A Touch of Magic: All in one Gravy

Imagine being able to make a recipe without compromising on taste buds and save a lot of extra calories. If you want to lose weight or having cardiac problems such small steps can help in a big way.

A Touch of Magic: All in one Gravy

While fat is an important Macro Nutrient there are many food items from which we easily get the minimum required fat which is needed in our daily diet. So the extra fat used in cooking in form of oils can be avoided completely. An average Indian household uses approx. 20-30 tsp oil per day considering major meals like breakfast, lunch, and dinner. 1 g of fat is 9 calories so just by saving say e.g.  8 tsp of oil consumption per day we can save upto 10000 calories per month of unnecessary intake. So what’s magical? How about making an Indian curry that allows you to make tasty Vegetable Curry recipes, Aloo Masala and what not with great taste & aroma easily? Let’s start.

How to do it?

Presenting you the MAGIC GRAVY one can make almost any Indian style vegetable with it.

  1. Heat the kadhai (preferably a nonstick pan).
  2. Dry roast the jeera (cumin seeds) until it crackles and turns brown.
  3. Add the ground onion in the kadhai (non-stick pan) and keep roasting it. When it starts sticking upon the hot surface, add a small amount of water and keep it stirring.
  4. Add ginger and garlic paste (according to your taste/wish )
  5. Roast the Onion, Ginger, and Garlic till it turns brown. (Note: Do not add more water at a time as it gives food a boiled taste.)
  6. Then add tomato paste in the kadhai and roast it with little amount of water.
  7. Roast till the water bubbles start forming.
  8. Add turmeric powder and cook for some time (As turmeric takes time in cooking).
  9. Finally add all the masalas/spices like salt, red chilli powder, coriander powder according to taste.
  10. Now, zero oil masala is ready.
  11. If you want to make vegetables – add freshly chopped vegetables, if you wish to cook dal – add boiled dal or soaked dal, one can add paneer or even eggs or meat, and Cook as required.
  12. Add garam masala ( a combination of cloves, mace, nutmeg, black cardamom, red chillies)
  13. Garnish it with finely chopped coriander leaves.

You can make this simple vegetable curry any time for a healthy and delicious dinner. Of course, you'll be able to add or exclude veggies as per your choice but this tempting vegetable combination works magic single time. With some basic ingredients and spices, it is healthier & gentle on stomach.

Indian food particularly curry based is known for extraordinary flavours and divine taste. Indian food is delicious and as well enticing not to give an attempt. Best of all you can cook the same exotic taste in your own kitchen. Moreover, not all Indian flavours are hot and spicy; a few of them are aromaticand gently sweet.

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