Monday, November 12, 2007

Jeev Batana Bhuthi (Green Peas Curry)


Jeev Batana Bhuthi - Literal translation is fresh peas curry, is a dish that goes well with Rice or chappathi. Its my all time favourite !!

Ingredients:
Green Peas - 2 cups
Coconut - 3/4th cup
Red Chillies - 4
Corriander seeds - 2tsps
Tamarind - a pinch
Onions - 3
Mustard seeds - 1 tsp
Oil - 2tbspns

Method:

1. Roast red chillies in a little oil. Then grind together coconut, tamarind, Red chillies, corriander seeds to a fine paste.

2. In a pan add oil & add mustard seeds, when it splutters, ass the finely chopped onions & fry till transparent.

3. Then add the ground masala & saute for few minutes. Now add the peas, add little water & salt & let it simmer for 10 minutes till you get desired consistency.

Serve hot!! You can make this same curry with just onions or even tindora. Comes out great.

20 comments:

Asha said...

Sema, I love that masala ingredients, bet it tastes divine. Good one girl, thanks:)

Laavanya said...

That's really easy Seema and the coconut must make it really creamy and yummy.

Kribha said...

Recipe sounds like kurma ,but I noticed the variation of using tamarind in this. Maybe that's why u didn't use tomatoes. Looks yum.

Richa said...

wow! it's ur all time fav? then gotta' try it!
looks very tempting!

TBC said...

That looks good , Seema. Maybe I will try it out with tindora 'cos I don't like peas a lot:-)

Seema said...

Asha- Thanks.It tastes good!

Laav- Coconut & Corriander mixtures brings out a great flovour.

Kribha-This is a Konkani recipe Kribha...Tamarind just a tiny pinch.. even if u leave it no big deal.

Richa - Do try.. it's Yum!

TBC- Tindora comes out excellent too - just chop them & fry a little till 50% cooked & then add masala.

Ramya's Mane Adige said...

such a simple recipe!!! sounds great... thanx for sharing....

KayKat said...

Ok, I'm a general peas freak and am totally sold on this recipe. In fact, the gravy looks like something that would go well with a lot of different veggies!

RAKS KITCHEN said...

That looks very beautiful seema..Like it and will try it out some time..:))

Seema said...

Ramya- Thanks!

Kaykat- I have not tried this gravy with whole variety of veggies.. if u try let me know.

Raks kitchen - Thank you, give it a try sometime.

Happy cook said...

Wow peas with coconut. This is new to me, bet it was tasting good

sagari said...

curry looks sooo yummy seema i love onions so i will try to make curry with onions

Seema said...

Hi Seema, This is Seema writing to you. You have a nice blog and keep up the good work.The peas curry looks yummy and I will keep dropping by now that I have found you.

DEEPA said...

seema ...this is very yummy one ....looks tasty tooo

Nupur said...

That looks delicious! I usually have green peas in the freezer, so this dish would be great to make when other veggies are running low.

Seema said...

Happy cook- It goes well together,try it.

Sagari- They taste yummy with Onions!

Seema - Thanks for stopping & do drop by as often as u can.You have a great blog too!

Deepa- Thanks!

Nupur- Sure, peas comes in handy always.

Bhawna said...

good Seema, nice recipe for an instant curry, thats to with peas always available in the freezer.
Thanks

SMN said...

Hi
Lovely green peace gravy..

Sandeepa said...

That looks wonderful, I usually have packets of peas in the freezer. Shall try this next time

Laavanya said...

Seema, I made this last night with sorakkai and it was good. Tasted like pulikari that athai makes.