Serve hot with roti or rice.

Pictorial:
Take all your ingrediants
Scoop the seeds out of the pumpkin and peel the skins off
cut them into cubes
heat oil
add cumin and fenugreek
add dry red chilli
garlic
and onions
saute for few minutes
add turmeric
chilli
and amchoor powder
saute well
add in pumpkin cubes
and mix well
add salt and sugar
and mix well
add a splash of water
and mix well
cover and simmer
untill the pumpkin is cooked
Serve
YUMMY

66 comments:

  1. Nice recipe! Looking forward to ore Rajasthani recipes

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  2. Love your step by step pic.. Happy to join you in BM

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  3. Step by step presentation s awesome....nice clicks....yummy recipe

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  4. Now that fall is over, pumpkins are very scarce around here. You are lucky that you still have some where you are at. This curry looks delicious and it looks like the start of a wonderful theme-yum!

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  5. Very good Aarthi..looking fwd to your collection of recipes!

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  6. yumm!!! delicious! thnx for share!! :-)
    hugs!

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  7. Delicious recipe dear....sounds inviting.

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  8. Como siempre me encantan tu receta. Eres una referencia para mi de la cocina de tu país. Veo que tu web la has renovado y salen todos los platos a los lados. Me encanta y se me hace la boca agua de verlos. un saludo y que tengas una estupenda semana.

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  9. Lovely round-up. You've been creating!

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  10. I have been looking some different ways of cooking pumpkin. Bookmarking these!

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  11. I have a pumpkin in my pantry today, will try this new way of making the subji.
    Love Ash.

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  12. i love pumpkin and this is a GREAT dish

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  13. always made sambar out of pumpkin. This sounds delish as well!

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  14. Hi arati, first time here you have a beautiful blog with wonderful recipes, sweet pumpkin curry looks very delicious lovely step by step photos too

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  15. superb recipe dear....luvd the way u did

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  16. superb recipe dear....luvd the way u did

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  17. Pumpkin is supposedly the healthiest of veggies.. I hardly make them at home.. However this recipe seems delicious. Will try it.!
    My event- Valentines Day Special

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  18. A wonderful pumpkin dish, I like all your spices and you've posted very helpful photos!

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  19. pumpkin is the most popular vegetarian curry we eat in the Caribbean...can't wait to try this version.

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  20. Wonderful looking subzi..inviting.

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  21. I must say this looks wonderful.
    Rita

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  22. Love rajasthani cuisine. Would love to follow your marathon this week.

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  23. Nice curry dear, your pictorial presentation, great as usual, following U, do drop by space sometime.

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  24. So beautiful and flavorful! Thank you for sharing~

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  25. Pumpkin is something i have been missing i dont know how to cook this recipe looks like a gr8 find for my search will def try this one

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  26. hi aarthi, wow i love pumpkin. yours looks delicious especially chili hot.. have a nice day, sorry i came late, internet problem..
    pumpkin looks really good huh

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  27. hi aarthi, wow i love pumpkin. yours looks delicious especially chili hot.. have a nice day, sorry i came late, internet problem..
    pumpkin looks really good huh

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  28. You have had quite a marathon of recipes! I really like that you made savory pumpkin instead of sweet today!

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  29. Yummy looking subzi...looks delicious.

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  30. I have some pumpkin and will surely try this.

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  31. Subzi looks yummy and a nice one too.
    Thanks for visiting my site and i'm already following u and have done many dishes of urs.

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  32. One of my fav dishes Aarthi..Perfectly made.

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  33. The pumpkin curry looks so delicious and comforting!

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  34. i really like red pumpkin too... ususally make sambar wth it, this is new...nice recipe :)

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  35. nice curry...never tried making it this way..will try

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  36. great recipe...completely new & interesting..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  37. I have some kaddu and am trying this out soon

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  38. Addition of amchur seems to make it different than the SouthIndian version.

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  39. Love that it has sweet n sour taste in it. I think I would have this with roti :)

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  40. dude, i'm so on this! we've had a pumpkin sitting on top of the fridge for a month now and I haven't felt inspired to do anything with it. I am inspired!

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  41. Delicious sabzi, one of my favourite too.

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  42. Hi Aarthi

    I enjoy browsing through your blog. What makes it interesting is the step by pictures. Please do continue with the pictures. It is easier that way and I keep coming back to your blog just for that.
    By the way, I am from Nagercoil too, living abroad. Best wishes.

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  43. the word i'm looking for is "parivu"[in tamil] , to describe your posts..


    the word is loosely related to compassion.. but nothing like saying "parivu".. this one word has escaped from over-usage/corruption..

    god bless you and your loved ones dear!

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