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Navaratna Curry

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Written on 11:53 AM by Mrudula

Ingredient
· 100 grams (4 oz.) french beans.
· 100 grams (4 oz.) carrots
· 100 grams (4 oz.) potatoes
· 100 grams (4 oz.) cauliflower
· 100 grams (4 oz) capsicums
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· 100 grams (4 oz) paneer
· 100 grams (4 oz.) cashewnuts
· 100 grams (4 oz.) raisins
· 100 grams (4 oz.) green peas
· 2 tomatoes
· 1 teacup curds
· 4 tablespoons ghee
· Ghee for deep frying
· Salt and sugar to taste
· Silver papter, pineapple pieces and few cherries for decoration.
To be Ground into a paste
· 6 cloves garlic
· 2 green chillies
· 4 kashmiri chillies
· 25 mm (1") piece ginger
· 2 teaspoons coriander seeds
· 1 teaspoons cumin seeds
· 1 teaspoon shah-jira
· 3 cardamoms
Procedure
· Cut the french beans, carrots and potatoes into small cubes.
· Cut the cauliflower into big pieces
· Boil the french beans, carrots, cauliflower and green peas
· Deep fry the potatoes in ghee
· Cut the paneer into small cubes and deep fry in ghee
· Cut the capsicums into long strips
· Grind the tomatoes with very little water
· Whip the curds
· Heat the ghee in a vessel and fry the paste for a little time
· Add the tomatoes and curds and fry again for a few minutes
· Add the vegetables, cashewnuts, raisins, paneer pieces, salt and sugar and cook for a few minutes
· Decorate with pieapple pieces, silver foil and cherries

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