Sunday, August 15, 2010

ONION FLOWER FRY













































































INGREDIENTS

Onion flower : 250 gram
Potato : 2 pieces (medium size)
Tomato : 2 pieces (medium size – finely chopped)
Salt : 1/2 tsp (as per taste)
Green chilly : 4-5 pieces
Turmeric powder : 1/2 tsp
Chilly powder : 1/2 tsp


PREPARATION

• Cut onion flower and potato into small pieces
• Heat 5-6 tsp of oil in a kadai
• Pour the onion flower and potato in kadai and stir it well for 15-20 minutes
• Add green chilly, turmeric powder, chilly powder and salt and mix it properly
• Add the chopped tomatoes and stir it again for 4-5 minutes
• Cover the kadai for 5-10 minutes
• Serve it hot with roti/paratha

30 comments:

  1. luks very delicious,perfect for roti...

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  2. Thank you dear wish you the same...the dish looks too tempting...My all time favourite dish...

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  3. Sounds interesting and thanks for the wonderful "INDIA" comment

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  4. Simple & yummy, and happy independence day to you too babli

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  5. I just found your blog & can't wait to give some of these recipes a try. I have the ingredients for this one on hand . . . maybe tomorrow I will try it. So delicious looking. I am always looking for lovely recipes with Indian spices & traditions. It is sometimes hard to find good ones here in the US, but getting easier on line. Thank you for the gorgeous pictures!!!! So wonderful to have found you. Be well.

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  7. looks great, thanks for INDIA comment, excellent idea Babli

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  8. A simple and easy dish which make drool here dear:)

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  9. Simple and yummy dish .Looks fantastic

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  10. Babli, thanks and same to you. I love this dish...lovely pics...

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  11. hey happu independence day to u too dear..thats such a lovly image.. thanks :)btw is it spring onions?...anyways the fry looks new to me and nicly presented...

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  12. That's a lovely and spicy and yummy fry! It's appetizing too! BTW, Happy Independence Day and I love that text-picture of India!

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  13. Loved your Independence day greetings.that is what's creativity.
    simple recipe yummy recipe.

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  14. Thanks for visiting my blog n leaving your lovely comments. First time here n I luv ur space.

    Cheers n Happy Cooking,
    Satrupa
    http://satrupa-foodforthought.blogspot.com

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  15. Simple n nice..love your presentation :)

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  16. peyanjkoli bhaja akhon kothay pele. oi die ami puro dinner kore felte pari. darun.

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  17. Simple and delicious dish! Looks great!

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  18. Looks nice....Thanks for visiting my blog dear...

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  19. kochi peyajkoli bajha darun lagche...dal bhaat diye kethe khoob bhalo lagbe
    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  20. Hy dear,
    Beautiful and very innovative recipe..I love this one too..
    Thanks for the warm Independece day wishes...:)

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  21. ye sab dekhkar bardast nahi hota ...man karta hai bas khaye jaoo ...khaye jaoo ................or babli ji ke gun gaye jaoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo,

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