Salgam ki Sabzi |Turnip Curry

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Salgam ki sabzi ,Today's recipe is one of my MIl's recipe and it taste perfect in those cold days.The other week of Blogging Marathon has started and my theme for the week is Family Recipes.I will be sharing some of my family favorite recipes.When I look back in my index I could find that most of my everyday family recipes are still not there.




One of them dish is Salgam ki sabzi or turnip dry curry.In winters we would always make this mild and delicious curry and it goes well with roti or plain paratha.



The salgam sabzi recipe is quite simple and you need only few ingredients for the same.One more recipe of turnip that I have on my blog is this winter special pickle.




Blogging Marathon#60

Theme-Family Recipes
Dish-Salgam curry
Source-MIL

Ingredients:
250g turnip/salgam,sliced
1 onion,sliced
1 tomato,chopped
2 green chilly chopped
1 teaspoon cumin seds
1/2 teaspoon turmeric powder
1 teaspoon coriander powder
1/2 teaspoon red chilli powder
salt to atste
1/2 teaspoon garam masala
2 tablespoon oil
1/4 cup coriander leaves,chopped

Method:
Heat oil in a pan or wok.Add cumin seeds and sliced onions.Saute till onions are brown.
Now add sliced turnips.Cook covered till turnips are tender.
Add tomatoes and green chilli from the sides of pan.Now add all spice powders and salt.
Mix well and cook till tomatoes are done and oil comes out from the edges of pan.
Remove from heat and garnish with coriander leaves.



Serve hot with roti.



Serve-4       Cooking time-25 minutes

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Best regards,
Sapana Behl

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13 comments

  1. Feel like taking away the plate ,sapana!
    Perfect dish to have this winter

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  2. Such a flavorful and delicious looking shalgam curry Sapana. Perfect for winter.

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  3. SHalgam ki sabji and winters take me back to my delhi / Chandigarh days !! this with some hot dal, rotis / punjabi style aloo parathas....... heaven :))

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  4. Never made sabzi out of turnips,looks yummy.Bookmarking to try.

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  5. Just need some rice to enjoy this lipsmacking curry.

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  6. I have never tried turnip in my recipes. This subzi looks so good..

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  7. what a delicious looking curry - turnip is not something I buy unless for a specific recipe - this looks like one I will have to try so put turnip on the shopping list

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  8. I have always wanted to try this one. Bookmarked.

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  9. The plating is so good..very nicely done.

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