Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Spring Onion Sabji|5 Ingredients or less

My post for the second of the Blogging Marathon here for the theme Ingredient or less.
Ingredients
2 bunches of Spring Onions or scallions
2 Tomatoes
1 tea spoon chilli powder and Garam masala
salt to taste
1 tea spoon oil
Method
Grind the Tomatoes and onions from the spring onions and keep aside.
chop the leaves of the scallions or spring onions.
In a pan add one tea spoon oil, ground onion and both the powders and stir for few minutes.
Then add the leaves and fry for a minute
Then add the tomatoes and salt and stir for few minutes until the raw smell goes away and becomes little thick. Add a little water if required to extend the consistency.
Serve hot with ice or Roti's.

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16 comments:

Smitha said...

i like the flavor very much!...will go yum with parathas!

Vardhini said...

This is new .. never thought about making subzi.

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Rajani said...

I have a bunch of spring onions to finish. good idea to cook them

vaishali sabnani said...

different....n looks good:)

Jane said...

Spring onions and tomatoes would be a great combination!

Priya said...

Sabji looks excellent, a prefect pair to enjoy along with rotis.

jayasree said...

Liked your idea of grinding tomatoes and the onions. I usually cook all these as it is.

Srivalli said...

Nice one!..

Hari Chandana said...

Quick and delicious recipe.. looks absolutely perfect !!
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Harini said...

never tried making a curry out of spring onions! sounds flavorful!

Cool Lassi(e) said...

Lovely Sabji! Looks truly tempting!

Sensible Vegetarian said...

This curry looks so flavorful and delicious.

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

Yum, that looks great !!!

Suma Gandlur said...

A perfect one for idlis / dosas.

Pavani said...

Such a simple and delicious curry.

Anonymous said...

nice subji!!!what Garam masala do you use?

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