Cabbage & Peas Stir fry



Ingredients:-
Cabbage finely shredded - 2 cup
Frozen Peas - 1/2 cup
Grated coconut - 2 tbsp
Green chillies chopped - 3
Ginger chopped - 1 tbsp
Asafetida - 1 pinch
Salt to taste
Oil
Dried red chilli - 1
Mustard Seeds


Method:
  • In a coffee grinder,crush green chillies and ginger to a paste
  • Heat oil in a pan ,add mustard seeds,let them pop up
  • Add chilli-ginger paste and asafetida and toss for a few seconds
  • Add shredded cabbage and peas.
  • Sprinkle in salt and sauté till they turn soft and translucent
  • Pour in a few table spoons of water and cover it with a lid
  • Cook it in a medium flame,add water in between if necessary,for 5 -7 minutes
  • Sprinkle grated coconut and toss it for a minute or so
Serve hot

Cheers!!!

36 comments:

Preeti Kashyap said...

I love the way the curry looks...fresh,pleasant and lush green.The cabbage has been shredded so well. Thanks for visiting my blog:)

Erica said...

Great vegetarian recipe!!! Perfect for my husband :)

Sarah Naveen said...

Thnx Preeti and Erica!!!

Sailaja Damodaran said...

nice click,my hubbys favs...

Raje said...

Yummy!! will a lovely side with puri.

Priya said...

Such a gorgeous stir fry, looks delicious Sarah..

priya said...

i would love to have this with rice and a fish fry :) my all time fav.Looks grt dear.

Simply Life said...

Wow that's so creative to use the coffee grinder! I love it!

Sanghi said...

Delicious!!

Gita said...

The curry looks tasty...I too make this curry at least once a week...I sometimes even add some boiled black chicpeas to this curry :)

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

looks lovely...

Shri said...

Gosh!Wonderful presentation, Sarah!The curry looks great

Bharathy said...

This is exactly the way we make the thoran too :)...
GLAD to see a girl form Changu... :D :D
.. your recipes sound very much Kottayamish..
and you already have all of my favourites here..:)
Keep rocking!..LOVE your place!!! :D

Sushma Mallya said...

looks very healthy & simply sarah..Nice click

Prathibha said...

hmm..I made cabbage today...wat a coincidence na??
looks yummy..

Jaleela said...

நல்ல பதிவு கேன்சர் நோயாளிகளுக்கு மிகவும் நல்லது கேபேஜ்

Lena Rashmin Raj said...

helloo Sarah.. :) i love this upperi..bt never addds mutter in that..surely i will try this version..den its 6th month.. :)tall more about uu..come in gtalk..my id is lena.pj@gmail.com

shanthi said...

Simple yet lovely and even I do it the same way. Its delicious with yellow and green

Anncoo said...

I like this...simple, healthy and tasty!!

my kitchen said...

Ur Cabbage fry is close my mom's version.But she won't add ginger.My favorite & Looks Delicious.Do visit my blog when u find time.

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow....simple and delectable recipe....

Sarah Naveen said...

Thank u all!!!!

Lone Acorn said...

Thats such an easy sabji to make with hot rotis and dal. A simple yet sumptuous meal.

Balakrishna Saraswathy said...

I can have these just with plain steaming rice my dear...i will make these for lunch today..

Happy cook said...

I love cabbage like this, mom used to make minus the peas.
It was there a lot in my lunch box .
You have a lot of super delcious recipes here, love that pork vindaloo in the earlier post.
And the rest of the delcious dishes too.
I must look through all of them.

Elise said...

This looks so much more tasty than I could have made !

Shwetha said...

Hi Sarah,

This is my first visit to your blog and just wanted to say that you have a great blog out here.
Will definitely visit again.
On a completely unrelated note - can I substitute chicken for the pork in the vindaloo recipe? Or is that a no-no?
Let me know. Thanks!

Sonia said...

Cabbage looks so delectable [:)]

lissie said...

loved the finely shredded cabbage...gorgoeus click! I sometimes add peas, but the recipe is a bit different. yours sound really tasty!!

Sarah Naveen said...

Thank you all..I know its a bit different from usual one..I love the taste of ginger in almost all dish :)
Thnx Shwetha,Happy cook ,Lone acorn and elsie for visiting my blog

Sarah Naveen said...

Shwetha..You can dfntly try Vindaloo with chicken too..
My mom makes chicken vindaloo and beef vindallo as she stopped eating Pork...
But i believe Pork vindaloo has a special taste beacuse of the fat content..

*sangi* said...

Nice version!..xllnt presentation!..yellow&green combination makes the pic more beautiful..udne try cheyythe pattilla!

Superchef said...

Ahh..this is the easiest and tastiest way to make anything with cabbage! the picture is good!

Aruna Manikandan said...

Hi Sarah,
My daughter loves cabbage a lot
I haven't tried with ginger
let me try it out see

Sarah Naveen said...

Thnx Sangi,superchef and Aruna...

A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

This is one of my favorite quick curry. Looks delicious.

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