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Pumpkin Masala

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Garam Masala originated from northern India as well as being named as masala curry or masala curry powder. Similar to several regional seasoning varieties worldwide the specific ingredients in Garam Masala may vary according to region,

 

Garam masala is a mixture of almost all of the spices available. The garam masala can be dried, roasted, powdered and stored. Many of the tasty recipes ranging from kurma to vegetable side... Read More..

About Recipe

Gummadi kayi koora, Purangikkai Kuzhambu, Kumra torkari

How to make Pumpkin Masala

(21 ratings)
115 reviews so far
Prep time
20 mins
Cook time
25 mins
Total time
45 mins
Pumpkin Masala
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Pumpkin
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : September 03, 2017


Ingredients used in Pumpkin Masala
• Water - as required.
• Sugar - half tea spoon.
• Basen - 2 tablespoons.
• Chilli powder - 1 tea spoon.
• Coriander powder - half cup.
• Ginger garlic paste - 1 tea spoon.
• Curry leaves - 10 number.
• Turmeric - pinch.
• Salt - to taste.
• Onion (chopped) - 1 number.
• Cashewnuts - 10 number.
• Cumin seeds - half tea spoon.
• Mustard seeds - half tea spoon.
• Oil - as required.
• Pumpkin - 500 grams.
• Coriander leaves (chopped) - half cup.
Method:
  • Take a pan add oil, mustardseeds,cumin seeds,cashewnuts,oinion chopped mix well then add salt, turmeric,curry leaves,ginger garlic paste, mix and cook for 2minutes.
  • Then add pumpkin pieces,coriander powder,chilli powder, sugar, add little water saute it, close it with a lid and cook till pumpkin is tender.
  • Now in another pan add oil, then basen roast till golden colour.Now add roasted basen to pumpkin curry and cook for 2 or 3 minutes then finely add chopped coriander leaves chopped.





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Garam Masala originated from northern India as well as being named as masala curry or masala curry powder. Similar to several regional seasoning varieties worldwide the specific ingredients in Garam Masala may vary according to region,

 

Garam masala is a mixture of almost all of the spices available. The garam masala can be dried, roasted, powdered and stored. Many of the tasty recipes ranging from kurma to vegetable side dishes as well as some subzis will receive a hot and spicy flavor each time a tsp of garam masala is added at the end. Usually garam masala is not used as the key ingredient, it is actually used to improve the taste.

 

This is the spicy and warming spice combination, and used in numerous types of meats and veggie dishes. It's always best to be added at the end of cooking, sprinkled sparingly, as not to overwhelm the dish.

 

Method to prepare:

 Garam masala has peppercorns (black & white), bay leaf, cinnamon, cardamom (black & green), cloves and sometimes star anise also.

All these are pan broiled and ground collectively to make garam masala.

 

Advantages of Garam Masala:

 The name literally indicates “hot or warm spices” which isn't to state that Garam Masala is necessarily hot or spicy.  It is known that the spices used to make Garam Masala make the body warm.  There is also medicinal along with digestive benefits.

 

Garam Masala is a wonderful anti-ageing ingredient because it contains powerful ingredients such as cinnamon, pepper, fennel etc., which are referred to as miracle elements with a lot of benefits. Increase the years to your life with Garam Masala.

 

No Garam Masala is actually complete without cloves, which has been helpful to fight several health diseases. Cloves are a wonderful way to obtain antioxidants, calcium, vitamins, and omega 6 fatty acids. These are efficient at reducing tooth ache and tooth cavity and therefore have been used globally. Also, they help you create a healthy immune method by eliminating toxins out of your body.



 

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soni angela Posted on Sun May 01 2011

good one!!

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soni angela Posted on Sun May 01 2011

good one!!

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mimi moffat Posted on Mon May 16 2011

my favorite dish, minus the nuts

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knubbka Posted on Mon Jun 27 2011

looks really tasty :)

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debbieradhika Posted on Tue Jul 05 2011

Thnx chef : )

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EvilMoof Posted on Fri Aug 26 2011

Looks great, gonna try it this evening Thanks!

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metintw Posted on Thu Oct 13 2011

i tried,,its really yummy

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J Anderson Posted on Mon Oct 24 2011

This looks delicious! I love pumpkin.

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TheWeeChef Posted on Wed Oct 26 2011

love pumpkin recipes! thnx

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Mark Baldwin Posted on Thu Oct 27 2011

I have made this dish at least a dozen times and it's always a showstopper. I like to add kasoori methi if I don't have curry leaves on hand. It's also good with a little coconut.

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the3leo Posted on Tue Nov 08 2011

Cashew is added to make it premium and justify the menu price for this poor dish???

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TheSugarplum770 Posted on Sun Nov 20 2011

@the3leo I think cashews add a nice crunch to the dish.

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