Beetroot Sukka

A easy and tasty side dish to go with rice or chapathi.

Course:side dish
 Cuisine:karnataka, south indian
Servings :4 portion


Method:
Get all the ingredients listed under "For frying" ready.
Heat a pan, and dry fry* coriander seeds, whole pepper, fenugreek, fennel seeds, cumin seeds.
When they are almost fried, add the dry red chillies.
Remove it from flame.
In same pan add a little oil, garlic and half of the sliced onions.
Fry till the onions start turning brown.
Switch off and let the mixture cool down.
Add ¼ th  grated coconut, tamarind, and grind the mixture to a semi smooth paste in a blender.
Meanwhile wash, peel and chop the beetroot into bite size pieces.
Heat some oil in a deep pan, and fry the remaining onions to golden brown.
To this add chopped beetroots curry leaves, salt and fry on a high flame for another 2 minutes while stirring occasionally.
Add the ground paste, stir well, reduce to a low flame.
Add ½ cup water Cook with the lid closed for 10 minutes.
Open the lid If the consistency is too dry, add a little water.
Switch off the flame  serve hot with chapati or rice.


Method:
Get all the ingredients listed under "For frying" ready.
Heat a pan, and dry fry* coriander seeds, whole pepper, fenugreek, fennel seeds, cumin seeds.
When they are almost fried, add the dry red chillies.
Remove it from flame.
In same pan add a little oil, garlic and half of the sliced onions.
Fry till the onions start turning brown.
Switch off and let the mixture cool down.
Add ¼ th  grated coconut, tamarind, and grind the mixture to a semi smooth paste in a blender.
Meanwhile wash, peel and chop the beetroot into bite size pieces.
Heat some oil in a deep pan, and fry the remaining onions to golden brown.
To this add chopped beetroots curry leaves, salt and fry on a high flame for another 2 minutes while stirring occasionally.
Add the ground paste, stir well, reduce to a low flame.
Add ½ cup water Cook with the lid closed for 10 minutes.
Open the lid If the consistency is too dry, add a little water.
Switch off the flame  serve hot with chapati or rice.



Aps Note:
You can add mushrooms, potato or paneer to this recipe instead of beetroot it tastes really good!

Happy Cooking!
Apsso

Comments

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