Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Tri Delight

  This is one of those dishes that nobody needs a recipe.  Nevertheless for someone out there who needs an idea for a variation from the regular this one is for you.  I like sauteed vegetables and I try them with different sauces.  Alternatively, to have with rice and curd I like to dig my Indian routes and do something closer  home.  That's when I avoid the sauces and add just chilies and enjoy them.  The following recipe with a variation of veggies and addition of soya bean sauce can very well be a Chinese dish.  This one though  is very comforting and enjoyable with rice, curd and pickle.  Love it!




Ingredients:

Beans - 30 nos
Potato - 2 medium size
Carrots - 2 medium size
Dry Red chili - 5 nos
Garlic - 5 pods
Black pepper - to taste
Salt -  to taste
Oil - 1 Tbspn
Water - 1/3rd cup




Method:
1. Heat oil in a pan and add the crushed garlic and red chili and saute for a minute or two till both express cooked aroma
2. Add in all the vegetables sliced small in equal shapes as much as possible
3. Saute a while and add 1/3 cup of water, salt and on a low flame cook till the potato is done
4. Once the potato is done without breaking them stir and add crushed black pepper if you need the saute to be more fiery to taste



Notes: Serve them with rotis or rice.
2. You could avoid the water and saute in only the oil by stirring.  This takes more time and patience but quite tasty
3. If you are not adding water you might need a little more oil
4. You may also add a shallot and curry leaves when you saute the red chili and garlic. 

Contributor: Sunitha

52 comments:

  1. I am hungry now, love to have this with roti and chhas!!!

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  2. looks very colourful and healthy.

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  3. I do this atleast once in 2 weeks..its like a comfort food for me

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  4. Nice looking stir fry Sunitha, would have tasted awesome with rice, curd and pickle..

    Love
    Kairali sisters

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  5. Nice side dish. Good with any curry.

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  6. Such a simple and colorful curry! yummy!

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  7. Beautiful Clicks and loved the simplicity of the dish.

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  8. I like this kind of side dishes, simple comforting and satisfying. bookmarking this.

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  9. healthy and colorful stir fry..looks yummie!

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  10. Simple yet tasty Stir fry.

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  11. Colourful stir fry looks beautiful..

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  12. Simple n delicious stir fry dear..

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  13. This sounds so refreshing and comforting all at once!

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  14. looks very colorful and healthy.

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  15. Very simply dish, this is a new prep for me. I have never done it this way. Thanks for the idea !!!

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  16. Such a simple and colourful stir fry!

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  17. Sunitha, Thanks for sharing this healthy and colourful dish, looks so good.

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  18. the dish is simple and tasty but your clicks are making it more and more tastier. a wonderful treat to the eyes.

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  19. Ahh I love this simple, comfort food. I do not add water though.... Your's look beautiful

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  20. very simple and delicious one healthy dish..

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  21. Lovely and simple looks very colourful and tasty.

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  22. Very healthy.. and very simple !!!
    great clicks as usual!

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  23. That is so darn easy...will keep it in mind next time im super lazy

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  24. Simple and elegant preparation, love the combo'

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  25. This dish is easy, super tasty & must tastes wonderful too!

    A stunning picture as well!

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  26. simple and delicious fry, great

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  27. Wow!! Looks good and healthy...

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  28. Dear Sunitha
    How are you?
    Still stuck in Hong Kong and out off kitchen :-(
    I like this dish..will try soon...bit tired of eating non vege chinese food ha ha
    Have a nice sunday

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  29. Nice and simple dish packed with flavor!

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  30. Colorful and simple dish, perfect with roti!

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  31. Love such crisp and vibrant stir-fries :D

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  32. such a simple yet tasty dish, and you made it looks really glamourous.

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  33. Wonderful click..looks super yummy!!!

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  34. I like stir fries as they can be ready in a jiffy...nice clicks.

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  35. Very simple to make yet it looks attractive:)

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  36. Love this, nice clicks...making me hungry...Our fav. I do this kind all the time except potatoes & I use green chillies......Veggies in this form some how tastes more tasty........

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  37. Simple and colorful recipe, looks delicious.

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  38. Simple and yummy side dish. Nice recipe... Looks so colorful......

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  39. Your blog is full of great recipes! If you ever want to make a cookbook, I would love to help!
    www.platteproductionspublishing.com

    Sally Ford

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  40. yummy dish... easy to make and nice side for rice or roti

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  41. Nice to be here. Very nice presentation and great clicks. Following you to keep in touch.
    Best wishes.

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  42. Simple yet sumptuous side dish...

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  43. Alla, ithenthu patti...oru updatesum illallo?!Your blog one blog that used to update and post recipes very frequently and now.....why is this going in low pace now?....hope u dint stop blogging....Guys, comeon kick start and post ur next recipe.
    Love,
    shabs.

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  44. all well? dint see any updates, so wanted to drop in and say a hi

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  45. That's a very healthy and simple subzi. Love it...

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