Hi friends, this is my new recipe that I hope you will love to try! As earlier I told I am a passionate cook. I am a vegetarian for last 8 years. When I left eating non-veg  my friends joked, “he is going to eat grass”. I laugh back. I was 17 when I realized becoming a vegetarian helps, and satisfies me.

I can prepare around 35 Indian recipes.  This is an easy 20 minutes recipe, quick to prepare and very delicious! I hope all the items I discussed here is easily available in any local market. I am trying to put all the names in English, if you are not getting the names, feel free to ask me. Thanks!

Photographed by Vikram Roy © Copyright 2013

Photographed by Vikram Roy © Copyright 2013

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Photographed by Vikram Roy © Copyright 2013

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Ingredients: (Serving 2) 

200 gm Tofu (Paneer/ Indian Cheese) (boil with vinegar before the main preparation)

25 – 50 gm green peas

5 baby potatoes, (peeled)

3 tsp olive oil,

2 red chillies,

1 small onion, (finely chopped)

2 tsp ginger garlic paste,

1 tsp zeera, (cumin)

½ tsp green cardamom powder,

½ tsp haldi or turmeric powder,

Salt, (to taste)

1 tsp garam masala or aromatic blend of spices,

2 tablespoon butter

Method:

Take vinegar mixed water in a pan and put peeled potatoes, tofu, and boil for 10 mins before the main preparation.

Take 3 tsp of olive oil in the pan, fry chopped onions for a minute on medium heat. When onions turn into reddish, add red chillies, garlic ginger paste, and cumin. Mix well. Put potatoes, green peas and tofu, fry on medium heat till it turns golden brown. Add turmeric powder, green cardamom powder, salt, and garam masala. Add green peas. Garnish with butter and mix it well. Boil for 2 minutes and serve happy meals.

Its 15-20 minutes easy preparation and very tasty vegetable dish specially for vegetarians. Please send me your feedback.

with love

Vikram

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About VIKRAM ROY

Hi, I am Vikram, a friend of you! I would like to take this opportunity of personally welcoming you to my blog! You can read my book “The Alchemist A Mystery In Three Acts” Available now on Amazon.com : http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005IDUD4C Always love, Vikram Roy

19 responses »

  1. Jamie Dedes says:

    Looks wonderful, Vikram. Think it would taste just fine if I used tofu instead of cheese. Yum! Thanks for sharing …

  2. Looks awesome Vikram! 🙂

  3. soumyav says:

    and I always love this! A common one from our traditional states !

  4. soumyav says:

    Need to come there once at least to try and taste the way you make
    😉

  5. Yum! I’ll have to try that.

  6. ...shabab says:

    As you used all the ingred used to prepare non veg dish I asked my wife to use chicken breast and split almonds instead of tofu. Will be on dinner table tonyte.

  7. johndwm says:

    Yum I havent had anything under concoctions on my site for ages. This will remedy that http://johndwmacdonald.com PS I assume quorn would be another option?

  8. Kristin says:

    I have been wanting to try some Indian recipes and this one looks amazing! So healthy and simple too. Thanks so much for sharing!! 🙂
    Kristin

  9. betunada says:

    in a future life (perhaps later in this)* i will be a vegetarian.
    so good to see blogs/posts such as yours which certainly helps everyone gravitate that way, if not already.

    *sigh. as i’ve (not entirely) joked for years: a meal for my wife is not a meal unless there’s a dad animal on the table. don’t tell her i said that.

  10. Food Porn! Yeah, baby!

    In the pics, it appears as though you used fennel seed, but then I thought perhaps that was included in your garam masala. Did you know that they now sell a garam masala mix at the grocery store? It’s pretty good. If I make this, I will probably add lamb. 😯 and make my own paneer. I’m curious….is it true that different regions in India are headstrong as to how a dish is cooked?

    • VIKRAM ROY says:

      You are right Kellsbellsfrompc, here in India huge varieties in language, food, and culture. Its entirely different food habit between North and Southern people.

  11. Stacey says:

    It looks FABULOUS! (I am going to try it without the butter.) Thank you so much!

  12. I am a vegetarian and I love to cook.i want to become a chef.Is there any catering college in India or anywhere else where I can learn vegetarian catering only?

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