Thursday, October 14, 2010

Mixed Vegetable Sabji

"You know it is time you went on a diet when your brother starts calling you names like MRF tyre".

Doesn't matter he always called me names.I tried to pacify myself saying that maybe the medicines are taking the toll or that I just look bloated but I am not.Sadly,the mirror and the weighing scale are honest beings and don't usually lie..sigh.

So the moment I was back from my 4 days Ekm trip,I chalked out a diet plan.A very strict plan.It's been 4 days and it is still going strong,so I hope next time he calls me Polo mint or something.So don't be surprised if you see only the so-called healthy stuff on Easycooking.It is tough,no doubt.I sure seem like someone on vengeance while doing my morning walk and Ajay wonders if I would destroy the weighing scale one of these days for not showing me the weight I want to

I tried out this Cauliflower Sabji from DK's blog but with slight modifications.I added some Broccoli and Green Capsicum too.Tastes great on its own to munch away and even better with rotis.So if you are dieting or not,this one's a pretty quick and easy sabji you can whip up in no time!!

Mixed vegetable Sabji
Adapted minimally from Chef In You


Cauliflower - about 250 gms,cut into florets
Broccoli - about 250 gms,cut into florets
Tomato - 1,chopped
Capsicum - 1,chopped
Cumin seeds - 1 tsp
Asafoetida - a pinch
Cumin-coriander powder - 1 tsp
Haldi - a fat pinch
Salt to taste
Oil - 1 tsp
Coriander leaves - to garnish


Wash and clean the cauliflower and broccoli florets.
In a kadai add a tsp of oil and splutter the cumin seeds,take care not to burn.
As soon as the cumin starts becoming aromatic,add in the spices and tomatoes along with the salt.Cook for 1-2 minutes.
Now add the florets and  capsicum and give it a good toss.
Close the lid, lower the heat to low-medium and let it cook for about 8-10 minutes or until the vegetables are just cooked enough[We like the veggies a bit crunchy and not too soft,so cook accordingly].
Add the coriander leaves and serve hot!!

Off this goes to Priya for this month's Tried and Tasted event which features DK of Chef in You this month.An event originally started by Zlamushka and now taken over by Lakshmi.


  1. Looks fingerlicking divya...fantastic clicks :)


  2. Luv ur version of dry curry...with brocolli extra healthy n tasty

  3. mixed vegetable curry looks very delicious n love the combination os veggies in it


  4. thats a very nice click and sure goes well with rotis!

  5. I know what you are talking about Divya! It takes a jolt to make one realize that its time to shed the excess baggage. Walk away those kilos gal, wish u luck!!

    This sure is a wholesome veggie dish, everyday gourmet cooking is eating something like this..

  6. Oh that is healthy :)

    BTW you are not at all fat dear.. You look just right :)

  7. MRF tyre... lol... Your brother has a wicked sense of humour :-)

    A simple, quick and yummy sabji.

  8. Woww wat a prefect way to sneak veggies, healthy sabji, thanks for sending to T&T..

  9. Good luck with your diet Divya. Sabji looks mild and healthy.

  10. Nice looking sabji,would love to have it with rotis.

  11. sabzi looks yum,..combo of broccoli an cauliflower looks yum,.

  12. love it! it looks great. Been a while since I visited ur space. and it was not for want of trying. Somehow the blog would not load completely..its happened a few times actually.Ive missed some awesome creations ..

  13. Delicious curry!!! love the addition of brocoli


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